Plus: New York Times details story of family from India who died near northern MN border; gas station workers plagued by Biden stickers; Don Samuels deletes a tweet; and more.
Plus: St. Paul officials working in skyway to deter unwanted behavior; Minnesota Epilepsy Group workers strike; wheat farmers in Minnesota see higher prices but also rising costs from Russian invasion of Ukraine; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis School Board Chair Kim Ellison on state of negotiations; Cargill says it’s scaling back operations in Russia; Mall of America blocks release of parking traffic data; and more.
Plus: Omar votes against Russian oil ban; former Hormel CEO enters First District race; legislator proposes switching Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day; and more.
Plus: Minnesota National Guard leaves final Minnesota nursing home; Twin Cities suburban police deploying GPS-launchers to track stolen cars; fire at Church of the Incarnation in south Minneapolis.
Plus: Minneapolis City Council to receive report on city’s response to unrest in wake of murder of George Floyd; Twin Cities air pollution down; Dave Kansas leaving APM; and more.
Plus: St. Cloud man sentenced for requesting absentee ballot despite being ineligible to vote; Osterholm group to release COVID-19 roadmap; Dakota County sheriff won’t seek re-election; and more.
Plus: number of permits for new home construction down in Minnesota last month; average price of used cars in Minneapolis up; DFL Rep. Mike Sundin won’t seek re-election; and more.
Plus: Ellison wants court supervision of Feeding Our Future dissolution; Duluth Rep. Jen Schultz won’t seek re-election; Eagle Brook Church cancels plan for Minnetonka facility; and more.
Plus: Biden speaking at University of Wisconsin-Superior; state pet board proposed; South Minneapolis woman who shot and killed man in back yard claims self defense; and more.
Plus: Ramsey County lifts mask mandate for government buildings; St. Thomas president leaving for Santa Clara University; artist Jim Denomie dies; and more.
Plus: former Pioneer Press reporter and Kyiv resident talks about situation in Ukraine; Minnesota public school enrollment down; many Minneapolis police selected as field trainers had previous records of discipline; and more.
Plus: Justice Dept. sues UnitedHealth Group to block planned acquisition; Sen. John Marty wants Line 3 drilling fluid data from Enbridge; House considers bills banning PFAS in cosmetics, ski wax; and more.
Plus: Target drops mask rules; omicron subvariant detected in Twin Cities wastewater; attorney general’s office won’t challenge Potter sentence; and more.
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Plus: Walz officially calls for special election in First Congressional District; Royce White seeks GOP nomination in Fifth Congressional District; St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter delivers “State of the City” speech; and more.
Plus: multiple people shot outside St. Paul funeral home; Minneapolis schools food-service workers plan strike-authorization vote; most Minneapolis carjackings unsolved; and more.
Plus: trains derail near Frazee; apartment complex planned for Uptown Minneapolis; highways in west-central Minnesota closed due to whiteout conditions; and more.
Plus: COVID-19 test-positivity rate below ten percent; Rep. Bob Dettmer won’t seek re-election; men’s curling team loses to Great Britain, will play in bronze-medal match; and more.
Plus: why Minnesota hospitals were overwhelmed by latest COVID-19 surge; MPCA employee’s whistleblower lawsuit; schools receive grants for school bus stop-arm cameras; and more.