MACV Hotel Program Gives Homeless Vets, And Families, A Transitional Roof Over Their Heads
Brooklyn Park Co. Builds COVID-Era Sanctuaries For Your BackyardMy Backyard Studio is a new construction project that would bring a home office, gym, or even a classroom to your backyard.
First Responders Argue They Should Be Among First Minnesotans To Get COVID VaccineHealth commissioner Jan Malcolm said health care workers, long-term care workers and long-term care residents are in group 1A and are first in line for the vaccine.
Coronavirus (MN): Court Closes Plainview Gym Violating Governor’s COVID-19 RestrictionsA court has closed a Wabasha County gym that was refusing to temporarily close its operations as required by Gov. Tim Walz’s COVID-19 restrictions.
More Barrier-Free Testing: COVID-19 Saliva Testing Site Opening In WorthingtonA saliva testing site will be opening in Worthington Thursday, bringing the state’s total number of community testing sites to 22 across the state.
Online Pet Scams Double In 2020As the pandemic has fueled the demand for new household dogs and cats, it's also increased the number of pet scams.
COVID In Minnesota: MDH Reports 5,192 New Cases And 77 Deaths, 2nd-Highest Daily Death Count Seen So FarAs federal health officials warn states that the risk of COVID-19 infection is at a historic high, health officials in Minnesota are reporting 5,192 more COVID-19 cases and 77 more deaths. It’s the second-highest fatality count of newly reported deaths the state has seen.
Amid Indoor Dining Pause, Minneapolis Hotel Restaurant Ramps Up Room ServiceThe Hewing Hotel in Minneapolis has found a way to keep its kitchen open during the state's four-week hold on indoor dining. The destination hotel is ramping up room service, turning some guest rooms into private dining areas.
St. Paul Business Owner Turns Restaurant Into Food ShelfAt The Gnome Craft Pub in St. Paul, food fills every table in sight, and none of it is for sale.
'A Light, Positive Season': The Scandinavian Approach To Winter Minnesotans have long had a love/hate relationship with winter. But with COVID-19 this year, it may be a little tougher to love the season. Mental health experts warn winter dread could have a “double whammy” effect, because not only will it be colder and darker, but many are isolated because of the virus. That's where the international experts come into play. WCCO did some exploring and found some Scandinavian secrets to embracing winter.
COVID In Minnesota: The Emotional Toll On Mayo Clinic's Frontline WorkersMayo Clinic first responders are speaking out about the emotional toll COVID-19 is taking.