Brooklyn Center City Council Holds Special Meeting Ahead Of Kim Potter TrialThe council looked ahead to a verdict, discussing potential unrest that may come.
Ilhan Omar Says She Hung Up On Lauren Boebert After She Refused To Publicly Apologize For 'Islamophobic Comments & Fabricated Lies'Rep. Ilhan Omar says she hung up Monday on Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert after the Colorado congresswoman refused to publicly apologize for anti-Muslim comments she made about her when speaking to supporters.
'He Could Easily Secure Seven-Figure Book Contract': Kyle Rittenhouse Ponders What's NextEven as Rittenhouse figures out his next moves, fundraising continues on his behalf, ostensibly to retire legal bills from his trial but perhaps in recognition that he may face civil lawsuits over the shootings.
Rep. Ilhan Omar Says Boebert's Remarks Were 'Anti-Muslim Bigotry'Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert apologized Friday for using anti-Muslim language in describing a recent encounter she had with Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota.
Special Legislative Session For Frontline Worker Bonus Checks, Drought Relief Remains UncertainBonus checks were promised to frontline workers months ago. As they now deal with another COVID surge, they could use them more than ever.
South Dakota Supreme Court Rules Against Marijuana LegalizationThe South Dakota Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower court's ruling that nullified a voter-passed amendment to the state constitution that would have legalized recreational marijuana use.
U.S. Military Medical Teams Arrive In Minnesota To Help Overwhelmed HospitalsAn emergency military medical team is on the ground in Minneapolis in a battle against COVID-19, which is surging in Minnesota and fueling a crisis of critical care access in hospitals across the state.
Pilot Program In Infrastructure Bill Would Allow For Younger Truck Drivers, But Key Could Be Bringing In More WomenAs America grapples with supply-chain bottlenecks—including fewer truck drivers on the road carrying goods—a new program in the federal infrastructure package would allow some 18-year-olds to drive 18-wheelers.
COVID In Minnesota: Forest Lake Closes City Offices Amid OutbreakA COVID-19 outbreak has led Forest Lake leaders to close city offices this week.
You Can Apply For Federal Assistance To Pay Rising Heat Bills This WinterA federal program to help Minnesotans behind on rent still has dollars to give out. So far 52,000 Minnesotans have applied for rental assistance here. In all, $80 million is still available to apply for in that rental help program.
In 1-On-1 Interview, Mayor Jacob Frey Discusses Surge In Violent Crime, Insists Minneapolis Is Safe"Minneapolis is a safe city, and simultaneously we are dealing with a very significant increase in crime, and specifically violent crimes. Let's be very clear, that is not acceptable in any way, shape or form."