Plus: Minnesota’s U.S. House delegation splits along party lines in vote to impeach Trump second time; several inches of snow likely Thursday; Champlin Police ask residents to stop having sex in busy parking lots; 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: Eau Claire man arrested for participating in the U.S. Capitol riot; Walz extends peacetime state of emergency; Target to close again on Thanksgiving; Dan Wilson sells his song catalog; and more.
Plus: U.S. House calls on Pence to invoke 25th Amendment, moves toward second Trump impeachment; More than 100 city employees in Minneapolis expected to leave by end of month; Lake Street Kmart’s ‘K’ sign on the move again; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis teachers union not on board with school re-opening plan; Alexandria, Minnesota preacher calls for martial law; restaurant that violated COVID-19 order settles with state; and more.
Plus: two Minneapolis city employees under investigation following violence at the U.S. Capitol; Wisconsin GOP group refuses to take down website message telling people to ‘prepare for war’; DNR’s Eaglecam back online; and more.
Plus: eight arrested at Line 3 protest; Emmer opposes Trump impeachment, calls for moving on; Falcon Heights considers renaming street for Philando Castile; and more.
Plus: Pelosi says House will proceed with impeachment legislation; Walz orders flags flown at half-staff to honor Capitol Police officers; Jessie Diggins becomes first American to win the Tour de Ski; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis police officer reprimanded for speaking to media about department’s ‘toxic culture’; Minnesota’s biggest HMOs report spike in profit margins; Minneapolis attorney faces possible discipline over election lawsuit; and more.
Plus: parents, Republicans upset over high school sports mask mandate; security presence at MN Capitol stepped up; George Floyd protesters see disparate treatment compared with Trump-supporting mob; and more.
Plus: Republican members of Minnesota’s congressional delegation silent on Trump’s role in inciting Capitol mob; MPD releases personnel files of officers who shot Dolal Idd; judge fines Lakeville bar owners $3,000 per day for defying shutdown order; and more.
Plus: Klobuchar blames Trump for attack on U.S. Capitol; Walz outlines conditions for end to emergency declaration; right-wingers seize on Somali flag flown near where Dolal Idd was killed; and more.
Plus: pro-Trump rally at Minnesota State Capitol includes calls for armed revolt; frustration mounts over pace of vaccinations at Minnesota nursing homes; St. Louis County Commissioner calls Duluth a ‘cesspool’; and more.
Plus: restaurants temporarily lose food licenses for defying COVID regulations; Twin Cities woman steals $74,000 from the Postal Service; Dassel man threatens cell tower workers with skid loader; KARE11’s Ben Garvin is fired; and more.
Plus: raid on the family home of Dolal Idd continues to raise questions; Minneapolis officials face renewed pressure to reopen intersection where George Floyd was killed; no criminal charges against police officer who shot Jacob Blake in Kenosha; and more.
Plus: parking lot made famous by Prince photograph sold to developer; Minnesota protections for wolves remain as federal designation goes away; judge considers disciplinary referral for Minneapolis lawyer involved in Trump suit; and more.
Plus: warrant says police were trying to catch Dolal Idd in illegal gun sale; state expects to have enough vaccine to inoculate health-care workers, nursing home residents by end of January; Wisconsin pharmacist believed coronavirus vaccine would mutate people’s DNA; and more.
Plus: Lakeville’s Alibi Drinkery vandalized; Third Avenue bridge closes in downtown Minneapolis; remembering City Pages; and more.
Plus: hundreds protest killing of Dolal Idd in Minneapolis; Trump asks Georgia secretary of state to ‘find’ enough votes to overturn state’s election results; COVID relief package offers bump in benefits to Minnesotans on food stamps; and more.
Plus: COVID protocols remain in place for start of new legislative session; Republican lawmakers sue to stop pay raises for state employees; IRS says Prince’s estate undervalued by $80 million; and more.
Plus: state asks for trial of former police officers to be delayed; Lakeville bar defies court order; DNR’s ‘Wonder Dog’ retires; and more.