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Study Ranks Minnesota As 6th Safest State During PandemicA new study ranks Minnesota as the sixth safest state during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Appeals Court: Judge Erred In Not Reinstating 3rd-Degree Murder Charge Against Derek ChauvinThe Minnesota Court of Appeals decided on Friday that the trial judge in the Derek Chauvin case erred in not reinstating the third-degree murder charge against the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd.
HealthPartners Now Offering Drive-Up COVID-19 VaccinationsHealthPartners opened its first drive-up vaccination site at its headquarters in Bloomington and is prepared to open more drive-up sites as vaccine supply increases.
COVID-19 In MN: 1 Year Since 1st Case Detected In MN, Total Cases Approaching 490,000As doses of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine begins to be administered in the state, Minnesota health officials on Friday reported 813 more cases and 13 more deaths.
Stimulus Check Update: Are Relief Payments Bad For The Economy?A third stimulus check is a very popular idea, but some experts believe it's not what the economy needs right now.
2 Suspects Taken Into Custody Following Bloomington StandoffOne person has been taken into custody and another suspect is in a building surrounded by law enforcement in a Bloomington standoff situation Friday morning.
Roy Wilkins Auditorium To Become Minnesota's 5th Permanent Vaccination SiteThe Roy Wilkins Auditorium will again become a COVID-19 vaccination site, Gov. Tim Walz announced Friday.
Mpls. Fire Dept. Looking To Diversify Workforce To ‘Better Reflect The Community It Serves’The Minneapolis Fire Department says it is looking to diversify its workforce in a push to better reflect the community it serves.
Twin Cities Man Arrested After Leading Troopers On A High-Speed Chase In Western WisconsinA 28-year-old Twin Cities man was arrested Thursday after allegedly leading police in western Wisconsin on a high-speed chase and pointing a gun at another motorist.
2 Years Later, Community Demands Answers, Accountability From Water GremlinTwo years after the state slapped a manufacturing plant with one of the largest pollution fines in Minnesota history, neighbors still wait for answers.
'Get Out Of The Car!': Northern Minnesota Woman 'Angry' After Being Carjacked Outside Mpls. Senior CenterA woman from northern Minnesota says it only took moments for carjackers to strike during her visit to the Twin Cities.
La Crosse Sues Foam-Makers Over PFAS PollutionThe city of La Crosse filed a lawsuit Thursday against a host of chemical manufacturers that produced firefighting foam linked to groundwater contamination around the city's airport.