Ethics complaint against ex-MPD Chief Arradondo dismissed

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Mayor Jacob Frey issued Arradondo a letter of reprimand for misusing city resources over news conference before election.
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Ambulances lined up outside the Emergency Department at United Hospital in St. Paul.
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Ambulances lined up outside the Emergency Department at United Hospital in St. Paul.

Metro hospitals halt ambulance diversions amid COVID-19 crush

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Overuse of ambulance diversions during the pandemic has led to constant closing and reopening of ERs that left EMS crews and patients frustrated.
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People — many of them wearing masks — attend a relief event at the Duluth Armory in 1918, following the northern Minnesota wildfires.

What was life like in Minnesota during the flu pandemic of 1918?

The deadly event a century ago — amid a world war and historic wildfires — is a stark reminder that things today could be worse.
Bartenders and friends Chelsey Noack, right, and Mary Jackson toasted with mocktails — a lavender lemonade and a boyhattan.
Variety

Two Twin Cities bartenders are now Sober Sallys, sharing the joy of mocktails

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The Taste team shares the highlights of their weekly dining experiences.
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How crypto echoes subprime

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