Otter Tail County jail placed on conditional status after denying inmate food, water

21 March 2024

Kirsti Marohn at MPR News reports the Minnesota Department of Corrections has downgraded Otter Tail County’s jail license after an inmate reported being denied food and water.

Northern News Now reports the Superior School District will lay off 25 teachers before the next school year due to the loss of pandemic-era funding.

A roundup of the latest Uber news in the Twin Cities:

Kare11 reports Minneapolis City Council member Andrea Jenkins would like to reconsider the ordinance which could prompt a possible vote in April. “For his part, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey also released a statement Wednesday urging the council to reconsider the ordinance.”

Alfonzo Galvan with Sahan Journal reports e-bike and scooter rentals through Uber will continue as will Uber Eats services once Uber pulls out of the metro on May 1.

Tim Harlow with the Star Tribune reports Uber will shut down its only Twin Cities service hub located in Richfield on April 15.

MPR’s Regina Medina reports Rochester has banned camping on city property in an attempt to deter homelessness in the city.

WCCO reports between two to five inches of snow is expected Thursday across the state with a second storm system coming Sunday. Some areas could see upwards of 4+ inches of snow by Friday.

Minnesota Reformer’s Michelle Griffith reports DFL lawmakers are considering increased penalties for “straw purchases” and a ban on certain rapid fire triggers following the Burnsville shooting.

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