Hospitality Industry Getting Creative To Quickly Attract Staff As Restrictions LiftMinnesota’s hospitality industry says it lost $11 billion over the past year. Now, as the state's restrictions ease up, restaurants, hotels and resorts are looking to fill jobs -- fast.
Basilica Block Party Will Happen In 2021 ... Just Later Than UsualThe two-day event, which usually happens in early July, will now be postponed until Sept. 10-11.
Love Working From Home? Here's How To Make It LastAs offices reopen, many workers don’t want to get back to the pre-pandemic grind.
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.
St. Paul Man Stuck In Guatemala With Serious Case Of COVIDA St. Paul family is asking for prayers, as a father of three is stuck abroad with a serious case of COVID-19.
Minnesota Fair Organizers Ready To Do What's Necessary To Carry OnWord that Gov. Tim Walz plans to ease some COVID-19 restrictions next week is giving Minnesotans hope for some highly-missed summer fun.
CDC Unveils 'Common Sense' Mask Guidelines As More Americans Are Fully VaccinatedThere are new signs of recovery as more than 40% of Americans have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Gov. Walz: COVID Restrictions Could Be Eased As Soon As This WeekGov. Tim Walz said an easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Minnesota could come as early as later this week, or early next week.
After Mask Mandate Lifts For Outdoor Sports, Some Minnesota Parents, Students, Coaches Want More Clarity On GuidanceThe MDH guidance still “strongly” recommends wearing masks while actively playing, though it’s no longer a requirement. State officials encourage weekly testing at schools and of student athletes.
La Crosse Priest: Those Imposing COVID Protocols Will Burn In 'Lowest, Hottest Levels' Of HellA priest in La Crosse has been ignoring COVID-19 gathering restrictions at his masses while warning people that vaccines are useless and anyone who imposes virus-related protocols will burn in the "lowest, hottest levels" of hell.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Back In Use Despite 'Very Low' Blood Clot RiskMinnesotans can resume receiving Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines.
Wisconsin Suspends Use Of Johnson And Johnson Vaccine Amid Blood Clot InvestigationWisconsin joined other states Tuesday in suspending the use of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine while federal agencies investigate six cases in which women who received the single-dose drug later developed blood clots.
MN Providers Advised To 'Pause' Distribution Of Johnson And Johnson Vaccine Until Review Of Rare Blood Clot CasesOfficials in Minnesota are advising health care providers to pause the administration of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, after six people across the country developed a "rare & severe type of blood clot."
CDC Changes COVID Guidelines For Disinfecting Homes And SurfacesWhen the pandemic started, stores quickly ran out of disinfecting wipes and household cleaners. But now experts say the risk for catching COVID-19 from surfaces is low.
Storm Damage Halts Vaccinations At Minnesota Vikings Training FacilityState health officials say some Minnesotans scheduled to receive their Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccinations at the Minnesota Vikings' training facility are going to have to wait.