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Vikings Promote Andre Patterson To Assistant Head CoachThe Minnesota Vikings have announced the promotion of Andre Patterson to assistant head coach and hired Robert Steeples and Marquis Johnson in additional positions.
Minneapolis Will Not Impose Curfew Wednesday Night, Brooklyn Park & Champlin WillThe City of Minneapolis will not impose a mandatory curfew Wednesday evening, after curfews were called Monday and Tuesday nights in the wake of the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright.
Derek Chauvin Trial, April 14 Live Updates: Under Cross Examination, Defense's Medical Expert Agrees Floyd Needed 'Immediate Emergency Attention' For Cardiac ArrestThe defense in the Derek Chauvin trial is expected to call medical experts on Wednesday as it attempts to sow doubt on whether the former Minneapolis police officer's actions killed George Floyd, rather than underlying health conditions or drug use. It remains unknown if Chauvin will take the stand in his own defense.
St. Paul Announces Road Closures To Support Outdoor ActivitiesMayor Carter announced closures of four city streets to vehicle traffic to support physically distant outdoor activities this spring and summer on Wednesday.
Executive Council Extends Gov. Walz's Emergency PowersMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz’s emergency powers during the COVID-19 pandemic have been extended for yet another month as cases continue to proliferate. The council, all Democrats, extended the powers by another 30 days.
Daunte Wright Shooting: Fmr. Brooklyn Center Officer Kim Potter Arrested, Charged With 2nd-Degree ManslaughterFormer Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter has been charged with second-degree manslaughter in the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright, according to the Washington County Attorney’s Office.
Report: Wis. Teachers Resign After Using 'Inappropriate' Slavery Lesson PlanThree Wisconsin middle school teachers have resigned after they put together a lesson for sixth-graders asking them how they would punish slaves.
COVID In Minnesota: 16 Deaths, 1,715 New Cases; Nearly 50% Of Eligible Minnesotans Have Received 1st Vaccine DoseHealth officials in Minnesota reported 1,715 new cases of COVID-19 and 16 additional deaths, as the number of eligible Minnesotans who have received their first vaccine dose nears 50%.
'Plus-Up' Stimulus Checks Going Out To Those Who Were UnderpaidMillions of Americans could soon be receiving an unexpected extra stimulus check.
Wis. Supreme Court: Gov. Evers Can't Limit Business CapacityThe Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that Gov. Tony Evers' administration does not have the authority to issue capacity limits on bars, restaurants and other businesses without the Legislature's approval, a ruling that comes two weeks after the conservative-controlled court struck down the state's mask mandate.
Watch The Derek Chauvin Trial LiveTestimony continues Wednesday in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer accused of murdering George Floyd.
Judge Cahill Denies Request To Acquit Derek Chauvin In George Floyd's DeathRequests for an acquittal are routinely made midway through a trial and are usually denied.

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Derek Chauvin Trial, April 14 Live Updates: Under Cross Examination, Defense's Medical Expert Agrees Floyd Needed 'Immediate Emergency Attention' For Cardiac ArrestThe defense in the Derek Chauvin trial is expected to call medical experts on Wednesday as it attempts to sow doubt on whether the former Minneapolis police officer's actions killed George Floyd, rather than underlying health conditions or drug use. It remains unknown if Chauvin will take the stand in his own defense.
St. Paul Announces Road Closures To Support Outdoor ActivitiesMayor Carter announced closures of four city streets to vehicle traffic to support physically distant outdoor activities this spring and summer on Wednesday.
Daunte Wright Shooting: Fmr. Brooklyn Center Officer Kim Potter Arrested, Charged With 2nd-Degree ManslaughterFormer Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter has been charged with second-degree manslaughter in the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright, according to the Washington County Attorney’s Office.
Report: Wis. Teachers Resign After Using 'Inappropriate' Slavery Lesson PlanThree Wisconsin middle school teachers have resigned after they put together a lesson for sixth-graders asking them how they would punish slaves.
State Patrol: Person Seriously Injured In Pile-Up On Icy Highway 169One person has been seriously injured after they were struck outside their vehicle by another vehicle in an icy pile-up on Highway 169 Wednesday morning.
79 People Arrested Following Third Night Of Protests Over Daunte Wright's KillingMore than 60 people were arrested following a third night of protesters clashing with police in Brooklyn Center over the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright.