Plus: prosecutors in Floyd case ask judge to restrict public access to motions and evidence; GOP cries foul over Minnesota AG’s inquiry into COVID-19 preparedness plan for Eric Trump rally; owners considering shutting down Southwest Journal; 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: no evidence of COVID-19 in Minnesota groundwater; inadequate jail-death investigations in Minnesota; early voting registration difficult for those with limited English language skills; and more.
Plus: survey finds 73 percent of Minnesota teachers feel overwhelmed; 17 more St. Paul police employees test positive for coronavirus; Wisconsin judge upholds state’s mask mandate; and more.
Plus: nursing home COVID restrictions loosened; the COVID outbreak at Stillwater prison; drivers do donuts, burnouts in Minneapolis’ North Loop; and more.
Plus: Wisconsin announces another 2,676 confirmed cases of coronavirus; Minnesota man acquitted of 1991 murder in western Pennsylvania; Vikings lose; and more.
Plus: Kistner files appeal to keep 2nd Congressional District special election in February; two Minnesota United players test positive for COVID-19; nation’s first permanent memorial to survivors of sexual violence dedicated in Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: Chauvin given permission to live out-of-state following release from jail; Fairview details job cuts at St. Paul hospitals; BCA investigating fatal shooting of suspect by sheriff’s deputy in Pine County; and more.
Plus: Chauvin release raises questions about bail system; the life of George Floyd; reconstructing seven days of protests in Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: U.S. Rep. Jim Hagedorn’s use of rent-free campaign office questioned; Target says most corporate HQ employees should expect to work from home through June of 2021; Klobuchar co-sponsors resolution requiring face masks in U.S. Senate; and more.
Plus: Minnesota’s dial-back plan for COVID-19; Minneapolis Park Board drops uniforms plan; Minnesota firefighters describe west coast wildfires; and more.
Plus: hundreds protest after ex-MPD officer Derek Chauvin released from jail; decision on timetable for 2nd Congressional District election goes to federal judge; poll finds Biden retains lead in Minnesota as Trump campaign cuts advertising; and more.
Plus: Derek Chauvin posts bail; Better Business Bureau warns of ‘pinkwashing’ scams; former Mayo employee accesses medical records; scooters and more found at the river bottom near the Stone Arch Bridge; and more.
Plus: Legal Marijuana Now party names new candidate in race for 2nd Congressional District; two U of M researchers awarded MacArthur Foundation “genius grants”; Wisconsin governor issues new order limiting size of indoor gatherings; and more.
Plus: subject of Project Veritas video says he was offered bribe; George Floyd mural vandalized, again; nonprofit paid several repeat Democratic candidates, including CD1’s Dan Feehan, between runs; red flag fire warnings in parts of Minnesota; and more.
Plus: 13 restaurant workers under quarantine after working Trump fundraiser; state to allow drivers to take permit exam at home; youth hockey association examining weapons policy after father brings rifle into a Vadnais Heights arena; and more.
Plus: mail-in voting for primary was mostly on-time, error free; the Liberian immigrant running as a Republican for state Senate in St. Paul; future of Bde Maka Ska parks concession considered; and more.
Plus: State Sen. Jasinski takes ‘complete responsibility’ for driving while impaired; Surly Beer Hall temporarily closes after employee tests positive for COVID-19; Duluth mayor responds after caravan of Trump supporters gathers outside her home; and more.
Plus: White House offers conflicting messages about President Trump’s health; Wisconsin sets another single-day record for COVID-19 cases; Minnesota state senator arrested on suspicion of driving while impaired; and more.
Plus: Smith, Lewis clash over pretty much everything in U.S. Senate debate; activists vow to overcome attempts to suppress votes among Minnesota Muslims in upcoming election; Minnesota teen just one of two girls to gain eagle scout rank; and more.
Plus: Duluth police identify man who attacked WCCO photographer at Trump rally; MDH publishes data on schools with COVID-19 cases; key source for Project Veritas video appears to change story; and more.