Minnesota’s Asian-Americans Renew, And Reflect On, Push For Racial EqualityThe death of George Floyd has renewed efforts to change systemic racism, an issue that resonates with every minority group in Minnesota.
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.
'I Really Regret Moving Here': How Residents Of 98% White Buffalo, Minnesota Talk About Race“I realized one day that I'm unintentionally like a White nationalist. I support ideas that oppress other people.”
Twin Cities Pharmacies Damaged In Riots Working To Get Back In BusinessTwenty-three pharmacies were damaged during the unrest in the Twin Cities. Fewer than half have since reopened, making medication complicated for the people who own them and the communities they serve.
Minnesota Senate Passes Key Police Reform Bill, But Some Question Whether It's EnoughBefore adjourning until Friday, they did pass a number of police reform bills. While each of the bills was expected to pass, the question lingering over lawmakers and community leaders is: Is this enough for true reform?
YMCA Offering Child Care For Parents Heading Back To WorkAs more Minnesotans go back to work, more families will need child care. The YMCA is one of many options, offering various programs to fit early education and school-aged kids. It costs $40 per day, families can pay per day without committing to a membership, and financial assistance is available.
Mall Of America Reopening Wednesday With New Hours, Signs Encouraging Social DistancingAfter closing in mid-March due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Mall of America is reopening Wednesday.
Health Officials Urge Protesters To Get Tested For COVID-19; Free Testing Sites Open Tuesday & WednesdayState health officials are urging protesters, or anyone who helped clean up following the unrest in the Twin Cities, to get tested for COVID-19.
Graduating During Pandemic: High School Seniors Reflect On Growing Up, Graduating In 2020COVID-19 has taken otherwise normal rituals such as prom and graduation, forcing seniors to say goodbye and move on in a way they never could’ve prepared.
Salon Owners Prepare To Reopen On June 1As Gov. Tim Walz lifts some restrictions on restaurants and salons June 1, owners like Patty George accelerate a plan weeks in the making.
14 DVS Exam Stations Reopen For Limited Services To Crowds Of MinnesotansMinnesota's Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) reopened 14 of its exam stations Monday, with a crowd of more than 100 people waiting in line at the Arden Hills location.
Businesses Prepare To Reopen As Minnesota's Stay-At-Home Order Is Set To ExpireAfter seven weeks of restrictions under Minnesota’s stay-at-home order, businesses will get the green light to reopen doors to customers and people will be allowed to gather with friends and families, under certain conditions.
Elective Surgeries Resume As Minnesota Remains Under Stay-At-Home OrderAt Twin Cities Orthopedics (TCO), patients will get tested for COVID-19 two days before they're scheduled to go in for surgery. Staff members will get tested every other week, along with filling out daily health reports.
Official Graduation Guidelines Prohibit Ceremonies Indoors & In Sports StadiumsState officials released guidelines on graduation ceremonies for Minnesota schools on Friday, recommending virtual celebrations and nixing gatherings indoors or in outdoor sports stadiums.
Minneapolis Ramen Restaurant Raises $2,700 Through Pay-What-You-Can MenuA Minneapolis restaurant owner adapted to the pandemic with a different approach: let customers pay what they can, if at all.