Twin Cities Long-Term Care Facility To Mandate COVID Vaccines For EmployeesCenters for Disease Control data show nearly 90% of the residents at Minnesota facilities are fully vaccinated. Only 65% of the staff in those places have received their shots.
Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Extended For Northern Half Of State Until Wednesday EveningThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has extended the current air quality alert for the northern half of the state.
3 Ex-MPD Officers Charged In George Floyd Death Want Federal Trial Separate From Derek ChauvinThree former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights are asking that their federal trials be separated from the trial of Derek Chauvin, who has already been convicted on state murder charges for kneeling on Floyd's neck as the Black man pleaded for air.
Hennepin, Ramsey Counties To Reinstate Indoor Mask PolicyFace coverings will again be required inside Ramsey County facilities.
Sheriff: 21-Year-Old Arrested After Stealing St. Louis Co. Deputy’s Squad Vehicle, Leading Authorities On PursuitA 21-year-old Hibbing man is in jail accused of stealing a deputy’s squad vehicle and fleeing authorities in St. Louis County Monday evening.
COVID In Minnesota: U Of M Students Say They'll Wear Masks To Avoid Going Back To Remote LearningThe U of M made the decision to enforce mask wearing indoors going into the new school year after COVID-19 cases of the new Delta variant started spreading throughout the state.
Sheriff: 19-Year-Old Man Drowns In Pine CountyA 19-year-old man is dead after drowning in Finlayson Monday.
Daunte Wright Killing: Kim Potter's Trial Date Moved To Late NovemberThe trial for Kim Potter will begin a week earlier than previously scheduled.
None Hurt After Minneapolis Crews Battle 5 Fires Over 8-Hour PeriodMinneapolis firefighters battled five fires in the city between Monday evening and early Tuesday morning.
Man Dies After Dispute Leads To Shooting In North MinneapolisA man is dead after a shooting early Tuesday morning in north Minneapolis.
COVID Surge Has Minnesota Institutions, Including The State Fair, Taking Note: 'Everything...Is Still On The Table'Changes are happening in Minnesota as COVID-19 cases surge.
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Why Are Weeds Growing So Well In The Drought?As our lawns continue to turn a deeper tan color, some green is sprouting up in our yards and gardens. Weeds seem to have no problem powering through this dry hot summer.