Plus: One hospitalized in Isanti County house explosion; TJ Maxx to close St. Paul Midway location; UnitedHealth Group to move from Minnetonka headquarters; and more.
Jerry Sparby was principal of Cold Spring Elementary in 2003, when a student at nearby ROCORI High School shot and killed two classmates.
Most searches by police require a judge’s OK, but there are exceptions that have long been endorsed by state and federal courts, with the so-called automobile exception being at issue in this latest ruling.
Plans for Power 104.7 include brief news segments between sets of music.
Plus: “Open Streets Minneapolis” events see decrease in gun crimes; Northern Lights will be visible to Minnesotans on Monday night; Minnesota Twins manager Rocco Baldelli on paternity leave; and more.
At the Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative’s (MRCTI) annual meeting this week in Bemidji, Minnesota, about 30 mayors unanimously voted in favor of pursuing a compact that would span more than 2,300 miles of river.
Plus: Shooting at the Stock & Barrel Gun Club leaves one woman dead; behind the scenes at HCMC’s emergency department; NPR goes to Leech Lake and Red Lake to tell a tale of two tribal nations; and more.
The amount of nitrogen applied to U.S. corn crops has increased 120 million pounds annually since 2000, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Democrats are throwing Hunter Biden under the bus while protesting Republicans’ move toward an impeachment inquiry.
Chef and restauranteur Ann Kim (Pizzeria Lola, Hello Pizza, Young Joni, Sooki & Mimi and Kim’s) and Planned Parenthood North Central States President & CEO Ruth Richardson will join the lineup.
CUHCC opened in 1966, with University of Minnesota Medical School professors wanting to provide care to low-income community members, refugees and immigrants.
Plus: Man arrested in Minnesota after fatal shooting of Iowa police officer; Timberwolves to end partnership with WCCO, moving to new broadcast partnership; what Delta’s Sky Miles Medallion program changes mean for fliers; and more.
The prestigious weeklong Leadership Academy for Diversity in Media takes place in October in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Plus: The Met Council has approved a $75 million grant to jump-start the Blue Line light-rail extension; Emily Larson and Roger Reinert debate in Duluth; fire tears through the Hastings Creamery building; and more.
See who’s on the ballot where you live — and where the candidates stand on several hot topics like rent control, police department spending, sales taxes and trash collection.
So far this summer, the Letteracy Deck has attracted a few thousand visitors, tourists and locals alike, to connect and rediscover the lost art of sending postcards.
The task force has until February to recommend whether the Legislature should make the Met Council an elected body or adopt other changes in governance.
Students can’t make up pandemic losses if they aren’t in class. Yet in many schools, 1 in 4 — or fewer — students show up on a regular basis.
Plus: Dakota County considering more long-term efforts to address growing homeless issue; Eastlake Craft Brewery to close; law enforcement once again calls for special session on SROs; and more.
Plus: Mother of shooting victim almost shot on the same spot; Carver County Library Board votes to keep “Gender Queer: A Memoir” available to check out; Minneapolis Animal Care and Control waving adoption fees on Friday; and more.