Plus: Omar seeks to clarify ban on hats on U.S. House floor to allow for religious headwear; Congress moves to remove federal protections from gray wolves; Domino’s offers Duluth $5,000 for pothole repairs; and more.
Plus: cost to heat homes in Minnesota and Wisconsin may go up this winter; deer carcasses found on cars in St. Cloud; gathering marks third anniversary of shooting death of Jamar Clark; and more.
Plus: allegations of improper hiring of consultant by Minneapolis Park Board; newly elected legislator proposes ban on gay-conversion therapy; Minnesota employment rate steady; and more.
Plus: Gov. Mark Dayton remains at Mayo Clinic; hate crimes in Minnesota up 22 percent; St. Paul city council approves a $15 per hour citywide minimum wage; and more.
Plus: Student votes surged on Nov. 6; how Dot’s Pretzels became a thing; Minnesota enviros sue to keep gray wolf protections; and more.
Plus: Stanek now says he wants to look at voter data in Hennepin County sheriff’s race; Maplewood City Council seat decided by a coin toss; Twins renovating plaza outside Target Field; and more.
Plus: St. Paul’s only red precinct; Richard Liu rape case shines spotlight on lucrative U program; Hutch victory in Hennepin County Sheriff race certified; and more.
Plus: U of M moves to dismiss lawsuit filed by nine Gopher football players; authorities investigating apparent hunting-related death of former Minnesota police chief; Bibelot founder to close shops if buyer can’t be found; and more.
Plus: Dinkytown coffee shop gets legal pushback over plans for CBD-infused drinks; St. Paul trash hauler institutes quick late fees; final ‘Sampler’ CD after 30 years; and more.
Plus: U of M prof sentenced for falsifying retirement savings to cheat ex-wife; Farmington write-in candidate gets elected to city council; Great Waters Brewing shutting down; and more.
Plus: Ilhan Omar interviewed on The View; 3M’s groundwater pollution; deadly season on the Great Lakes; and more.
Plus: Melissa Hortman elected Speaker of the Minnesota House; snow causes major traffic problems across the state; Ricky Rubio’s North Loop penthouse goes on the market; and more.
Plus: Fletcher proposes sheriff substation for basement of St. Paul restaurant; Minnesota nonprofits provide alternative to payday lending; ten Minnesota Election-Day firsts; and more.
Plus: plan for downtown Minneapolis project now includes 35-story tower; former U of M ticketing director charged over ticket scheme; St. Paul City Council gets an earful about $15 minimum wage; and more.
Plus: Minnesota see near-record voter turnout; slick metro roads lead to crashes, spinouts; North Dakota rejects recreational cannabis; and more
Plus: shortfall of whitetails on opening weekend of Minnesota’s deer season; vehicular homicide charges for Wisconsin man accused of crashing truck into Girl Scouts; how chipped pets can help drug addicts; and more.
Plus: St. Paul church moves nearer to historical designation; soybean sales to China disappear; tiny houses proposed for poor and homeless; and more.
Plus: about 60 candidates apply to be U of M president; former Vikings player Shariff Floyd to file $180 million lawsuit over surgery; St. Paul’s Peoples Electric closes; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Republicans optimistic for Tuesday; how the Closs murders and kidnapping have shaken Barron, Wisconsin; Garrison Keillor performs in Twin Cities; and more.
Plus: hundreds gather to remember victims of hit-and-run crash in western Wisconsin; Gopher football coach P.J. Fleck fires defensive coordinator Robb Smith; MnDOT looking for volunteers to help address safety and congestion on Hwy. 65; and more.