Biden has called frequently for more money and action to shore up and improve the nation's crumbling roads and bridges.

Biden touts infrastructure bill amid bridge collapse

January 28
Biden has called frequently for more money and action to shore up and improve the nation's crumbling roads and bridges.
New Vikings GM: 'It just felt right'
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New Vikings GM: 'It just felt right'

January 27
The Vikings introduced new General Manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah on Thursday morning.
Biden pledges to pick Black woman for Supreme Court
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Politics

Biden pledges to pick Black woman for Supreme Court

January 27
President Joe Biden on Thursday affirmed his pledge to nominate the first Black woman to the U.S. Supreme Court, saying it was "long overdue." He praised retiring Justice Stephen Breyer as a model public servant and promised a nominee by the end of February.
Morning forecast: 27, mix of clouds and sun
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Weather

Morning forecast: 27, mix of clouds and sun

7:19am
It'll be mild this weekend and early next week, with a little bit of light snow across northeastern Minnesota today.
George Floyd's brother, nephew speak after opening statements
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Video

George Floyd's brother, nephew speak after opening statements

January 25
Philonise Floyd and Brandon Williams addressed the press after opening statements Monday in the federal trial of the three fired Minneapolis police officers who are accused of depriving George Floyd of his constitutional rights by failing to intervene.
'Immersive Van Gogh' turns a Minneapolis building into participatory art
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'Immersive Van Gogh' turns a Minneapolis building into participatory art

August 12, 2021
The exhibition takes viewers on a one-hour tour of about 400 of the artist's paintings projected onto the walls, ceilings and floors of the one-time warehouse in northeast Minneapolis.
See inside the reopened Dayton's Project in downtown Minneapolis
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See inside the reopened Dayton's Project in downtown Minneapolis

November 16, 2021
The Dayton's Project opened to the public in November with a makers' market. After a $350 million conversion into offices, the building's first tenant, Ernst & Young, moved in.