Dr. Osterholm Partners With Minnesota Organization To Help Families Of Frontline Workers Felled By VirusDr. Michael Osterholm, one of the nation's emerging health leaders in the fight against COVID-19, has partnered with one of Minnesota's biggest foundations to support the families of health care workers who've died of the virus.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Free Saliva Testing Site Opening At Minneapolis Convention CenterAs COVID-19 cases surge in Minnesota, a free saliva testing site is slated to open Monday in Minneapolis.
George Floyd Case: Judge Rules Joint Trial For All 4 Ex-MPD Officers, Change Of Venue Motions Denied For NowThe judge in the George Floyd case has issued several decisions, including a ruling to try all four former Minneapolis police officers together in one trial.
WCCO's 1-On-1 With Democratic VP Candidate Kamala Harris: 'Minnesota Has So Much At Stake'WCCO's Christiane Cordero on Monday had a chance to talk with Democratic Vice President candidate Senator Kamala Harris, who says Minnesota has "much at stake in the outcome of this election."
See How Absentee Ballots Are Being Counted In MinnesotaIt's less than two weeks until Election Day, but many Minnesotans have already voted absentee and mail-in. Sixty percent of all requested absentee ballots in Ramsey County have already been returned.
Mpls. City Council Approves Indoor Tiny House Community For HomelessThe Minneapolis City Council has approved $2 million in CARES Act money for a facility that utilizes tiny homes to serve those who are experiencing homelessness.
World's Largest Halloween Costume Seller Struggling To Find Warehouse WorkersThe world’s biggest seller of Halloween costumes is based in Minnesota, and it’s struggling to find workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Record 1.3 Million In Minn. Have Requested Mail-In Ballots So FarThere are three layers of security, starting with a personal identification number required when you request a mail-in ballot, and again when you return it.
New Council Created To Enforce Construction Worker StandardsA new council has been created to protect construction workers rebuilding the Twin Cities, called the Building Dignity and Respects Standards Council. It was introduced by local leaders Tuesday.
1st Day Back In Class For Students In Anoka-Hennepin SchoolsHalf of the students are there Tuesday and Wednesday, and the other half will be there Thursday and Friday, with Monday being the shared distance learning day.
Founder Of The Sanneh Foundation Adapts To Continue To Provide Services Amid COVID-19When 2020 started its seemingly relentless mission to prove uncertainty, The Sanneh Foundation's founder Tony Sanneh knew he had to prove he could adapt, fast.
Recovery Effort Continues For Plane, Pilot, 2 Passengers In Washington CountySearch teams believe the plane is located in a water-filled quarry on Grey Cloud Island, south of Mooers Lake and north of the Mississippi River.
New Hopkins Principals Open Up About School and Equity Amid PandemicHopkins Public Schools started classes on Aug. 31, and two weeks prior was the first day of work for four of the district’s nine principals.
Community Policing Group Blames Minneapolis City Council For Slashing Police Budget, Ending Key ProgramsA community policing team called the Police Community Relations Council, which formed in Minneapolis almost 20 years ago, called local leaders Tuesday to restore safety in the city. They’re fueled by the Minneapolis City Council’s decision to defund the Minneapolis Police Department.
St. Thomas Students Return To Campus; About 80% Opt For Hybrid Or In-Person LearningIt's move in week at the University of St Thomas, where most students will go back to class for the first time since March.