Plus: when fired cops win arbitration cases Minnesota; Pride parade honors Stonewall uprising; judge orders Hennepin County worker reinstated; and more.
Also: Invasive carp continues its invasion; Klobuchar looks under the hood of ride-sharing vehicles; a former first lady and her Minnesota lover; and more.
Plus: Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms rip through southern Minnesota; St. Paul city council member defends old social media posts; bicyclist killed by Northstar train; and more.
Also: Pollinator-friendly plantings common at large solar energy sites; Health Partners clinical trial of Alzheimer’s treatment; Vikings set training camp schedule; and more.
Plus: U researchers say Minnesota youth contracting sexually transmitted infections at ‘alarmingly’ high rates; racially motivated assault at Metro State; Best Buy wants to cut its carbon footprint by 75%; and more.
Also: Safety concerns around Allianz Field; St. Louis County farmers get into the hemp business; Cheers faces eviction proceedings; and more.
Plus: St. Paul school board removes James Monroe’s name from two school buildings; U of M wrestlers released without being charged; Twins win in 17 innings; and more.
Also: Walz goes under the knife; Sun Country systems to get an upgrade; Klobuchar’s first 100 days POTUS goals; new State Fair foods; and more.
Plus: Omar says U.S. should reinstate Iran nuclear deal; Minnesota man charged with killing federally protected trumpeter swans; study says Minnesota good for overall child well-being, bad on racial disparities; and more.
Also: Ellison addressing hate crimes; water bill fees go up; the 2020 8th Congressional District race; and more.
Plus: Target experiences another register outage; Phillips says he’s not in favor of impeachment; ex-Wisconsin guv Walker to host Hawaiian cruise; and more.
Plus: suit against cop in Jamar Clark case dismissed; repair costs for snow-damaged State Fair Cattle Barn already top $1 million; Minneapolis Park Board drops plan to close parkways to cars on weekends; the tiny flags of St. Paul.
Plus: Feds say HCMC continued to sedate people after telling officials they had stopped; nurses at Children’s Minnesota vote to authorize strike; U of M regents push back on proposal to raise undergraduate tuition at Twin Cities campus; and more.
Plus: Interview with Ilhan Omar; Winona dairy farmers want higher animal cap; U police seeing more homelessness on campus; and more.
Plus: Minnesota’s new ‘snow day’ law leads to disputes over pay for hourly workers; Trump approves disaster declaration for 51 Minnesota counties; Leech Lake neighbors fighting over docks; and more.
Plus: 3M suspends operations in Venezuela; Wardlow campaign fined for exceeding the state’s spending limit; Gabriele Grunewald dies; and more.
Plus: Walz signs bill allowing homeowners to renounce racist language in deeds; Wisconsin radio station editing out Vikings reference from Lizzo song; Ramsey County board getting a raise; and more.
Plus: Jason Lewis considering run for Congress; fire deaths down in Minnesota in 2018; Springboard for the Arts gets $1M from Knight foundation; workers walk out at Melrose Jennie-O plant; and more.
Plus: Prosecutors detail strategy in Noor case; shooting in Washington County; Craig, Phillips cautious on impeachment; and more.
Plus: Target to add new family leave benefits for employees; U’s infrastructure needs; St. Paul’s sick-leave policy; and more.