Plus: Minnesota’s new congressional and legislative maps released; two new candidates for Hennepin County sheriff; Richard Painter may run for attorney general; and more.
Plus: Mayo stops scheduling appointments for patients with certain out-of-network Medicare Advantage plans; Don Samuels weighing run against Ilhan Omar; medical examiner determines man in Meeker County shootout died of self-inflicted gunshot wound; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis council member calls for Frey resignation in Teen Vogue; downtown Minneapolis’ population increased; Twin Cities Starbucks workers move to unionize; and more.
Plus: search warrant in raid that killed Amir Locke unsealed; Suki Dardarian named editor of Star Tribune; confusion over St. Paul rent control ordinance; and more.
Plus: U unveils new coronavirus wastewater monitoring dashboard; Menards fined by OSHA over employee forklift death; WCCO’s Mike Max says downtown Minneapolis “sucks” and more.
Plus: teenager who was target of raid in which police killed Locke arrested in Winona; U of M to drop vaccine requirement for events; St. Paul may drop indoor dining vaccine requirement by end of week; and more.
Plus: cracks found in walls and ceilings of condo building located near Southwest light rail construction site; Dr. Jill Biden to visit University of Minnesota Wednesday; Jahmari Rice funeral planned; and more.
Plus: AG Ellison to assist in review of Locke case; Locke’s parents speak out; two charged in shooting at Richfield school; and more.
Plus: Fed’s Kashkari not worried about inflation; Eden Prairie parents sue Missouri fraternity over hazing incident; Highway 12 near Murdock briefly closed due to beets; and more.
Plus: Hennepin sheriff Hutchinson won’t seek re-election; Richfield police say student dispute preceded shooting at school; federal trial of Minneapolis ex-cops delayed by positive COVID-19 test; and more.
Plus: police and feds respond to shooting at Richfield school; Jacob Frey profiled in Vogue; Lowry Hill neighbors raising money to buy more policing; and more.
Plus: parent sues ROCORI schools over racist bullying; Mapping Prejudice project wins major grant; school bus driver who hit and killed woman sentenced to three years; and more.
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.