Sarah Thamer, MPR’s Sarah Thamer, reports that the St. The Paul City Council approved many amendments to the voter-approved rent ordinance. These included allowing landlords to increase rent by 8 percent plus inflation if a tenant leaves and allowing exemptions for rent control in some buildings.
Jeremy Olson, Star Tribune reporter reports that COVID-19 incidences in Minnesota have fallen to below 1,000 per day since April. Despite the recent state fair, the numbers have declined despite the start of the school year.
Tim Harlow, Star Tribune reporter, reports Tuesday’s fire at the Stevens house. This is the second fire to strike this landmark in less than a month.
Marielle Mohs from WCCO reports students at the University of Minnesota are hungry and disappointed because a campus dining room has food shortages caused by staff shortages.
Don’t be alarmed if you notice an increase in Police, National Guard, and Fire Department personnel in St. Paul. It’s just a drill. The drill will take place between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. according to WCCO Staff. This could cause traffic delays.
Charles Hallman, MSR, interviews Chris Archer about his experience as the Minnesota Twins’ only Black pitcher this season. He also explores the reasons why Black pitchers are so often overlooked in the Major League.
Rochelle Olson, Star Tribune reporter, reports that U.S. Bank Stadium will build permanent security fencing around its stadium. This will be the largest renovation of the facility since it opened in 2016.
Reg Chapman, WCCO’s local producer, sat down to talk with the cast about the movie that was inspired by George Floyd’s murder. This weekend’s premiere will be at the ICON theatre in St. Louis Park on Saturday, September 24th.
Adam Uren, from Bring Me the News reports that Target will hire 100,000 seasonal workers to work during the holidays. New hires will be paid a starting wage between $15 and $24 and will begin their holiday deals earlier in the year.