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ICU beds in use hit record daily high in Minn.

After donning personal protective equipment, registered nurse Sarah Neva sanitizes her hands before going in to check on a COVID-19 patient at Bethesd
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As Minnesotans marked the official start of summer, the number of COVID-19 patients in intensive care climbed to a record high of 248 with the largest increase in a single day.

Minnesota Poll: Gov. Walz's approval ratings grow in crisis

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Gov. Tim Walz's approval rating has risen as he navigates the coronavirus crisis, with two in three registered voters supporting his performance on the job, a Minnesota Poll found.
World

WHO warns that 1st wave of pandemic not over, dampens hopes

8:25am
Cindy Lambing of Minneapolis, sniffed some cleaning soap while shopping at Linden Hills Coop.
Local

Minneapolis mask rules go into effect tonight; what you need to know

6:44am
The scene Monday night on the 3700 block of Chicago Avenue in south Minneapolis.
Libor Jany, Star Tribune
The scene Monday night on the 3700 block of Chicago Avenue in south Minneapolis.

In-custody death of man in south Minneapolis investigated

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The FBI has joined the investigation into the in-custody death of a man on Minneapolis' South Side Monday evening, who was seen in a bystander's video repeatedly telling police he couldn't breathe as they held him down.
Mystic Lake Casino in Shakopee in a March 7, 2019 file photo
Local

Minnesota casinos begin to reopen with safeguards in place

8:19am
Twins' minor league team renting its stadium on Airbnb for $1,500 a night
Sports

Twins' minor league team renting its stadium on Airbnb for $1,500 a night

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KSTP's "Nightcast" team (from left): meteorologist Wren Clair and anchors Kevin Doran and Lindsey Brown.
Variety

With new 'Nightcast,' KSTP-TV takes a deeper approach to 10 p.m. news

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State Senator Julie Rosen, R-Vernon Center.
Sports

Prep sports eligibility rules get fresh heat from government, parents

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 Curious Minnesota

Listen: Why do so many Fortune 500 companies call Minnesota home?

Minnesota has more than its fair share of big companies that got started here with next to nothing — in a Minneapolis garage (Medtronic), a Roseau metalworking job shop (Polaris) and a stereo components store in St. Paul (Best Buy).