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Voters Sue Walz to Block Face Masks at Minnesota Polls
A group of voters sued Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz and other officials on Tuesday to try to block a requirement that voters wear face masks at polling place to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Firefighters Battling Huge Fire in Downtown St. Paul
Firefighters are battling a large fire in downtown St. Paul near the Xcel Energy Center. The fire has engulfed a building that was under construction.
Nickelodeon Universe At Mall of America to Reopen Monday
The Mall of America says the Nickelodeon Universe amusement park inside the mall will reopen Aug. 10 after being closed nearly five months due to COVID-19.
Judge Extends MN Vote-By-Mail Changes to November
The agreement allows voters to submit their mail-in or absentee ballots without witness signatures.
Walz Again Requests Federal Help to Rebuild After Unrest
Walz has requested a U.S. Small Business Administration disaster declaration to free up low-interest loans.
British Paper Publishes Police Bodycam Video of Floyd Arrest
The Daily Mail on Monday published parts of videos from two Minneapolis police officers involved in Floyd's arrest.
MN Sees Record in Mail-In Ballots Amid Pandemic
Requests for absentee ballots for the upcoming primary election are running 10 times higher than four years ago.
DOC to Close 2 Minnesota Prisons to Address Budget Deficit
The Minnesota Department of Corrections plans to close two state prisons to address a budget deficit.
As US Milk Sales Rise Amid Pandemic, “Got milk?” Ads Return
The dairy industry has a familiar question for you: ``Got milk?''
Leinenkugel’s to Retire Logo Featuring Native American Woman
Leinenkugel's will no longer use an image of a Native American woman long associated with the Chippewa Falls-based brewery.