Kelly Smith, Star Tribune’s reports that Minneapolis City Council member Jamal Osman’s spouse, Ilo Amba founded a non-profit to feed children that is tied to the Feeding Our Future Fraud investigation. Smith reports that Amba was not charged or accused of fraud.
Paul Walsh of the Star Tribune reports that Attorney general Keith Ellison warned Merwin Liquors in Minneapolis and Winner Gas Station in North Minneapolis that “chronic and sometimes even violent crime” will continue at their businesses. This MinnPost article is from earlier in the year. It discusses issues that may arise from these businesses.
NPR reports that bivalent COVID-19 boosts, which target the most prevalent strain of the virus now, are now available to children as young as 5.
Elisabeth Gawthrop, MPR, takes a look to see the rates of anxiety and depression in Minnesota and how they compare with other states.
Erica Pearson, Star Tribune reporter, interviewed a Minnesota woman who claimed she was abused at the hands of a St. She spoke out about her feelings about the impending release of her husband from prison.
Sven Sundgaard, MPR’s meteorologist, says to be prepared for a cooling down in the event of a severe storm.
Mary Lucia is a long-time 89.3 Current DJ . left the Current earlier in the year to write a column on DISPATCH, the entertainment site formerly known under Secrets of the City. (Now also available in print at places like Bauhaus Brewery). Lucia’s most recent column, about her lack of sentimentality as a child, can be found here.