Workers vote to strike at 33 Minnesota Cub Foods locations

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Reporting by Alexandra Simon and Samantha Fisher from KARE 11, On Tuesday evening, union officials represent thousands of Cub Foods grocery workers announced that its members voted overwhelmingly to strike, citing unfair labor practices. UFCW Domestic 663 went leaders Live on Facebook before 9 p.m, saying more than 94% of the nearly 3,000 ballots cast over the course of the day Tuesday were in favor of the strike. The union said its members had been working without a contract since March 4. “

Who is this Strider Andy MannixFormer Minneapolis Police Union Chief Lt. Bob Kroll is banned from serving as a law enforcement officer in three of the most populous counties in the state. – including Hennepin County, which includes Minneapolis – for 10 years, subject to the terms of a new civil settlement. A lawsuit filed by the Minnesota chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union has accused Minneapolis police of unconstitutional brutality in response to demonstrations that followed the killing of George Floyd by law enforcement. The Minneapolis City Council approved four separate settlements totaling more than $700,000 in October. The lawsuit named Kroll as the defendant. The agreement states that Kroll cannot serve as a licensed police officer or in a leadership role at any police agencies in Hennepin, Ramsey, and Anoka counties for that time period.”

Reporting by Sean Johnson from Wisconsin Public RadioMilwaukee County Judge Janet Protasevich has won a hotly contested race for the Wisconsin Supreme Courtand the defeat of former Justice Dan Kelly to give the Liberals a majority on the court for the first time in 15 years. Protasiewicz’s victory comes at a pivotal time for the court and for the Democratic voters who brought it to office. Surely the justices would all hear a challenge to Wisconsin’s pre-Civil War abortion ban, and with a liberal majority, they would likely consider a lawsuit that could overturn the legislative maps drawn by Republicans in Wisconsin.”

At KSTP-TV Joe Mazen’s reportAn old church in south Minneapolis has found new life. The former St. Francis Church on Pleasant Street has been converted into an Airbnb. Kyle Rooney has spent the last two years updating the building. “All I knew was that I wanted to preserve the church and the history,” Rooney said. The remodeling preserved the chancel, pulpit and some pews while adding new bedrooms, bathrooms and a kitchen downstairs.”

last KSTP’s story tells“A woman is under arrest and subsequently faces charges She allegedly started multiple fires inside an apartment building in St. Paul. Court records show that 37-year-old Guadalupe Castillo, of St. Paul, is charged with two counts of first-degree arson in connection with the fires that started inside the Minnesota building Monday. According to court documents, St. Paul police and firefighters were called to the building — which is mostly apartments with some commercial space — at approximately 4:20 a.m. to a report of multiple fires in the building.

a BringMeTheNews story He says, “The University of Minnesota Raptor Center reported The final death of a red hawk, with this case being the facility’s first confirmed case of highly pathogenic avian influenza since January. The center took care of more than 200 birds infected with the deadly virus last year. Only one patient, a great horned owl, survived. In a Facebook post on Monday, the center said that the highly pathogenic avian influenza virus is expected to return during the spring migration.

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at WJON-AM says Alex CvikowskiThe Minnesota middle man has become a worldwide sensation. Maxwell Gendreau He is a graduate of Holdingford and a current engineering student at St. Cloud State University. His mother told WJON News that he recently went to Ireland to meet his girlfriend’s parents for the first time, which was captured on TikTok. the video It shows Jendro’s confused reaction to his girlfriend’s father as he talks about the recent weather’s effect on a fool.”

for KARE-TV Alexandra Simon says:The University of Minnesota Department of Public Safety has He released “All Clear” after the Hazardous Substances Incident It was reported at the campus building earlier Tuesday night. In an updated safety alertThe school said, “The campus community can resume normal business” after Admunson Hall was evacuated around 6 p.m. U, nor the Minneapolis Fire Department that responded to the scene, provided any details or information about what prompted the Hazardous Materials Alert to be issued.”

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