Plus: Two young girls behind “concerning” calls to Edina schools; Faribault to allow public marijuana use; 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: Two cities, two plans to convert unused buildings into homeless shelters face community pushback; Wisconsin Legislature rejects Evers special session; Gai Noi makes New York Times Best Restaurants list; and more.
Plus: Minnesotans continue to enjoy remote work; Gov. Tim Walz favors more awareness on new law regarding school resource officers; people gathered with banners and signs filled with white supremacist rhetoric on Wayzata bridge; and more.
Plus: Target to hire 100,000 seasonal workers; hockey legend Harry Boucha dead at 72; the woes at Canterbury Park; and more
Plus: Charges dismissed against Line 3 oil pipeline protestors; why flights are so expensive at Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport; Minnesota drafts former Gopher in inaugural PWHL draft; and more.
Plus: One hospitalized in Isanti County house explosion; TJ Maxx to close St. Paul Midway location; UnitedHealth Group to move from Minnetonka headquarters; and more.
Plus: “Open Streets Minneapolis” events see decrease in gun crimes; Northern Lights will be visible to Minnesotans on Monday night; Minnesota Twins manager Rocco Baldelli on paternity leave; and more.
Plus: Shooting at the Stock & Barrel Gun Club leaves one woman dead; behind the scenes at HCMC’s emergency department; NPR goes to Leech Lake and Red Lake to tell a tale of two tribal nations; and more.
Plus: Man arrested in Minnesota after fatal shooting of Iowa police officer; Timberwolves to end partnership with WCCO, moving to new broadcast partnership; what Delta’s Sky Miles Medallion program changes mean for fliers; and more.
Plus: The Met Council has approved a $75 million grant to jump-start the Blue Line light-rail extension; Emily Larson and Roger Reinert debate in Duluth; fire tears through the Hastings Creamery building; and more.
Plus: Dakota County considering more long-term efforts to address growing homeless issue; Eastlake Craft Brewery to close; law enforcement once again calls for special session on SROs; and more.
Plus: Mother of shooting victim almost shot on the same spot; Carver County Library Board votes to keep “Gender Queer: A Memoir” available to check out; Minneapolis Animal Care and Control waving adoption fees on Friday; and more.
Plus: Talon nickel mine receives millions from Department of Defense; Black business owners appeal to congress on challenges for St. Paul entrepreneurs; former gymnastics coach pleads guilty to child sex abuse charges; and more.
Plus: St. Paul Public Schools warn families about potential data breach; Food and Drug Administration approves updated COVID-19 vaccine; Minnesota group files lawsuit to keep former President Donald Trump off the 2024 ballot; and more.
Plus: Stone Arch Bridge to close for next two summers; special election set for Dec. 5 to fill Rep. Richardson’s seat; Lakeville’s booming entertainment scene; and more.
Plus: 3M spent nearly $1 million on shopping, sightseeing trips for Chinese health care officials; Brooklyn Center police chief to retire; Mike Lindell’s suer wants him to appear in court following “disrespectful” conduct during depositions; and more.
Plus: Vikings lose season opener to Bucs; proposed deal over who pays for Southwest Light Rail project could change; Minneapolis public housing project is near completion; and more.
Plus: Gas prices in Minnesota predicted to rise; student and parent advocates defend new state law on student restraints; the Pretenders’ “soon-to-be-legendary” set at 7th St. Entry; and more.
Plus: Double murder-suicide suspected in Breezy Point; Minneapolis approves agreement to sell Roof Depot site; DFL lawmakers go on record to oppose special session over SROs; and more.
Plus: DFL Second Vice Chairwoman Shivanthi Sathanandan injured in carjacking; whistleblower questions safety culture at Burlington Northern Santa Fe; St. Paul Regional Water Services requests watering restrictions; and more.