Plus: federal report details UnitedHealth Group’s collection of questionable Medicare payments; Minneapolis City Council candidate facing questions over residency; DQ sues Massachusetts company over use of ‘Blizzard’; and more.
In spite of that, the case positivity rate increased slightly.
Plus: lack of clarity on unemployment benefits for employees fired for refusing vaccines; Minnesota marathon runner recovering after collapsing in Boston; peak travel expected at MSP for MEA weekend; and more.
The study, begun in the final days of the Obama administration, was canceled by former President Donald Trump just four months shy of its completion.
In a video, “Goal Line Stand,” posted Tuesday morning, Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan tout his leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic as evidence of someone “making the tough calls.”
Give Gersson Rosas his due: The Wolves head into Wednesday’s opening game of the 2021-22 NBA season in better shape, in both the short- and long-term, than they were when Rosas took over less than 30 months ago.
Plus: Omar urges voters not to rank Frey in Minneapolis mayoral election; Minneapolis police chief outlines department’s spending priorities; Zumbrota car dealership begins airing ad created by ‘Last Week Tonight with John Oliver’; and more.
Plus: I-35W bus shelter opening delayed after weekend crash; workers at St. Paul, Roseville Half Price Books locations organizing; Chauvin hires an attorney; and more.
The idea for StartMN grew out of Twin Cities Business’ podcast, which focuses on entrepreneurship and leadership.
A suit brought by three parents against Duluth Edison Charter Schools details a long history of mistreatment of Black students.
Earlier this month, the Minnesota Psychiatric Society released a position paper opposing authorization of medical cannabis as a treatment for all anxiety disorders.
Plus: increased number of oil trains running through Minnesota; Allina WestHealth ER, urgent care to remain closed after nurses go on strike; Minnesota’s 2021 boating season deadliest in 16 years; Edina Cinema to reopen; and more.
Plus: nurses go on strike at Allina WestHealth in Plymouth; new public art tribute to Bob Dylan unveiled in Hibbing; Walz bags a pheasant; and more.
Plus: U.S. Marshals now wearing body cameras in Minnesota; Minnesota National Guard to help alleviate staffing shortages at long-term care facilities; Afton man faces charges over backyard runway; Wild win opening game of season; and more.
A law passed by the Minnesota Legislature in June required the state to reopen all the stations.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency worked on the revisions for ten years and formally proposed the changes last winter. But the federal approval has left environmental activists reeling.
Plus: first-degree murder charge added against Highway 169 shooter; cops seen hunting protesters in Jaleel Stallings case collecting thousands in monthly pension payments; the return of Minneapolis rocker Cindy Lawson; and more.
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Whoever wins council seats this November, they’ll only hold them for two years, when new elections will be held with newly drawn ward boundaries. The process of redrawing those boundaries is already underway.
Registered patients will soon be able to buy marijuana in plant form and smoke it, a change that could eventually result in as many as 100,000 people in the program.