8th District DFL candidate debate
The UpTake: “Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District is expected to be a close race this year. That’s why there are three DFL candidates vying to be on the ballot against Congressman Chip Cravaack this fall. Rick Nolan, Tarryl Clark and Jeff Anderson debate Monday night in Brainerd, Minnesota.”
The Duluth News Tribune endorses Jeff Anderson
MPR News: Dems. in countdown to 8th District primary
Big questions linger about Lake Superior after the Duluth flood
“We don’t know what’s going to happen in the ecosystem and the lake response. We know we’ve added more nutrients, we know we’ve had a lot of sediment run-off. We’re also in the situation where the sort of extreme event that we saw seems to be increasing in frequency,” UMD associate professor Liz Minor, with the Large Lakes Observatory, tells the Duluth News Tribune.
Fine print within photo ID proposal could loom large
Star Tribune: “A catchy title belies the murky nature of amendment’s specifics.”
Albert Lea residents protest sign against illegal immigrants
“About a hundred people marched on Monday evening to protest a sign that calls for the deportation of illegal immigrants,” reports MPR News.
Can technology reduce crime at a light-rail stop?
The Star Tribune reports on crime at the Lake St. light-rail station, “Police have increased patrols and even added classical music in an effort to deter troublemakers. Now they’re turning to technology: more and better surveillance cameras to record crime scenes and discourage criminals.”
Duluth’s Fox 21 news director resigns over Facebook post
Duluth News Tribune: “Word spread via social media about comments [Jason] Vincent made on Facebook about a stranger he found in his yard Wednesday night: ‘Add drunk, homeless, Native American man to the list of animals that have wandered into my yard.'”
Study shows too many kids graduate early to inappropriate car seats
“A new study published today by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine reveals why kids are at risk–too few parents are using child safety or the incorrect seats and too many are letting their kids ride up front,” writes Consumer Reports.
Food truck fair fiasco
“In the wake of what was billed as the first annual Food Truck Fair in downtown Minneapolis, disappointed attendees are demanding refunds,” reports the Pioneer Press.