Local Marketing Firm Delivers 'Thanks' And Free Lunch To St. Therese Staffers On Front Line Of COVID-19Sheeley says Horizontal initially set out to raise $5,000 to help support its own affected employees, but with extra funds to go around it decided to share the love.
Coronavirus Updates: Minneapolis Farmer’s Market Institutes Strict Safety MeasuresLike a rite of seasonal passage, strolling through the Farmer's Market means spring has sprung.
Coronavirus Updates: Minnesota Approaching 5,000 Daily COVID-19 Diagnostic TestsHealthPartners alone can process two-thousand tests each day, across its eight clinics. Allina Health says it is also getting close to performing that same number of tests.
Coronavirus Updates: Wisconsin Medical Device Maker Ramps Up To Fight COVID-19A business born in a barn is now helping save people around the world.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Louis Park Company Helping World Disinfect Of COVID-19When concerns about the emerging novel coronavirus first landed at Delta in early February, the Atlanta-based carrier turned to a small St. Louis Park company.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Boy Can't Get Heart Valve Repair Due To COVID-19 Elective Surgeries DelayThere are an untold number of ways the COVID-19 battle is upsetting our daily lives. For a little boy from Lino Lake, it means more waiting for surgery to repair a faulty heart.
Pandemic Forces Changes To 'This Old Horse' Spring FundraiserYou can say that This Old Horse is a ranch of last resort. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to the retirement, recovery and rescue of unwanted horses. But feeding and caring for more than 120 huge horse appetites isn't cheap.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: State Hospitals, Clinics Hemorrhaging Money In COVID-19 CrisisA letter from the Minnesota Hospital Association to the state's Congressional delegation paints a dire financial picture. Losses are estimated at $2.9 billion over the next 90 days.
Easing Traffic Patterns Give MnDOT Road Construction Crews An Early StartOn Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced an early start to the work -- 188 road and bridge projects, along with 66 modal projects.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Nonprofits With Larger Staffs Fail To Qualify For Much-Needed AidMany of the non-profits have already laid off staff as their services shut down. And they're pressing the U.S. Congress for a much-needed fix.
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.