Officials Call For End To 4th Precinct Occupation, Protesters Vow To Stay City and community leaders are saying "enough is enough" and are calling for protesters to end their encampment of the 4th Precinct on Minneapolis’ north side. Bakk: Food Shelves In Iron Range Need Help Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk is helping raise money for food shelves on the reeling Iron Range.
MN Surplus Expected To Top $1B, Possible Tax Cuts in ’16 Gov. Dayton To Steel Company: Repay MN Vendors Minn. Planned Parenthood Centers Undeterred By Colo. Shootings Twin Cities Black Lives Matter Leader Running For State Legislature Lawmakers Debate Special Session To Discuss Disparities Among Black Community So Far, Gov. Walker Fails To Bag A Buck Legal Fight Brewing Over PolyMet Mine Decisions Clinton Sets Minnesota Visit For Mid-December Minnesota GOP Volunteer Dismissed After ‘Negro Problem’ Tweet Dayton Calls GOP PolyMet Talk Distraction To Avoid Special Session
United Healthcare CEO Calls ACA Exchange Expansion A ‘Bad Decision’ UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley says the nation's biggest health insurer made a bad decision when it dove deeper into the Affordable Care Act's public insurance exchanges this year. Body Found In Monticello ID’d As Missing St. Cloud Man The body of an adult male found in Monticello Sunday has been identified as that of the missing St. Cloud man Tyler Berg. The Midwest Medical Examiner's Office confirmed the identity on Tuesday morning.
Mpls. School Locked Down Over Student’s BB Gun Men Charged In 4th Precinct Shootings To Appear In Court Hennepin Co. Law Enforcement Agencies Conduct Warrant Sweep Civil Lawsuits Filed Against Children’s Theatre Company, Fmr. Artistic Director Longtime U Of M Professor Hy Berman Dies At 90 4 Things To Know: Rosa Parks, World AIDS Day, 4th Precinct Protests & More Cooking With WCCO: Stracchi With Beef Cheek Agrodolce Minnesotan To Meet: Pianist Steven C. Anderson Mpls. Man Charged In Disappearance Of His Child’s Mother An Overview Of The Jamar Clark Shooting