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Minnesota Lawmakers Launch Push to Legalize Marijuana
Fifteen other states plus the District of Columbia have legalized recreational marijuana for adults to varying degrees.
NHL Cancels 2021 Minnesota Winter Classic at Target Field
The Winter Classic was scheduled to be played New Year's Day outdoors at Target Field in Minneapolis between the Minnesota Wild and St. Louis Blues.
High Schools to See Large Activities Fee Increases
The Minnesota State High School League is sending letters to school leaders outlining fee increases as much as 300% in order to make up for losses caused by the coronavirus.
Minneapolis Closes Indoor Bar Areas as Virus Cases Rise
The order takes effect Saturday and is aimed at what the city says is a major cause of cases rising more quickly than in the state as a whole.
Wisconsin Tavern League Calls for Opening Bars by May 1st
The Tavern League of Wisconsin is calling on Gov. Tony Evers to allow bars and restaurants to reopen on May 1, more than three weeks ahead of the end of the current stay-at-home order that has forced the closure of most nonessential businesses.
Minnesota Governor Promotes Mask Drive to Slow Virus Spread
Gov. Tim Walz is calling on Minnesota residents to make homemade masks for those most at risk of the coronavirus.
Vikings Re-sign Backups RB Ameer Abdullah, OL Brett Jones
The Minnesota Vikings re-signed two more of their own free agents.
This Year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee Canceled
The Scripps National Spelling Bee won't be held as scheduled this year because of the coronavirus.
Police: Woman Won’t Explain Why She Threw Son from 4th Floor
Woman facing multiple charges
Population Growth Slows In Minnesota
New estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show Minnesota's population growth slowed down slightly in 2019. And, that has some concerned the state could lose a congressional seat after the 2020 Census.