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A Preview Of Minnesota's 2022 Legislative SessionIt's back to business for Minnesota lawmakers next week.
How Will Minnesota Spend $7B Surplus?Minnesota lawmakers get back to work next week, and today, we'll learn more about how they want to spend the state's $7 billion surplus.
WATCH: Robbinsdale Council Member Flees Police In DWI ChaseA city council member is in jail after police say he drove drunk and took off when police tried to stop him.
Ukrainian-Minnesotans Watch As Tensions Rise In HomelandAn estimated 10,000 to 20,000 Minnesotans have ties to Ukraine. David Schuman shares how the events across the world are making an impact here at home.
FBI Fraud Investigation Spills Over To State CapitolThe FBI alleges the St. Anthony-based “Feeding Our Future” took tens of millions of dollars in federal child nutrition money and funneled it to people who spent lavishly.
Gov. Walz Joins Calls For Sheriff Hutchinson’s ResignationThe sheriff of Minnesota’s largest county says he won’t resign after a DWI conviction. Caroline Cummings looks into the rules for sheriffs, who are elected by the people they serve.
Dayton Family Opposes Changes To Orono’s Summit Beach ParkOne of Minnesota's wealthiest families is fighting to stop a Twin Cities suburb from developing a city park.
Why Most St. Paul Diners Won’t Need To Show Vax StatusChange is on the menu for many Twin Cities restaurants, with requirements starting Wednesday for customers to either have a vaccine or a negative COVID test. However, a little-known rule is adding to confusion for spots in St. Paul.
Sen. Klobuchar Returns From Ukraine VisitThe White House is warning that a Russian attack on Ukraine could happen at any moment.
Good Question: What Are The Rules For Cameras In The Courtroom?Next week, three former Minneapolis police officers will go on trial in federal court for violating George Floyd's civil rights. There will be no cameras in the courtroom, which is different from Derek Chauvin's trial that was livestreamed around the world.
Hennepin Ave. Redesign Draws Mixed Reactions From Neighbors, BusinessesErin Hassanzadeh talked with stakeholders about the safety benefits and potential business nightmares from the proposed revamp of one of Minneapolis’ busiest streets.
Restaurants Grapple With New COVID RestrictionsThe mayors of Minneapolis and St. Paul announced a new vaccination requirement Wednesday for all businesses that serve food and drink. Erin Hassanzadeh shows us how that will work.
Hamse Warfa Tapped To Advise U.S. State DepartmentPresident Joe Biden has called one of Minnesota's top public servants to the nation's capital.
Mayor Jacob Frey, New City Council Members Sworn InMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and the new city council were sworn in Monday morning at the city’s convention center – and they’re promising a comeback for the city following crime and health crises.
Central MN Doctor Urges Politicians To Make New Mask MandateDoctors in central Minnesota say they've seen COVID-19 cases spike 250% in recent weeks. Now, they're making a desperate plea to policy makers.
Youth Government Program Allows Aspiring Future Lawmakers To Find Their VoiceAspiring lawmakers, judges and lobbyists filled the halls of the state capital as YMCA's Youth in Government session got underway Friday.
Public Officials Calling For Sheriff Hutchinson's ResignationFive of Hennepin County's seven commissioners and a Minneapolis City Council member have joined the call for Sheriff Dave Hutchinson to resign following his drunk driving conviction last month.
FBI Has Made 700 Jan. 6 Arrests So FarThursday marks one year since a pro-Trump mob stormed the United States Capitol. Five people died in the attack, and about 140 police officers were hurt.
Sen. Klobuchar Holds Hearing To Review Capitol SecurityHomeland Security, the FBI, and Capitol Police are warning that extremists might take advantage of the upcoming anniversary of the Jan. 6 storming of the capitol.
FULL INTERVIEW: Sheriff Hutchinson Talks About DWI ConvictionIn his first TV interview following his DWI conviction, Hennepin County Sheriff Dave Hutchinson says he won't resign, and he plans to run for re-election.
Talking Points: Suburban Mayors Team Up To Address CrimeSome Twin Cities mayors are forming an unprecedented alliance to fight back against rising crime.
Mother Who Championed Affordable Insulin Law Still Fighting For Lower Drug CostsNicole Smith Holt has lead a tireless battle to make insulin and other drugs affordable.
Interview: Edina Mayor Jim Hovland On Suburban Anti-Crime CoalitionRecent carjackings prompted five suburbs to form a coalition to battle crime.
Talking Points: Rep. Omar Speaks Out On IslamophobiaThe U.S. House is expected to vote on a bill that would establish a special state department envoy to battle Islamophobia. The bill is being written by Rep. Ilhan Omar, who last month was the target of Islamophobic remarks by Rep. Lauren Boebert.

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