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Trump Calls Floyd Death ‘Shocking’, Calls Protestors ‘Thugs’
President Donald Trump is calling protesters in Minneapolis ``thugs'' and saying that ``when the looting starts, the shooting starts.``
Historic SpaceX Launch Postponed Because of Stormy Weather
The launch of a SpaceX rocket with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight has been called off because of the danger of lightning.
Mayor: Officer Who Put Knee on Man’s Neck Should be Charged
The mayor of Minneapolis called for charges to be filed against the white police officer who pressed his knee into the neck of a black man during an arrest, even after the man stopped moving.
Four Minneapolis Officers Fired After Death of Black Man
Four Minneapolis police officers who were involved in the arrest of a black man who died in police custody were fired Tuesday.
Man Dies After Video Shows Minneapolis Officer Kneeling on Neck
The FBI and Minnesota agents are investigating the death of a black man in Minneapolis police custody after video from a bystander showed a white officer kneeling on his neck.
8 Rescued After Boat Sinks in Kandiyohi County Lake
Eight people have been rescued after their boat sank in Big Kandiyohi Lake in west-central Minnesota.
Toddler Killed, 3 Others Hurt in Becker County House Fire
A 2-year-old has died and three others have been injured in a house fire in western Minnesota.
Officials: Counterfeit Oxycodone Caused 3 Overdoses, 1 Fatal
Officials say one man has died and two others are recovering from overdoses of counterfeit oxycodone pills in Mankato.
President Trump Calls On Churches to Reopen this Weekend
President Donald Trump says he has deemed churches and other houses of worship ``essential'' and called on governors to allow them to reopen this weekend despite the threat of the coronavirus.
Duluth-Based Essentia Health to Lay Off 900 Employees – Permanently
Essentia Health says it is laying off 900 employees as the coronavirus pandemic cuts into the business.
Pandemic Could Push Macy’s to Losses Exceeding $1 Billion
Macy's is warning that it could lose more than a $1 billion during its first quarter after the coronavirus pandemic paralyzed retail operations nationwide.
State Budget Agency Rules Worker Raises Won’t Be Delayed
State employees in Minnesota will see promised pay raises after the state's budget agency ruled that legislators don't have the authority to modify them.
Session Deadline Comes Without Infrastructure Bill Passage
Minnesota lawmakers were unable to break an impasse over a major public construction borrowing package as the legislative session ground to a halt ahead of Monday's adjournment.
Minnesota’s Driver & Vehicle Services Resuming this Month
State residents will once again be able to access the majority of driver and vehicle services starting next Tuesday.