“You distract from a meaningful cause when it devolves into violent lawlessness indiscriminately of black people and white people, being affected by this and you’re not able to empower law enforcement to be able to do their job. Having them retreat from neighborhoods is not the answer.” … [Read more...] about Minnesota native Pete Hegseth reacts to riots: The state has ‘no strong leadership’
This 14-day trip from March 25th to April 7th, 2018 will highlight historic archeological marvels of the Inca, vibrant expressions of indigenous cultures, and unique flora and fauna of cherished gardens and forests. Discover ancient mysteries of the Inca while visiting the legendary citadel of Machu Picchu, breathtaking ruins of the Sacred Valley, and Cusco's cobblestone streets. See colorful and exotic flora during curated garden walks, journey through parks of tranquil beauty in Lima, and observe unique fauna in the depths of the Amazon rainforest. Dive into bustling marketplaces and connect with local peoples in welcoming communities. Explore the unparalleled treasures of Peru's past and present with Knowmad Adventures and the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. Call Knowmad Adventures at 612.315.2894 (ext. 101 for Jordan) for more information and to register. This trip will likely sell out and space is limited. … [Read more...] about Lost Lands of the Inca Trip with Pete Moe, Executive Director of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Announced!
For some infected people, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, the virus can cause severe illness or death. But for most people, it causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough, that clear up in two to three weeks. … [Read more...] about Nebraska sees additional death, more COVID-19 cases
Details are pending, but police said no weapon was used, and the 30-year-old officer suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the attack by a 32-year-old man at 11:30 p.m. on the 1000 block of Potrero Avenue, according to San Francisco police. … [Read more...] about Officer attacked in SF’s Mission District while transporting suspect to jail
Gaylor’s organization represents non-union contractors and was a major supporter of the Republican-backed 2012 law banning employees from being required to pay union dues or fees and the 2015 repeal of the state law setting wages for public construction projects. A construction union group has funded anti-Gaylor commercials and mailings in hopes of boosting Baldwin, who has support from the Republican mayors of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield. … [Read more...] about Tight congressional races top Indiana’s delayed primary