Torey van Oot from Axios Twin City reports Royce White, a Congressional candidate, spent thousands of dollars at well-known retailers in recent months but did not explain in his fundraising report the number of purchases that were made for his campaign. It also doesn’t specify who or why more than $50,000 was paid in wire transfers and checks to the campaign account.
Bring Me the News highlights a Huffington Post article about comments secretary-of-state candidate Kim Crockett made to 2020 regarding helping persons with disabilities or difficulties reading English fill out and vote.
Krystal Frasier from KSTP reports Russel balenger will be the interim member for Ward 1 St. Paul following the resignation by Dai Tho.
Devin Ramey of KARE-11 reports the much-welcomed return at the Minnesota Lynx Napheesa Colllier. After giving birth to her daughter Mila in May, the 2019 Rookie-of-the Year for the team missed the majority of the season.
Brielle Bredsten, Duluth News Tribune, reports about the closing of Huie’s Chopsticks Inn. This popular Central Hillside restaurant is a long-standing favorite among the community. It continues to serve traditional family food since the opening of Joe Huie’s Cafe in 1951.
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Jon Bream reports Melissa Etheridge cancelled her concert scheduled for Tuesday at Canterbury Park, Shakopee, because she tested positive to COVID-19.