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Twins hoping to have fans at Target Field this season

Twins hoping to have fans at Target Field this season

The Minnesota Twins are hopeful they'll be able to welcome fans to Target Field this spring amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  it has partnered with 3M to prepare for the possible return of fans to the Minneapolis ballpark this year.“As we continue working with Gov. Tim Walz, public health officials and Major League Baseball toward safely welcoming fans back to Target Field in 2021, we are ecstatic to have the people and science of 3M to help guide us on our path,” Twins President and CEO Dave St. Peter said in a statement. “The health and safety of our fans, partners, players, staff, employees...

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Hunting group sues Wisconsin DNR in attempt to allow wolf hunt this winter

Hunting group sues Wisconsin DNR in attempt to allow wolf hunt this winter

A hunting group is suing the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in an attempt to force it to allow people to hunt wolves immediately. This comes after the Trump Administration late last year , which went into effect Jan. 4. Wisconsin requires a wolf hunt every year from November through February, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has to resume the wolf hunt seasons if the wolves lose their federal protections, which they now have. The Wisconsin DNR planned to resume the wolf hunts in November 2021. State Republicans, though, wanted the DNR to not wait until fall, ,...

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Minneapolis diner the latest Minnesota restaurant to get help from Barstool Sports fund | Bring Me The News

Minneapolis diner the latest Minnesota restaurant to get help from Barstool Sports fund | Bring Me The News

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Champlin police: Please stop having sex in parking lots

Champlin police: Please stop having sex in parking lots

If you're in Champlin and hankering for a bit of afternoon delight, find a more appropriate setting than a parking lot.That's the message from Champlin Police Department, which has issued an unusual warning after apparently responding to a report of a couple meeting for sex outside a local auto shop."We would like to pass along a friendly reminder to everyone looking for some alone time with a sweetheart to please avoid any romantic entanglement in busy parking lots during normal business hours," Champlin PD said on its Facebook page."While we understand the cold weather can leave few...

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Peloton celebrity Cody Rigsby apologizes for Klobuchar 'casserole' faux pas

Peloton celebrity Cody Rigsby apologizes for Klobuchar 'casserole' faux pas

Cody Rigsby, a celebrity instructor for exercise bike phenomenon Peloton, found himself in hot water with Minnesotans during Joe Biden's inauguration.The reason? Because he described the coat worn by Sen. Amy Klobuchar as she spoke and compered at President Joe Biden's inauguration as "corn casserole yellow." He made the comment on Instagram Stories, but had to post a clarification a short time later in which he apologize to "all the midwesterners.""Apparently it's called a hot dish not caserole [sic]," he posted. "Either way sign me up. I do know Amy K just sent one to the White...

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Minnesota GOP taps SD Gov. Kristi Noem as keynote speaker for annual dinner

Minnesota GOP taps SD Gov. Kristi Noem as keynote speaker for annual dinner

The Minnesota Republicans its annual Lincoln Reagan dinner will feature South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem as the keynote speaker.The announcement, which has sparked a subsequent , with Noem proving one of the most prominent opponents of government-imposed restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19. South Dakota has the per 100,000 people out of all states.It also comes amid speculation that Noem may run for president in 2024, though Noem in January that her focus was on South Dakota. Despite South Dakota being one of the hardest-hit states by the coronavirus, Noem has grown her presence in...

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Suspected Buffalo shooter made previous threat of 'mass violence' towards clinics

Suspected Buffalo shooter made previous threat of 'mass violence' towards clinics

More details are emerging about the man suspected of the mass shooting at a clinic in Buffalo on Tuesday, including documents showing that he had made previous threats towards Allina Health facilities.One person has been confirmed dead and four people injured – three critically – in the shooting at the Buffalo Crossroads Clinic on Tuesday morning, with Gregory Ulrich, 67, taken into custody and now awaiting charges.Wright County court records show that in November 2018, a harassment restraining order (HRO) was filed against Ulrich that prevented him from being within a block of Buffalo...

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BCA: Carjacking suspect shot himself, wasn't killed by MN deputy

BCA: Carjacking suspect shot himself, wasn't killed by MN deputy

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says a man who died during an encounter with a northern Minnesota sheriff's deputy died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. The new details were announced Saturday, not long after the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office reported that the deputy involved in the incident "used deadly force while utilizing a canine to track" the man who was believed to have been involved in a carjacking Friday evening. "The medical examiner said Scott Michael Jordon, 34, of Duluth, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Jordon was not struck...

