Plus: Minnesota Supreme Court requires public vote on St. Paul trash plan; feds say Minnesota has to reimburse improper chemical-dependency payments; project uses weevils to combat invasive plant; and more.
Plus: Target has record quarter; Denmark’s prime minister gets invite to Minnesota; Sanders and Klobuchar to appear at the State Fair; Wild gets a new general manager; and more.
Plus: Lakeside businesses following the pavilion fire; nails and screws blanket Sherburne County roads; $10 Gopher tickets; and more.
Plus: Lake Nokomis illness cases now number 69; top official at one of Minnesota’s biggest labor unions placed on leave; member of ‘Miracle on Ice’ team accused of attacking neighbor in northern Minnesota; and more.
Also: MnDOT attempts to avoid flooding on I-35W; Elizabeth Warren meets her lookalike at Macalester; nothing found after St. Thomas bomb threat.
Plus: Planned Parenthood withdrawal from family planning program to have disproportionate effect in Minnesota; Warren campaigns at Macalester; Little League World Series run comes to end for Minnesota team; and more.
Plus: Green Line ends light rail service from 2 to 4 a.m.; Minnesota big-game hunter who embezzled from grain elevator reports to federal prison; film board changes funding guidelines after Super Bowl, Omar documentary criticism; and more.
Plus: 3M facing more legislation, potential legal liabilities over PFCs; Minnesota launching drunk driving crackdown; Klobuchar says McConnell should recall Senators to address gun control; and more.
Plus: Trump ag secretary called farmers whiners at FarmFest; Minneapolis sees third homicide in week; St. John’s issues boil advisory over E. coli; Islamophobic incident at Rochester Subway; and more.
Plus: Minnesota AG Ellison joins suit over federal ‘public charge’ rule; Hormel introduces pumpkin spice spam; Iowa allows sports betting; and more.
Plus: Minnesota unemployment rate ticks up; developers see big profits ahead in senior housing; Minnesota testing Blue Alert System; Emmer town hall; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis police getting better about activating body cameras; Minnesota AG’s office sued over Bloomberg-funded lawyer; Wisconsin fugitive found after three years in makeshift bunker; and more.
Plus: How Somali-Americans are buying homes; Merrill Corporation moves from St. Paul to Minneapolis; Duluth mayor wins primary; and more.
Plus: DHS pressuring tribes to return $23 million in overpayments — despite agency being largely responsible for billing errors; Twin Cities retailers hit with counterfeit bills; St. Paul’s Sunisa Lee believed to be first Hmong-American to make national gymnastics team; and more.
Plus: two homicides in Minneapolis; Minnesota judges not showing Trump welcome video to new citizens; Minnesota 4th-most-expensive state for child care; and more.
Plus: Minnesota prisons placed record number of inmates in solitary confinement in 2018; Elizabeth Warren to make campaign stop in St. Paul; Minneapolis Council considering sweeping new rules for strip clubs; and more.
Plus: microplastics contaminate Great Lakes; Radinovich takes helm of hemp group; bike thefts hit high in Minneapolis; Voyageurs Wolf Project; and more.
Plus: Walz set to announce new head of DHS; driver crashes into Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store; Minnesotans take second and third in U.S. women’s gymnastics championship; and more.
Plus: Roseau border traffic slows as agents diverted to Mexico border; tenure fight at Macalester; Blaine velodrome to close; and more.
Plus: man accused of firebombing Twin Cities mosque challenges evidence collected by FBI; family of Jamar Clark reaches tentative settlement with Minneapolis; Klobuchar pitches plan for rural America; and more.