Plus: Writer claims he found shrimp tails in his General Mills cereal; pedestrian deaths in Minnesota climbing; Liquor Lyle’s won’t reopen; St. Paul considers new name for Ramsey Middle School; Gavin Kaysen to open two new restaurants; 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: more than 80 Black leaders announce new effort to address racial inequities; Ramsey County unveils new Economic Competitiveness and Inclusion Plan; Twin Cities Marathon to return in 2021; and more.
Plus: Minnesota meat producers want more processing options; U.S. Bank stadium renovations continue; home construction costs up amid high lumber demand; and more.
Plus: U of M hires Xavier assistant as new Gopher men’s basketball coach; U.S. Supreme Court declines to take up appeal of Minnesota man serving two life sentences; southern Minnesota man charged with stealing 20 cases of Girl Scout cookies; and more.
Plus: rampant catalytic converter thefts spur national shortage of replacement converters; Minnesota DPS vows crackdown on speeding; Mississippi River reopens for navigation; and more.
Plus: lawmakers look to give Minnesota cities power to protect pollinators; Minneapolis to lose Canadian Pacific Railway’s U.S. headquarters after merger; all five Division I hockey programs in Minnesota make NCAA tournament; and more.
Plus: two dead following what St. Paul police are calling a murder-suicide; marchers demand justice for the victims of Atlanta shootings; Minnesota church leaders wrestle with racial justice issues; and more.
Plus: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers suspends PolyMet wetlands permit; first Minnesota charged in connection to U.S. Capitol assault; tanker truck spills animal blood on I-494 in Bloomington; and more.
Plus: North Dakota and Wisconsin law enforcement to no longer provide aid in Minnesota; programs and rehab versus jail time proposal; Kyle Rudolph becomes a Giant; fire weather watch for parts of northeastern Minnesota; and more.
Plus: Chauvin trial judge expected to rule Friday on motions to delay, change venue; video captures clash between Minneapolis police and encampment residents; Minnesota likely to extend state tax filing deadline; and more.
Plus: Emmer embraces cryptocurrency; sorting vaccination availability information and misinformation online; local reaction to Asian-American racism; Wisconsin bill would legalize cocktails to go; and more.
Plus: two more jurors seated for Chauvin trial; bill to restore toppled Christopher Columbus statue headed to state Senate floor; White Earth Nation doubles minimum wage; and more.
Plus: Local plea for substitute teachers gets national attention; zebra mussels found in Minnesota pet store aquarium plants; meet the family advocate for the Minnesota Parent Union; vaccine mix-up in Sauk Centre; and more.
Plus: Judge in Chauvin case plans to question jurors about Floyd family settlement with Minneapolis; Minnesota Senate Republicans offer up some numbers; AG announces agreement to help students defrauded by Minnesota School of Business and Globe University; and more.
Plus: Racing to avoid another statewide COVID surge; Jane Fonda protests Line 3; New Mexico hires Pitino; Mac students of color raise their voices in new podcast; Mayo receives $60 million gift; and more.
Plus: U fires men’s basketball coach Richard Pitino; Coon Rapids police shoot 26-year-old man; Wisconsin bill would block proposed prohibition on conversion therapy; and more.
Plus: MAC shares 2020 airport numbers; examining Gov. Cuomo’s situation through the lens of the Franken resignation; safety concerns at George Floyd Quare; Wisconsin reports -2 coronavirus deaths; and more.
Plus: pace of vaccinations in Minnesota picks up; legislators to introduce effort to rename highway in honor of Prince; February cold snap may have helped slow the spread of ash borers; and more.
Plus: disability rights advocate Rick Cardenas dies; legal experts confused by decision to announce Floyd family settlement with Minneapolis during Chauving trial; U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson under fire for BLM comments; and more.
Plus: half of Chauvin jury selected; Floyd family plans to donate $500,000 of Minneapolis settlement to businesses at 38th and Chicago Ave.; South Dakota Attorney General pleads not guilty; and more.