Will You See A Second Stimulus Payment?A second stimulus payment seemed unlikely after the first stimulus led to economic gains but has a good chance now as the virus spikes and recovery stalls.
'You Can't Just Charge Straight Ahead': Health Experts Say Virus Spread Must Guide School ReopeningsAs the Trump administration pushes full steam ahead to force schools to resume in-person education, public health experts warn that a one-size-fits-all reopening could drive infection and death rates even higher.
What Might A Second Stimulus Payment Look Like For You?A second stimulus payment grows more likely by the day, with coronavirus surging and the fate of the economy hanging in the balance.
Federal Officials Offer Reward For Info On Those Who Burned Minneapolis Post OfficesFederal officials are offering a reward for information on those who set fire to two Minneapolis post offices during the nights of unrest following George Floyd’s death.
Cub Foods To Open 2 Pop-Up Tent Locations To Fight Food Deserts After George Floyd UnrestTwo Minneapolis grocery stores damaged in the riots following George Floyd's death in late May will reopen to help communities struggling with access to fresh groceries.
PPP Bill Author Rep. Angie Craig: More Money Will Get To Small BusinessesAnother round of $130 billion of loan money is available to help small businesses during the pandemic.
'They Care For Our Littlest Minnesotans': Gov., Lt. Gov. Announce $56.6M Proposal To Help Child Care Centers During PandemicGov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan have announced a plan to distribute tens of millions of dollars to child care providers.
St. Paul's Critically Acclaimed In Bloom Restaurant To Permanently CloseA critically acclaimed St. Paul restaurant is the latest to permanently close during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Companies Tied To Minnesota Lawmakers Jeremy Miller, Ryan Winkler Benefited From PPP LoansA more than century-old scrap metal business owned by the Minnesota Senate president was among hundreds of thousands of businesses nationwide to get a boost from the Treasury Department's Payroll Protection Program.
Fargo Easing Restrictions To Public BuildingsFargo Mayor Tim Mahoney said he's easing restrictions on access to public buildings, many of which were closed to residents because of the coronavirus.
For July 4th Holiday, Tourism Leaders Encourage Minnesotans To Travel Within StateAAA predicts that Americans will take around 700 million trips this summer starting with the July 4th holiday. That is way down from previous years, but the majority of those are expected to be road trips.
Calhoun Beach Club Apartments To Drop The Calhoun NameThe Aimco, which owns the building, says it’s removing the name as a show of solidarity with the local community. The building’s new name has yet to be announced.
Lawmakers Seek Community Input For 'The Renaissance Of Lake Street' After George Floyd UnrestMinneapolis' Lake Street, Midtown and West Broadway are all corridors that will need to at least be partially rebuilt after the unrest following the death of George Floyd -- and the state wants to help with the community's input.
‘We Need To Work Together’: Walz, Flanagan Announce Partnership To Provide Tech And Internet Access For Students In Communities Of NeedMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan on Tuesday announced a public-private partnership with notable Minnesota philanthropic and business leaders that’s aimed at getting students access to technology and adequate internet.
Health Officials Outline Plans For How School Can Resume This FallMinnesota is in phase three of reopening, which allows schools to open in a hybrid model, given guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Minnesota Department of Health.