It comes after Minneapolis announced the requirement for vaccines or regular testing for city workers in September.
Hours of operation at a third location are also being shifted earlier.
The ice cream business said it supports the creation of a Department of Public Safety.
Questions about Ward 9 candidate Mickey Moore's residency are quickly piling up.
The Stones are in town on Sunday.
Four of the 10 lowest case rates are metro-area counties.
Cases in schools rose again in the past week, though there are signs cases may have peaked.
The football team canceled its season and the coach subsequently resigned.
The Speaker of the House announced the plans in a memo to members and staff on Thursday.
The latest data from the health department.
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe had a rough game last week, including a botched 20-yard kick, and the team brought in another punter for a tryout. Kluwe said he understands that, but he denies that his political activism takes his mind off the game, the Pioneer Press reports. "Why don't you worry more about a children's game than basic human rights?" Kluwe said. "Yeah, I'm generally going to go with basic human rights."
Rookie kicker Blair Walsh says he was surprised when the Vikings released veteran Ryan Longwell earlier this month. He says it was a nice vote of confidence from the coaches and he's ready to make their decision look like a good one.
Vikings punter Chris Kluwe debated Minnesota's controversial marriage amendment Friday night at the Brave New Workshop in downtown Minneapolis, the Star Tribune reports. Tom Barnard, a popular KQRS radio personality, played the role of moderator. Kluwe invited several supporters of the ballot measure to ban same-sex marriage in the state, including former Vikings center Matt Birk and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, but no one agreed to the debate.
Vikings punter Chris Kluwe goes out of his way once again to speak out for something he believes in. This time, saying "no" to amending Minnesota's constitution to define marriage between a man and a woman.
For the second time in less than a week, Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is offering his opinion on the NFL's replacement referees. On Tuesday, Kluwe said that the replacements can't handle the speed of the NFL, and one bad call could cost a bubble team a shot at the playoffs.
BringMeTheNews and KFAN's Joe Nelson was at Vikings training camp on Wednesday and he watched rookie kicker Blair Walsh hit six consecutive kicks from 65 yards or farther. After practice, the rookie out of Georgia told Nelson that he was "feeling it" and his longest field goal was from 71 yards.
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