They tell the Star Tribune the course, made available to kids as young as 11, sacrifices safety for convenience and is a poor substitute for the traditional classroom instruction.
What happens to the Vikings if Aaron Rodgers leaves the NFC North?
Rodgers said he isn't interested in rebuilding in Green Bay, is it time for the Vikings to pounce or stay the course?
Sheriff: Men found unresponsive in garage died of cocaine overdose
Two of the three men found unresponsive in an Eyota garage last week died of a drug overdose, a preliminary autopsy found.
Ant's injury clouds Timberwolves' victory over the Nets
The Timberwolves star was injured in the final minutes on Sunday night.
Byron native Ayoka Lee sets NCAA record for points in a game
The Kansas State forward broke a record shared by former Gopher Rachel Banham.
It's going to be stupid cold again Tuesday and Wednesday
They'll almost certainly be the 10th and 11th days with subzero temps this month.
Video: Tow truck driver hit by vehicles on icy Minnesota freeway
The incident was caught on camera by MnDOT.
Williams Uptown Pub & Peanut Bar closes indefinitely after shooting
Reports say police have arrested two suspects in the incident.
Woman, 67, beaten to death in 'disturbing scene' in St. Paul home
It's the city's fifth homicide of the year.
A-Rod wears a Packers hat, Minnesotans lose their minds
The Timberwolves co-owner didn't endear himself to his fan base on Saturday night.
Police: Man shoots into crowd at funeral reception in Minneapolis
The shooting happened at a reception following a funeral on Saturday afternoon.
MN COVID patient dies after being transferred to Texas amid ventilator lawsuit
Scott Quiner, of Buffalo, was 55 years old.
Firearms safety training may be coming to state parks
Right now you'd better hold your fire when you're in a state park. But the Minnesota DNR is considering a change. The popularity of firearms safety classes has swamped the available space at shooting ranges. State parks might become an overflow option.
State review raises questions about online learning
The report found full-time online students made less progress on standardized state math tests than students in traditional schools. It also found that one in four full-time online students dropped out of school.
Minnesota lacks safety training requirements for in-home child care
Providers are only required nine hours of annual training, according to the Star Tribune. Minnesota is also one of the 26 states that doesn't require in-home providers to have a high school degree. The Department of Human Services told the newspaper the state is reviewing requirements in light of a recent increase of daycare deaths.
Some Minnesota ballot question donors face state regulation
The Campaign Finance and Disclosure Board says in some circumstances, groups funded by private donations that take sides on ballot measures -- like next year's marriage amendment -- will have to report the exact source of those donations with the state.
Coronavirus: Most U of M classes will be online this fall
Approximately 60% of courses will be available through online and remote instruction.
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