COVID In Minnesota: State Tallies More Than 10,000 Reinfections Since Pandemic's StartAs post-Thanksgiving crowds hit stores for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday deals, health officials in Minnesota report 4,131 new cases of COVID-19 and 56 deaths.
Group Urges Madison, Wis. Officials To Keep Homeless Camp OpenThe city wants to move people living in the park into shelters and a hotel. The Wisconsin State Journal reported that volunteer group Community Action Against Reindahl Eviction issued a statement Wednesday asking the city to halt the eviction.
Black Friday Shoppers Arrive Early At Shopping Centers, Local RetailersThose seeking to spend money may require some extra time and patience to find what they want this year. Many in-demand products have become exceedingly hard to find. Shipping delays at ports and a nationwide trucker shortage have left many stores struggling to keep shelves stocked.
Woodbury Woman Dies In Crash On Southbound Highway 61 In Cottage GroveAuthorities in the Twin Cities are investigating a fatal crash Thursday night in the southeast metro.
'That's A Unicorn': Plymouth Man Lands Record Muskie On Lake Mille LacsA Minnesota man rushing to sneak in a final fishing expedition before the freeze on one of the state's largest lakes appears to have broken a 64-year-old state record.
For Some Minnesotans, Dropping Off Turkey Dinners For Those In Need Is A Thanksgiving TraditionVolunteers with Open Arms of Minnesota spent Thursday morning packing made-from-scratch turkey dinners for Minnesotans with life-threatening illnesses. For many volunteers, it was a Thanksgiving tradition.
Minnesota Health Care Workers Reflect On Blessings While Working Thanksgiving Day: 'A Lot Of Our Patients Are Going To Be Alone'While many Minnesotans enjoy the comfort of family and friends this Thanksgiving, Dr. Jess Boland and nurse Mikayla Reimers are caring for people they barley know.
9 Hurt After Car Slams Into Amish Buggy In North-Central WisconsinNine people were injured in north-central Wisconsin when a vehicle rear-ended an Amish buggy at “highway speeds," authorities said.
Legal Experts See Case For Intent In Deadly Waukesha Parade CrashThe man accused of plowing his SUV into a parade of Christmas marchers could have turned down a side street but didn’t. Once he passed it, he never touched the brakes — barreling through and leaving bodies in his wake, according to a criminal complaint.
Anoka Police Seek Help Finding Brandon RichartAuthorities in the Twin Cities are asking the public's help in finding a missing man.
Minnesota Is Nation's Leader In Turkey ProductionProduction numbers show there's a good chance that a Thanksgiving turkey came from Minnesota, especially if you live in the Midwest.
Runners Give Thanks For Family, Health At 5K In Maple GroveNearly 200 people started their Thanksgiving morning with a 5K run around Arbor Lake.
Police: 2 Arrested In Connection With St. Anthony RunawaysThe St. Anthony Police Department said that while investigating the runaways, officers found "evidence of malicious punishment and neglect."
Dumpster Fire Spreads To Building On Franklin Ave. In MinneapolisNo one was injured in the fire, and it only burned the building's exterior, the Minneapolis Fire Department said.
Minnesota Man With Alzheimer's Reported Missing In IowaAccording to the Polk County Sheriff's Office, 81-year-old Mitchell Riley left a rest area on I-35 early Wednesday and hasn't been seen since.