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COVID In Wisconsin: State Sees Lowest Daily Case Total Since SeptemberWisconsin health officials on Sunday confirmed 1,119 positive tests for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, the lowest daily total since September.C
Talking Points: How Will Democrats Pass A $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Package?Biden is calling for a dramatic expansion of the child tax credit. The plan calls for direct payment of $300 per month per child for children under six, and $250 a month per child per month for kids ages 6 to 17. In total, that is $3,600 a year for young kids, $3,000 a year for older kids.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Declare Snow Emergencies Following Saturday SnowFollowing Saturday's snowstorm, both of the Twin Cities declared snow emergencies Sunday.
COVID In Minnesota: Nearly 1,200 New Cases, 32 More Deaths ReportedMinnesota health officials on Sunday reported 1,196 more cases of COVID-19 and 32 more deaths.
Minnesota Weather: Another 60 Crashes Reported Overnight On Snowy Minnesota RoadsFollowing Saturday's snow, another 60 crashes were reported on Minnesota roads overnight, leaving seven people injured.
1 Hospitalized After Being Rescued From Burning St. Paul HomeA person was hospitalized Saturday night after St. Paul firefighters rescued them from a burning home.
Minnesota State Patrol Squad Struck Responding To Crash On I-694As of 9 p.m., the Minnesota State Patrol reported there had been 148 crashes statewide, 15 of which involved injury, but none of which were fatal.
Minnesota Weather: Nearly 150 Crashes Statewide As Snow AccumulatesA fresh batch of snow is on the way for the weekend.
Minnesota National Guard Soldiers Deployed For Inauguration Return HomeAbout 800 were in the nation's capitol to provide extra security and assistance during the presidential inauguration.
Snow, Ice Sculptures Going Up For St. Paul Winter CarnivalUsually there's a competitions and sculptures have 48 hours to put their art together. But this year it's not so much a competition as an exposition.
Group Continues Weekly Rallies At State CapitolThis week's event focused on censorship. Attendees say they're worried about rights being taken away and people being censored by having their social media accounts removed.
Minneapolis Holds Buy Black Youth Expos 3 Consecutive SaturdaysThe organizer says it's been a tough year and she wanted to create a space for community and to support young people.