Plus: County Commissioner Mike Opat to retire; Klobuchar gets grilled on “The View”; St. Cloud City Council alters rules of conduct following ACLU scolding; Rep. Moran introduces hair style discrimination bill; and more.
Plus: reported crime significantly up in Minneapolis’ Downtown East; Legislature kicks off 2020 session; judge’s decision to seal names of jurors in Mohamed Noor trial challenged; and more.
Plus: what you need to know about Trump’s Lao and Hmong deportation plan; Peterson criticizes ag cuts in Trump budget proposal; Minnesotan reports from coronavirus quarantine; and more.
Plus: Klobuchar draws large crowds in New Hampshire on eve of primary; Ramsey County expected to change naming policy for county-owned facilities; new campaign aimed at saving common loon; and more.
Plus: Hagedorn hosts a town hall; passing farms on to the next generation; Elk River woman hired by Trump campaign; and more.
Plus: thousands of Twin Cities janitors and security guards prepare to go on strike; advocates look for new ways to stop erosion along Minnesota River; Allianz Field gets OK to have beer, wine and food trucks in new entertainment district outside stadium; and more.
Plus: Shoreview celebrated for permeable pavement program; Health Partners workers authorize strike; Aldo Moroni’s last work; and more.
Plus: one killed, one critically injured in shooting on Metro Transit bus; St. Paul woman honored for 40 years of foster parenting; Wolves remake roster with trade for D’Angelo Russell; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis considers restrictions on off-duty police work; CenterPoint wants ability to charge ratepayers for green initiatives; U of MN sees bump in American Indian grad rates; and more.
Plus: light-rail operators say they fear for their safety while on the job; Median home price in Twin Cities hits $280,000; not-so-subtle signs hint that the Rolling Stones are coming to Minneapolis; and more.
Also: Homeland Security sends unintended alert; policy fellow for Mayor Jacob Frey arrested; changes to Grand Avenue in Minneapolis; Basilica Block Party 2020 lineup; and more.
Plus: Catholic leaders authorize investigation into claims that a northern Minnesota bishop interfered with past investigations; Best Buy CEO to remain in top job; bail set at $3 million for man accused of shooting Waseca police officer; and more.
Plus: community land trusts offer different path to homeownership; second Twin Cities to Chicago train a real possibility; Minneapolis shuts down mushroom growing business over zoning, fire-code violations; and more.
Plus: MPCA considers raising water quality permit fees; what evidence was available in the Myon Burrell case; Klobuchar wins an Iowa delegate by coin toss; and more.
Plus: new gang structure poses challenges for Twin Cities law enforcement; union workers at HealthPartners may strike; Legislative DFLers call for lower fare-skipping penalties for transit; and more.
Plus: Minnesota medium-sized companies attractive for acquisitions; MnDOT considers future of State Highway 13; how Cargill got into the nutritional supplements business; and more.
Plus: Sen. Smith claims Moorhead underpass project sabotaged by partisan politics; Madison teacher charged over recording devices found in Minneapolis hotel rooms last month; Minnesota welfare payments increase for first time since 1986; Mille Lacs walleye limits to remain unchanged; and more.
Plus: Delta launches redesigned credit cards; Line 3 pipeline goes before Minnesota regulators; record flooding forecast for spring; and more.
Plus: Warsame tapped to lead Minneapolis Public Housing Authority; five Iron Range colleges to merge; Catholic priest who made derisive comments about Islam apologizes; and more.
Plus: Klobuchar dismisses idea of pact with Biden campaign; Muslim organization calls for rebuke of Catholic priest who called Islam “greatest threat in the world”; winter flood risk for southern Minnesota; and more.