Plus: U of M student imprisoned in China for tweets he posted while in the United States; Abortion opponents march outside Minnesota Capitol; Lynx star Maya Moore sitting out a second straight WNBA season; and more.
Also: U of M researchers improve the effects of Duchenne muscular dystrophy; the Mayo Clinic’s top salaries; Supt. Graff discusses the Comprehensive Design Plan; Kemps to close Rochester milk facility; and more.
Plus: GOP lawmakers want Sherburne County to become ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’; Sydney Jordan wins special primary for Minnesota state House seat; Minneapolis man accused of committing atrocities during WWII dies; and more.
Plus: Pollution Control Agency destroyed outgoing director’s computer; St. Louis County plow strike ends; police wrote more than 9,700 tickets in first five months of hands-free cell phone law; and more.
Plus: Delta named best airline in the U.S.; a dozen HealthPartners pharmacies close; Minnesota United signs first homegrown player; and more.
Plus: Minnesota State Fair to install metal detectors for 2020; hundreds of crashes and spinouts reported along Minnesota highways; governor challenges legislators to come up with new way to pay for roads and bridges; and more.
Plus: Regis cuts administrative positions; Viking cruises announced for Great Lakes in 2022; noxious weeds spread to eight Minnesota counties; and more.
Plus: presidential primary party preference requirement rankles some voters; flu-related illness deaths in Minnesota climb to 25; Gophers all-Big Ten guard Destiny Pitts announces transfer; and more.
Plus: Klobuchar hopeful about Iowa chances; PUC approves Xcel power plant acquisition; parents sue Bemidji schools over former assistant principal’s sexual exploitation of children; and more.
Plus: Walz unveils details of $2 billion state bonding package; 30,000 Comcast Xfinity customers to get refunds; Minnesotans now have right to use electronic monitoring devices in most senior care facilities; and more.
Also: Head of TSA in Minnesota apologizes for braid-pulling agent; 3M waste site still leeching PFAS; a difficult corn harvest; Ike’s closes; and more.
Plus: storm expected to dump snow across Minnesota; Wisconsin appeals court puts hold on removing 209,000 names from the state’s voters from rolls; Twins sign former AL MVP Josh Donaldson; and more.
Plus: Klobuchar looks forward to smaller field on debate stage Tuesday night; tribal advocate claims mistreatment at hands of TSA agent; Hennepin County commissioner wants new promenade at St. Anthony Falls; and more.
Plus: Walz proposes $447 million in borrowing for higher ed projects; Ellison wades into Bremer dispute; pregnant woman driving stolen car crashes on I-94; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Attorney General has open investigation related to Bremer Bank and Otto Bremer Trust; mental health care shortage in rural Minnesota; no road fatalities after snowy morning commute; more snow expected Monday evening; and more.
Plus: St. Louis County snowplow drivers ready to strike after rejecting final contract offer; drop in sales of XC-ski passes in Minnesota means delays in trail-grooming grants; early voting for Minnesota’s presidential primary stars Friday; and more.
Plus: Republican Party chair expresses excitement about moving out of St. Louis Park; Duluth wants $13.5 million from state to repair Lakewalk trail; Klobuchar’s pitch to New Hampshire voters; and more.
Plus: Walz unveils first phase of 2020 bonding proposal; Alexandria health care company says it was the victim of a data breach; Moorhead residents worry about turkey takeover; and more.
Plus: DNR sees big demand for grants aiding kids getting outdoors; Minneapolis’ racial covenant history; Grammys planning Prince tribute concert; and more.
Plus: Edina ends agreement with Lime scooters; Bloomberg visits farm in southern Minnesota; teachers union opposes changing Minnesota Constitution to address achievement gap; and more.