Plus: Legislature blows self-imposed deadline on ‘global’ budget numbers; poll finds partisan divide on vaccines in Minnesota; sales of fishing licenses booming; and more.
Plus: how small towns pay for police misconduct settlements; social media outrage over Elk River educator’s riot comments; UMD administrator called student newspaper “Ministry of Propaganda”; and more.
Plus: FAA proposes $9,000 fine for woman who wanted to get off flight from Minneapolis to Philadelphia; ousted U regent speaks out; St. Paul chef fights false Facebook rumors; and more.
Plus: The DNC doing oppo research on Mike Lindell for 2024; Inver Grove Heights 17-year-old golfer in the U.S. Women’s Open; petition delivered by think tank to return Columbus statue to the Captiol; the fate of Spirit Mountain; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey on police reform; Best Buy launches membership program; St. Louis County to declare “Year of Dylan”; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis 10-year-old in critical condition after being shot while sleeping; Minneapolis Mayor Frey apologizes to Coon Rapids woman whose home was mistakenly raided at the request of Minneapolis police; judge rejects attempt by priest of whites-only church in west-central Minnesota to silence critic; and more.
Plus: Stillwater students walk out in support of police; Anoka SWAT team executed no-knock warrant at wrong address; U forming task force to look in to faculty abuse of grad students; and more.
Plus: man accused of vandalizing mosque says it was a joke; school districts face COVID-driven budget crunch; MyPillow guy to launch social network at Corn Palace in South Dakota; and more.
Plus: Rep. Omar reintroduces policing bills in the U.S. House; Gayle King interviews “Juror 52”; Big Lake student uses racism to ask a girl to prom; student association calls for UMPD chief’s resignation; bear sightings in Woodbury; and more.
Plus: Stillwater corrections officer on leave after protester confrontation; Asian earthworms invade Minnesota; Surly to reopen in stages; Sun Country adds flights; Mayo builds research center in downtown Rochester; and more.
Plus: on rural vaccine hesitancy; student fires gun at Plymouth Middle School, no injuries; downtown Minneapolis security measures winding down; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Park Board ends agreement sharing space with State Patrol; how Ellison managed the Chauvin prosecution; Daunte Wright’s funeral; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey comments on the Chauvin verdicts; Bloomington bans conversion therapy; fans head to Paisley Park five years after the death of Prince; Wisconsin man identified as carjacking suspect; and more.
Plus: Biden prayed for “right verdict”; Twins owners release statement decrying killing of George Floyd, Daunte Wright; and more.
Plus: Facebook designates Minneapolis a high-risk location; Biden to deliver remarks following verdict in Chauvin case; Minnesota students walk out to protest the killing of Daunte Wright; and more.