Allina, Nurses Ready To Head Back To The Negotiating TableThe Minnesota Nurses Association expects the ongoing Allina Health nurses strike to be the longest of its kind in state history.
Twin Cities Nurses’ Strike Enters Day 9Twin Cities nurses remained on the picket line Tuesday, awaiting a return to the negotiating table in hopes of striking a deal with Allina Health.
Strike Still Set For Allina NursesAfter a 22-hour negotiating session, there is no new agreement between Allina Health and nurses, which means Monday's strike is still on.
Talks Between Allina, Nurses Break Down; Another Strike PossibleAnother nurses’ strike may be in store for the Twin Cities after talks between the nurses union and Allina Health recently broke down.
Nearly 5,000 Nurses Return To Work Following Week-Long StrikeNearly 5,000 nurses returned to work Sunday morning after a week-long strike affecting five Twin Cities hospitals.
Nurses' Strike Enters Day 4On Tuesday, the Nurses' Association called on Minnesota's attorney general to audit the finances of Allina hospitals.
Thousands Of Minnesota Nurses Enter 3rd Day Of StrikeNearly 5,000 nurses in the Twin Cities remain on strike for the third day in a row, as replacement nurses continue to care for patients.
Nurses At 5 Twin Cities Hospitals Begin Weeklong StrikeAs of Sunday, around 41 percent of the nurses in the Twin Cities metro are on strike.
What's At Stake In The Allina Nurse StrikeThe date is set for thousands of nurses pledging to walk out of area hospitals. The strike will start Sunday, June 18 at 7 a.m. for nurses who work at several Allina Health hospitals, including Abbott Northwestern in Minneapolis and United in St. Paul.
Allina Nurses Vote To StrikeThousands of Twin Cities nurses are preparing to go on strike on June 19. The Minnesota Nurses Association delivered a 10-day notice of intent to strike to Allina Health executives Wednesday.
Allina Braces For Nurse StrikeThousands of Twin Cities nurses are preparing to go on strike. Nurses for five Allina Health hospitals rejected a contract offer from the company Monday, and authorized to strike.
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