For Streep’s reporting, Tim Harlow, Jesse Van Berkel, and Josie Albertson Groff“Weather forecasters, public works crews, realtors, and local leaders across Minnesota kept a close eye on rivers Wednesday as water levels continued to rise. Heavy rain Wednesday and Thursday will lead to heavy rains,” said Paige Martin, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Chanhassen. only exacerbated by the spring floods.With an inch or two of precipitation over the course of 24 hours, River crests may be higher than originally expected and high flowing waters can last longer.
for KSTP-TV Brittney Ermon says:Minneapolis officials are reworking part of a construction project in South Minneapolis because they say the original design had flaws. Construction is underway in the heart of South Minneapolis to begin phase two of the reconstruction project south of Bryant Street, which runs from 42nd Street to Lake Street. Works complete the public Phase 1, from 42nd Street to 50th Street, in the fall of 2022, but officials said there were design flaws. “
for patch William Bornhoft saysThe Minnesota Department of Health is telling homeowners who have private water wells to do so If flood waters reach their property assuming that the well has been contaminated. The health ministry said in a press release on Wednesday that the well water should not be used for drinking, cooking or brushing your teeth until the floodwaters recede and the well is cleaned. The warning comes with a significant increase in spring flooding across the state, including on the Mississippi River and St. Croix River.”
The militants Burl Gilliard and Jim Bukta Say, “The US Supreme Court has sided with the Mall of America owners in a complex and drawn-out legal battle over vacant retail space that once housed a Sears store. The 9-0 ruling allows mall owners to continue challenging a $10 holding company lease Dollars a year for the empty space. A unanimous opinion causes the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit’s ruling to be overturned and sent back to the lower courts for further action. Notes Paul Faller, a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School and the Carlson School of Management It is not common to see a unanimous decision from the Supreme Court, Which often divides conflicting political philosophies. As the legal fight continues, the opinion gives the Mall of America leverage to argue with any future tenant that the space should align with its previous use as a retail store.”
for KMSP-TV Mary Maguire saysBy day, Siena Dariwal is an ordinary sophomore in high school, focused on hanging out with friends and preparing for the next exam. But at night, things look a bit different. The 15-year-old fulfills orders and dreams of his latest Bikini Blend creation, An online swimwear company that she launched when she was in middle school.”
And the … says Paul Hutner of MPR“Welcome to the 16th storm in about 19 weeks in Minnesota. This is the extent of continued activity in our weather pattern over the past four months or more from December 1. Our latest storm is bringing the most rain to central and southern Minnesota, but it will produce another blast of ice in April and heavy snow across northern Minnesota. Yes, it’s spring. But the weather maps don’t seem to account for our component seasons. … The Twin Cities caught three-tenths (0.3) of an inch of rain with the first stormy spell Wednesday morning. We got a break with scattered rain Between waves of low pressure for most of the day, however Another wave of rain arrives from Wednesday evening to Thursday. “
for the independent says Bevan HurleyWhile the Fox News case grabbed most of the headlines, Dominion has filed a slew of defamation lawsuits against right-wing networks, lawyers, and media personalities in the months following the 2020 election. … [Mike] Lindell repeatedly denied any wrongdoing, but his efforts to have the civil suit dismissed were unsuccessful. in Judgment in the District Court of Columbia In August 2021, Judge Carl Nicholas wrote: “In addition to alleging that Lindell’s claims are inherently improbable, that his sources are unreliable, and that he fails to acknowledge the validity of the compensatory evidence, Dominion alleged numerous instances in which Lindell told the public to purchase MyPillow products after making his claims of fraud.” Elections and provide MyPillow promotional codes related to these theories. Then, in October 2022, Lindell resumed It was rejected by the Supreme Court. Mr. Lindell seems completely undeterred by the legal setbacks. “
in MPR, Cracker saysMinnesota House of Representatives This week they voted to ban recreational hunting and wolf hunting In the state, if the animal is removed from federal endangered species protection. The proposal was not initially included in the overall environmental bill. DFL deputy Peter Fischer of Maplewood introduced the ban as an amendment during Monday’s debate session. The last time wolves were hunted in Minnesota, from 2012-2014, after they were removed from the Great Lakes region’s endangered species list, more than 900 were killed.”