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Calls for cuts to Mpls. police dominate first budget hearing

It set the tone for what is likely to be a series of controversial hearings as city leaders work first to revise this year's budget and then approve next year's.
Opposition to Rep. Ilhan Omar is fueling an unprecedented surge in donations to her top Democratic opponent, Antone Melton-Meaux.
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Omar's primary challenger takes wide lead in campaign money

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Tuberville defeats Sessions, wins Alabama Senate GOP primary

The Minneapolis police Third Precinct station, which was overrun by protesters and set ablaze in the unrest after the killing of George Floyd while in
Aaron Lavinsky, Star Tribune
The Minneapolis police Third Precinct station, which was overrun by protesters and set ablaze in the unrest after the killing of George Floyd while in police custody.

Rebuild of 3rd Precinct HQ to cost $10 million, estimate says

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz says he plans to appeal the federal agency's denial of his request for disaster aid.
BOLD Warriors halfback Blake Plass during last year's Class 1A Prep Bowl
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MSHSL takes urgent steps to address fall sports, budget woes

A subject received a shot in March in the first-stage safety study clinical trial of a potential vaccine by Moderna for COVID-19 at the Kaiser Permane
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First COVID-19 vaccine tested in US poised for final testing

On Tuesday, New York added Minnesota to its COVID-19 travel restriction list. July is typically a popular time for air travel at the Minneapolis-St. P
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Minnesota case blip triggers New York travel restriction

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How risky is using a public restroom during the COVID-19 pandemic?

More Minnesotans are venturing out, but still avoiding public restrooms. Is the worry warranted?
Chris Causey’s view from his Rainy Lake island property.
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Border ban keeps Minnesotans from their Canadian getaways

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Ninety-five years ago, Sinclair Lewis published a chronicle of our pandemic foretold

With "Arrowsmith," in 1925, the Nobel novelist from Minnesota published a scientifically and sociologically perceptive story that's worth renewed attention.