Plus: St. Paul police chief warns of staff cuts after budget reduction; fund set up to help north Minneapolis businesses rebuild; cost of living in rural Minnesota significantly less than in Twin Cities; 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: hundreds march in Roseville to show support for Black Lives Matter; four tornadoes confirmed in Minnesota, western Wisconsin over the weekend; Brooklyn Center looks at removing former sheriff’s name from buildings, events; and more.
Plus: giant Black Lives Matter mural painted on Minneapolis’ Plymouth Avenue; state health officials warn against complacency in fight against COVID-19; judge orders Brainerd to reinstate firefighters union; and more.
Plus: storms knock out power across central Minnesota; group ID’d as white supremacist organization buys church in Swift County; civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis dies; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis council declares racism a public health emergency; Minnesota unemployment rate down; 500 face charges related to protests after killing of George Floyd; and more.
Plus: Walz still considering mask mandate; 130,000 nonprofit workers jobless in Minnesota; record month for home sales in the Twin Cities; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis police union official walks back statement about Walz and the Third Precinct; the founders of the 10K Foundation working for racial justice in Minnesota; Red Wing Shoe Co. workers authorize strike; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis park board votes to rein in encampments; St. Thomas granted approval to make jump to Division I athletics; Minnesota Zoo set to welcome back visitors; and more.
Plus: New York restricts travel from Minnesota; Minneapolis NAACP leader arrested during protest; where masks are required in Minnesota; police using drones to check for nudity on Twin Cities beaches; and more.
Plus: replacing Minneapolis’ Third Precinct police station to cost an estimated $10 million; $1.35 billion bonding bill advances at Legislature; Ilhan Omar challenger Antone Melton-Meaux raises $3.2 million; and more.
Plus: Frey selects candidate for Minneapolis city attorney; Delta reports big loss, job cuts; 3M working on rapid COVID-19 test; Payne Avenue arts district emerges; and more.
Plus: Carver County Sheriff’s deputy shoots and kills man during Mendota Bridge standoff; American Indian leaders in Minnesota celebrate Washington team’s name change; Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board expected to repeal nudity ordinance; and more.
Plus: Myon Burrell case to be reviewed by independent panel; Black man pulled over and detained by Bloomington was case of mistaken identity; Split Rock Lighthouse to reopen Wednesday; and more.
Plus: mothers of people killed by police lead march on Minnesota Capitol; Legislature to convene second special session Monday with no sign of deals on police accountability or public construction funding; pro sports returns with Loons win; and more.
Plus: Wisconsin hits another high for new COVID-19 cases; Minneapolis police officials consider sharp cutbacks to community-oriented programs; Trump wears mask in public for first time; and more.
Plus: Wisconsin sees spike in COVID-19 cases; Walz makes it official, calls another special session; Powderhorn Park encampments smaller than previously estimated; and more.
Plus: 150 Minneapolis police officers seek disability coverage for PTSD; former Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges on how white liberal block progress; neighbors in Phillips neighborhood barricade street for safety; and more.
Plus: U of M experts urge feds to overhaul current approach to tracking COVID-19 outbreaks; gag order issued in cases against ex-MPD officers; lawmakers question state law enforcement leaders over response to Floyd protests; and more.
Plus: half of fired Minnesota cops get jobs back through arbitration; Cub opens tent store on Lake Street; Ramsey County funds career labs for job seekers at libraries; and more.
Plus: tornado injures at least two people in western Minnesota; Senate Republicans condemn failure to stop statue toppling; St. Paul City Council approves series of residential tenant protections; and more.