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Gov. Walz to convene a third special session to start Wednesday

The governor also announced he'll appeal the federal denial of the state's request for post-riot aid as well as seek an extension of emergency powers.
Local

State's COVID cases increasing among long-term care residents

Thousands of bikers rode through the streets for the opening day of the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle rally Friday, Aug. 7, 2020, in Sturgis, S.D.
Local

Harleys everywhere, masks nowhere: Sturgis draws thousands

Politics

Virus causing financial pain even for people still working

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A prayer circle at 38th Street and S. Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis, the intersection where George Floyd was killed. Plans to reopen the area are begi
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A prayer circle at 38th Street and S. Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis, the intersection where George Floyd was killed. Plans to reopen the area are beginning to take shape.

Minneapolis to partially reopen 38th & Chicago starting Aug. 17

The intersection where George Floyd was killed became the site of demonstrations and memorials.
 Curious Minnesota
Young cannibis plants in a growing room Thursday, Dec. 19, 2019, at Leafline Labs in Cottage Grove.

Why is recreational marijuana not legal in Minnesota?

Since 2012, 11 states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for recreational use ­— that includes other Midwestern states like Michigan and Illinois. But not Minnesota.
Space for small retailers on the first floor of the Lowa46 Apartment complex on 46th Street has been empty for 20 months.
Business

Twin Cities developers push back on mandated storefronts in apartment buildings

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Wild goalie Alex Stalock watches as the Vancouver Canucks celebrate a goal during the second period
Sports

In the blink of an eye, Wild's season comes to an end with OT loss

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People are making the most of their homes by adding space both indoors and outdoors. This porch in northern Minnesota was designed by Rehkamp Larson A

How the pandemic is shaping Minnesota's homes

The pandemic is changing the places we live, from remote workstations to creating spaces for small daily pleasures, like saunas.
The Frederick E. Murphy Co. was built in 1912.
Variety

Twin Cities auto showrooms once were as beautiful as the cars

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Opinion

TikTok dispute quickens the 'technology Cold War'

President Donald Trump's executive orders regarding TikTok and WeChat reflect a deepening rift between the U.S. and China.