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Helicopter patrol led 46 arrests, 12 stolen vehicles in Minneapolis

Helicopter patrol led 46 arrests, 12 stolen vehicles in Minneapolis

The latest crackdown on carjackings and other crimes in Minneapolis netted 46 arrests, 12 stolen vehicles and the recovery of 15 guns. The operation led by Minneapolis Police Department, the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office and the State Patrol was conducted Jan. 26-28, featuring a State Patrol helicopter that was circling parts of south Minneapolis where hundreds of carjackings took place in 2020. "The helicopter was part of a coordinated, targeted, and multi-jurisdictional operation with the City, Hennepin County, and State to crackdown on carjackings, which increased 301% last year, and...

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Minneapolis councilor receiving 'death threats' over proposal to replace MPD | Bring Me The News

Minneapolis councilor receiving 'death threats' over proposal to replace MPD | Bring Me The News

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Albert Lea bar plans COVID relief-funded party for Friday night, faces $9K fine

Albert Lea bar plans COVID relief-funded party for Friday night, faces $9K fine

The Interchange Wine and Coffee Bistro in Albert Lea is facing a $9,000 fine for a party it plans to host in violation of Gov. Tim Walz's executive orders. , there will be live music, as well as free food and drinks paid for using the COVID-19 relief check it recently got from the state, which is designed to help businesses survive the state-ordered COVID shutdowns. The bar has been advertising the upcoming party on Facebook this week, which Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison will violate Executive Order 21-01, which requires reservations and that restaurants close by 10 p.m.Because...

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MN lawmakers to introduce bill to legalize marijuana

MN lawmakers to introduce bill to legalize marijuana

Democratic lawmakers on Monday plan to introduce legislation to legalize the adult use of marijuana in Minnesota. House Majority Leader Rep. Ryan Winkler, DFL-Golden Valley, and other DFLers plan to introduce a bill that would legalize cannabis, which they say will and allow police to focus on more serious crimes. Related: They'll hold a news conference on the proposed legislation at 1 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 1. You'll be able to watch it live on Facebook . Winkler in May 2020, during the last legislative session, . That bill laid out provisions for cannabis legalization in the state,...

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'Ya that was me': Aaron Rodgers takes ride in back of pickup with cases of beer

'Ya that was me': Aaron Rodgers takes ride in back of pickup with cases of beer

A man riding in the back of a pickup carrying a crate of light beer? That's nothing new for Wisconsin.Except it is when the man is Aaron Rodgers.Yes, a man strikingly resembling the Green Bay quarterback was captured on video that was shared to in the back of a GMC pickup holding was appears to be a case of Bud Light.And Rodgers confirmed it was indeed him, tweeting "Ya that was me" and noting that the truck and the "soggy beer cases" belonged to Packers starting left tackle David Bakhtiari.Now you'd think that Rodgers' appearance might have something to do with the Packers' recent loss in...

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Prosecutors want bail increased for man who keeps committing crimes

Prosecutors want bail increased for man who keeps committing crimes

Hennepin County prosecutors have urged a judge to increase the bail for a man who has twice posted bail only to get out of jail and be charged with more crimes. Thomas Moseley, 29, of Minneapolis, has been charged with three counts of fifth-degree drug possession while possessing a firearm, the Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Thursday, noting Moseley was in possession of marijuana, cocaine and psilocybin mushrooms. Moseley got out of jail after he was charged with felony criminal damage to property in connection to damages caused Aug. 15, 2020, at the Fifth Precinct in...

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Crowded impound lot raises COVID concerns after Minneapolis snow emergency

Crowded impound lot raises COVID concerns after Minneapolis snow emergency

The crowded scene inside Minneapolis' impound lot following Sunday's snow emergency has sparked concerns over the potential for COVID-19 transmission.City resident Steve Bush was among the scores who had their vehicles towed after the city declared an emergency starting Sunday evening in response to the snow that fell Saturday.Bush said he wasn't aware one had been declared and didn't expect one "after such a light snowfall," but his irritation grew to alarm when he arrived at the impound lot on Colfax Avenue North.He sent several pictures showing other vehicle owners lining up to pay their...

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Sun Country adds 9 more flights out of MSP Airport

Sun Country adds 9 more flights out of MSP Airport

Sun Country Airlines is adding nine nonstop routes from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP).The Twin Cities-based airline announced the additional nonstop routes on Monday, which are among the 16 new nonstop flights across its network. “We are excited to extend our network and offer people access to even more low-cost vacation options, when they are ready to travel again,” said Sun Country Airlines CEO Jude Bricker. “The past year has been a challenge for the travel industry but with increased access to COVID-19 tests and vaccinations, we’re starting to see that turnaround.”The...

