Plus: national figures stump for Minnesota politicians; authorities want help finding cars seen in area when Jayme Closs disappeared; electronic scooter companies sued; and more.
Plus: new Jason Lewis comments on women; St. Thomas administrators investigating racist message left on student door; a look at the Hiawatha encampment; and more.
Plus: Medtronic founder Earl Bakken has died; more than 50,000 attend Minnesota United game at TCF Bank stadium; crucial I35W ramp to reopen in downtown Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: Eighth District’s Stauber a rare bright spot for national GOP; the dangers of being a pedestrian in St. Paul; I-35W closed this weekend; and more.
Plus: corrections officers’ union wants funding to hire 327 new prison guards in Minnesota; former FBI agent sentenced to four years for leaking classified information; Sun Country establishing partnership with Minnesota State Mankato; and more.
Plus: DNR says watering ban won’t have effect on White Bear Lake water levels; conservative groups raise marriage, campaign finance allegations against Omar; debate over new Superior, Wisconsin natural-gas electric plant; and more.
Plus: Brooklyn Center woman shoots grandson over cup of tea; more than 20 bullets fired during shootout in St. Paul; sheriff says missing Wisconsin girl’s parents shot to death; and more.
Also: Ellisons’ divorce records unsealed; lack of debates in this election cycle; the growing popularity of CBD oil; and more.
Plus: Minnesota reports seventh case of polio-like illness; ex-FBI agent to be sentenced for leaking files; Chief Justice John Roberts speaks at University of Minnesota; and more.
Plus: St. Paul sees opportunity in Sears site redevelopment; the North Shore’s disappearing smelt; zebra mussels found in Sugar Lake; and more.
Plus: DFL staffer suspended after suggesting that Republicans face beheading after election; Edina puts kibosh on Grandview Green project; GOP state House candidate says he was attacked at restaurant; and more.
Plus: Grassroots AG candidate throws support behind Ellison; Sears to close St. Paul store; tenants ordered out of apartment building after nearby excavation causes structural damage; and more.
Plus: bodies of two missing women found in Chaska; Delta to fly new generation of quieter jets to MSP; Gopher football player arrested on suspicion of assaulting roommate; and more.
Plus: former St. Paul human rights director claims misconduct investigations blocked by police; the rise of the religious left; Metrodome lauded as rare good stadium deal; and more.
Plus: poll finds Scott Walker behind in Wisconsin; Department of Human Services victims of a phishing scam; drop in nonresident students has U of M leaders reconsidering tuition increase; and more.
Plus: Hennepin County sheriff’s race; paint spill closes northbound 169 traffic; viral Minnesota barefoot runner acorn post a hoax; and more.
Plus: state Rep. Duane Quam apologizes for microphone grab; massive waves on Lake Superior wallop shoreline near Duluth; attorney general accuses Florida charity of cheating Minnesota donors; and more.
PLUS: state Rep. Duane Quam grabs opponent’s mic during debate; Scream Town owner sort of apologizes for racist comments; state Reps. Omar and Murphy talk race and politics in St. Cloud; and more.
Plus: court wants to rule on Ellison divorce records by Friday; guv candidates debate in Willmar; rainy weather slows down harvest; trial opens for lawsuit over Minnesota’s child welfare laws; and more.
Plus: CD8 candidates weigh in on guns; Minnesota infrastructure gets “C” grade from engineer group; MN Amazon worker sees downside to new pay plan; and more.