As COVID Restrictions Relax, MDH Updates Testing Guidance That Focuses On Young StudentsThe Minnesota Department of Health is updating COVID-19 testing guidance as more students are returning to classrooms and youth sports.
DFL Leaders Announce Plan For 100% Clean Energy In MN's Electricity Sector By 2040: ‘We Must Take Immediate Action’Urging that climate change must be addressed now, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan on Thursday announced a set of policy proposals that they say will lead the state to 100% clean energy in the state’s electricity sector by 2040.
In Essay On Political Violence, Omar Calls For Major Reform, 'Full Accountability' For TrumpRep. Ilhan Omar is calling for "full accountability" for former President Donald Trump and others in positions of power who played a role in sparking the deadly violence at the Capitol earlier this month.
Apple Valley PD Issues Alert After Neighborhood Burglaries
Employment Rate Drops Slightly As Minnesotans Leave Workforce, COVID Restrictions Result In Job LossesState officials say Minnesota's unemployment rate dropped slightly last month as more Minnesotans left the workforce and the state shed nearly 50,000 jobs amid the tightened COVID-19 restrictions.
COVID In MN: State Breaches 6,000 Total Deaths And 450,000 Total CasesMinnesota has breached 450,000 total reported COVID-19 cases and 6,000 total deaths Thursday as the state’s vaccine pilot program begins administering doses to those eligible.
Judge Denies Motion To Delay Trial Of Former MPD Officer Derek ChauvinHennepin County Judge Peter Cahill has denied a motion to re-join the trial of Derek Chauvin with three other former officers accused in his death.
Minnesota Ranked Among Top Safest States During COVID-19 PandemicMinnesota has been placed among the top 10 safest states during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent ranking.
1 Driver Killed, Another Seriously Hurt In Head-On Crash In Central MinnesotaOne driver was killed and another seriously injured in a head-on crash Wednesday evening in central Minnesota.
Amanda Gorman's Inauguration Poetry Stirs Young Twin Cities Artists, Civil Rights Elders AlikeAmanda Gorman, 22, is the first United States Youth Poet Laureate. And on Wednesday, she became the youngest inaugural poet ever.
President Biden's 'Day One' Changes Bring Hope To Minnesota's Immigrant CommunitySome of these "day one" changes make a huge difference in the lives of Minnesotans.
How The Biden Administration's Stance On Climate Could Impact MinnesotaMany concerned about climate change believe the Biden administration will breathe new life into the battle against what burdens our planet.
Record 51 Women Serve In Minnesota House, But Room For Improvement For Representation, Experts SayExperts say there's still a long way to go until there's equal representation across all of government.
'This Will Inspire Other Girls': Girls Say They're Inspired By Nation's First Female VP HarrisHistory was made with Kamala Harris the first woman to be named Vice President. That has a whole new generation who can see themselves in that role someday.
Pardoned By Trump: S.D. Man Who Is Ex-Boyfriend Of Deported Russian AgentPresident Donald Trump renewed his grievance over the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election by pardoning Paul Erickson, a former conservative operative once romantically linked to Russian agent Maria Butina.