Cancellation Of State Fair Leaves Many Minnesotans DespairingAcross social media, people registered their feelings about what feels like the last straw for an utterly broken summer.
'Blindsided' Restaurateurs Say Gov. Tim Walz Didn't Listen To Their Concerns Before Issuing New OrderRestaurant owners are criticizing Gov. Tim Walz for his new "Stay Safe Minnesota" regulations.
'Really Feel Bad For The Kids': 20 Minnesota County Fairs Have Already Canceled Due To COVID-19Many summer traditions include a trip to the county fairground -- but COVID-19 is slowly cutting down the options.
Many Restaurants Surprised By Gov. Walz's Outdoor Seating Requirement To ReopenMany Minnesota restaurant owners see the state's new rules on reopening as another obstacle, as they have already been working around the clock to be ready for June 1.
Izzy's Ice Cream Puts Minneapolis Location Up For SaleA spokesperson for the company confirmed that they’re selling the building, but said that they do not plan to sell the business itself.
With A ‘Heavy Heart’, Burger Jones’ Minneapolis Location To Permanently CloseAfter 11 years of operation, the Burger Jones in Minneapolis will permanently close its doors. The Burnsville location, however, will live on.
St. Anthony Main Movie Theatre Plans To Reopen June 5The theater said that they are going to be selling fewer tickets than normal, and blocking off rows and seating groups to ensure that viewers are sitting at least 6 feet apart.
'The Evidence Is Still Very Much Out': The Problem With Serology TestingMinnesota health leaders say one COVID-19 test may not hold the answers you expect.
Minnesota Restaurants And Bars To Learn 'Four Pillars' Reopening Guidelines WednesdayMinnesota restaurant owners are stocking up on supplies in anticipation of new reopening guidelines set to be revealed Wednesday.
Are Restaurants Liable If Customers, Staff Get COVID-19?With many Minnesota bars and restaurants reopening June 1 in the midst of the pandemic, legal questions hang in the air about a business's responsibility in keeping everyone involved safe and healthy.
14 DVS Exam Stations Reopen For Limited Services To Crowds Of MinnesotansMinnesota's Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) reopened 14 of its exam stations Monday, with a crowd of more than 100 people waiting in line at the Arden Hills location.
'I Feel Like We Aliens': Shoppers Flock To Rosedale Center During Pandemic ReopeningAs part of Gov. Tim Walz's effort to turn the dial on the economy, retail shops were given the greenlight to open Monday.
'We've Missed You': Mystic Lake And Little Six Casinos To Reopen May 26Mystic Lake and Little Six casinos will be reopening on Tuesday, May 26, after being closed for two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
AAA Says They Won't Issue Travel Forecast For Memorial DayThe lowest figure reported by AAA was in 2009, during the recession, when only 31 million travelers hit the road. AAA says this year may break that record.
'There's Only One Bill To Prioritize -- Everything Else Is Negotiable': CBS Analyst Explains How To Navigate Outstanding Balances On Limited FundsJill Schlesinger, certified financial planner and CBS News business analyst, looks at how to devise a game plan for paying bills when money is tight.