Coronavirus In Minnesota: Day Programs For Residents With Disabilities VanishThe agencies many Minnesotans with disabilities depend on are struggling to pay their bills, and they're asking the state for a badly needed lifeline.
UnitedHealth Group’s Self-Administered COVID-19 Test, A Simpler, Less Invasive OptionWith all the difficulties and delays in getting COVID-19 test results, UnitedHealth Group could be onto a big breakthrough.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Abbott Northwestern Hospital Prepares Beds For COVID-19 CareEngineers and mechanics have been working overtime to convert Abbott Northwestern Hospital rooms for the care of COVID-19 patients.
Truck Drivers Keeping Shelves Stocked Amid COVID-19 ChaosAs Minnesotans stock up on food and other essential items, keeping the supply chain flowing is critical.
Coronavirus Pandemic Putting End Of Life Memorials On HoldIt’s not just funerals facing delays; churches, synagogues and mosques are putting off weddings and improvising their weekly services.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: First Responders Prep For Surge In 911 CallsThere are thousands of our neighbors on the front lines of this pandemic, the medical professions at our health departments, hospitals and clinics, but first and foremost are the EMS responders, our police, fire and paramedics.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: What Are Your Legal Rights If You're Quarantined?
Coronavirus In Wisconsin Leads To Osceola High School Closure For CleaningAcross the border in Wisconsin, three people now have the virus. One of those patients was diagnosed after attending a weekend event at Osceola High School.
Most Twin Cities Events Still Going On Despite COVID-19 ConcernsIt's spring break season and vacation bags are packed. Despite the many concerns over COVID-19, families are still focused on fun in the sun.
Green Revolution Brings World’s First Electric Fire TruckFor more than 150 years, Rosenbauer has been building fire engines of all types and sizes. From airport crash trucks, to more conventional ladders and engines. But the Austrian company’s latest venture is going all-electric.
‘Everybody Was Crying’: Puppy Reunited After Being Lost In CrashSpending quality playtime with their new puppy, Yami, Tasha Buesgens and Kody Storlie are well aware it was nearly not to be.
Man Killed In Officer-Involved Shooting In LakevillePolice are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Lakeville late Friday morning.
Becker Public Schools Closed Thursday Due To Fumes From Ever-Raging Northern Metals Plant FireA massive fire at a recycling plant has been burning for more than 24 hours now just north of the Twin Cities.
Aldrich Ice Arena Zamboni Restored To Past GloryOn Saturday, February 22nd, the Zamboni will roll through downtown St. Paul. It will be a featured attraction in the city’s parade to commemorate native son, Herb Brooks, and his players who accomplished the historic, "Miracle on Ice."
State Mulls East Metro Safe Drinking Water Plans In Aftermath Of 3M PollutionThe disposal of PFC waste in four east metro landfills also contaminated Minnesota’s groundwater.