Eder Campuzano from the Strib writes that Richfield and Bloomington students who attend football games this weekend must bring a parent/guardian after a shooting at Richfield High School’s homecoming contest.
A WCCO-TV report reveals new data from St. New data from St. Paul has been revealed by WCCO-TV in a story. The data shows that 28% of the money was spent in grocery stores. Women and people of color were the ones who benefited the most.
MPR’s Tim Nelson tells Oscar Pettiford’s story. He was a pioneer in jazz who was born and raised here. Nelson wrote that he was the founder of Blues in the Closet. This is a website where you can find out “if you have ever played a band instrument or know someone who has.”
Fox9’s Jared Goyette reported that the Minneapolis Police Department and City staff cleared an encampment of homeless people near the Greenway. According to Goyewte, the statement stated that the city had reached out to residents of the encampment to inform them about the impending closure.
MPR News photographer Ben Hovland shares photos from a St. Paul library and mural dedication for Marny Xiong (community organizer, St. Paul school board member) who died from COVID-19 in June 2020
The staff of Bring Me The News reports that a squirrel was responsible for the Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative power failure which affected more than 5,000 members. Similar content from MinnPost
Joan Gabel, President of the University of Minnesota, spoke out about campus safety. She also discussed the new Dinkytown Alert system, and the Sept. 21 threat to Coffman Memorial Union.