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US Will Require All Arriving Passengers to Get COVID-19 Test
Anyone flying to the U.S. will soon need to show proof of a negative test for COVID-19.
US Asking States to Speed Vaccine, Not Hold Back 2nd Dose
The Trump administration is asking states to speed delivery of COVID-19 vaccines to people older than 65 and others at high risk by no longer holding back the second dose of the two-dose shots.
Church Identified As Hate Group Gets Permit in Rural Minnesota
The city council in a small Minnesota farming community has voted to grant a permit that allows a Nordic heritage church that has been identified as a white supremacist group to gather at an abandoned church.
Minneapolis Approves Cuts to Police budget, Not Staffing
The Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved a budget early Thursday that will shift about $8 million from the police department toward violence prevention and other services _ but will keep the mayor's targeted staffing levels for sworn officers intact.
Big Ten Changes Course, Aims for October Start to Football
Big Ten is going to give fall football a shot after all. Less than five weeks after the conference announced it would push football and other fall sports to spring because of the pandemic, the conference changed course.
Ex-Cops Blame One Another, Seek Own Trials in Floyd’s Death
Attorneys for four former Minneapolis officers charged in the death of George Floyd say that each client should get his own trial, as the officers try to diminish their roles in the Black man's arrest by pointing fingers at one another.
Trump, Biden Plan Dueling Visits to Minnesota Next Friday
President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden will bring their presidential campaigns to Minnesota on Friday of next week.
Police: Most Arrested During Kenosha Protests Not from City
Police say most of the people arrested in demonstrations against police brutality since the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha were not city residents.
Rally Supporting Police Draws Scores to Downtown Kenosha
Scores of police supporters gathered in downtown Kenosha where protesters have demonstrated against police brutality since the shooting of Jacob Blake last weekend.
Vigilante Calls on Social Media Before Deadly Kenosha Attack
Repeated calls for armed vigilantes to travel to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to protect businesses following the police shooting of Jacob Blake spread across social media in the hours before two people were shot to death and a third was wounded during a third night of unrest in the city.