Faces Of COVID: Daryl Kruger, 82, Loved His Grandkids And The MN TwinsA board member helping to get Shakopee's schools open again is sharing the human cost of COVID-19.
Family Farm Recovers From Hail Storm With Hot SauceSeven months after a major hail storm, farmers in Southern Minnesota are still being affected by the damage. Sogn Farm in Cannon Falls took a major blow right before harvest as their pepper crop was destroyed. One of their vendors took the damaged goods and now the resulting product is flying off store shelves.
Appeals Court: Judge Erred In Not Reinstating 3rd-Degree Murder Charge Against Derek ChauvinThe Minnesota Court of Appeals decided on Friday that the trial judge in the Derek Chauvin case erred in not reinstating the third-degree murder charge against the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd.
Expert: What An Additional 3rd-Degree Murder Charge Could Mean For Derek ChauvinAn expedited decision from the Minnesota Court of Appeals means former officer Derek Chauvin could face an additional charge of murder in the George Floyd case. Chauvin's trial in Minneapolis is scheduled to begin Monday.
New Vaccine Data On Race, Ethnicity Show Majority Of Shots Have Gone To White MinnesotansCOVID-19 vaccination data by race and ethnicity was released for the first time on Friday on Minnesota Department of Health's vaccination dashboard.
'Miracle On Ice' Star Mark Pavelich DiesThe “Miracle On Ice” Olympic hockey star Mark Pavelich has died.
Black Law Enforcement Leaders Discuss Minnesota PolicingThe death of George Floyd continues to spark conversation about the future of policing.
Bloomington Police: Missing Man With Alzheimer's Disease Found DeadA missing man in Bloomington has been found deceased.
Gov. Walz To Deliver State Of The State Address In Mankato On March 21Gov. Tim Walz will be delivering his third State of the State address later this month at his former social studies classroom.
Study Ranks Minnesota As 6th Safest State During PandemicA new study ranks Minnesota as the sixth safest state during the COVID-19 pandemic.
HealthPartners Now Offering Drive-Up COVID-19 VaccinationsHealthPartners opened its first drive-up vaccination site at its headquarters in Bloomington and is prepared to open more drive-up sites as vaccine supply increases.