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COVID-19 In MN: 90% Of Those Ages 65 And Up Have Received At Least 1 Vaccine DoseAs the governor extends his peacetime emergency powers for another month, Minnesota health officials on Monday reported 118 new COVID-19 cases and five additional deaths. Meanwhile, about 90% of seniors have received at least one vaccine dose.
Police: Armed Suspect Barricades Himself Inside Cannon Falls BuildingAuthorities in southern Minnesota are working to negotiate a peaceful end to a standoff situation in Cannon Falls where an armed suspect has barricaded himself in the apartment complex where he lives.
Hopkins Police Search For Suspect Who Assaulted Woman On LRT TrailA Hopkins woman escaped an assault while walking the LRT trail Thursday night and police are now asking for help in identifying the suspect.
Minn. Court Affirms Approvals Of Line 3 Pipeline Replacement Project; Opponents Vow To Stand Their GroundThe Minnesota Court of Appeals on Monday affirmed state regulators' key approvals of Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project, in a dispute that drew over 1,000 protesters to northern Minnesota last week.
'We Are In The Final Phases': Walz's Peacetime Emergency Powers Extended Another 30 DaysAs COVID-19 case rates wane in Minnesota, Gov. Tim Walz's peacetime emergency powers have been extended for yet another moth.
Zakariya Odowa, 18, Drowns In Waite Park QuarryAn 18-year-old St. Cloud man drowned in a quarry in Waite Park Saturday evening.
Just Days After Opening, Black-Owned Juice Bar Burglarized In South MinneapolisNot even a week into business, Minnesota’s first Black-owned juice bar was vandalized in south Minneapolis.
1 Killed, 3 Hurt After Driver Plows Into Protesters In UptownA woman was killed and three others hurt after an SUV plowed into a group of protesters Sunday night in Uptown.
Child Dies After Being Pulled From Woodbury Lake A child drowned Sunday evening in a lake in Woodbury.
3 Families Displaced After Fire In North Minneapolis Apartment ComplexThree families in north Minneapolis were displaced Sunday night after a fire in their apartment complex.
Legislature Set To Debate Police Reform During Special SessionAs the special session of the legislature kicks off Monday, one of the topics that will be debated is police reform.
Minnesota Legislature Anticipates Monday's Special Session With Unfinished BusinessThe Minnesota legislature will begin a special session Monday to hash out the $52 billion budget and resolve remaining policy disputes as quickly as possible to avoid a government shutdown.