Walz says there are no imminent plans to dial back.
The incident was reported Saturday night in Stearns County.
A timeline about when the clinic will reopen hasn't been released.
She confirmed her resignation on Tuesday.
The latest from Minnesota health officials.
Federal health officials have recommended the pause to review treatment of an extremely rare blot clot.
Fans at Wednesday's first game can stay for the second game for free.
Pope Francis accepted Rev. Michael Hoeppner's resignation Tuesday.
Hennepin County Mike Freeman sent the case to Washington County per a new practice among metro area county attorneys.
The counties have opened up appointments to nonresidents.
After being deactivated as a healthy scratch two of the last three weeks, the Vikings cut Bernard Berrian Tuesday. Afterward, Berrian issued a statement on his website saying he was blessed to have played in Minnesota for three-and-a-half years, and that he views this as an opportunity to grow as a player and bring his strengths to a new organization.
Incoming VP and Provost Karen Hanson brings a background in the humanities at a time when the liberal arts are under attack. University President Eric Kaler says her education will help balance his own as an engineer. Hanson has said that making the case for the humanities "will have to be made again and again."
It's the first official statement to be released from the 13 year old.
Minnesota-native Shane Bauer and Joshua Fattal traveled to Capitol Hil to meet with Sens. Al Franken and Bob Casey of Pennsylvania to express their gratitude. Franken was a vocal advocate for the hikers since their arrest in 2009.
The ACLU says the documents back up its claims that TiZA illegally funneled taxpayer money to its religious landlords and promoted Islam in the curriculum. The group also says it's looking into at least a dozen other charter schools with religious affiliations in Minnesota to see whether they might be blurring the lines between church and state.
Minneapolis native son Dave Pirner is most famous as frontman of the seminal Minnesota rock group, Soul Asylum. The band is commemorating the release of its tenth studio album next week with a sold-out show at the 7th Street Entry. Listen in as Pirner chats in the The Current studios about the album and his life "at the bottom of the river" in New Orleans.
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