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An Exclusive Look Inside C4: Minnesota's ICU Command CenterAs ICU beds get closer to reaching capacity in Minnesota, there's a dedicated team working around the clock to make sure every patient gets the care they need.
Thanksgiving Eve: Packed Minnesota Grocery Stores, Packed Wisconsin BarsThe pandemic isn't just changing Thanksgiving -- it's also impacting the preparation and the pre-party.
Pastor Of Oldest Black Church In Minnesota Reflects On Using Faith To Strengthen The Past And PresentDuring a year focused on social justice, a St. Paul church is celebrating its proud history. Pilgrim Baptist Church is the oldest Black church in Minnesota, and one of the oldest in the Midwest.
Wisconsin COVID Infections Begin To Tick DownwardThe number of confirmed COVID-19 infections in Wisconsin continued to tick downward Wednesday, a rare bit of good news for health officials as they struggle to contain the deadly disease.
Court: Ex-Wisconsin Police Officer Can Try To Rescind Plea In Suitcase MurdersA former suburban Milwaukee police officer convicted of killing two women during sex and stuffing their corpses into suitcases can keep trying to withdraw his guilty plea in one of the cases.
Attempted Robber Attacks Man, Tries To Steal His Xbox Near University Of MinnesotaThe University of Minnesota says there was an attempted robbery Wednesday evening in the Como neighborhood.
Apple Valley Police: Missing Man Gregg Johnson Found SafeApple Valley police say 57-year-old Gregg Johnson, who went missing last Friday morning, was found safe Wednesday.
25 Gopher Football Program Members Have Tested Positive For COVIDMore members of the University of Minnesota's Gopher football program have tested positive for COVID-19.
Restaurants Forced To Pivot For Thanksgiving, Offer Take-Out MealsSome Minnesota restaurants have made a huge pivot this Thanksgiving. Originally planning on offering an in-person feast, they are now forced to close this year due to COVID-19 concerns.
Concerned About Safety At 38th And Chicago, Neighbor Wants Street Reopened“Most people are like, we are in support of George Floyd but we want our space back," a concerned homeowner said. "I want to be able to live in my house and not deal with this anymore.”
Thanksgiving In Isolation: Finding Ways To Comfort Loved Ones In Long-Term Care FacilitiesThis Thanksgiving will be yet another tough day for people living in isolation in long-term care facilities.
Under New Search Warrant Policy, MPD Officers Will Need To Announce Their Presence Prior To EntryMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo on Wednesday issued a new policy governing the police department’s use of unannounced entry or no-knock warrants.