Plus: Sartell-St. Stephen school district scraps equity audit; court-appointed lawyers for low-income parents in Minnesota now required; $100 to get vaccinated begins; Target to offer its workers free undergraduate and associate degree programs; and more.
Plus: State Fair considering indoor mask requirement; efforts to preserve Somali language in Minnesota; recreational businesses hurt by drought; and more.
Plus: Future of former Roof Depot in East Phillips neighborhood considered; Minnesota-based dairy’s role in pumping from aquifers questioned; assisted living licensing begins in Minnesota; and more.
Plus: MyPillow pulls ads from Fox; Sunisa Lee looking forward to college in the fall; being a person of color in small-town Midwest; and more.
Plus: implementation of law requiring climate change impacts in environmental reviews delayed; Minnesotans celebrate Sunisa Lee gold medal at Olympics; west metro police departments warn of increased auto theft; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis peace activist K.G. Wilson plans to leave the city; air pollution disproportionately affecting BIPOC communities; stalker arrested after sending SUV hurtling toward Cold Spring family’s home; Wild sign Minnesota native Alex Goligoski; and more.
Plus: Rochester man pleads guilty to arson in fire at Minneapolis pawn shop; Mayo will require workers to get vaccinated; understanding Lake Superior algal blooms; and more.
Plus: motorist drives on Capitol lawn during press conference; a California family’s story of moving to Duluth to escape climate change; Minneapolis launches mobile behavioral health crisis response teams; and more.
Plus: portions of Boundary Waters closed due to fire threat; man charged with setting dumpster fire in Uptown; and more.
Plus: Minnesota blocks public funding of “conversion therapy”; Walz calls for grazing on conservation lands amid drought; Minneapolis barber shop doubles as vaccination clinic; and more.