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Elk River Teacher's Discussion On Police Violence And Unrest Angers Some ParentsSome parents are calling for an Elk River teacher to be fired after a discussion about police violence.
'Unbelievable' Pandemic Furniture Demand Causing Extreme Delivery DelaysWith so many people spending more time at home, furniture sales are shooting up to record levels. But waiting for furniture to be delivered is taking more time than ever.
Unnecessary Roughness? Former Gophers Claim Tough Practices Ended Football CareersFormer Gopher athletes have come forward with allegations of tough football practices that ended their careers -- and they're not alone.
Wisconsin Republicans To Vote On Election Law Changes, As Gov. Evers Readies Veto PenThe Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature was scheduled to vote Tuesday on bills making it more difficult to vote absentee, proposals that are all-but certain to be vetoed by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers but that GOP lawmakers say are needed to address issues that arose during last year's presidential election.
'U' Officials: Several Students Robbed Of Cellphones In Past 5 Days On Minneapolis CampusUniversity of Minnesota officials say 10 students have been victims of cellphone robberies and thefts in the past five days on the Minneapolis campus's East Bank.
Walz: Minnesota Ready To Vaccinate Children 12+ Once CDC Issues Guidance For Pfizer ShotGov. Tim Walz says Minnesota is ready to vaccinate children ages 12 to 15 after the Food and Drug Administration earlier Monday granted emergency use authorization for the Pfizer shot for that age range.
Minnesota To Get $200M More Than Expected In Federal AidDemocratic Gov. Tim Walz expressed hope Monday that new guidelines over how states can spend the aid might help speed up the slow pace of negotiations over the state's next budget.
'It Was A Shell Shock For Sure': Bills Before Legislature Aim To Bridge Child Care Access, Affordability GapsThe cost of child care forced Kate Downey to make a choice: leave her teaching job and start a child care business of her own to make it all work.
Mayor Frey: Calls To Defund Minneapolis Police Have Played Role In Crime SpikeShootings, some fatal, are all playing out in and around where people live and work in Minneapolis.
As Fishing Opener Approaches, DNR Expects Another Busy Season For AnglingNo matter where you go this fishing opener, there’s a good chance you’ll have company. A year ago fishing license sales spiked across the state, indeed the most in 21 years.
Maple Grove Police Identify Mother, 2 Young Kids Killed In CrashMaple Grove police have identified the mother and two young children killed in a car crash Saturday morning.
Ray McNeary, Accused Of Attempted St. Cloud Bank Robbery, Appears In CourtA judge set bail at $1 million Monday for the man accused of holding five bank employees hostage in St. Cloud.