Plus: Minnesota micro-farmers squeezed by drought; many Afghan refugees headed for Fort McCoy in Wisconsin; Minnesota Power says Duluth paper mill owes millions; 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: Biden administration to announce that most Americans will need vaccine booster shot; prosecutors object to releasing names of Chauvin jurors; Bob Dylan accused of drugging and sexually abusing a minor in 1965; and more.
Plus: state adding miles of gravel to Highway 74; Mayo Clinic building new proton-beam therapy facility; UnitedHealthcare buys PreferredOne; and more.
Plus: Walz extends $100 vaccine reward initiative; State Fair faces labor shortage; crews working to contain wildfire in Superior National Forest; and more.
Plus: 19-year-old woman arrested in Florida reportedly in connection to Anton Lazzaro case; three pastors leave prominent Minneapolis church; Mike Lindell says Sioux Falls attack came from aggressive selfie seeker; and more.
Plus: U of M Regents approve vaccine mandate; Minnesota GOP Chair facing more scrutiny over close ties to indicted donor; Minneapolis Mayor Frey presents 2022 budget; and more.
Plus: U wastewater monitoring program accurately anticipates COVID-19 waves; Frey veto of one of two Minneapolis rent control ballot question; Metro Transit reduces bus service for the State Fair; and more.
Plus: Mayo researchers report ‘pronounced reduction’ in effectiveness of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine; Minneapolis political strategist indicted for sex trafficking; Minnesota Council on Disability to boycott State Fair over lack of mask, vaccine mandates; and more.
Plus: St. Paul mayor unveils budget proposal; drought deepens; Minneapolis’ Bryant Ave. re-do plan advances; Minnesota’s teacher of the year; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Supreme Court to hear case on restoration of voting rights for people with felony records; police recover SUV matching suspect vehicle in Hwy. 169 shooting; Wisconsin officials set 300-animal limit for fall wolf hunt; and more.
Plus: Minnesota police chiefs discuss staffing shortages; Jean Taylor becomes American Public Media Group CEO; exit interview with the Historical Society’s Patrick Coleman; 50 Cent in local Hy-Vee stores this week; Metro Transit to offer $1 fares this fall; and more.
Plus: Minnesota sees at least 5,599 breakthrough cases of COVID-19; Klobuchar, Smith vote for infrastructure bill; near-record number of candidates file to run for office in Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: MPCA acknowledges more leaks of Line 3 drilling liquid; U scientists develop COVID-19 drug derived from llamas; Minneapolis landlord buying properties in St. Paul.
Plus: BCA announces $180,000 reward for information about child shootings in Minneapolis; Minnesota State Fair officials eye mask-wearing for indoor attractions; International Falls sees massive backup as Canada opens border to vaccinated U.S. residents; and more.
Plus: the unequal distribution of urban heat; inside the Walz administration’s COVID-19 decision-making; how Minneapolis police reform is figuring into national politics; and more.
Plus: parade honors Sunisa Lee; victims of Victoria plane crash identified; rip currents lead Duluth to issue warning about swimming in Lake Superior; and more.
Plus: group gathers to protest Minnesota health care systems’ vaccination mandates; local governments debate what to do with infusion of federal relief money; dog rescue groups inundated by surge of animal surrenders; and more.
Plus: St. Paul City Council considers eliminating minimum parking requirements for new developments; blood alcohol level of driver involved in fatal Orono crash twice legal limit; Michigan hospital ends deal with Vikings’ Cousins over vaccine stance; and more.
Plus: cops fired more than 4,000 rubber bullets during George Floyd protests; Minnesota receives $17 million in drought and wildfire assistance; U of M wrestler Gable Steveson takes gold at Olympics; and more.
Plus: trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter won’t be televised; Suni Lee returns home; Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins ‘doing his research’ on COVID-19 vaccine; and more.