It’s been quite the cold and wet month for the Twin Cities this June, according to weather officials.
This month, high school students in southern Minnesota will have a kangaroo, a fox and an armadillo in their classroom. In June, a nursing home will get a visit from a tortoise, a parrot and a dingo. It sounds strange, but it’s possible because of one guy who’s believed to be one of the youngest zookeepers in the country.
Two Minneapolis police officers have been fired after a June incident with Green Bay Police. In June, SWAT officers Brian Thole and Shawn Powell were visiting Green Bay off-duty.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources confirmed another research bear has been killed in northern Minnesota, making it the third research bear to have been shot this month.
A 22-year-old man from Robbinsdale has been charged with second-degree murder, among other charges, in connection with a fatal shooting in June, according to police.
The National Weather Service says International Falls reported a low of 30 degrees, a record low for the date. The previous record of 32 degrees was reached three times, most recently in 2009. Crane Lake reported a morning low of 28.
On this last day of May we’re looking back at what’s been a pretty gloomy month. In fact, solar radiation measurements at the University of Minnesota show this month was the third dreariest since 1963. The worst May of all was in 2005.
While the snow may fly fast and furious here in the Land of 10,000 Lakes during the winter months, it’s important to remember that you don’t have to trade being stylish for warmth. Check out this list of the best places to find discounted winter fashion and accessories in Minnesota.
Tit for Tat. Last week Christopher Walken recited some Honey Boo Boo lines.
It may be the most promising sign yet that the metro area is moving past the housing crisis. The latest report from the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors shows that pending home sales jumped 16 percent compared to last June.
Monday was the comfortable one with low humidity and temperatures peaking below average in the 70s. Tuesday will be the average one with highs climbing into the low 80s with a southeast wind blowing 10-15 mph.
Jeremy was born April 4, 1978 in Minnesota. Majority of his childhood was spent living in different locations and attending multiple schools around the Twin Cities.
Minnesota’s primary election is likely to stay in August for the foreseeable future.
A perennial push to set Minnesota’s primary election in early June has advanced through the state House.
Colossal sales enticed consumers to shop like it was 1999 last month. But higher prices ahead could cause the party to end.