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The MN schools, venues, organizations with a COVID vaccine requirement

Whether for the public or employees, here is a running list.

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MN disability agency pulls out of State Fair over COVID policies

The Minnesota Council on Disability cited a "lack of leadership" on pandemic measures.

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Layoffs may be on the horizon for nearly 40,000 state employees

If a budget isn't approved, the state could shut down on July 1.

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Minnesota family doctors urge Gov. Walz to issue 'shelter in place' order

The Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians made the plea in a letter to the governor Monday.

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Prior Lake fires city manager following domestic assault charges

The city council voted on the termination Monday.

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Despite new health setback, St. Paul candidate to continue campaign

Liz De La Torre announced Monday that she was recently diagnosed with Lupus.

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People are mad top DHS investigator is still being paid while on leave

She was suspended from her job over a complaint — four months ago.

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St. Louis Park eliminates Pledge of Allegiance before council meetings

It'll still allow for the Pledge to be taken on special occasions.

Edina City Hall

Citing Virginia mass shooting, Edina closes entrance at City Hall

There will be a single public entrance to the building.

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HUD Secretary Ben Carson backs Minneapolis 2040 housing plan

He was in Minneapolis to talk up the Trump administration's housing policies.

Minnesota House passes bill to ban indoor vaping

The bill, which would greatly expand the indoor smoking ban, now heads to the Senate.

The federal government shutdown is over, for 3 weeks at least

A deal has been struck between President Trump and Congress.

Minnesota food shelves have a surplus because of the trade war

Retaliatory tariffs have seen more produce and meat diverted to food shelves.

Wait times MSP Airport security are among longest in the U.S.

Lines have been consistently long for the past five days.

Long lines greet travelers at MSP security ahead of holiday weekend

MSP Airport said the holiday weekend, and not the government shutdown, is to blame.

'You feel trapped': The shutdown's impact on Minnesota's weather service

Unpaid but unable to take time off, Chanhassen's NWS workers are finding the shutdown tough.

Afro Deli offers a free meal to federal workers hit by shutdown

It's one of several businesses offering deals to furloughed workers.

'End this damn thing': MN leaders reveal cost of federal shutdown

The state is covering some of the federal funding that's been stopped as a result of the shutdown.

What the federal government shutdown means for Minnesota

The shutdown is now in effect. So what happens next?

Here's what that climate change report means for MN

Sen. Tina Smith is drawing attention to what could happen in the midwest.

What is FISA, and how did Minnesota's U.S. reps vote on its reauthorization?

The U.S. reps weren't too pleased about the FISA extension – here's why.