Plus: police complete Richard Liu sexual assault investigation; scholarship will cover tuition for all students at new St. Thomas college; Minneapolis CARAG neighborhood renames itself South Uptown; and more.
Plus: state Supreme Court clears way for sex offender’s release; Garrison Keillor selling St. Paul home; BCA turns over investigation of William James Hughes shooting by St. Paul Police to Ramsey County attorney’s office; Delta raises checked-bag fees; and more.
Plus: Metro Transit rolls out apprenticeship program; Mille Lacs County and Mille Lacs tribal police reach an agreement; UMPD officers to carry Narcan; and more.
Plus: poll says 56 percent of Minnesota voters support legalization of recreational marijuana; Judge orders 14-month-old baby returned to mother after four-month separation; Minnesota state senator criticized for comments about Kavanaugh accusations; and more.
Plus: Ellison domestic-abuse investigation ongoing; McNally Smith building sold to megachurch; Minnesota companies bump up benefits in tight labor market; and more.
Plus: third case of measles confirmed in Minnesota; groups rally over minimum wage in St. Paul; U of M professor convicted of cheating wife out of share of retirement savings; and more.
Plus: A St. Paul home-inspection horror story; former Hopkins mayoral candidate convicted for threatening federal judge; as Duluth bald eagle populations recover, goshawk numbers plummet; and more.
Plus: only ham radio store in Minnesota to close; northern Minnesota sees record high temps; Minneapolis mayor says timeline for clearing homeless encampment may have to be pushed back; and more.
Plus: Mayo to launch health insurance venture; bumper year for acorns; Target under fire for censoring book descriptions; and more.
Plus: the race that will break the tie in the Minnesota Senate; ranking Jucy Lucys; last Rainbow store to close Monday; and more.
Plus: Met Council working to clean up stench along Mississippi; Target prepares for hurricane Florence landfall; Target plans to hire 120,000 for holidays; and more.
Plus: number of Minnesotans without health insurance grows; Aer Lingus to add nonstop route from Dublin to MSP; Twins’ Joe Mauer to consider retiring; and more.
Also: Minneapolis restaurants turn to the ballot to serve hard liquor; wetlands projects to keep St. Paul drinking water pure; the pitfalls of TIF loans; and more.
Plus: a banner year for fall color in Minnesota; First Avenue buys The Fine Line; Bayport-based Andersen Corp. to build factory complex in Arizona; and more.
Plus: 9/11 memorials in Minnesota; the Stauber email imbroglio; Andrew Zimmern profile; and more.
Plus: Democratic-leaning group launches ad campaign against GOP guv candidate Jeff Johnson; Scott Walker faces tough re-election battle in Wisconsin; U.S. Bank debuts small-dollar loan program; and more.
In other news: Stillwater plans a rebrand; state to tap Real ID funds in MNLARS fix; opposition to wind turbines in southwest Minnesota; and more.
Plus: voter registration surges among young adults in Minnesota; secretary of state candidate, campaign manager injured in parade accident; St. Paul faces backlog of nearly 59,000 construction permits; and more.
Plus: U of MN Regents unaware of search firm’s problem history; former Suburban World Theatre in Uptown Minneapolis to be redeveloped as music venue; Farmington band stages anti-Trump halftime show; and more.
Plus: HyVee plans further Twin Cities expansion; Rochester called Minnesota’s best college town; Wisconsin meth bust frees 1,300 animals from suspected dog and cockfighting operation; and more.