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Iowa Latest State to End $300 Federal Unemployment Benefit
Gov. Kim Reynolds has announced that Iowa will join a bevy of Republican-led states ending pandemic-related federal programs that give extra cash to unemployed workers.
Pfizer COVID-19 Shot Expanded to US Children as Young as 12
The U.S. is expanding use of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 12.
Minnesota Health Officials Get Creative With Vaccinations
Minnesota health officials are trying various strategies in an attempt to get people vaccinated and slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Big Minnesota Lottery Winners Will Get to Keep Names Private
Big winners in the Minnesota Lottery will be able to keep their names confidential under a bill signed by Gov. Tim Walz this week.
Minnesota Marijuana Bill Heads to House Floor Vote
Legislation that would legalize cannabis use for adults and expunge most minor marijuana convictions is expected to head to a full floor vote in the Minnesota House next week after a dozen hearings.
4 Ex-Cops Indicted on US Civil Rights Charges in Floyd Death
A federal grand jury has indicted the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's arrest and death.
Farm Rescue Plants Fields for Farmer Who Suffered Setbacks
A Minnesota farmer who broke his back, fell victim to COVID-19 and recently underwent surgery will nonetheless have corn and soybeans to harvest this fall thanks to an agricultural organization that helps those in need.
Boy Unhurt After Taking Ride on Airport Conveyor Belt System
Authorities say a 9-year-old boy who found his way onto the conveyor belt baggage handling system at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was not injured.
St. Paul Police Say 7 People Hurt in 3 Overnight Shootings
Authorities say at least seven people were injured in three separate overnight shootings in St. Paul.
Prosecutors Seek Higher Sentence for Chauvin in Floyd Death
Prosecutors are asking a judge to give Derek Chauvin a penalty that’s more severe than state guidelines call for when he is sentenced in June for George Floyd's death.
Albany Man Killed While Moving RV in Nevada
Police in Nevada say an Albany man trying to move his motor home was killed when he was run over by the slowly moving vehicle after he fell out and was knocked unconscious.
Minnesota Legislature Finally Funds Chauvin Trial Security
The Minnesota Legislature has approved $7.8 million to help cover the extra security costs the state incurred ahead of last week's guilty verdicts in Derek Chauvin's murder trial over the killing of George Floyd.
Minnesota Keeps All 8 US House Seats
Minnesota has narrowly avoided losing a seat in Congress even though population growth in the state didn't keep up with that of some other states.
Students Unharmed At Plymouth School After Report of Gunfire
Police say students at a middle school in Plymouth are safe after officers responded to a report of gunshots Monday morning.