‘We Need To Work Together’: Walz, Flanagan Announce Partnership To Provide Tech And Internet Access For Students In Communities Of NeedMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan on Tuesday announced a public-private partnership with notable Minnesota philanthropic and business leaders that’s aimed at getting students access to technology and adequate internet.
Health Officials Outline Plans For How School Can Resume This FallMinnesota is in phase three of reopening, which allows schools to open in a hybrid model, given guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Minnesota Department of Health.
St. Paul's Animal Humane Society Won't Reopen Due To Pandemic, Aging FacilityA St. Paul animal shelter is closing its doors for good due to the pandemic.
Keegan's Pub, Red Savoy In Northeast Minneapolis To Close For GoodThere have been a number of restaurants that have closed their doors in the last few months, even as stay-at-home restrictions have been lifted.
Honeywell To Close Coon Rapid Plant In August; Dozens Of Jobs To Be EliminatedThe Coon Rapids plant employed 212, but the company says some employees have retired, transferred or found other jobs since it told them of the plans to close last year.
Cub Foods To Rebuild Lake Street, Broadway Locations; 'Community Stores' Offering Essentials To Open Next MonthCub Foods says it plans to rebuild its two locations in Minneapolis that were looted and damaged in the nights of unrest following George Floyd’s death.
Gov. Walz Unveils Plan For Distributing $853M In CARES Act Money Throughout StateOf the money, Walz says $841 million will be distributed throughout Minnesota's counties and cities to support the local governments' COVID-19 relief efforts.
Macy's Announces Management And Other Staff LayoffsRetailing giant Macy's announced staff reductions today that will affect management and workers across various levels of its organization.
Workers Want Shakopee Amazon Center Shut Down For CleaningWorkers are speaking out about conditions inside the Shakopee Amazon center where at least 88 employees tested positive for COVID-19.
'People Are Really Scared': George Floyd Unrest, Pandemic Fueling Minnesota Gun Sales SurgeHealth and safety concerns appear to be contributing to a surge in gun sales.
88 Amazon Workers In Shakopee Test Positive For COVID-19Another 99 workers at other Amazon sites in the Twin Cities have also tested positive since COVID-19 arrived in Minnesota.