Plus: St. Paul Mayor Carter calls for more guaranteed income experiments; COVID-19 aid slow to flow to Minneapolis health department; Minneapolis Fifth Precinct vandalized during Saturday protest; and more.
Plus: 100 Minneapolis police officers expected to leave department by end of year; Minnesota home prices continue to climb; Osseo teachers protest reopening plan; and more.
Plus: protest planned in support of bull-riding event; Trump to visit Minnesota next week; water route only one available to Minnesota’s Lake of the Woods islands; and more.
Plus: Myron Frans leaving Walz administration; a timeline of events that led to the burning of the Third Precinct; a different kind of college pledge; and more.
In Minneapolis, Jamal Osman leads in first-place votes for the Ward 6 council seat, while general election contests are also set for three open seats on the Hennepin County Board.
Plus: well-known Twin Cities Catholic composer accused of sexual misconduct; HUD grants funds to Minnesota for pandemic-related housing; video shows drivers doing donuts, burnouts in downtown Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: St. Cloud police try innovative community outpost project; Wisconsin dairy farmers souring on Trump; and more.
Plus: Walz hears teacher concerns after press-conference interruption; man assaulted on way to mosque in Bloomington; class-action suit filed against Minneapolis for protest response; Minnesota’s new teacher of the year; and more.
Plus: 30 sick with COVID-19 after attending funeral in Lake Park; home deconstructions on the rise in the Twin Cities; Voyageurs Park pleads with visitors not to leave trash; and more.
Plus: State statute keeps buildings damaged during protests from being demolished; Rep. Emmer wants you to #ThankACop; Cup Foods reopens; Valleyfair does not; and more.
Plus: north Minneapolitans talk to New York Times about reducing the city’s police force; Council President Lisa Bender’s front yard vandalized; fire damages St. Paul hotel under construction; and more.
Plus: model for community-based policing in Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center; Target launches educational partnership with Summit Academy; Duluth private schools plan for in-person classes; and more.
Plus: rains damage crops in northwest Minnesota; more people needing rescue in Boundary Waters; manufacturers complain about mask requirements; and more.
Plus: Best Buy stores staying closed on Thanksgiving; meet Hennepin County’s first chief judge of color; Mayo Clinic’s accused bully no longer an employee; Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Sheila E. are Emmy nominees; and more.