Lake Street Small Businesses Rebuild With Help From UnitedHealth Group GrantsBusinesses on Lake Street that were destroyed during riots and unrest are getting some much needed help.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: COVID-19 Cases Rise By 1,721; 13 Additional Deaths ReportedMinnesota health officials on Friday reported 1,721 new coronavirus cases and 13 more deaths.
Ice Castles Not Returning To Minnesota This Winter Due To COVID-19 PandemicA popular winter attraction will not be returning to the Twin Cities this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Over 1 Million Absentee Ballots Have Been Accepted So Far In MinnesotaOver one million absentee ballots have been accepted so far in Minnesota, according to the latest data from the Minnesota Secretary of State website.
Minnesota COVID Survivor Goes Home After 208 Days Of HospitalizationChris Hirte spent five months in a hospital, two of them on a ventilator, before moving to the transitional care unit in Osseo for the final two months of around-the-clock care.
Finding Minnesota: Kinney, The Town That Seceded From The UnionAs we get closer to the election, politicians are doing what they can to get your vote. But over 40 years ago, a mayor in the northern Minnesota town of Kinney did what she could to get her city a new water system. That meant seceding from the union.
What Is 'COVID Fatigue' And How Do We Overcome It? Good QuestionIt's been more than 200 days since Minnesota schools first closed due to COVID. As winter approaches and cases rise, health officials warn the effects of the pandemic are wearing on us.
George Floyd Case: Judge Keeps Derek Chauvin’s Most Serious Murder Charge, Drops 3rd-Degree Murder; Charges Stand For Other 3 OfficersThe judge in the George Floyd case has dropped one of the murder charges for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who continues to face a more serious murder charge, along with a manslaughter charge. The charges for the other three officers in the case also stand.
Voters In Minnesota's 7th District Weigh In On The Toss-Up Race That's Drawing National AttentionIt's a toss-up race bringing national attention to Minnesota. Political groups have poured millions of dollars into the 7th Congressional District.
ACLU: Minnesota Failing To Protect Inmates From The CoronavirusThe American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota is suing the state, alleging prison officials have not taken adequate precautions to protect inmates from COVID-19.
Sartell Family's COVID Cases Expose Glitch In State's Contact Tracing EffortsA health department spokesperson told WCCO you'll be contacted within two days of the state receiving positive results. If that doesn't happen, there's a glitch in the system.
Western Wisconsin Police Solve 2014 Hit-And-Run Cold CaseAfter nearly 7 years, two western Wisconsin families finally have answers as to who, police believe, killed their loved ones.
Community Leaders Optimistic After Judge Throws Out 1 Charge Against Derek ChauvinCommunity members say this is what they wanted all along, charges they believe have a chance of leading to a guilty verdict.
Gov. Walz Appoints Jerrod Shermoen To Fill Minnesota's Ninth Judicial District VacancyGovernor Tim Walz on Thursday announced the appointment of Jerrod Shermoen as a District Court Judge in Minnesota's Ninth Judicial District.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: State Launches COVID-19 Home Saliva Test Pilot ProgramMinnesota health officials announced a pilot program Thursday that will provide at-home COVID-19 saliva tests for residents in two dozen counties and tribal nations statewide in an effort to expand access to testing as the state experiences a surge in cases in recent weeks.