Amid Deals, Experts Stress Caution To Those Planning Holiday Trips
Kamala Harris's Victory Gives Minnesota's Female Leaders OptimismPolitical parties aside, there are women who are celebrating the fact that this gender barrier has been broken in some of our nation's highest offices.
With Minnesota COVID Cases Soaring, Will State Officials Dial Back Again?"I'm hopeful that now we can do something in the middle, not a full and complete lockdown, but we can't keep doing what we’re doing,” Dr. David Hilden said.
'Help Us': Minnesota ICUs Approaching Full Capacity As Daily COVID Cases Explode“We’re trying to get them to a higher level of care when we can, but it’s tight. And it’s a real struggle in the emergency room trying to find beds anywhere in Minnesota,” Dr. Deb Dittberner said.
Sec. Of State Simon Won't Seek Stay Of 8th Circuit Decision On Absentee Ballots From SCOTUSFollowing a federal appeals court ruling that Minnesota cannot extend the deadline for accepting mail-in ballots, Minnesota’s secretary of state says it’s already too late for voters to mail in their ballots in time for next week’s election.
What Is Regeneron, The Antibody Cocktail Used To Treat Trump's COVID?WCCO asked Dr. Raymund Razonable, who is part of the Mayo Clinic team participating in the Regeneron clinical trials right now, if he thinks its fair to call it a cure.
Duluth Mayor Urges Trump Rally Attendees To Get Tested, Self-IsolateThe St. Louis County department of public health and human services responded to the news of the Trumps' positive COVID tests by reminding everyone of the importance of quarantining and testing recommendations.
'Please Come Downtown': Zen Box Izakaya Owner Calls On Community To Return To MinneapolisThe break-in is a headache but Owner Lina Goh says she's more concerned about how slow business has been. At their low point in June, she and her husband were doing just 10% of their normal business.
'We're All In This Together': Local Pro Teams Band Together To Battle Hunger In The CommunityAll of the proceeds from these virtual auction items go straight to Second Harvest Heartland to battle hunger in our community.
Some Minnesotans Embrace Long Lines To Get Their Ballots In As Early Voting BeginsToday is the first day for early voters to cast their ballots in Minnesota, and some were willing to wait for an hour to vote.
Demonstrators Call On City, State Leaders To End Evictions In Minneapolis ParksHundreds walked the streets of Minneapolis Saturday afternoon calling for the end of park encampment evictions in the city.