From WCCO Wisconsin’s Planned Parenthood stated that they are temporarily suspending abortion services, and exploring legal options after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade . Tanya Atkinson is the president and chief executive officer of Wisconsin’s Planned Parenthood. She says that they will continue to help patients navigate to states in which abortion remains legal.
MPR News had an early reaction to Friday’s Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe V. Wade.
Dan Samorodnitsky from Racket investigates whether Twin Cities Pride may allow police to attend its events.
Cathy Wurzer of MPR News interviews St. Paul poet, University of Minnesota professor Douglas Kearney about winning the 2022 International Griffin Poetry Prize. He is best known for his latest poetry collection “Sho.”
ShayneWells, FOX9 has video from the metro’s new cat cafe. It is located in New Hope.
Brian Johnson, Finance & Commerce, has a piece of the North Loop property also known as the Sex World Building. It is being sold for less than $15,000,000. (paywall)
William Bornhoft of Patch encourages us look up to the sky: From an hour before sunrise to the end of the month, a procession of planets — Mercury and Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Jupiter — will be visible just over the eastern horizon.
Tommy Wiita, at Bring Me the News, has a short about Tom Hamilton, the radio play-by-play announcer for the Cleveland Guardians. He said that Miguel Sano was not hurt, but “fat” during Thursday’s afternoon game against the Minnesota Twins.