Plus: state of Minnesota’s medical marijuana program; Amazon fulfillment center worker safety demands; Spirit Mountain was $235k from Duluth after event cancellation; and more.
Plus: state Senate Minority Leader Tom Bakk facing challenge for leadership post; sugar beet profits drop in 2019; Farmington’s only grocery store to close; and more.
Plus: Israel-based Facebook page spreads fake news about Reps. Omar, Tlaib; Klobuchar releases economic plan; diversity in craft brewing and distilling; and more.
Plus: Democrat jumps into CD5 race against Rep. Ilhan Omar; Ellison files suit against Juul; Science Museum of Minnesota gets $1 million gift; judge commits former ‘Miracle on Ice’ hockey star to a secure treatment facility; and more.
Plus: Ellison’s listening session comes to Rochester; an early look at the CD1 congressional race; Duluth mayor apologizes for slow snow removal; St. Paul City Council to settle parking meter pay station suit; and more.
Plus: Mayo Clinic Health System to close two more facilities in southern Minnesota; Minneapolis man who killed two young sons and ex-wife had a permit to purchase a firearm, left a suicide note; P.J. Fleck named Big Ten coach of the year; and more.
Plus: Minnehaha Academy explosion linked to gas meter valve; Klobuchar’s field organizers unionize; St. Paul police issue warning about leaving running cars unattended in winter; and more.
Plus: DHS head tells lawmakers she’s working to tighten internal controls; Walz names climate change ‘subcabinet’ to work on emissions goals; Duluth’s Aerial Lift Bridge isn’t working; and more.
Plus: Canadian Pacific takes Shoreham Yards off the market; gabapentin-linked suicide attempts are on the rise; St. Paul markets split spaces to add tobacco shops; and more.
Plus: oft-photographed Lake Superior sea stack topples in winter storm; plan to remake Minnehaha Parkway keeps drawing complaints; Klobuchar says House impeachment inquiry uncovered a ‘global Watergate’; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Public Schools face deficit; addiction among East African youth; CBD booms on U of MN campus; airline catering workers strike; and more.
Plus: Trump rally cost Minneapolis $542,000; snowstorm sweeping across Minnesota may include thundersnow; number of deer shot in Minnesota down 6.8 percent vs. 2018; and more.
Plus: Lake Minnetonka introduces new regulations for boat toilets; nonprofit hosts gala with no attendees; Amazon worker organization wants to form safety committee; and more.
Plus: St. Paul police officer’s excessive force case goes to jury; Duluth passes nickel-a-bag fee for retailers; study says Foxconn subsidies more cause more harm than good for Wisconsin; and more.
Plus: U research reveals people of color in rural areas receive less medical care; the crowded race in Minnesota’s Seventh District; CWD threatens Minnesota game industry; and more.
Plus: Mayo Clinic expanding to Abu Dhabi; 5-year-old thrown from third-floor balcony at MOA now ‘walking perfectly’; Klobuchar dismisses Bloomberg’s entry into presidential race; and more.
Plus: Minnesota activists succeed in getting Amazon to remove skin-lightening products; needle drop-offs launched in South Minneapolis parks; Lindsey Port announces state Senate run; large St. Paul property owner sued over labor practices; and more.
Plus: MSP security checkpoint reopens; former Vikings kicker Fred Cox dies; body of missing Minneapolis man believed to be found; St. Stephen’s Human Services wins $5 million grant from Bezos’ charity; and more.
Plus: DFL calls Hagedorn Congress’ least productive member; Klobuchar’s debate performance; PFAS awareness campaign; and more.
Plus: St. Paul police officer charged with using excessive force testifies at trial; bicyclist killed by truck in downtown Minneapolis; report says Minnesota making progress on pollinators; and more.