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.
Plus: Minneapolis parks superintendent speaks about homeless encampments; Minneapolis police officers share “#MplsRiot2020” challenge coins; St. Paul mayor signs order establishing guaranteed income pilot program; and more.
Plus: Steelworker union leaders respond to Iron Range mayors endorsing Trump; Vikings’ QB Kirk Cousins’ coronavirus comments; the Nimrod Bull Bash is a go; Surly beer hall and Butcher & the Boar close; the Lynx make the playoffs again; and more.
Plus: POLITICO on Minnesota’s tight presidential race; new home permits decline in Minnesota; few triplexes built in Minneapolis despite zoning change; and more.
Plus: could Minnesota go for Trump?; why activists are trying to recall Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman; seeking change at the Hmong Chamber of Commerce; and more.
Plus: 49 arrested overnight in Minneapolis for curfew violations; no curfew expected Friday; circumstances of parking garage homicide that set off rioting murky; state increasing scrutiny of bars and restaurants over COVID-19 rule violations; and more.
Plus: restored prairie’s future in doubt after mining bankruptcy; long-haul flights not likely to return to MSP for a long time; and more.
Plus: U of M students must accept agreement before receiving course materials; former Gov. Mark Dayton recovering from a fall in his home; the guns of Afton; Izzy’s closing its Minneapolis scoop shop; Mississippi Headwaters shoreline restoration project; and more.
Plus: Pence to visit Duluth Friday; Minneapolis’ Black Visions collective; Jeremiah Ellison profile; and more.
Plus: St. Paul man indicted in $840k fraud; Minneapolis bars businesses from installing security shutters; Minneapolis protest art; and more.
Plus: Tattersall Distillery employees vote for union; Seward Co-op union ratifies contract with $15 per hour wage; CAIR-MN calls for Bob Kroll resignation; and more.
Plus: George Floyd mural vandalized; Minneapolis sued over policing levels; St. Paul schools to close for Election Day; and more.
Plus: Mankato immigrants respond to Trump’s speech; the Timberwolves take part in a COVID-19 research project; Minneapolis park commissioner laments the handling of homeless encampments; and more.