Coronavirus
June 10
University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel

University of Minnesota president pitches 1.5% tuition increase

Tuition hike would apply to students at U's five campuses.
Local
June 10
No Good Candy will stock snacks popular in Chicago but hard to find in St. Cloud, such as Vitner’s chips and Kool-Aid pickles.

Chicago natives bring candy store, soul food truck to St. Cloud

The store is opening this summer on the ground floor of Radio City Music Mall downtown.
Local
June 10

Republicans vote to extend land stewardship program 4 years

The Legislature's Republican-controlled budget committee on Thursday voted to extend Wisconsin's contentious land stewardship program for four years, rather than another decade as Democratic Gov. Tony Evers wanted.
Local
June 10
Shaun Laden, MFT/ESP President spoke at news conference advocating a moratorium on new and expanded charter schools

St. Paul charter school's illegal investment spurs call for moratorium

Critics say accountability is lacking.
Local
June 10
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo shown in June.

Mpls. council committee calls for releasing $5M for police overtime

The move would offset some cuts council members made to MPD funding during budget discussions last fall.
Chauvin Trial
June 10
Derek Chauvin trial juror Journee Howard.

Chauvin juror breaks down what worked for prosecution

The 25-year-old Minneapolis woman gave high marks to the prosecution's lung specialist and the Minneapolis police chief.
Local
June 10
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Midtown Greenway safety project near completion in south Minneapolis

Preparation for the project started in 2016.
Business
June 10
Tia Newcomer, the new CEO of Eagan-based CaringBridge.

Tia Newcomer named CEO of Eagan-based CaringBridge

Tia Newcomer has been named CEO of CaringBridge, taking the reins as the third leader in the Eagan-based nonprofit's 24-year history.The organization announced Thursday that…
Business
June 10

Amazon now says remote work OK 2 days a week

Corporate and tech employees at Amazon won't have to work in offices full time after coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
Local
June 10

Neo-Nazi group members linked to attack plot plead guilty

Two neo-Nazi group members whose talk of planning an attack at a Virginia gun rights rally was secretly recorded by the FBI pleaded guilty on Thursday to gun charges.
Duluth
June 10

Ham Lake man killed in crash north of Cloquet

Authorities said alcohol appears to be a contributing factor.
Business
June 10

Hertz on track to exit bankruptcy protection this month

Hertz will likely emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection by the end of the month after a bankruptcy court confirmed the reorganization plan for the beleaguered car rental company.
Duluth
June 10
Táami, a four-week-old Black Crested Mangabey, explored his surroundings while being watched by his mother, Kiwi, at the Lake Superior Zoo on Thursda

Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth welcomes a baby monkey

The black-crested mangabeys are among only 28 in the United States.
Duluth
June 10
Law enforcement officers formed a line between protesters and an Enbridge pump station Monday.

Native American contractors' letter seeks end to protests over Line 3 pipeline

The letter said it's a 'false narrative that there is no Native American support for this project.'
Local
June 10
Flames inside the Top 2 Bottom Fashion store in Brooklyn Park on April 19.

Reward offered to solve Brooklyn Park strip mall arson

Two suspects are wanted for starting the fire at the K & J Shopping Center on April 19.
Local
June 10
In Owatonna, Minn., the Hadt siblings, from left, Riley, 14, Carter, 11, and Abigail, 7, took advantage of the weather to read outside.

Boom in online programs could reshape Minn. education

From Albert Lea to Bemidji to St. Paul, the number of public school districts and charters racing to build online academies is soaring.
The line to get into Roller Garden on May 5.

Bids roll in for a piece of the Roller Garden in St. Louis Park

Fans are eager take home a piece of the past.
Local
June 10

Man gets prison sentence for beheading bear on reservation

A federal judge has sentenced a man to 15 months in prison for killing and then beheading a 700-pound (320-kilogram) black bear on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota.
Local
June 10

Wisconsin GOP to head to Arizona to watch ballot review

A group of Wisconsin GOP legislators plan to fly to Arizona to watch a contentious review of 2020 ballots.