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Three detainees have been hospitalized since the strike began a week ago.
Move could affect 8,000 employees in Minnesota's sheltered workshops.
Kevin Ehrman-Solberg, social justice activist and co-founder of Mapping Prejudice Project, dies at 33
Ehrman-Solberg excelled at digital mapmaking.
On Sunday evening, a 9-year-old was reported missing at Carver Lake Park Beach in Woodbury. A police officer dove into the lake and found the child, who was later pronounced dead.
Lindstrom helped tribes and counties across the nation to develop programs to ensure that federal law was followed and Indian children were not forcibly removed.
Parents of children as young as 7 or 8 describe agonizing waits in emergency departments that are not equipped to treat people with serious mental illness and where prolonged stays can be traumatic.
Facilities are ramping up efforts to persuade workers to embrace the vaccines.
Thousands of Twin Cities residents are benefiting from a highly coordinated campaign to expand COVID-19 vaccinations to minority communities hardest hit by the pandemic. At the center of the initiative is the State Fairgrounds.
"It's like we're all on the Titanic and trying to get everyone we can on the lifeboats as fast as we possibly can," said Chris Runyon, who works for Hennepin Healthcare.
Minn. Sex Offender Program psychologist assaulted two male clients, charges say.