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Proposal to ban law enforcement use of facial recognition tech advances in Mpls.

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Council member who backs prohibition says its use "feels dystopian."
Politics

Minnesota tribes blast Rep. Stauber for opposing Interior nomination

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President Joe Biden spoke about the coronavirus, accompanied by Vice President Kamala Harris, in the State Dinning Room of the White House on Thursday
Business

Biden signs burst of virus orders, vows 'Help is on the way'

Local

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey says he's running for re-election

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People with appointments waited for their entry times Thursday at a vaccination site in Brooklyn Center, one of nine test clinics across Minnesota tha
Glen Stubbe, Star Tribune
People with appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations in Brooklyn Center waited Thursday for their entry times. They were allowed in five at a time for screening before receiving the vaccine. 

Minnesota senior test clinics expanding vaccine access

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The state also unveiled a new electronic COVID-19 case investigation system by which people who have tested positive will be invited via text message to answer questions about viral exposures online.
Part of the southeast corner of U.S. Bank Stadium sat exposed after zinc panels were removed to repair bubbling on the surface of the moisture barrier
Local

U.S. Bank Stadium's water woes surface again with bubbly replacement barriers

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Vikings offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak in September.
Sports

Kubiak announces retirement; Vikings to have sixth OC in as many years

Ron, left, and Al Lindner were inseparable fishing brothers.
Sports

Anderson: Inseparable Lindner brothers built a fishing empire like no other

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Can liberty survive all this 'unity'?

President Joe Biden's inaugural address was lacking some reassurances that citizens needed to hear, particularly that he would protect our freedom of speech.