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5 more die of virus in state; hospitalizations decline

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Sunday's numbers showed 519 new cases in Minnesota. Residents of long-term care and assisted-living facilities accounted for all of the newly announced deaths.
Nation

239 experts with 1 big claim: The coronavirus is airborne

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A sign warns drivers on Theodore Wirth Parkway that the road will be closed starting Monday July 6. Crews will be repaving the section from N. 29th Av
Local

Rough and uneven Wirth Parkway will get new pavement

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The statue of Sen. Knute Nelson on the Minnesota Capitol grounds. The Nelson Act of 1889, which relocated Indigenous Minnesotans to the White Earth Re
Leila Navidi, Star Tribune
The statue of Sen. Knute Nelson on the Minnesota Capitol grounds. The Nelson Act of 1889, which relocated Indigenous Minnesotans to the White Earth Reservation and sold their land to European settlers.

Stay or go? Debate grows over statues at Minnesota Capitol

In the 115-year history of the State Capitol building, memorials have only ever been added, never subtracted. That could soon change.
Security officer Ken Reese Jr., left, led the defense of the Midtown Global Market from vandals and looters. With him is market director Earlsworth �
Business

A humble defender of Allina-Midtown market inspires hope on E. Lake Street

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Among the myriad challenges employers face at the midpoint of this difficult year is how to manage the stockpiles of unused paid time off that many em
Business

Workplaces prepare for 'PTO bomb'

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Charles Adams III is not only a football coach, but he is also a police officer. He reached out to his players amid all the chaos after the May 25 kil
Sports

Football coach determined to keep driving change at Minneapolis North

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