The Associated Press reports contains details on concessions railroad employees won as part of the deal that prevented a strike.
Thalenzimmerman, Echo Press, offers an interesting look at Minnesotans who live close to their homes, based upon Census data.
Evan Ramstad, Star Tribune’s editor, reports Mike Klingensmith (Strib’s publisher for 13 years), has announced his retirement.
Paul Hodowanic, a Pioneer Press reporter, reports that there are many siblings on Woodbury High School’s girls swim/dive team. “Look at the Royals roster, and you will see a pair of Forshees. Getzlaffs. Hackers. Kellys. Reichs. Sorenson-Wagners. Zhais. You might think that there was some sort of clerical error.
CBS Minnesota staff report it is possible that there was some panic(! at the Panic! At The Disco performance at Xcel Energy Center Wednesday, when a small fire broke out.
The Strib’s Chris Riemenschneider reports Duluth band High has canceled the fall tour with Death Cab For Cutie because Mimi Parker, singer and drummer, is undergoing cancer treatment.
KEYC staff report a Waseca marijuana processing plant is preparing to meet demand following the legalization of hemp-derived THC gummies in Minnesota.