Twin Cities EMTs, Paramedics Union To Support Allina Nurses StrikeAs nurses with Allina prepare for a strike amid tense negotiations, another union has announced their solidarity.
4 Things To Know: Hermine Hits Florida, Allina Negotiations & MoreFrom a tropical storm in Florida to negotiations between Allina Health and its nurses, here are the four stories to know for Friday, Sept. 2.
Minnesota Nurses Working To Reach New ContractThe Minnesota Nurses Association is trying again Monday to make progress with Allina toward a new contract.
Twin Cities Nurses' Strike Enters Final DayFor the seventh and final day, hundreds of nurses hit the picket line outside busy Twin Cities hospitals.
No Progress In Talks To Prevent Nurses StrikeNegotiators have returned to the bargaining table but report no progress in contract talks to avoid a strike by nearly 5,000 nurses at five hospitals in the Minneapolis area.
Allina Health, MNA To Resume Contract NegotiationsNegotiators from the Minnesota Nurses Association have tentatively agreed to return to the bargaining table with negotiators from Allina Health after the federal mediator urged the two parties to meet.
MNA Nurses Vote To Reject Allina Contract Offer, Authorize StrikeNurses at several Twin Cities hospitals voted to reject a contract offer from Allina Health and authorize a strike Monday night.
Allina Nurses Voting On New ContractThe nurses at five large Twin Cities hospitals will vote today to decide whether to accept a new contract. Approximately 5,000 nurses have been working at Allina hospitals without a contract since February.
3 Injured In Ambulance Rollover In Mpls.Three people, including emergency responders, were hurt when an ambulance was struck by a car in Minneapolis and rolled over.
Psychologist Offers Advice On Dealing With 'Holiday Blues'This can be a difficult time with the financial strain of buying gifts, anxiety caused by relatives who are visiting, or loneliness as a result of loved ones who are now gone.
St. Paul Firefighter/Paramedic Dies After Suddenly Collapsing At StationAccording to a statement from the St. Paul Fire Department, 38-year-old Shane Clifton told colleagues at Station No. 14 that he felt sick at around 5 p.m., then suddenly collapsed.