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Minneapolis City Council Approves 7 New Cultural Districts To Advance Equity, Fuel Economic GrowthOn Friday, the City Council approved an ordinance establishing seven new cultural districts in Minneapolis. 
Jamal Osman Provisionally Wins Ward 6 Special ElectionThe Minneapolis City Council will welcome their newest member: Jamal Osman from Ward 6. 
Restrictions At Canadian-U.S. Border Extended To September At EarliestFriday's statement by Canada's Public Safety Minister Bill Blair came a day after Mexico announced a similar measure for its border with the United States.
100 Minneapolis Police Officers Expected To Leave Department By Year's EndMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey announced during a budget address Friday that 100 police officers are expected to leave the city’s department by the end of the year.
Trump To Make Campaign Stops Monday At Mankato Airport, Central Wisconsin President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign officially announced Friday that the president will visit Minnesota and Wisconsin next week.
Records: Staffer Accused Wisconsin Lawmaker Of Drunken PropositionThe state Assembly's chief clerk released records of a legislative aide's sexual harassment complaint against a freshman Democratic lawmaker, months after news organizations sued to gain access to them.
'The Virus Has A Vote': WCCO Talks To Minnesota Homeland Security Director About COVID-19 6 Months OnMinnesota's health leaders are planning their fight against COVID for one year from now.
More US Churches Sue To Challenge COVID-19 RestrictionsChurches in California and Minnesota, backed by a conservative legal group, filed lawsuits this week against the governors of their states challenging restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak that they contend are violations of religious liberty.
State Workplace Safety Commissioner Ousted In Partisan Senate VoteAnger was palpable as Gov. Tim Walz reacted to Senate Republicans' rejection of Nancy Leppink as his commissioner of Labor and Industry.