With Local Air Travel Down 92%, WCCO Tours Near-Empty MSP AirportWCCO bought a plane ticket in order to go past MSP Airport security and see the empty boarding spaces firsthand.
'We're Prepared': Minnesota Governor, Top Health Official Acknowledge Human Toll Attached To ReopeningThe Minnesota Department of Health says it's bracing for more cases of COVID-19 as the state reopens.
‘We Are Prepared To Open Our Doors’: Mall Of America To Reopen Retail Stores On June 1The Mall of America on Thursday announced it will reopen retail stores beginning June 1.
Will Meat Shortages Drive More Americans To Try More Plant-Based Alternatives?The meat-packing industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak leading to shortages across the country. Will that drive Americans to try more plant-based products?
'A New Fee Everyday': Cities Consider Putting Fee Caps On Food Delivery AppsRestaurants relying on delivery apps to reach customers say it’s cutting into their bottom line.
Minnesota's COVID-19 Jobs Crisis: A Reality CheckGov. Walz has loosened some of the COVID-19 restrictions that have shut down businesses for months. That's some good news -- but it may not be enough to ease massive unemployment around the state.
'We Will Figure It Out': Elation And Anxiety As Small Business Owners Prepare For ReopeningErin Hassanzadeh explains exactly what's allowed, and what is still off-limits, when Minnesota's stay-at-home order expires on Monday.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Walz Expected To Extend Emergency Order, To Update At 6 P.M.The state’s peacetime emergency was set to expire on May 13. The peacetime emergency gives the governor power to issue executive orders.
'We're Balancing Human Life Here': Minnesota's Big Decision On ReopeningIf Minnesota reopens next week, it would go against the nation's leading voice on how to make it through this pandemic.
'All Hands On Deck': Minnesota-Based dpHUE Stepping Up In Pandemic's At-Home Hair Coloring BoomA Minnesota hair coloring company is adjusting to the boom in business while helping stylists who are out of work.
Coronavirus In MN: Fitness Centers Prepare For Reopening In Post-COVID-19 LandscapeFitness centers across the state are planning for when it's safe to reopen.
USDA Reports Higher Prices For Certain Groceries Amid COVID-19 PandemicAccording to the USDA, the cost of a dozen eggs has gone up by 49 cents in the last month. Chicken breasts are currently up about 20 cents, and pork chops by about 26 cents.
'Our Farmers Have Never Stopped': Bongards Cheese Teams With USDA To Feed Families Struggling During PandemicA new federal program is helping Minnesota farmers get food on the dinner tables of families in need.
'It's Going To Feel So Good': Hudson Small Business Owners Elated To ReopenSecond Street is usually the heartbeat of Hudson, but people have gotten used to seeing "Closed" signs on storefronts. News that those signs will now be flipping the other way is the talk of the town.
What's The Status Of COVID-19 Testing In Minnesota?For months, we heard there weren't enough COVID-19 tests to go around. Now, health officials think people aren't getting the new message, those with symptoms can, and should, get tested.