is questioned the validity of U of M’s important Alzheimer’s research.
Jeremy Olson wrote in the Star Tribune ” The University of Minnesota has been accused of claiming that duplicated or manipulated images were used to undermine its fundamental research on Alzheimer’s disease. An investigation WCCO TV reports: ” Two teenagers were injured in an incident where they allegedly threw a firework at a movie theatre in the south metro. Dakota County charges Khalid Hassan (18) with third-degree assault, threats and violence with intent to terrorize and criminal damage to property. In connection with the incident at Emagine Eagan theatre on July 12, Hassan is also facing misdemeanor charges of fifth-degree assault.
Kyeland Jackson also wrote in the Star Tribune: “Minnesota Governor. Tim Walz, who was on Thursday in St. Paul to tour the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension in St. Paul, reiterated his call for legislators returning to the Capitol to pass a comprehensive criminal law package. He cited the increasing number of gun crime across Minnesota and the country. Walz, fresh from a tour of St. Paul’s Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, promoted his plan for new public safety funding in the millions. He said that further delays would keep illegal firearms off the streets. The DFL governor stated that ‘the sooner we get these items off the streets, and the sooner we prevent them from happening.’ Walz, along with all 201 legislative seats, will be on the November ballot. Governor and DFL leaders hope to win both chambers in the state Legislature.
Michelle Wiley, MPR. ” On Thursday, the majority of Planned Parenthood North Central States workers voted to join a union with SEIU Healthcare Minnesota or Iowa. Organisers announced in a press conference that the majority of workers voted for union membership with 238 votes for yes and 26 votes against. Workers stated that they plan to quickly draft an initial contract. Schmidt stated that Planned Parenthood North Central States represents over 400 workers who do over 100 jobs. She said the Supreme Court’s recent reversal of Roe V. Wade has made it more difficult for them to draft an initial contract.
Kim Hyatt reports in the Star Tribune that a Hennepin County jury convicted a Chicagoan of first-degree murder in connection to the Hwy. A father who drove his son home from a summer baseball game, was convicted of first-degree murder in the Hwy. Jay Boughton’s family, 56, said that they were not celebrating Jamal Lindsey Smith’s guilty verdicts, but they did praise the prosecution, investigators, and good Samaritans who helped them discover the truth since July 6, 2021 brought so much darkness into their lives.
Christopher Magan of the Pioneer Press reports: ” Ramsey County attorney John Choi launched an online database on Thursday to assist residents in better understanding who is being prosecuted for alleged crimes. Choi stated that ‘I believe one of the things we need as a society is a greater sense ownership of the criminal justice systems and a better understanding thereof,’ during a news conference to introduce the dashboard. “The data can really spark and ignite conversation,” the new dashboard contains data from 2017 to the present year. The dashboard is mostly focused on felonies, but it also contains information about juvenile justice, child support, and diversion programs. It includes information about the gender, age, race, and ethnicity of those who have been charged with crimes.
Paul Huttner from MPR said that “Much” of central Minnesota and the Twin Cities are experiencing two to five inches less than average rainfall in the past 60 days. Rapidly expanding drought areas around the Twin Cities has been made possible by the lack of rain and the 6th warmest 30-day period, at least since 1873. … Another chance of spotty thunderstorms in southern Minnesota tonight into Friday morning. However certain areas could see an inch of rain Saturday.
This at BringMeTheNews. In celebration of Best Friends National Adoption Weekend the City of Minneapolis will offer free adoptions to all its rescue animals. The city announced. All cats and dogs of Minneapolis Animal Care & Control are free to adopt. The city stated that all animals available for adoption will go to the best homes in a first-come, first-served basis. Animal Care & Control adopts animals that have been microchipped, vaccinated and spayed/neutered.
Nick Longworth reports on FOX 9. On Thursday, a bull escaped from a handling error and took a walk down Main Street, Park Rapids, Minnesota. I was at work. He heard the “moo”, and looked out the window. It was a cow! Hanna Buggert Markert said that he was looking at a few stores. The bull was stopped from browsing to ensure safety and was taken again into custody.