DNR Sees Uptick In Black Bear Sightings In Twin CitiesA Department of Natural Resources map records confirmed sightings outside the normal bear habitat. In 2019, the number jumped to 370 sightings. So far in 2020, there have been 189 reported in the seven-county metro.
Minnesota State Fair 'Food Parade' Tickets Sold Out After Morning Of Website CrashesFrom deep fried to something-on-a-stick, the Minnesota State Fair had foods of all types. So when pandemic brought the fair’s 2020 cancellation, food junkies were in a quandary.
Klobuchar Bill Strives To Throw Lifeline To Small Music, Theatre VenuesFor many, it is the lifeblood of a vibrant downtown. Live music, performances and comedy acts packed into small, independent establishments like First Avenue.
COVID-19 Uncertainty Spurring Record Prices For Gold, SilverCOVID-19 and its economic uncertainties are jolting investor confidence. That is causing volatility in stock equities, a falling dollar and adding fears of inflation.
MnDOT Prepares Highway 10 In Coon Rapids For WinterThe wide bands of polymer rails stretch hundreds of feet. Each one is strategically located to block winter’s prevailing winds.
Early Voting Shattering All Records In Minnesota, 'Magnitudes Above' Recent ElectionsWith November’s general election just 102 days away, Minnesota's primary election is creeping up even faster.
Edina Pharm Co. Testing Drug That Could Help Lungs Damaged By COVID-19Both the infection itself as well as spending weeks on a ventilator, can leave lung tissue permanently damaged and scared.
Vikings Give Season Ticket Holders Two Options Amid COVID-19 UncertaintyA letter from the Minnesota Vikings is showing up in ticket holders’ mailboxes Tuesday, explaining how COVID-19's uncertainties are changing the game.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MDH Says 9-Month-Old Among 4 Additional COVID-19 Deaths; 922 New Cases ConfirmedMinnesota added another 922 cases of COVID-19 to its tally of infections Monday and four more deaths, including that of a 9-month-old child.
St. Paul Company Helps Businesses Reopen By Installing Air Systems To Trap And Kill CoronavirusThe unit moves huge volumes of air inside buildings. Inside a furnace sized metal cabinet is a one-foot-wide, hospital grade HEPA air filter that traps the tiniest of particles.
Can Downtown Minneapolis Recover From Coronavirus Pandemic?Prior to the pandemic's lockdown, the perception of crime kept some folks away, but that pales when compared to the devastating impacts of COVID-19.
'Never Leave A Fallen Comrade': Korean War Vet Gets Proper Goodbye After 70 YearsSeventy years after he was killed and missing in action, a Minnesota Korean War vet is finally home for a proper goodbye.
3M, MIT Join Forces On COVID-19 Test Offering Results In MinutesFast, accurate and widely available testing remains a major problem in the fight to control COVID-19. It's something scientists at 3M and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology hope to change.
'This Is Just The First Step Of Many': State Leaders React To NFL’s Washington Name & Logo ChangeFor years Native American's have taken to Twin Cities’ streets demanding for change. It came on Monday as the NFL's Washington franchise announced its 87-year-old team name is no more.
Cub Foods Locations Damaged In Unrest To Reopen SoonA month after fires and looting took away much needed grocery stores along Lake Street, a plan is now in the works to bring them back.