Plus: More details on investigation into Dunn County quadruple homicide; Hagedorn claims wife Carnahan was victim of “cancel culture”; early voting underway in Minneapolis; and more.
The Glean offers two daily helpings of the latest news, information and opinion of interest to Minnesotans: a morning roundup of the latest must-read stories, and a late-afternoon look at the day’s developments.
Plus: voting begins in Minneapolis city elections; 18-year-old man charged in shooting death of 12-year-old London Bean; Enbridge ordered to pay up to $3.3 million for breaching aquifer during Line 3 construction; and more.
Plus: Supreme Court rules against changes to Minnesota pardon system; Chauvin pleads not guilty in civil rights case related to arrest of 14-year-old; Justice Department to consider racial discrimination policies when making grants to law enforcement agencies; and more.
Plus: Rep. John Thompson to serve in the Legislature as an independent; St. Paul City Council approves approves mayor’s proposed maximum property tax levy; FBI assisting local authorities in murder of four Minnesotans found in western Wisconsin; and more.
Plus: Supreme Court will hear case on Minneapolis public safety ballot question; judge says he lacks power to compel governor to impose statewide school mask mandate; Minnesota launches vaccination records app; and more.
Plus: Ramsey County judge denies bid to force mask mandate in all Minnesota schools; Minneapolis Public School board approves vaccine mandate for employees; state House DFL votes to expel Rep. John Thompson from caucus; and more.
Plus: crime down in downtown St. Paul; Minneapolis cops adopted hands-off approach to policing after death of George Floyd; Al Franken keeping options open for future political run; and more.
Plus: four former Minneapolis police officers to be arraigned in federal court Tuesday; militia leader gets 53 years in prison for role in Bloomington mosque bombing; Minnesota Senate DFLers elect Sen. Melisa López Franzen as new minority leader; and more.
Plus: St. Paul firefighters want to embed social workers with first responders; 46,000 Minnesotans age 12-17 vaccinated in weeks before school start; St. Paul city attorney asks state to suspend Rep. John Thompson’s driving privileges; and more.
Plus: employees of shuttered produce wholesalers accuse new owners of stealing wages, retirement money; driver shortage leads to Metro Transit light rail delays; men accused of triple homicide in western Wisconsin plead not guilty; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis on pace to surpass number of killings during ‘Murderapolis’ years; St. Paul Police step up patrols at synagogues and Jewish community centers; Vikings Hall of Famer Mick Tingelhoff dies; and more.
Plus: prominent Twin Cities synagogue closes after threat; Hennepin County spending $20 million on new and expanding mental health services; officials celebrate completion of I-35W construction project in Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: parent storms into Richfield elementary school, complains about masks; dozens arrested at Line 3 protest near Bagley; man who drove car into Uptown protest, killing one, found competent to stand trial; and more.
Plus: Ramsey County judge skeptical of call for school mask mandates; Bloomington moves forward on plans to create $260 million water park; Avett Brothers bow out of Basilica Block Party; and more.
Plus: St. Paul schools affected by bus driver shortage; breweries collaborate on sexual consent awareness project; electical malfuncition leads to lockdown at Chanhassen High; and more.
Plus: 12-year-old boy dies following shooting in Minneapolis; Minnesota Senate Republicans elect Jeremy Miller as majority leader; Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular back at the Minnesota Zoo; and more.
Plus: Walz laments patchwork of school masking regulations; Ramsey County attorney will no longer prosecute felony cases stemming from stops for minor traffic violations; and more.
Plus: toddler’s body recovered in Edina; Gazelka to announce run for governor; Minnesota State Fair records lowest attendance numbers in 44 years; and more
Plus: GOP donor Anton Lazzaro hit with federal lawsuit; judge blocks death penalty for killer of Dru Sjodin; the fight over Minnesota social studies standards; and more.
Plus: group attempts to storm a State Fair gate; Hennepin County Sheriff makes it harder for federal officials to detain inmates for immigration issues; writer and American Indian community leader Jay Thomas Bad Heart Bull dies; and more.