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KARE 11
KARE 11

(763) 546-1111

8811 Olson Memorial Hwy
Minneapolis, MN 55427   Directions

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Dog stolen with SUV from Bloomington hotel found safe
01/25/2021 2:22pm

Officers say the hotel has video of the suspect and they are looking into those images to try and locate that person.

Live updates: Minnesota COVID-19 cases, deaths dip to lowest in months
01/25/2021 2:18pm

The latest developments on COVID-19 spread in Minnesota and Wisconsin, vaccine distribution, restrictions and the return to schools for some students.

Here are the coronavirus cases confirmed in MN, WI
01/25/2021 2:11pm

Heres an up-to-date rundown of the coronavirus cases in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Man killed in St. Paul hit-and-run identified
01/25/2021 1:29pm

Police say 68-year-old John Benjamin was walking near Margaret Street and McKnight Road on Friday, Jan. 22 when a motorist fatally struck him and sped off.

Vaccine sign-up for Minnesota adults 65+ will no longer be first come, first served
01/25/2021 11:26am

State residents ages 65 and older will now have a 24-hour window to register to be randomly selected to receive the vaccine.

KSTP
KSTP

(651) 646-5555

3415 University Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55114   Directions

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MinnPost
MinnPost

(612) 455-6950

900 6th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions

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Walz calls for carbon-free electricity in Minnesota by 2040
01/25/2021 2:17pm

Plus: what its like to work at Amazons fulfillment center Target paying out bonuses to most workers and more.

Minnesota should vaccinate teachers next 
01/25/2021 1:27pm

I am calling for all Minnesotans to put their heart and soul into safely reopening K-12 schools.

After COVID-related livestock kills, a push to diversify meat processing in Minnesota
01/25/2021 11:14am

Processing plant closures due to coronavirus forced farmers to euthanize hundreds of thousands of animals. Now, many of the biggest players in Minnesota agriculture are debating how to strengthen the food system.

After the Capitol riot, Minnesota corporations are stopping their political giving. Don’t expect that to last
01/25/2021 9:20am

Some observers see the changes as too little, too late. And indeed, what good is it to halt political donations when there arent any major elections happening

‘Trump’s American Carnage’ looks back at what we just survived
01/25/2021 9:19am

This is not over. This is an ongoing attack on democracy, says anti-Trump Republican commentator Charlie Sykes.

Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal
Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal

(612) 288-2100

333 S 7th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402   Directions

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Mystery grocer in Burnsville project is using Amazon’s code name
01/25/2021 12:57pm

A proposed modification of the Cobblestone Court shopping center in Burnsville would add a 40,000-square-foot grocery store, and signs literally point to Amazon as the tenant.

Lake Harriet home hits market with enormous skylight, indoor lap pool (Photos)
01/25/2021 11:43am

A classic home with a contemporary flair, located on the east side of Lake Harriet, just hit the market for $1.55 million. The Mediterranean styled home, built in 1923, is filled with mid-century stylings that make it truly a work of art inside and out, according to the listing. The 8,760-square-foot floor plan is equally divided between the original build, and a contemporary addition on the back half. This split is ideal for having parties on the modern side, while the original side is a cozier

St. Cloud developing recovery plan for small businesses hurt by Covid-19
01/25/2021 10:38am

St. Cloud officials are weighing a package of policy moves aimed at helping local businesses survive the downturn brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.The St. Cloud Times talks with Mayor Dave Kleis, who outlined proposals that could offer new sources of capital for businesses, or at least lower their costs until the pandemic lifts.One possibility includes a revolving loan program for affected businesses, especially those downtown, using $300,000 in funding from the state that came before the

Minneapolis/St. Paul suburbs, Duluth weigh clampdown on short-term rentals, vacation homes
01/25/2021 7:29am

The debate over short-term rental properties is spreading beyond high-profile urban locations, with local governments from the north metro to the North Shore considering restrictions on the practice. The Star Tribune reports on efforts in Roseville to put limits on homes rented through sites like Airbnb and VRBO following complaints of raucous parties at single-family homes onLake McCarrons. Other suburbs, like Prior Lake and Spring Park, have also restricted home rentals either by time or

Minneapolis lags on demolition help for riot-scarred properties, threatens fines instead
01/25/2021 7:16am

Minneapolis business owners whose properties were heavily damaged by last years riots are still waiting for promised demolition help from the city. Instead, officials are threatening some of them with fines.The Star Tribune reports on the issue, which still persists months after Minneapolis agreed to pay for demolition at 18 properties along Lake Street and North Minneapolis. Property owners at those sites had complained about the fast-rising costs of demolition services, which in some cases could

The Minnesota Daily
The Minnesota Daily

(612) 627-4080

2221 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions

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The Star Tribune
The Star Tribune

(612) 673-4000

650 3rd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55488   Directions

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Twin Cities faces 'pinch point' over landfilling
01/25/2021 10:29am

State regulators who have fought to reduce landfilling in the metro area must now decide whether to allow more of it.

Barnum HS girls basketball coach charged with sexually assaulting a player
01/25/2021 1:38pm

He assaulted her three times at her home this month, according to the charges.

Snow emergencies declared in Minneapolis, St. Paul
01/24/2021 12:12pm

Motorists being alerted to move their vehicles or risk a hefty bill.

California proposal would extend eviction rule through June
01/25/2021 2:02pm

California plans to extend eviction protections through the end of June while using federal money to pay off up to 80 of most tenants&39 unpaid rent, according to an agreement announced Monday between Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state&39s top two legislative leaders.

Twin Cities Pioneer Press
Twin Cities Pioneer Press

(651) 222-1111

10 River Park Plaza
Saint Paul, MN 55107   Directions

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Blaine Police Department survey asks, ‘How can we do better?’
01/25/2021 2:27pm

The Blaine Police Department wants to know what its communitys priorities are when it comes to police resources. A 29-question online survey, which expires this Saturday, will help guide the department in setting goals to be more involved and proactive. I want to be more visible in our community beyond just taking calls and making

US virus numbers drop, but race against new strains heats up
01/25/2021 2:18pm

The effort to snuff out COVID-19 is becoming an urgent race between the vaccine and the mutating virus.

St. Paul Public Schools to curb construction spending this year
01/25/2021 2:07pm

Despite halting planning on new capital projects, St. Paul Public Schools plans to borrow $67 million this year to pay for ongoing construction at several schools. The school board already has signed off on $15 million in bonds covered by the annual property tax levy. In the coming months, theyll be asked to consider an

Gophers men’s gymnastics star Shane Wiskus to miss start of season
01/25/2021 2:06pm

University of Minnesota mens gymnast Shane Wiskus will not compete for the Gophers when they begin their season with a home meet Saturday against Iowa. Wiskus, a senior from Spring Park, Minn., who has been named Big Ten gymnast of the year in each of his first three seasons with the Gophers, has elected to

Biden orders COVID-19 travel restrictions, adds South Africa
01/25/2021 2:05pm

WASHINGTON AP President Joe Biden on Monday reinstated COVID-19 travel restrictions on most non-U.S. travelers from Brazil, Ireland, the United Kingdom and 26 other European countries that allow travel across open borders. He also added South Africa to the list.

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