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‘This Is Appalling’: Gov. Walz Reacts To Report On Federal Reserve Of Vaccines Being ExhaustedMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz is calling a report that the federal vaccine supply reserve has been exhausted “appalling.”
'No Credible Threats' To Minnesota State Capitol; Safety Officials Are 'Alert' And 'Prepared' Ahead Of InaugurationGov. Tim Walz and other state and local leaders gave an update on security concerns and plans at the Minnesota State Capitol on Friday afternoon. 
Due To Security Threats, MN’s Federal Courthouses To Close For Several Days Beginning SundayFederal courthouses in Minnesota will be closed in the days leading up to the presidential inauguration.
COVID In Minnesota: 33 Deaths And 1,640 Virus Cases Reported, Over 180,000 Total Vaccine Doses DistributedA day after the Minnesota Department of Health announced that hospitals can start distributing the vaccine to anyone 65 years and older, they also reported an additional 1,640 cases of COVID and 33 deaths.
MN Weather: 190+ Crashes After Winter Storm Creates Blizzard, Hazardous Travel ConditionsA slow-moving winter storm with gusty winds is whipping up blizzard conditions and causing hazardous travel in southwestern Minnesota and northeastern South Dakota.
COVID Vaccine Questions Answered: Can You Still Catch Virus After First Dose?As the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines accelerates, Dr. Mallika Marshall and Dr. Max Gomez answer common questions about vaccinations.
For National Bagel Day, Jason DeRusha Lists His Top Bagel Spots In MinnesotaCraving a bagel on National Bagel Day?
1 Dead, Investigation Underway After North Mpls. ShootingMinneapolis police say an investigation is underway after a fatal shooting on the city’s north side Thursday evening.
Brooklyn Park Standoff Ends: Child Hostage Released, Suspect Dies Of Self-Inflicted Gunshot WoundBrooklyn Park police say a standoff where an armed man broke into a home and held a child hostage has been resolved Thursday evening. The child is safe. The suspect died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Minnesota Weather: Sloppy Storm Heads Into 2nd Day; Blizzard Warnings For Much Of StateMinnesota's stretch of dry and mild weather is ending Thursday as a sloppy storm system swirls over the state, threatening blizzard conditions in southwestern Minnesota and snow accumulations as high as 7 inches in the Twin Cities.
Minnesota Lawmakers Introduce Anti-Copper Mining LegislationMinnesota lawmakers are ramping up efforts to prevent mining companies from gaining a foothold in Minnesota with legislation that aims to slow or ban copper-nickel mining on the Iron Range.
How To Talk To Kids About The NewsAll of us have seen scary things over the past week, our kids included. During this time, many parents have a hard time knowing what to say.