Cody Matz from FOX9 reports that we may be headed towards another drought. Minnepolis-St. Paul International Airport measured just a little more than an inch of rainfall through June. This is less than a quarter of what you typically see in our wettest month on average. We now rank in the top 10 for the driest Junes on record dating back to 1872.
After a 5,600-fentanyl pill package bound for St. Cloud was intercepted, three people were arrested. The Central Minnesota Violent Offender Task Force reports that the Minneapolis airport police intercepted a parcel via WCCO .
The Star Tribune’s Mike Hughlett reports on U.S. Steel plans to invest $150 Million in a new Iron Range plant that will make taconite pellets for electric arc steel mills.
Via KARE-11. North Dakota’s Attorney general Drew Wrigley stated Tuesday to the Associated Press that the state’s only abortion clinic would have to close by July 28. Patients will then likely travel across the Red River to Moorhead.
Mia Laube of KSTP has a story about nurses at Moose Lake Hospital pickingeting from 12-5 p.m. on Tuesday in order to seek a fair contract from Essentia Health.
Tuesday saw Sens. Tina Smith and Amy Klobuchar announced Tuesday that the Economic Development Administration granted over $3 million to Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe in order to increase tribal entrepreneurship via WCCO.