Plus: more federal medical teams coming to Minnesota; Alaska Airlines suspends MSP-PDX flight; opioid crisis worsens; and more.
Plus: Minnesota distributing KN95 masks; U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee floats Minnesota judge as candidate for Supreme Court vacancy; Anton Lazzaro seeks dismissal of case against him; and more.
Plus: Vikings hire Kwesi Adofo-Mesah as general manager; man accused of stealing Metro Mobility bus; and more.
Plus: Anoka-Hennepin schools to use building-level masking policies; U ivermectin trial nearing completion; WCCO’s Liz Collin leaving the station; and more.
Plus: the Feeding Our Future scandal, explained; man killed in Cedar-Riverside shooting identified; wages for Fargo fast food workers higher than for substitute teachers; and more.
Plus: Louie Anderson dies; MDH announces COVID-19 reporting backlog; fire at encampment near Target Field; and more.
Plus: MDH Infectious Disease Director Kris Ehresman to retire; Minnesota unemployment rate drops; Minneapolis teachers union board OKs strike-authorization vote; and more.
Plus: St. Louis Park enacts mask mandate; St. Cloud “Boogaloo Bois” member sentenced to two years; Klobuchar warns of consequences for Russia in potential Ukraine invasion; and more.
Plus: Walz makes bonding proposal; classes canceled at Holy Angels after bomb threat; Rochester man gets 10-year sentence in Lake St. pawn shop arson; and more.
Plus: a Q&A with Mayor Jacob Frey; Minnesota gets $60 million from feds for bridge repair; St. Cloud teacher Ayan Omar to head district’s equity services; and more.
Plus: Minnesota positivity rate tops 20 percent; teachers talk about working through the omicron wave; Thomson Reuters weighing sale of part of its Eagan campus; and more.
Plus: state trial of officers involved in George Floyd killing postponed; MPS reaches contract deal with school bus drivers; Rep. Paul Marquart won’t seek re-election; and more.
Plus: Minnesota COVID-19 positivity rate tops 19 percent; company proposing northeast Minnesota Tamarack mine says it has deal with Tesla for nickel; Minneapolis carjackings, mapped; and more.
Plus: Minnesota COVID-19 positivity rate hits 16.6 percent; Stauber touts federal airport funding that he voted against; former Seaway Hotel in Duluth ablaze; and more.
Plus: hospitals urge Minnesotans not to use ER for COVID tests; St. Paul schools consider dropping contact tracing; MN POST board investigating Sheriff Hutchinson DWI; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis plow drivers agree to contract, avoid strike; St. Paul considers toughening laws on catalytic converter possession; school bus driver shortage continues in Twin Cities; and more.
Plus: St. Paul city council to meet in person for first time since start of pandemic; trash pickup delayed in some Twin Cities communities due to COVID-19 caused driver shortage; Robbinsdale and Plymouth declare snow emergencies; and more.
Plus: nearly 500 people killed in Minnesota traffic in 2021; Edina High goes remote after pipes burst; thieves stealing wires from St. Paul street lights; and more.
Plus: autopsies conducted under Maryland medical examiner who testified in Chauvin defense under review; Frey sworn in for second term as Minneapolis mayor; more flights canceled at MSP; and more.
Plus: Ramsey County judge temporarily blocks St. Paul city employee vaccine mandate; Medtronic settles with South Dakota in neurosurgeon kickback case; multiple crashes on I-94 in western Wisconsin; and more.