Plus: Dinkytown coffee shop gets legal pushback over plans for CBD-infused drinks; St. Paul trash hauler institutes quick late fees; final ‘Sampler’ CD after 30 years; and more.
Plus: U of M prof sentenced for falsifying retirement savings to cheat ex-wife; Farmington write-in candidate gets elected to city council; Great Waters Brewing shutting down; and more.
Plus: Ilhan Omar interviewed on The View; 3M’s groundwater pollution; deadly season on the Great Lakes; and more.
Plus: Melissa Hortman elected Speaker of the Minnesota House; snow causes major traffic problems across the state; Ricky Rubio’s North Loop penthouse goes on the market; and more.
Plus: Fletcher proposes sheriff substation for basement of St. Paul restaurant; Minnesota nonprofits provide alternative to payday lending; ten Minnesota Election-Day firsts; and more.
Plus: plan for downtown Minneapolis project now includes 35-story tower; former U of M ticketing director charged over ticket scheme; St. Paul City Council gets an earful about $15 minimum wage; and more.
Plus: Minnesota see near-record voter turnout; slick metro roads lead to crashes, spinouts; North Dakota rejects recreational cannabis; and more
Plus: shortfall of whitetails on opening weekend of Minnesota’s deer season; vehicular homicide charges for Wisconsin man accused of crashing truck into Girl Scouts; how chipped pets can help drug addicts; and more.
Plus: St. Paul church moves nearer to historical designation; soybean sales to China disappear; tiny houses proposed for poor and homeless; and more.
Plus: about 60 candidates apply to be U of M president; former Vikings player Shariff Floyd to file $180 million lawsuit over surgery; St. Paul’s Peoples Electric closes; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Republicans optimistic for Tuesday; how the Closs murders and kidnapping have shaken Barron, Wisconsin; Garrison Keillor performs in Twin Cities; and more.
Plus: hundreds gather to remember victims of hit-and-run crash in western Wisconsin; Gopher football coach P.J. Fleck fires defensive coordinator Robb Smith; MnDOT looking for volunteers to help address safety and congestion on Hwy. 65; and more.
Also: More central Minnesota turkeys have H5N2; Jeremiah Program expands to Rochester; Ventura’s victory 20 years ago; and more.
Plus: PolyMet gets OK from DNR for northern Minnesota mining project; St. Thomas student dies after falling from apartment building; Twin Cities could see snow over the weekend; and more.
Plus: Nolan weighs in on Stauber emails; St. Paul flavored tobacco ordinance goes into effect; MNsure enrollment opens; and more.
Plus: Myhra, Blaha on running for Minnesota auditor; East Ridge football player sues Minnesota State High School League over suspension; Strib endorses Stauber; and more.
Also: Medicare scams proliferate; Radinovich and Stauber get testy over emails; North Mankato’s Halloween costume empire; and more.
Plus: wet conditions making it difficult for Minnesota farmers to comply with latest buffer strip deadline; Mille Lacs anglers to be allowed to keep one walleye a day during ice fishing season; state mental health system largely ineffective at treating depression; and more.
Plus: Land O’Lakes pulls support for Rep. Steve King; plan to tunnel streetcar under Fort Snelling raises concern; Moorhead sued over campus-polling-location closures; and more.
Plus: hundreds show up to weigh in on Minneapolis comprehensive plan; new ad against DFL CD1 candidate Dan Feehan invokes caravan; Little Canada man faces charges after firing gun at youth football game; and more.