Plus: Minnesota Supreme Court upholds state’s revenge porn law; tribes ask Court of Appeals to pause Line 3 construction; House committee releases report on inequality; 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: feds hand over land around Upper St. Anothony Falls; Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher goes to court over budget; minimum wage increase kicks in Jan. 1; and more.
Plus: another 2 to 4 inches of snow expected in Twin Cities; Minnesota winter high school sports competitions can start Jan. 14; Rep. Jim Hagedorn has surgery for cancer; and more.
Plus: Trump signs $900 billion COVID relief bill; Minneapolis’ 3rd Avenue bridge to shut down for nearly two years; two people shot near George Floyd memorial; and more.
Plus: St. Paul police investigating shooting death of 2-year-old boy; first responders in Minneapolis won’t be required to take vaccine; state suspends liquor licenses of four more bars; and more.
Plus: a Q&A with Sen. Amy Klobuchar on the “Save Our Stages” portion of the COVID relief bill; remembering a PFLAG pioneer; virtual field trips; Polaris appoints an interim CEO; it’s snowing; and more.
Plus: winter storm expected to dump snow on much of Minnesota; cell tower agreement could provide mobile phone service to Gunflint Trail, parts of BWCA; South Dakota governor invites Minnesota bar owners to relocate there; and more.
Plus: St. Paul students of color more than twice as likely to be failing a class than white peers; Winona County’s swing to Biden makes it exceptional; Twin Cities film scene pioneer Al Milgrom dies; and more.
Plus: Congress passes $900 billion pandemic relief package; Minnesota high school students celebrate eligibility for unemployment assistance; snow possible Tuesday; and more.
Plus: the Vikings’ social justice activism; worker on Line 3 project dies; Har Mar Superstar is delivering mail; and more.
Plus: congressional leaders reach deal on $900 billion relief package; Woodbury doctor combats COVID misinformation within Hmong community; Gophers decide against accepting bowl invite; and more.
Plus: shipments of second COVID-19 vaccine begin to roll out; MyPillow CEO Mike Lyndell calls for martial law to be declared in Minnesota; Minneapolis Charter Commission considers changes to city government; and more.
Plus: judge in Floyd cases denies motion to limit audio and video coverage; AG’s office sues two more restaurants over defiance of COVID restrictions; longtime broadcaster Tom Hanneman dies; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis police chief selects new deputy; big fire at St. Paul homeless encampment; restaurants open up for patio dining on Saturday; and more.
Plus: Gazelka threatens Ellison’s budget over bar crackdown; Emmer refuses to call Joe Biden the president-elect; Minnesota’s largest school districts plan on in-person instruction for elementary students next month; and more.
Plus: state program helps match workers with residential care facilities that need them; discipline files reveal multiple racist comments from Minneapolis cop during 2015 arrest; National Guard plans for deployment during trial of Derek Chaivn, other cops; and more.
Plus: Duluth police officer ‘off duty indefinitely’ after department review; streaking meteor captured on sheriff deputy’s dashcam in Pine County; online road knowledge tests are back; and more.
Plus: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women task force findings revealed; YWCA St. Paul receives $3 million from MacKenzie Scott; a list of the 94+ Minnesota businesses opening today; and more.
Plus: Walz to extend restrictions on in-person dining; sting operation leads to 41 carjacking arrests in Minneapolis; fence around Minnesota Capitol to stay in place indefinitely; and more.
Plus: Line 3 construction has begun; attorney for Derek Chauvin wants start of trial delayed; talking to a Minnesota elector; and more.