Rep. Angie Craig Sues To Keep 2nd Congressional District Race On November Ballot After Candidate's DeathDemocratic Congresswoman Angie Craig filed a lawsuit Monday to ask the courts to let the 2nd District Congressional race proceed in the November election.
Coon Rapids Senior Center's Parking Lot Bingo Provides Residents With COVID Safe OutingMeteorologist Lisa Meadows often takes the Mobile Weather Lab out to schools for show and tell during weather talks, but with many kids learning from home nowadays she ended up taking it out to a parking lot of seniors for a unique game of Bingo.
'My New Norm For A While': Woman Who Quit Job To Be Stay-At-Home Mom Says No Regrets“I expected the regret to set in but it hasn’t yet,” McGovern said. "I have seen a substantial difference in my relationship with the kids. Getting along better, there’s less stress in the house."
Conservatives Ask For Immediate Halt To Wisconsin Mask Order, Saying Executive Branch Powers Must Be 'Reined In'Conservatives asked a judge on Monday to immediately put an end to Wisconsin's mask mandate, arguing that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers doesn't have the authority to issue such an order that comes as cases of COVID-19 continue to surge across the state.
MN Court Of Appeals: Separate Locker Room Violated Transgender Boy’s RightThe Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Monday that schools must allow students to use locker rooms that are consistent with their gender identity, saying a suburban school district violated the rights of a transgender student by keeping him from using the boys' main locker room.
North Minneapolis Homeowner Arrested After Investigators Say Man Shot Was An AcquaintanceA 23-year-old Owatonna man was fatally shot last Thursday night after he entered a home in north Minneapolis and fought with the homeowner.
Tuesday Is National Coffee Day, And Companies Are Offering Discounts, Deals And Free DrinksHeads up, coffee-drinkers. Tuesday is National Coffee Day, and several companies are offering discounted brews.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Another 900+ New COVID-19 Cases, 7 More DeathsOver the weekend, Minnesota's COVID-19 death toll breached 2,000. On Monday, another seven deaths were added to the total, as 936 more cases of the novel coronavirus were confirmed.
'Very Rare' Deadly Shooting On St. Paul's Grand Avenue Shocks NeighborhoodOne man is dead and another is in serious condition after a shooting early Sunday morning in St. Paul's popular Grand Avenue business district.
'Red Sunday': Marchers Take To Minneapolis Streets to Demand Justice For Breonna TaylorDemands for racial justice and equality echoed through downtown Minneapolis Sunday, as hundreds turned out in support of Breonna Taylor.
Kenyon Woman, 95, Takes Flight In War Plane Flown By Late Husband, Restored By SonWith the help of her son and an 80-year-old airplane, a 95-year-old Kenyon woman can cross something pretty big off her bucket list.