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A timeline of the July 15 fatal shooting of Justine Damond, an unarmed Australian woman, by a Minneapolis police officer compiled from police incident reports, 911 transcripts and reports from state investigators.
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The decision means walleye fishing on Mille Lacs will remain closed until Friday, Aug 11. The lake will then reopen to catch-and-release-only fishing for walleyes through the Labor Day weekend, when the season will close again through Nov. 30.
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7/21/2017
Beth-Ann Bloom A 5-year-old boy drowned at Woodbury’s Carver Lake Park. There are no longer lifeguards at the beach, and although the Public Safety folks organized a human chain to find him and performed heroic resuscitative efforts,...
7/21/2017
MinnPost staff When fish attack. The Duluth News Tribune’s Sam Cook reports: “Ryan Kesselhon couldn't figure out what was happening to his 11-year-old daughter, Maren. One minute, Maren had been peacefully dangling from her family's...
7/21/2017
Pamela Espeland Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company’s 2017-18 season – its 23rd – starts soon and strong, with a one-man play starring Robert Dorfman and directed by Raye Birk. The other four productions include a comedy about politics...
7/21/2017
Briana Bierschbach It’s a governor’s job to appoint judges in the state of Minnesota, and when Mark Dayton took over, he noticed a pattern: most of the finalists were white guys.It wasn’t exactly surprising to Dayton. The candidates...
7/21/2017
Bon Iver is returning to Rock the Garden this year as the headliner. The day-long event is returning to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden after a year away while the garden was being renovated.
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7/21/2017
The Democrats' defensive strategy on health care leaves them tailing behind public opinion. To lead now means going on the offensive for single-payer national health insurance as envisioned in House Bill 676, the Expanded and Improved Medicare for All...
7/21/2017
Do you deserve your pets? Do you deserve the people in your life? In her new graphic memoir, Nicole Georges suggests the two questions are closely related -- and you may not like the answers.
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7/21/2017
Under President Trump, arrests by Immigration and Customs Enforcement have skyrocketed. Their actions have stoked outrage but agents say they're misunderstood and they're just enforcing the law.
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7/21/2017
Officials say Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had decided to impose "geographic travel restriction" for North Korea, which would make the use of U.S. passports to enter the country illegal.
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7/21/2017
President Trump intervened to find a way to permit the girls entry, after their applications for visas were twice rejected. For the budding scientists, the path to compete has been a long one.
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7/21/2017
Brian Lambert In The New York Times, John Eligon and Mitch Smith report: “The mayor and the police chief of this city said on Thursday that Justine Damond, an unarmed Australian woman killed last weekend by a Minneapolis police officer,...
7/21/2017
More than 1 million Minnesotans depend on the Mt. Simon aquifer for drinking water. While there's no danger of it going dry, officials worry the pressures on this precious resource are intensifying.
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7/21/2017
One of the options President Trump has suggested after a health care bill stalled in the Senate is repealing the Affordable Care Act without a replacement. Experts say doing that would jeopardize health insurance for hundreds of thousands of...
7/21/2017
The Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra tonight premiers "It Rained on Shakopee," featuring a choir from the Shakopee women's prison. It's believed to be the first opera featuring voices from an American prison.
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7/20/2017
There's still much to do before getting formal approval, the entrepreneur adds. Hyperloop has the goal of reaching speeds of more than 700 mph, using magnetic levitation in a vacuum environment.
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7/20/2017
MinnPost staff Pretty hard to watch. The Star Tribune’s Paul Walsh reports: “Body camera video from a Minneapolis police officer who shot and seriously wounded two dogs in a residential backyard not only shows the best view yet of the...
7/20/2017
Jay Kiedrowski In the most recent Gallup Poll, only 19 percent of Americans trusted in their government “just about always/most of the time.” We are more fortunate in Minnesota because we have a state government in which we can have...
7/20/2017
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7/20/2017
This week’s Australia Letter reflects on American policing and the case of Justine Damond, who was fatally shot Saturday by a Minneapolis police officer.
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