Coronavirus In Minnesota: Positive COVID-19 Case Total Rises To 441, Death Toll Reaches 5According to a map from the Minnesota Department of Health, most of the positive cases so far are in the Twin Cities metro area.
Sheriff: Two Men Rescued After Canoe Capsizes In Lake Superior On FridayThe two men, 24 and 25 years old, were then transported to Essentia Health with non-life threatening injuries.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 'We're Watching You': Racist Note Left On Woodbury Home Of Asian American CoupleA Twin Cities couple says they are sad and angered by a racist note left on their door this week.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Public Playgrounds, Minneapolis River Trails Closed During LockdownMinnesota's "stay-at-home" order begins midnight Friday and lasts until April 10.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Olympic Runner Carrie Tollefson Says 'Get Outside' For Mental HealthWCCO caught up with Olympian Carrie Tollefson to talk about the postponement of the Tokyo games, and what you can do to stay healthy in a new normal.
How Do Ventilators Work?“The ventilator works to provide extra oxygen to people who need it and it allows the patients to exhale so that the carbon dioxide can be removed from the body."
Coronavirus Updates: The Latest COVID-19 Headlines From March 27, 2020Here are the latest updates in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harriet, Nokomis Parkways Close To Help Maintain Social DistancingThe Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) announced the closure of Lake Harriet Parkway and Lake Nokomis Parkway, in response to Gov. Walz executive order directing Minnesotans to stay home.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Veterans Paying It Forward At Senior Living FacilityInstead of standing down, the rifle squad joined forces with Air Force veteran Steve Solmonson to pay it forward. 125 acts of kindness in honor of the 125 members of the squad.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Day Programs For Residents With Disabilities VanishThe agencies many Minnesotans with disabilities depend on are struggling to pay their bills, and they're asking the state for a badly needed lifeline.
'He Was Coughing Up Blood': Sen. Amy Klobuchar On Husband's Recovery From COVID-19"At the beginning I kind of believed him, like, 'Ahh no problem, it's a cold.' I'm sure that's what he thought. You know how guys can be, and that's how he was," she said.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Social Distancing Is Creating Increased Demand On Communication Networks“Every carrier has special network in place to deliver a 911 call and nothing else is riding on that same network."
Ruling In Missouri Case Backed By Lynx's Maya Moore AppealedMissouri's top lawyer has appealed a judge's decision to throw out burglary and assault convictions against a man whose case has been championed by Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: DPS-DVS Offices Closing Statewide For 2 WeeksThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety Driver and Vehicle Services division (DPS-DVS) is closing all exam stations statewide beginning Friday, in response to Gov. Walz executive order for Minnesotans to stay home.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: U Of M's COVID-19 Plan Prompts PETA ComplaintAccording to the animal rights group PETA, the university asked experimenters to "euthanize [animals] as soon as [their] data is collected."