MONDAY OUTLOOK: Downtown Duluth YMCA closed, Soo Line Railroad Bridge removal begins and Woodland Avenue construction project begins
As you head out the door Monday, here are a few things you should know happening in the region throughout the day:
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Minnesota’s two U.S. Senators took to Twitter with reaction to the Alabama abortion Bill on Thursday.
The Vice President spoke on the benefits of the new U.S. – Mexico – Canada Trade Agreement during a stop in Eau Claire on Thursday.
Vice President Mike Pence is coming to Eau Claire to promise the U.S.-Mexico trade agreement
Former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to announce he’s running for president next week.
After years of investigating, 500 witnesses interviewed and a metric ton of ink spilled, Congress and the public is set to get its first real look at special counsel Robert Mueller’s report Thursday morning.
Governor Tony Evers said his proudest accomplishment in his first 100 days in office was creating the “people’s budget,” a term used by Evers after touring the state collecting input from voters.
President Donald Trump is escalating his feud with Rep. Ilhan Omar, accusing her on Twitter of making “anti-Semitic, anti-Israel and ungrateful U.S. HATE statements.”
Minnesota already bans texting, emailing and web browsing while driving. The law will carry a $50 fine for the first violation and $275 after that.
The ACCESS BROADBAND Act is a bipartisan effort introduced by Baldwin and other lawmakers earlier this week.
The Star Tribune is reporting President Trump will visit the Twin Cities region, likely next Monday.
If Minnesota is known for one thing, it’s that people here know how to make a good hot dish.
The liberal candidate in Wisconsin’s Supreme Court race has conceded to her conservative rival, deciding against a recount in a contest where the two were separated by just half a percentage point
Gov. Tony Evers and Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes announced the third stop of their statewide budget listening tour to hear from people of Wisconsin about what the governor’s budget means to Wisconsinites and their families.