Police shoot Minneapolis man after hourslong standoff


Tim Harlow at Star Tribune has the latest news about the hourslong standoff with law enforcement and a man allegedly firing shots inside an apartment building in south Minneapolis. According to the Minneapolis Police Department, the incident ended on Thursday morning when the man was shot by police.

Jennifer Austin from KARE-11 visits WE Health Clinic to see calls up about 10% since Roe V. Wade was overturned. This clinic is the only one in Minnesota that performs abortion procedures outside of the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

Via WCCO On Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights reached a settlement with Nahan of St. After finding that Cloud printing company discriminated against Black employees, they settled with Nahan, a St.

Nick Longworth from FOX9 reports that a Jeffers, Minnesota farmer who sold organic grains for over half a century is now facing fraud allegations for deceiving buyers. James Clayton Wolf was paid more than $46,000,000 by grain buyers as a result.

Lee Hawkins, MPR News, tells the story about 64-year-old Minneapolis resident Elton Wright Trusclair . Wright-Trusclair was born in Louisiana during 1960s-era Jim Crow Segregation. Many generations of Wright-Trusclair’s relatives were enslaved by the Jesuits . His grandparents were also enslaved . He is seeking to get reparations.

Via KSTP – The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation reports that more than 200 nurses from the Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato signed a petition to be deunionized by the Minnesota Nurses Association.

Adam Uren from Bring Me the News shares the Wisconsin State Fair’s new food offerings, which include gummy bear bratwursts and blue raspberry slush with whipped cream and edible insects.

Grammy-winning artist John Legend has supported Mary Moriarty as Hennepin County attorney.

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