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Man Allegedly Pulls Gun Over Lack of Masks At Fitness Club
A Twin Cities-area man accused of pointing a gun at a fitness club manager after complaining that members were exercising without masks was charged Monday with assault with a dangerous weapon.
IRS Says Executors Undervalued Prince’s Estate by 50%
The controversy over Prince's estate is heating up again after the Internal Revenue Service said administrators have undervalued it by 50%, or about $80 million.
Minnesota Eatery Serves Meals in Fish Houses During Pandemic
A central Minnesota restaurant owner has turned one of the state’s favorite winter shelters into an indoor-outdoor dining experience during the coronavirus pandemic.
Police Investigate Death at Minneapolis Homeless Encampment
Police say they are investigating the death of a man whose body was found inside a tent at a Minneapolis homeless encampment.
Virus Forces Changes as Minnesota Legislature Opens Tuesday
The Minnesota Legislature convenes for its 2021 regular session Tuesday, and it won't like anything like normal.
Minnesota GOP Lawmakers Sue to Undo State Employee Pay Raise
A pair of Minnesota Republican lawmakers is suing the state’s budget agency in an attempt to halt pay raises for state employees.
Minnesota Offering More Cash for Black Spruce Seed
The state is reportedly paying $85 a bushel, up from $70 last year.
Minnesota Woman Dies After ATV Falls Through Frozen Lake
A woman died after an ATV she was riding in fell through the ice on Kabekona Lake in northern Minnesota.
Minnesota High School Bans Steinbeck, Watson Novellas
A Minnesota high school has ordered instructors to stop teaching students about two novellas in the wake of complaints about their content.
Walz, State Officials Urge Teens Made Jobless by Pandemic to Seek Aid
Walz and other state officials urging high school workers who have lost their jobs due to the pandemic to apply for unemployment insurance funds.