COVID In Minnesota: MDH Reports 826 Cases, 13 DeathsMinnesota health officials on Saturday reported an additional 826 cases of COVID-19 and 13 deaths.
Minnesota's Budget Forecast Takes A Major TurnThe economic forecast detailed Friday represents nearly a $3 billion swing from the December estimate.
M Health Fairview's Volunteer Effort Crucial To Vaccine DistributionVolunteers have answered the call to help in the vaccination distribution process in a big way. When M Health Fairview asked for volunteers, more than 2,100 people responded, including Lisa Nasseff.
Until Kids Can Get Vaccinated, Families With Vulnerable Children Stuck In LimboIf all goes well, it will still be many months before COVID-19 vaccines are available for kids.
Mankato Hy-Vee Incorrectly Dilutes Vaccines, Administers To 62 PatientsA Hy-Vee pharmacy in Mankato incorrectly diluted doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, a mix-up which has impacted 62 of their patients.
COVID In Minnesota: 1,156 Cases, 12 New Deaths ReportedA day after Gov. Tim Walz announced the next steps of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Minnesota, state health officials reported 1,156 additional cases and 12 deaths.
Fit February: A 'Five-A-Day' For Improving Mental HealthWhen it comes to nutrition, many people try to get five servings a day of fruits and vegetables. Now, a behavioral psychologist is recommending that people try five small servings a day of things to reduce their stress and improve their mental health.
How Do Minnesota's Vaccination Efforts Stack Up To Other States?Some say other states seem to be vaccinating families faster and wonder how Minnesota stacks up.
Wisconsin Teachers, Child Care Workers Eligible For Vaccine MondayTeachers belong to a group of 700,000 people who will be eligible for the vaccine starting Monday, joining those over 65.
Seniors Still Frustrated, Waiting For Vaccines As Minnesota Looks To Next PhaseKelsey LaValle has been trying to help her 70-year-old aunt get the COVID-19 vaccine. She says she's signed up for every list to be notified but so far, no luck.
Hospitality, Travel Industries See ‘Glimmers Of Hope’ For Job Return, Economic RecoveryMore than 36,000 travel and hospitality workers in Minneapolis have been impacted by the pandemic.
Minnesota State Fair Officials Planning To Go Ahead In 2021, For NowThe fair was canceled last year because of the coronavirus; it was the first time the fair had been canceled in about three-quarters of a century.