Stimulus Check Latest: Have The Chances Of A $2,000 Payment Improved?With Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock winning Senate seats in Georgia, the Democrats will soon control the presidency and both houses of Congress, increasing the likelihood of additional stimulus.
Minnesota Restaurants Happily Scramble To Prep For 'Miracle' ReopeningsWednesday's announcement to reopen restaurants on Monday comes as great relief to business owners in Minnesota, but they are scrambling once again.
UnitedHealth To Pay Nearly $8B For Technology Company ChangeUnitedHealth will pay $25.75 in cash for each share of Change Healthcare in a deal the companies expect to close in the second half of the year.
Stimulus Check Update: How Much Money Will New Parents Receive?Parents of children born in 2020 are eligible for stimulus payments covering their dependents, if they meet the income requirements.
Mickey's Diner Online Fundraiser Yields $70KAn iconic Twin Cities dining car is back on track thanks to the community’s generosity.
St. Paul, Buffalo Restaurants Lose Food Licenses For 60 Days For Indoor DiningTwo more Minnesota restaurants are facing punishment for serving customers indoors.
Restaurants Hoping Gov. Walz Allows Indoor Dining At 50% CapacityIt's been a chilly few weeks for Minnesota diners, with outdoor dining only -- but they will soon be able to warm up.
Stimulus Check Latest: Will You Receive A Third Payment Later This Year?Stimulus payments from the second stimulus package have just started reaching Americans, but it's never too early to start thinking about a third check.
COVID In MN: Gov. Walz Expected To Announce Easing Of Indoor Dining RestrictionsIndoor dining has not been allowed for almost two months in Minnesota, but Teddy Tschann, the governor’s communications director, says Walz will “announce a loosening of restrictions on indoor dining and other settings” in an address scheduled for Wednesday at 2 p.m.
'It's Time For Us Patriots To Rise Up': Albert Lea Bar Owner Leads Rally To Protest Possible 5-Year Liquor License LossA Minnesota bar owner facing a possible five-year suspension of her liquor license for remaining open for indoor service says she's fine with that.
Fund For St. Paul Businesses Hurt By Unrest Still Has $800,000The fund has distributed $91,000 to four businesses damaged by vandalism in May, as well as given seven grants to community nonprofits ranging from $5,000 to $9,000.
Iconic Mickey's Diner In St. Paul, Struggling With Pandemic Closure, Needs Help To Stay AfloatIt's known for the food. It's known for its fame. Now, help can't come soon enough for an iconic Twin Cities restaurant.
Despite COVID Restrictions, Some Twin Cities Restaurants Experiencing BoomWith ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, most Minnesota restaurant owners are ending the worst year they've ever known. But a few are surprisingly seeing significant growth.
COVID In Minnesota: AG Ellison Looks To Stop Winnebago New Year's Eve Bash Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said Wednesday he wants to shut down a planned New Year's Eve party in Winnebago because it violates Gov. Tim Walz's executive order on activities that could hasten the spread of COVID-19.
Stimulus Check Update: 'Lapse In Payments Going To Force People Deeper Into Debt,' Says Business ProfDelays in signing and implementing the second stimulus could cause a lapse in unemployment benefits at a time when people can't afford it.