Plus: future of MSP airport may hinge on what happens in Washington this week; Wisconsin sets new record for daily COVID cases; Twins lock up home-field advantage for first round of MLB playoffs; and more.
Plus: South Minneapolis residents concerned about crime; NPR podcast covers Minnesota’s Dorr brothers; Penumbra Theatre receives huge grant from Ford Foundation; Rep. Omar in the Washington Post, Lizzo in Vogue; and more.
Plus: St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter reacts to the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case; employees at The Current and Classical MPR intend to form a union; gun permits rise sharply; First Avenue gets a new star; and more.
Plus: Minnesota suburban women don’t respond well to Trump’s messaging; MPR Classical host Garrett McQueen discusses firing; St. Paul chef reunited with priceless knives; and more.
Plus: Health providers suffer data breach; Clay County sheriff doesn’t want the Floyd trials in Moorhead; CAIR-MN sues Chisago Lakes School District over bullying; Maya Moore marries Jonathan Irons; and more.
Plus: the former Minneapolis Sheraton’s cop-free zone; Minnesota firefighters headed west to combat wildfires; Philando Castile memorial vandalized; and more.
Plus: search continues for missing plane out of St. Paul; Republicans’ efforts to win the Minnesota Senate race; history of harassment and attacks against Bloomington’s Dar al Farooq mosque; and more.
Plus: protesters stage die-in outside George Floyd case hearing; plan unveiled for addressing east metro water pollution; social network founded by MN GOP Senate candidate featured pro-Hitler posts; and more.
Plus: Chauvin’s lawyer requests a separate trial; surge of robberies at Twin Cities small businesses and restaurants; Politico interviews Gov. Walz; Minnesota man has record-setting mohawk; and more.
Plus: Somali community leader carjacked in Seward Co-op parking lot; Chauvin has court appearance on tax charges; renovated barn owners object to sprinkler rules; and more.