Michelle Wiley reports from MPR NewsSyphilis cases in Minnesota rose 25 percent in 2022, reaching the highest level in years according to new data from the Minnesota Department of Health. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection that spreads through direct contact with a chancre. Cases in the state rose to 1,832 last year, an increase of 375 cases compared to 2021. The new cases were mostly among men. particularly among those who have sex with men, and were primarily located in the Greater Twin Cities area, according to state health officials.”
Also at MPR News, Brian Backst saysDays after the Minnesota House passed a bill to legalize marijuana, the The state Senate is scheduled to debate its version of the legislation on Friday. Legislative leaders tend to avoid bringing forward bills that might fail, so passing them is considered likely. The Senate bill has already been discussed in more than a dozen committees. … Public opinion polls have shown that a majority of Minnesotans support legalization, despite concerns raised by opponents about traffic safety, addiction, and other health consequences of marijuana use. “
For KELOland.com in South Dakota Karen Sherman, Eric Meyer, and Tom Hansen The report, “Just released court documents provide new information about the investigation of T. Denny Sanford. … Sanford was investigated for child pornography and was not charged.” Sanford’s attorneys wanted the court to retain search warrants and other documents from Investigation sealed Documents show that the investigation began in South Dakota in August 2019 when The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has sent an e-advice to the South Dakota State Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.“
fighter writes Randy Forrest“,”The Minneapolis City Council voted unanimously Thursday to approve 14 residents to the city’s new police oversight commission. Candidates were selected by each of the 13 councilors to represent their wards and by Mayor Jacob Frey, who selected two members, for the 15-member Community Police Oversight Committee. The board approved 14 instead of the 15 committee members because James Westphal, the attorney nominated by council member Andrew Johnson, withdrew his name late Wednesday because of a legal matter he said would occupy his time.
this, From KSTP-TVsay the authorities An employee brought two guns into a Minneapolis elementary school on Wednesday, Which prompted the police to respond. According to the sergeant, officials at Loring Elementary locked the weapons in a locker before calling the police. Garrett was involved with the Minneapolis Police Department. The employee who brought the weapons to the school was not in the building when the police got there. The officers took the guns as evidence.”
and another from KSTP, “A man was killed after a shootout between federal agents Thursday morning in North Minneapolis. … The negotiations continued for hours before the man walked out of the house, according to an FBI statement. Around noon, federal agents shot and killed the man. A woman was taken from the home to the hospital for medical attention, although it is not clear if she was injured.”
He says Stribber Jim BuchtaHigh mortgage rates have reined in new home sales in the metro, leaving builders with far more homes than buyers. So for the first time in more than a decade, many builders are offering discounts and deals ranging from price reductions to appliance upgrades, Putting new homebuyers in the driver’s seat amidst what is still a seller’s market.”
for insider.com Reporting by Marielle DecalsotaWalletHub revealed the best and worst airlines in the US in last ranking.
- Southwest Airlines came at the bottom of the list of 11 US airlines.
- Its name is WalletHub Delta was named America’s Best Airline for the second year in a row. “
in New York times We read, “Throughout our reporting within the GOP over the past few months, one person has kept coming up: Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow and election deniers. In Maryland, he couldn’t walk 10 feet without getting cornered for a selfie.More recently, he was part of the news coverage about the Dominion lawsuit and the impeachment of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson.While not many people take him seriously, Lindell represents, Perhaps better than anyone else, the challenge facing the GOP is in this moment: an establishment desperately trying to please its base, despite evidence that their extremist beliefs are costing the party’s election. Months after reporting on this dynamic, We talk to Mr. Lindell And Mrs. McDaniel, two people sitting at opposite poles of the party.”