Minnesota's COVID Vaccine Incentive Program Falls Short Of Its 100,000 Participant GoalMore than 17,400 Minnesotans cashed in on rewards in a state vaccine incentive program designed to boost shots in arms, according to data from the Minnesota Department of Health -- which is a fraction of the initial goal.
Target Field Opens At 100% Capacity With Special GiveawaysThe roaring applause of baseball fans will echo in a full Target Field Monday, after shutdowns and restrictions ruled the ball park for most of the past year.
Stone Arch Bridge Festival Returns To Minneapolis With Huge SuccessThousands of people filled West River Parkway over the weekend for the Stone Arch Bridge Festival, which is the first large community event since the mask mandate was lifted in Minneapolis.
When Will The Pandemic End?With vaccination rates ticking up, and COVID-19 cases down, people are starting to ask: When will the pandemic end?
1 Million Fake 3M N95 Masks Seized From Kentucky CompanyMinnesota-based 3M says it helped stop the sale of more than one million fake N95 masks.
Young Widows & Widowers Of COVID Finding Support Online: 'To Have To Start Over Is So Scary'A Twin Cities widow who lost her husband to COVID-19 is sharing her message of healing and hope.
Wisconsin Prisons To Resume In-Person Visits In Late JuneWisconsin prison officials announced Monday they will a ban on in-person visits later this month as the COVID-19 pandemic subsides.
Pandemic-Driven 'Wishcycling' Is Causing Big Problems At Recycling CentersThink about how much your habits changed during the pandemic. All of those shifts are noticeable at local residential recycling facilities, and some of them are causing problems.
'Why Not Do It Ourselves?': Roseville High School Students Organize Their Own PromThe graduating class of 2021 has overcome a lot to make it to the finish line. But when some students at Roseville Area High School found out a normal senior prom wasn't happening, they got creative.
GOP Makes Fresh Push To End Gov. Walz's Emergency PowersRepublican legislative leaders made a fresh push Wednesday for ending Democratic Gov. Tim Walz's reliance on emergency powers to manage the COVID-19 pandemic, while state health officials reported continued progress on vaccinations and other key measures.
Minneapolis, St. Paul End COVID Mask MandatesMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey lifted his city’s one-year-old mask mandate Tuesday, and St. Paul followed suit on Wednesday.
4 Seasons With COVID: Minnesotan Hopes His Story Will Encourage Others To Get VaccinatedIf Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer, for the Pastores family of Cannon Falls, it's a marker of yet another season beginning with the trauma of COVID-19 still lingering.
As More COVID Restrictions Expire, How Comfortable Should People Be With Crowds?Some of the Minnesota’s last COVID-19 restrictions are rolling back Friday.
Wild, Saints Bringing Badly-Needed Business Back To Downtown St. PaulVisit St. Paul said travel and tourism businesses in Ramsey County lost around $1 billion in sales last year, and 15,000 to 20,000 jobs.
Packed Planes Await Memorial Day Weekend Travelers: 'It's A Complete 180'Summer trips are back on the calendar, and more Minnesotans are booking flights to make it happen.