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Suspect injured in exchange of gunfire with police in north Minneapolis

Suspect injured in exchange of gunfire with police in north Minneapolis

Minneapolis Police Department has confirmed that the police shooting happened just after 8:20 a.m. in north Minneapolis. Officers were alerted to a report of a "gun pointing incident," and a minute or so later the suspect and vehicle was located. That led to an attempt to stop the driver, who fled and crashed at the intersection of N. Dowling and N. Vincent avenues. Police described what happened next: "At that location, gunfire was exchanged between the suspect and officers. The shooting stopped, and when safe to do so, officers deployed less lethal munitions. The suspect was taken into...

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Man, 72, critical after possible robbery outside Minneapolis business | Bring Me The News

Man, 72, critical after possible robbery outside Minneapolis business | Bring Me The News

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Car winds up on top of parked vehicles outside Minneapolis home

Car winds up on top of parked vehicles outside Minneapolis home

Two parked vehicles sit mangled in a driveway in south Minneapolis after a driver lost control and smashed into them Monday morning. According to Minneapolis police, the crashed vehicles were reported at 8:34 a.m. at a. residence located on the corner of 42nd Ave. and Oakland Ave. S., though police believe the crash happened around 2:30 a.m. Police say the driver of the red, two-door Nissan was traveling at a high rate of speed and lost control on an icy patch, sending the vehicle airborne into the two parked vehicles. Tire tracks can be seen going up the sidewalk, leading directly to the...

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Murder suspect dies while in custody at Scott County Jail

Murder suspect dies while in custody at Scott County Jail

A 44-year-old man died early Tuesday while in custody in the Scott County Jail in Shakopee. According to the Scott County Sheriff's Office, a corrections officer found Taran Cortez Miller unresponsive in his cell during a routine inmate health and wellness check at about 3:46 a.m. on Tuesday. Despite attempts to revive Miller, he was pronounced dead at 4:33 a.m.The sheriff's office says Miller was arrested by the Savage Police Department and booked into jail on March 3 on first-degree murder charges. , Miller and his 17-year-old son were indicted on first-degree murder charges in September...

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Minneapolis imposes 15% cap on third-party takeout delivery fees | Bring Me The News

Minneapolis imposes 15% cap on third-party takeout delivery fees | Bring Me The News

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Minneapolis retailer's window display wins national award | Bring Me The News

Minneapolis retailer's window display wins national award | Bring Me The News

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People report MN restaurant for being open, but it's just selling a lot of takeout

People report MN restaurant for being open, but it's just selling a lot of takeout

If you're passing through Evansville, Minnesota and notice a flurry of activity at the Backroads Steakhouse that has you itching to report it for violating the COVID shutdown, don't.Owner Mahrie OhrenWednesday that the bar has been reported no fewer than six times since Nov. 21 by people assuming it's open for dine-in service during Gov. Tim Walz's four-week "pause," which is now being extended a further three weeks.But as she explains, they aren't actually open for business, they've just been extremely busy fulfilling a huge number of takeout orders.People are apparently assuming they're...

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With license suspension pending, Lakeville bar to open for second day running

With license suspension pending, Lakeville bar to open for second day running

The Lakeville bar that sparked controversy when it opened Wednesday in violation of Minnesota's COVID-19 orders is opening for a second consecutive day."OPEN TODAY. COME IN FOR FOOD AND DRINKS!" the bar wrote on its Facebook page Thursday morning.It comes after the Minnesota Department of Public Safety served it with notice that its liquor license will be suspended for 60 days for its "blatant violation" of Gov. Tim Walz's Executive Order 20-99 shutting down dine-in service until Dec. 18 – which will now be extended to Jan. 11.But as the DPS announcement notes, the license suspension is...

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Walz to extend bar and restaurant shutdown through holidays

Walz to extend bar and restaurant shutdown through holidays

Details are sparse but Bring Me The News has received confirmation from the governor's office saying Gov. Tim Walz will extend the ban on dine-in service at bars and restaurants through the holidays. Walz is set to make the announcement Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. The current executive order that Walz will extend is set to expire at 11:59 p.m. Friday. It's unclear how long the extension will go, but through the holidays would indicate that it'll last at least through the end of 2020. A spokesperson for Walz told BMTN: "Governor Walz will lay out a strategy tomorrow that prioritizes in-person...

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