Quick Bite: 3 stories to get you caught up on today’s news over lunch


Cambridge school principal arrested on suspicion of stalking, fleeing officer

A longtime central Minnesota principal was arrested Sunday on charges of disorderly conduct, stalking and fleeing a police officer. The 47-year-old man is expected to appear in Isanti County District Court Tuesday. Cambridge school officials held a press conference Monday morning, but couldn't comment on the allegations or the principal's employment status.

Click here to read more.

Travel slowly returning to normal after Chicago air traffic control center fire

Air travel is finally getting back to normal at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The system backed up Friday after a deliberately set fire at an air traffic control center near Chicago, canceling 22 MSP to Chicago flights. Nine flights were canceled Saturday and about six on Sunday – the weekend's cancellations affected about 4,000 passengers in Minnesota.

Click here to read more.

After 4-year wait, Prince releasing 2 new albums tomorrow

The wait is over: After four years, Prince is releasing not one, but two new albums Tuesday. The Minnesota music icon is releasing “Art Official Age,” marking his return to Warner Bros. Records, and the album “Plectrum Electrum” from Prince’s all-female band 3rdEyeGirl.

Click here to read more.

Next Up