Monday Sees Final Push In Minnesota On Biden's And Trump's BehalfPresident Donald Trump is holding five rallies in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Joe Biden has three rallies in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Much At Stake This Election Day For Minnesota's Split LegislatureDemocrats are looking to flip the Senate and earn the coveted trifecta: control of both chambers and the governor's office.
What Absentee Voters Should Do If Their Ballots Have Already Been MailedGov. Tim Walz and Secretary of State Steve Simon recommend voting in person early or on Election Day, or dropping off mail-in ballots in person.
With Minnesota Breaking Daily COVID Records, Are Hospitals Ready?More people are in Minnesota hospitals with COVID right now than at any other point during the pandemic.
MN's 1st Congressional District Race A Tight Rematch Between Hagedorn, FeehanThe race in Minnesota’s 1st Congressional District is a rematch from two years ago. Democrat Dan Feehan is running against GOP incumbent Jim Hagedorn.
'This Is Not An Empty Disneyland Kind Of Hope': U Of M Dr. Jakub Tolar Talks COVID TreatmentsTolar suggests looking less at big-picture COVID-related numbers, and focusing more on doing the right thing within your social circle.
Home-Field Advantage Evaporates For Gophers In COVID-Era Match With MichiganA few quieter tailgates popped up at some of the Greek life houses. Several freshmen told WCCO they'd watch the season opener in their dorm rooms in small groups.
George Floyd Case: Judge Keeps Derek Chauvin’s Most Serious Murder Charge, Drops 3rd-Degree Murder; Charges Stand For Other 3 OfficersThe judge in the George Floyd case has dropped one of the murder charges for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who continues to face a more serious murder charge, along with a manslaughter charge. The charges for the other three officers in the case also stand.
Hardware Stores Delighted As Minnesotans Prep For October SnowfallThe early snow forecast has a lot of folks thinking of the infamous Halloween blizzard of 1991.
As Temperatures Drop, Advocates Work To Get COVID-Weary People Experiencing Homelessness Into SheltersShelters and housing advocates in the Twin Cities are preparing for the drop in temperatures coming this week.
Minnesota Voters Return Ballots At Record-Breaking LevelsEarly voting has been underway for about a month, and the director of elections for Blue Earth County says the turnout so far is "unprecedented."
Lack Of Foot Traffic In Minneapolis Skyways Impacts BusinessesThe effects of the pandemic are impacting downtown Minneapolis businesses beyond just at the street level.
Judge Rules MPD Body Cam Footage Of 2019 George Floyd Arrest Can Be Made PublicFloyd, a Black man in handcuffs, died May 25 after Derek Chauvin, who is white, pressed his knee against Floyd's neck for several minutes while Floyd said he couldn't breathe.
Demonstrators Pull Body Bags, Carry Tombstones In 2nd Night Of Protests Over Derek Chauvin's ReleaseHundreds gathered in both St. Paul and Minneapolis Thursday to express outrage over the release of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Caregiver Self-Quarantines After Flight With COVID-Exposed Minn. Congressmen: 'This Is Time I'll Never Get Back'What's next for the three Minnesota congressmen who were on Air Force One with President Trump last week?