Starting Next Week, CVS Plans To Vaccinate 63,000 Residents, Workers In Minnesota's Long-Term Care Facilities Next week, CVS Health plans to begin giving Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to 63,000 residents and workers in Minnesota nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
List Of Restaurants Opening This Weekend For Outdoor DiningWCCO-TV's Jason DeRusha has compiled a list of restaurants and bars that are opening for outdoor service this weekend.
'A Slap In The Face': Sen. Gazelka Gathers Bar, Restaurant Owners To Air Frustrations On Gov. Walz's Dining RestrictionsRepublican Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka gathered with restaurant and bar owners Thursday to air frustrations about the continuing restrictions on dining inside, as other restrictions will loosen Friday.
'We Feel Lost Right Now': Minnesota's Live Events Industry Cries Out For ReliefOne of Minnesota's major industries feels forgotten amidst the COVID-19 restrictions.
Minnesota Among Dozens Of States Filing Anti-Trust Lawsuit Against GoogleThe suit alleges the search giant has an illegal monopoly over the online search market that hurts consumers and advertisers.
Downtown Minneapolis Council Launches $1.6M Small Business Grant ProgramThe Minneapolis Downtown Council announced a new program intending to support small, independently-owned businesses as the city continues to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
2 Minnesota Bars Face Liquor License Suspensions Hours After Reopening In Defiance Of Exec. OrderGov. Tim Walz announced Wednesday that indoor service at restaurants, bars and breweries will stay closed through Jan. 11. But some businesses are choosing not to listen.
COVID Vaccine (MN): St. Cloud Company's Dry Ice Helping Vaccines Go The DistanceSome Minnesota companies are acting fast to make sure the vaccine gets to all areas of the state quickly.
Waseca Travel Agency Owner Matthew Schumacher Accused Of Defrauding AgentsThe owner of two Minnesota travel agencies is accused of defrauding at least 36 travel agents out of nearly $500,000, according to a federal indictment released Wednesday.
Stimulus Package Update: Congressional Leaders Move Closer To COVID Relief DealKey lawmakers are approaching a deal on an economic relief package that would include unemployment benefits, but not state and local aid or a liability shield.
COVID Restrictions: Hospitality Groups Call Gov’s Expected Extension To Indoor Dining Pause ‘Shameful And Unjust’Hospitality groups in Minnesota are criticizing the governor’s expected actions of continuing the indoor dining pause, saying the “shameful” restrictions are not supported by the state’s COVID-19 data.
More Than 150 Businesses Plan To Reopen As Soon As Wednesday In Defiance Of Governor's OrderMore than 200 businesses are planning to reopen as soon as Wednesday in defiance of Gov. Tim Walz's dial-back order to slow the spread of COVID-19.
COVID Vaccine (MN): Can Institutions Or Places Require Immunization?Health leaders are encouraging Minnesotans to get the COVID-19 vaccine when becomes available. It won’t be mandatory, but can institutions or places require people to get it?
Restaurant Owners Grateful For Relief Bill's Passage, But Fear Walz's Changes To RestrictionsAs business owners celebrate the relief package, they also have questions about the future. Tomorrow, Walz is planning to announce changes to current restrictions.
Struggling Minneapolis Bar Owner: 'Finish Line' Is Nowhere In Sight For COVID RestrictionsAs Minnesota lawmakers debate a relief plan, small business owners play a waiting game.