Coronavirus In Minnesota: COVID-19 Cases Rise By 1,077; 4 Additional Deaths ReportedIn the last 24 hours, Minnesota added 1,077 more cases of COVID-19 to its tally of infections and four more deaths.
Police: 27-Year-Old Man Injured In Bloomington ShootingAuthorities in Bloomington say one person was injured in a shooting overnight.
Home Brewing Picks Up Popularity During Pandemic"Almost immediately when the shutdown started happening and people started staying at home more, the sales started rising and we had to figure out how to fill the orders while keeping everybody safe here," said Todd Jackson from Northern Brewer.
Minnesota Twins Thank Loyal Fans For Support Through Pandemic Season With A Car ParadeDespite no fans in the stands this year, the Twins have had an incredible end to their regular season. The team thanked those who stayed loyal from their homes by having a car parade outside Target Field on Saturday.
Minneapolis City Council Under Scrutiny After NYT Article Says Their Pledge To Dismantle MPD CollapsedThe Minneapolis City Council is once again receiving national scrutiny for its intent to dismantle the police department.
Edina Mother Seeks Justice For Daughter's 2018 Murder In Upcoming Trial An Edina woman is bracing for the start of her daughter's murder trial and all the difficult emotions that come with it.
‘The Enemy Is The Virus, Not Each Other’: COVID Survey Halted In Minn. After Incidents Of Racism And IntimidationCOVID-19 survey teams have been pulled from Minnesota after teams reportedly encountered intimidation and racism.
Minneapolis Woman Decorates For Christmas, Brings Cheer Months Early2020 might be a year you're ready to be finished with, for many reasons. But one Minneapolis woman has found a way to bring some cheer to the next few months.
Outdoor Fire Pit Sales Boom As Minnesotans Look To Extend Patio SeasonAs the weather begins to turn cooler, people are looking for a way to stay outside longer. And that means finding a heat source to stay warm outside while socializing at a distance.
'We Have To Do Something': North Minneapolis Bishop Hosts Gun Buyback Amid Rising HomicidesIt's one of the most troubling statistics of 2020: homicide is up in Minneapolis. There were 48 in 2019, but there have already been 59 this year.
U Of M's Dr. Michael Osterholm Says COVID-19 Is In ‘Fall Surge’, Cites College Students On CampusUniversity of Minnesota’s infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Osterholm says the COVID-19 pandemic is just getting started.