Plus: Shoplifting has curtailed in the Twin Cities; U of M settles COVID-era lawsuit; what’s life like in a “Blue Zone”; Minneapolis taproom closes, 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: Minnesotans are doing better on their COVID-19 boosters than the nation, on average; a salmonella outbreak that has hit 34 states is most severe in Minnesota; Federal judge Wilhelmina Wright announces retirement; Nashwauk considers selling its ambulance service; and more.
Plus: One dead after house explosion in South St. Paul; changes to the Minneapolis proposed budget; Minnesota sees steep drop in number of newspapers; and more.
Plus: Park Square Theatre to re-open next month; the last cigar lounge in Minneapolis could be no more; DFL lawmakers clash over Israel-Hamas war; and more.
Plus: Omar accuses Samuels of “misogyny”; St. Peter gets a new record store thanks to a Gustavus professor; Harry Singh’s is back in business and more.
Plus: Sen. Amy Klobuchar calls for regulation on AI following OpenAI drama; man arrested following fatal stabbing in Edina; first game for Minnesota PWHL team set for early January; and more.
Plus: “No confidence” vote for Hennepin Healthcare CEO; Frey and city council “ally” at odds; south Minneapolis businesses sue city over barricades at George Floyd square; Phillips donates contribution from GOP donor to charity; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Wild fire head coach Dean Evason; dismissal of Grand Marais doctor angers residents; Mayo Clinic to announce $4 billion investment; and more.
Plus: Woodbury-Oakdale bridge to open this week; new Dinkytown McDonald’s is ‘charmless’ and ‘bleak’; St. Paul woman ordered to remove boulevard garden; and more.
Plus: Nadia Mohamed talks to New York Times about historic mayoral win; improving Minnesota’s literacy rate through new program; State Patrol responds to over 100 crashes due to snowy conditions; and more.
Plus: Former Govs. Pawlenty and Dayton urge Fairview and the U to work things out; the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to fill more than 130 new positions; a new federal grant will provide Minneapolis with $8 million to pay for ash tree removal; and more.
Plus: A very candid conversation with Dean Phillips; man sues Minneapolis alleging officers used excessive force against him; prepare for a cold, potentially snowy Thanksgiving weekend; and more.
Plus: Teachers rally in solidarity; a story of harvesting through loss; a moose is on the loose; lights out in Anoka; and more
Plus: Fairview won’t renew University of Minnesota partnership; Crystal startup hopes pepper spray alternative will help hospital staff; Minneapolis Downtown CEO highlights safety of area; and more.
Plus: Minnesotans remember former First Lady Rosalynn Carter; Supreme Court rejects Derek Chauvin’s latest appeal attempt; MidwestOne Bank takes over ownership of Keg and Case; and more.
Plus: Man claims self-defense in road rage incident; LRT derailment in Minneapolis; Minnesota turkeys arrive in D.C. to be pardoned; and more.
Plus: Details in UnitedHealthcare suit show AI model had 90% error rate; Normandale Elementary School moves to e-learning due to GI illnesses; Willmar turkeys heading for a White House pardon; and more.
Plus: Ex-GOP chair Jennifer Carnahan, GOP drop lawsuits; U of M launches Cannabis Research Center; Duluth, Twin Cities Starbucks workers walk out in protest; and more.
Plus: Warroad hockey coach sues parents for defamation; Rep. Angie Craig’s attacker sentenced to 27 months; Muslim families in Minnesota get permission to use donor breast milk; and more.
Plus: Give to the Max Day’s origins; a 13th Minnesotan is charged in Jan. 6 riots; a federally funded program aims to train refugees to be nurses in central Minnesota; an American Girl doll from St. Paul; and more.