Three Mpls. City Council Members Look To Cut $8 Million From Mayor Frey's 2021 Police BudgetSix months after the death of George Floyd, city officials remain divided on their approach to police funding in Minneapolis.
#CutTheCard Movement Supports Bars And Restaurants In NeedA Minnesota business owner is getting in the giving spirit of the holidays to support bars and restaurants struggling through the pandemic. And with a simple pair of scissors, his employees are taking it one step further.
No More 'Minnesota Nice': New COVID Ad Campaign Aims To Get In Your FaceMinnesota's major hospitals and healthcare systems are stepping up their urgency ahead of Thanksgiving this week with a messaging campaign that declares "There's no more time to be 'Minnesota Nice.'"
Hennepin County Rolls Out $13M In New Small Business GrantsHennepin County's restaurant industry has lost nearly 26,000 jobs compared to last year.
Protesters Gather At Governor's Residence As More COVID Restrictions Go Into EffectThe four-week order began Saturday. Bars and restaurants will be takeout only, gyms are closed and youth sports are on pause.
Dining Rooms Go Dark Again At Minnesota Restaurants As COVID Restrictions Go Into EffectAt midnight, youth sports and parties, like wedding receptions, are officially paused for four weeks. Gatherings are limited to members of one household.
COVID In Minnesota: Nurses Fear 'Doomsday Scenario' To ComeThe people in charge of some of Minnesota's hospitals are begging families to cooperate with the new rules to fight COVID-19.
Health Officials Beg Minnesota Families To 'Reconsider' Thanksgiving To Halt COVID SpreadMinnesota's top health officials shared an urgent message with families Monday to think twice about their Thanksgiving plans.
Fmr. Glam Doll Donuts Workers Claim Discrimination; Co-Owner Addresses ControversyFormer employees are accusing a popular Minneapolis donut shop of discrimination.
'Stunning Failure Of Basic Human Decency': DFL Criticizes Senate GOP For Not Disclosing COVID OutbreakMembers of the Minnesota DFL are criticizing the Senate GOP for not notifying them about a COVID-19 outbreak within their party before Thursday's special session.
Bars Get Ready To Plunge Into Winter With New Slate Of COVID RestrictionsEarlier in the week, Gov. Tim Walz announced bars and restaurants would have to start shutting down their dine-in services every day at 10 p.m.
Minneapolis City Council Votes Friday On Bringing In Outside Police OfficersThe Minneapolis City Council will decide Friday whether to bring in officers from other agencies to help keep the city safe.
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.