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Bernie Sanders returns to the Twin Cities for a campaign rally Friday.
What's happening: The U.S. senator and former presidential candidate will campaign with DFL Attorney General Keith Ellison.
A nonstop flight between Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Seoul, South Korea is back.
Driving the news: Delta Air Lines resumed the long-haul international flight, which was paused at the start of the pandemic, this week.
Minnesota's St. Olaf College made Architectural Digest's recent list of the 53 "prettiest" campuses in America.
What they're saying: "The campus, known to locals as 'The Hill,' is surrounded by wetlands, woodlands, and tall prairie grass," the publication wrote.
Paula Overby, a third-party candidate running in one of the Minnesota's most competitive congressional races, has died with less than five weeks to go until Election Day.
What happened: Overby, the Legal Marijuana Now Party's nominee in the 2nd Congressional District, died Wednesday morning following complications related to a failing heart valve, her son confirmed to Axios. She was 68.
Early voters in a St. Paul House district will no longer see a dead former candidate appear on their ballot.
Prime Therapeutics no longer needs its state-of-the-art corporate office in Eagan that was completed just three years ago.
What's happening: The company, which is a pharmacy benefits manager, has retained local brokers from real estate firm CBRE to market its 400,000-square-foot campus for sublease as it embraces more remote work, multiple sources told Axios.
A Lakeville DVS office is now offering same-day turnaround for driver's licenses.
Driving the news: The Dakota County License Center in Lakeville and the Clay County Department of Motor Vehicles in Moorhead are participating in the pilot program.
Macy's is planning to reopen the restaurant in its Ridgedale Center store, but it won't be a Lakeshore Grill.
What's happening: The department store has submitted plans to the city to convert the space to The Social Kitchen & Libations.