Minneapolis Public Schools is bringing in a Chicago schools administrator to be their new associate superintendent. The Star Tribune reports Stephen Flisk will replace former associate superintendent Erin Glynn.
Emaciated Great Danes rescued after being found living in minivan
Great Dane Rescue of Minnesota and Wisconsin posted that two of the dogs are in "rough condition" and "barely hanging on."
2 years since George Floyd's killing, Biden signs exec order on policing
The signing comes on the second anniversary of Floyd's murder by police in south Minneapolis.
Mayo Clinic, CDC address concerns over monkeypox in the US
The CDC does not currently think there is a significant threat to the general public.
Charges: Man killed brother, left body in homemade camper for 7 months
James Robert Hess, 48, faces second-degree murder charges for the death of his 52-year-old brother, William Harold Hess Jr.
Minnesota forecast: Hot, humid and severe storm chances
Bring Me The News meteorologist Sven Sundgaard says right now the best chance for storms looks like Sunday/Sunday night.
Minnesota's biggest Thai festival to be hosted in front of State Capitol
The Thai New Year, or Songkran, is one of the most celebrated holidays in Thailand.
Reservation holders at Gavin Kaysen's new restaurant asked to rebook after mishap
Mara opens next month in the Four Seasons Hotel Minneapolis.
Man dies after being shot in the head in St. Cloud
Investigators believe the suspects fled the scene in a vehicle.
Uvalde school massacre: MN Democrats call for action, Republicans prayers
The tragedy in Texas has sparked different reactions from Minnesota's congressional delegation.
St. Cloud man fires shot at police in hours-long standoff, surrenders
Shawn Lawrence Jacobs, 37, was arrested just before 4 p.m. Tuesday after he surrendered.
Duluth school board wants interim superintendent to stay on
Bill Gronseth has been Duluth's interim School Superintendent for the past month. Now the School Board wants him to take over as the successor to I.V. Foster, who resigned after failing to gain a superintendent's license in Minnesota.
Duluth school superintendent has no Minnesota license, is under investigation
Duluth school Superintendent I.V. Foster is on paid leave while he is the subject of an investigation. He also has been serving in the post without the required license from the state.
Former Duluth schools superintendent was absent 25 percent of the time
The News Tribune reports I.V. Foster used 21 days of personal time off and 10.5 days of professional leave out of 117 work days. Foster held the position for five and a half months before he resigned after failing to gain a superintendent’s license in Minnesota.
Minnesota band's anti-gay message catches Iowa public school off guard
A public school superintendent is apologizing after a school assembly turned into a musical anti-gay rant by a controversial Minnesota Christian rock band. Administrators booked the band, Junkyard Prophet, thinking they would talk about controversial lyrics in contemporary music. Instead, it turned into strict Christian screed about the dangers of homosexuality and abortion.
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