Duluth
June 10
Táami, a four-week-old Black Crested Mangabey, explored his surroundings while being watched by his mother, Kiwi, at the Lake Superior Zoo on Thursda

Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth welcomes a baby monkey

The black-crested mangabeys are among only 28 in the United States.
Duluth
June 10
Law enforcement officers formed a line between protesters and an Enbridge pump station Monday.

Native American contractors' letter seeks end to protests over Line 3 pipeline

The letter said it's a 'false narrative that there is no Native American support for this project.'
Local
June 10
Flames inside the Top 2 Bottom Fashion store in Brooklyn Park on April 19.

Reward offered to solve Brooklyn Park strip mall arson

Two suspects are wanted for starting the fire at the K & J Shopping Center on April 19.
Local
June 10
In Owatonna, Minn., the Hadt siblings, from left, Riley, 14, Carter, 11, and Abigail, 7, took advantage of the weather to read outside.

Boom in online programs could reshape Minn. education

From Albert Lea to Bemidji to St. Paul, the number of public school districts and charters racing to build online academies is soaring.
The line to get into Roller Garden on May 5.

Bids roll in for a piece of the Roller Garden in St. Louis Park

Fans are eager take home a piece of the past.
Local
June 10

Man gets prison sentence for beheading bear on reservation

A federal judge has sentenced a man to 15 months in prison for killing and then beheading a 700-pound (320-kilogram) black bear on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota.
Local
June 10

Wisconsin GOP to head to Arizona to watch ballot review

A group of Wisconsin GOP legislators plan to fly to Arizona to watch a contentious review of 2020 ballots.
Local
June 10
MnDOT crews made an emergency repair after a pavement buckled earlier this week on Hwy. 212 near Mitchell Road in Eden Prairie.

Twin Cities roads are buckling under the extreme heat

MnDOT has fixed 43 road explosions as of Thursday, and anticipates there will be more.
Local
June 10

Police lies negate Wisconsin man's sexual assault conviction

A state appeals court has tossed out a Sheboygan Falls man's sexual assault conviction because a police officer lied when he told him that he'd never get a chance to testify at his trial.
Local
June 10
In this image from video, defense attorney Eric Nelson, left, and defendant, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin address Hennepin County J

Explainer: Chauvin's lawyer asks to probe alleged jury bias

The defense attorney for the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd is seeking not only a new trial but also a hearing to "impeach the verdict" by investigating potential juror misconduct.
Coronavirus
June 10
Hayden Ring, 21, looked up as he got his second dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine during a free COVID-19 vaccination event at Hamline University in

Pandemic still declining 4 weeks after end of state mask mandate

Four-week mark considered a key indicator of the impact of any changes in pandemic strategy, including the end of the mandate
Local
June 10
The front entrance of Cambia Hills around the time of its opening in March 2020.

Minnesota adolescent mental health treatment facility closes abruptly

Cambia Hills cites payment dispute with state regulators as reason for closing.
Business
June 10

Culture of Corruption: ex-UAW leader gets 28-month sentence

He plotted to steal up to $1.5 million in union dues, and the money he diverted was spent on golf clubs, vacation homes, booze and lavish meals, fostering a culture of corruption within the United Auto Workers union.
Local
June 10

Minnesota graduation rates hold steady despite pandemic

High school graduation rates in Minnesota held steady in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting the last few months of the school year.
Local
June 10

Former rivals Walker, Doyle join together to promote vaccine

Former Wisconsin governors Jim Doyle and Scott Walker don't agree on much, but they are joining together to call for people to get the COVID-19 vaccine in a new public service television advertisement.
Local
June 10
Ballots collected the Minneapolis DFL convention in 2017 (Star Tribune file photo by David Joles)

Minneapolis DFL fails to endorse in six of 13 City Council races

Five incumbents, a challenger and one vying for an open seat get nods.
Local
June 10

Lawsuit accuses law firm's boss of firings due to politics

Three former partners at a St. Cloud law firm are suing the firm's president after he allegedly fired them because they warned him that firing other employees based on their political beliefs is illegal.
Local
June 10

Wisconsin Veterans Museum to re-open in July

The Wisconsin Veterans Museum plans to reopen next month after state officials shut it down for 16 months amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local
June 10

Former Cheerios plant to become $16m office complex

A former Cheerios plant in northeast Minneapolis will become a $16 million office complex.