Jeff Hargarten and Kyeland Jackson from the Star Tribune have an article on rising opioid overdoses and what’s being done to stop it.
MPR’s Elizabeth Shockman reports that Minnesota schools can apply for up to $10 million in federal funds for school mental and safety after the shooting at Uvalde High School, where 19 students and two teachers died.
WCCO Staff report on activities commemorating Indigenous Peoples Day today.
Tim Harlow of The Star Tribune reports that the Columbia City Heights City Council will vote to censure an accused council member for making a racist telephone call.
KARE 11 reports that protesters are camping out in front of City Hall to protest the removal of a Near North homeless camp.
Paul Huttner from MPR reports that Tuesday will see a warming trend. “A cool front will bring thunderstorms to Tuesday, with cooler air moving in the middle and late weeks strong>
Becky Dernbach, a reporter for Sahan Journal, has an overview of Minneapolis School Board candidates.
One podcast: Malcolm Gladwell’s “Revisionist Histories” recently addressed the Minnesota Starvation Experiment. In which 36 young men lived below the University of Minnesota football field and were starved to death as part of a mid-1940s study. They were part of an experiment that none of them will ever forget. What happened at the Department of Physiological Hygiene. Revisionist history reveals a forgotten box of interviews from the Library of Congress archives.” Yikes!