Paul Walsh, The Strib’s Paul Walsh, reports that a Rochester woman was sentenced to 6 years in prison after setting fires at St. Paul in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.
Jay Boller, Racket’s editor, writes that the Minnesota Daily has stopped publishing a printed edition.
Matt Adams, MPR reports George Floyd’s family intends to sue Ye (formerly Kanye West), for comments he made in a podcast.
Janet Moore, from The Strib, reports c construction has begun for east metro’s Gold Line bus rapid transport.
Christopher Vondracek, Strib’s Christopher Vondracek, reports large, fuzzy and possibly wild hogs are causing concernin Southern Minnesota.
Tommy Wiita, Bring Me the News’ some want USA Curling’s CEO to be removed . He was charged with neglecting to report abuse at National Women’s Soccer League.
KARE 11 staff reports that Minnesota’s first ski slope has opened.
On Twitter, Voyageurs Wolf Project tweeted a picture of territories for wolves that showed how closely they adhere to an area.