1st Case Of Coronavirus In Wisconsin ConfirmedThe Wisconsin Department of Health Services has confirmed the first case of coronavirus in Wisconsin.
Minneapolis Man Stuck In China Trying To Return Home To FamilyWithin days of Yulin Yin arriving in Wuhan, China to visit his family, there was a mandatory evacuation.
University Of Minnesota Suspends All Student Travel To China For Spring SemesterIn response to concerns over the coronavirus, the University of Minnesota is suspending all student travel and education abroad programs in China for the spring semester.
Delta To Temporarily Suspend All US To China Flights Due To Coronavirus ConcernsDelta Air Lines announced Friday that it will be temporarily suspending all U.S. to China flying beginning Feb. 6 through April 30.
Reports: Former University Of Minnesota Student Arrested In China For Criticizing Country’s PresidentLuo Daiqing, 20, attended the University of Minnesota during the 2018 to 2019 school year, according to Axios.
China Trade Deal Welcomed By Minnesota Pork, Soybean FarmersMinnesota pork and soybean farmers call the trade deal signed with China Wednesday "positive" and "tangible progress."
Survey Suggests Economy Slowing Down In 9 Midwest StatesA new monthly survey of business leaders suggests the economy is slowing down in nine Midwest and Plains states as the U.S. trade war with China continues.
Trade War's Tariffs Costing Minnesota-Owned Manufacturers Profits, BusinessAccording to the advocacy group, Tariffs Hurt the Heartland, Minnesota businesses have paid an extra $704 million in import taxes on products subject to the Trump Administration tariffs. That includes $72 million just in September.
'A Glimmer Of Hope': China Drops Plans To Impose Added Ag TariffsChina says it would not impose additional tariffs on U.S. pork, soybeans and other agricultural commodities.
Big Farms Find Easy Ways Around Trump Trade Aid LimitsWhen President Donald Trump's administration announced a $12 billion aid package for farmers struggling under the financial strain of his trade dispute with China, the payments were capped. But many large farming operations had no trouble finding legal ways around them, records provided to The Associated Press under the Freedom of Information Act show.
Toymakers Anxious Over Next Round Of TariffsThe growing trade war between the U.S. and China could well become the "Grinch Who Stole Christmas." At least that's the fear of the American toy industry, which is meeting in the Twin Cities this week.