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Clarifying COVID: What Do We Need To Know About The J&J Vaccine?It’s been a year since the first case of COVID-19 was detected in Minnesota. And since then, life has changed, the virus has evolved and multiple vaccine options are now on the table.
After Audio Malfunction, Minnesota H.S. Hockey Ref Belts Out National AnthemReferees take a lot of heat, but one in Minnesota came to the rescue before the game even started.
Minnesota Restaurants Hoping To Get People Seated In The Sun: 'Every Degree Helps Sell A Few More Beers'Wednesday’s weather and the forecast ahead has restaurants, bars and breweries hoping for an early spring to get more outdoor business.
Gov. Walz: Vaccine Timeline Could Speed Up With Arrival Of Johnson & Johnson DosesJohnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine has officially arrived in Minnesota.
Third Stimulus Check: Why Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400A third stimulus check seems likely, but it won't necessarily be the $1,400 amount that everyone keeps talking about.
1 Dead After Bloomington House FireThe Bloomington Fire Department is investigating a fatal house fire Wednesday afternoon.
Leader Of Wisconsin Senate Dems Says Voters Who Oppose Raising Taxes 'Aren't Smart'The leader of Democrats in the Wisconsin Senate said Wednesday that county voters who reject raising local sales taxes “aren't smart," a comment she stood by during the panel discussion but later called a “poor choice of words."
Meth Supplier Sentenced To 7 Years In Federal PrisonU.S. District Judge James Peterson said in sentencing Chong Chueneng Moua Tuesday that the defendant was the source of large quantities of methamphetamine flowing into Wisconsin.
St. Paul Man Charged In Hit-And-Run Death Of 60-Year-Old Lor XiongChristopher Mack, 23, faces a felony criminal vehicular homicide charge in the hit-and-run death of 60-year-old Lor Xiong.
Woman Walking With Young Children Struck By Teenage Driver In WoodburyA woman and her two young children, one of which was in a stroller, were struck by a teenage driver Tuesday evening in Woodbury.
COVID In Minnesota: 17 Deaths, 788 Cases ReportedHealth officials on Wednesday reported 788 additional cases of COVID-19 and 17 deaths. More than 1.4 million vaccine doses have been administered in the state.
Tips For Buying A Home In A Historically Tough MarketAs we enter the second spring of the pandemic, WCCO offers some tips to get you into a new place sooner rather than later.