Plus: Lee’s Liquor Lounge to close in May; Ellison warns of for-profit health plans in Minnesota; Suburban, Green and White Taxi close; and more.
Plus: Klobuchar sidesteps impeachment question at CNN Town Hall; Court of Appeals overturns ruling on DNR’s role in management of White Bear Lake; Minnesota High School League says boys can compete on dance teams; and more.
Plus: class action suit challenges UnitedHealth’s behavioral care standards; NiceRide bikes return to Minneapolis streets; Klobuchar’s case for electability; and more.
Plus: more than 1,000 trees to be cleared for Southwest LRT project; Klobuchar votes for Trump’s judicial nominees more often than other presidential candidates; Army Corps of Engineers delays plans to dispose of three Mississippi River lock-and-dam sites; and more.
Also: activist Abby Honold’s new role in the Walz administration; the state of Prince’s estate; the U of M lowers season ticket prices; and more.
Plus: U of M researcher identifies virus associated with sudden paralysis in children; Longtime FOX 9 anchor Jeff Passolt announces retirement; Klobuchar criticizes Barr’s rollout of Mueller report; and more.
Also: Gov. Walz calls for for private and public partnerships in Duluth speech; immigration to Minnesota down; Omar profile; and more.
Plus: Klobuchar to hold Fox News town hall in Wisconsin; Keillor’s Common Good Books has a new owner, name; wild turkey crashes through windshield of SUV on I-94; and more.
Also: racial and income gaps in Minnesota medical care; Patterson refuses to cooperate in Closs presentence investigation; Lakeland city government contretemps; and more.
Plus: Secretary of State Simon vows to take voter data case to state Supreme Court; Walz asks Trump for federal disaster relief funds; U of M student files lawsuit against billionaire Richard Liu; and more.
Plus: Minnesota nonprofit wages are up; Duluth Mayor Emily Larson seeks more affordable housing; protesters greet Jeff Sessions at U of M; and more.
Plus: Trump escalates attacks on Omar; Minneapolis Police Chief Arradondo testifies at Noor trial; prosecutors say man accused of injuring boy at Mall of America wanted to kill an adult; and more.
Plus: Klobuchar releases taxes, encourages Trump to do the same; Reps. Angie Craig and Pete Stauber collaborate on legislation; still 400 Minnesota homes without power; and more.
Plus: Trump returns to Minnesota today; more than $500k raised for boy thrown from Mall of America balcony; report says TCF made more than $620,000 in card fees from University of Minnesota students last year; and more.
Also: Teens help craft bill introduced in the Legislature; Minneapolis’ 4th Precinct has a new commander; Hormel’s “natural” products; and more.
Plus: governor to sign ‘hands-free’ bill; UMD men’s hockey team back in NCAA championship game; NY Post slammed over Omar cover; and more.
Also: Former Rep. Mark Kennedy’s voting record comes back to haunt him; an uptick in tax filing extensions this year; Omar on Colbert; and more.
Plus: more rain, sleet and snow expected in Twin Cities; bodies found at Lake Minnetonka home identified as Irwin and Alexandra Jacobs; legislative auditor says state lacks adequate controls over child-care assistance program; and more.
Also: MSP airlines issue travel waivers for the storm; Northrop King Building art studios being burgled; U of M students paying substantial account fees to TCF; and more.
Plus: ‘potentially historic’ snowstorm still on track to hit Minnesota; attorney says Noor fired weapon to protect partner; data breach at Minnesota Department of Human Services exposed personal information of 11,000 people; and more.