Plus: Scott Jensen’s refusal to receive the COVID-19 vaccine; Denver Nuggets expected to hire Ryan Saunders; Lakefront Music Festival looking for a headliner to replace Toby Keith; 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: dangerous heat expected Tuesday; psychiatrists make up 14 of the 20 highest-paid state workers; wet weather has mosquitos thriving in Minnesota this summer; and more.
Plus: Northern Tier Bakery is recalling roughly 905 pounds of ready-to-eat salad mix; Lynx center Sylvia Fowles suffers a cartilage injury; KARE-11’s Gia Vang is leaving the morning show; and more.
Plus: Ramsey County rejects latest plan for Rice Creek Commons development; GOP candidate Jensen pitches plans to address crime; Minneapolis meteorologist keeps winning on “Jeopardy!”; and more.
Plus: Minnesota hospital CEOs declare gun violence a public health crisis; Minnesota Auto Dealers Association sues over “clean cars” plan; Minnesota Zoo announces a new litter of tiger cubs; and more.
Plus: state Senate ethics panel hears complaints against Sen. Omar Fateh; Minnesota Supreme Court takes on Minneapolis police staffing case; Northern Spark festival is back; and more.
Plus: CenterPoint Energy producing “green” hydrogen; Duluth Police Chief Mike Tusken to retire; Bar la Grassa oven fire contained; and more.
Plus: 2022 Ramsey County Fair cancelled; Minnesota State High School League approves NIL policy; Washington County board names new county attorney; and more.
Plus: Target shares take a nosedive; St. Paul city attorney Lyndsey Olson reaches a settlement agreement with former state Rep. John Lesch; catching up with Duluth singer and fiddle player Gaelynn Lea; and more.
Plus: Shooting inside Coon Rapids apartment building leaves two men dead; St. Louis Park residents question city council after second water main break; Union Hmong Kitchen’s Yia Vang to compete on “Iron Chef ” reboot; and more.
Plus: Equity Alliance is winding down its operations; 10 more COVID-19 deaths in the state; squirrel causes Sunday morning power outage in Prior Lake; and more.
Plus: 3-year-old shot in Minneapolis; St. Thomas looking at Highland Bridge development for new sports facilities; Evers, Whitmer and McConnell on Wisconsin gunman’s “targeted” list; and more.
Plus: Judge strikes down St. Paul’s COVID vaccination policy; four unvaccinated Twins players sit out Toronto series; part of a Rosedale Center parking ramp wall crashed to the ground; and more.
Plus: State offers another round of free at-home COVID-19 tests; yard waste pickups halted in seven metro cities; Pope Francis appoints new bishop to lead southern Minnesota diocese; and more.
Plus: Muslim workers at Worldwide Flight Services claim religious discrimination; historic flooding in Voyageurs National Park; Minneapolis chef Matthew Kempf dies at 44; and more.
Plus: Former Gopher star Marion Barber III found dead; Two Harbors mayor says he won’t resign after recall vote; Prince mural set to be unveiled; and more.
Plus: Minnesota nurses hold informational pickets; Minneapolis Federation of Teachers members re-elect Greta Callahan; MDH confirms a case of hepatitis A in Minnesota linked to organic strawberries; and more.
Plus: National Weather Service says four tornadoes touched down in Minnesota on Memorial Day; open seats on Ramsey County Board draws crowd of candidates; marketing campaign encourages people to return to Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: Delta Air Lines cancelled more than 715 flights over the weekend; Twins shortstop Carlos Correa has tested positive for COVID-19; Annandale High School students walk-out planned for Wednesday; and more.
Plus: Violent crime rates up in more than a dozen Twin Cities suburbs; Fort Snelling National Cemetery holds official Memorial Day service for first time in two years; former Vikings cornerback Jeff Gladney dies in car accident; and more.