As COVID Vaccine Trials Set To Start In Minnesota, Some Experts Doubt Safe Drug Will Be Ready By NovemberThe federal government says we could have a COVID-19 vaccine in about eight weeks, but some Minnesotans could get one as soon as Thursday.
Help Isn't Coming For Many Small Minneapolis Businesses Hit By Riots And LootingNew numbers paint a bigger picture of just how damaging last week's riots were in Minneapolis.
Robbinsdale Neighbors Clean Up After Severe Storms Down Trees, Power LinesIn Robbinsdale, entire streets are blocked by oversized tree limbs.
Primary Was A Successful Dress Rehearsal For November, Secretary Of State Steve Simon SaysThe pandemic pushed many to vote by mail. As of Tuesday night, the state had accepted 500,000 absentee ballots.
Some Minnesota Teachers Considering Early Retirement Amid 'Back To School' ConcernsWith school starting in a matter of weeks, some teachers are feeling apprehensive about the game plan.
St. Paul Police Sorting Through 'Monstrous Haystack' To Bring George Floyd Unrest Criminals To JusticeMonths after the destructive unrest that followed the death of George Floyd, a group of investigators and data analysts are working to hold people responsible for $82 million in damage to more than 300 St. Paul businesses.
Report: Deadly Minnesota National Guard Helicopter Crash Was PreventableAn investigation has found critical errors led to a deadly crash involving a Minnesota National Guard UH-60L helicopter last year near St. Cloud.
High School Athletes Disappointed At Decision To Move Football, Volleyball From Fall To SpringThere will be a fourth season for some Minnesota high school athletes this school year because of COVID-19. The Minnesota State High School League moved the football and volleyball season from fall to spring.
Q&A: Answers For Some Of Parents' Most Burning Fall School QuestionsWith the recent announcement about how Minnesota students will start the school year, many of you have shared your questions with us online.
With Walz's Decision On School Looming, Local Pediatrician Weighs In On COVID-19 Child ImpactsWCCO's Erin Hassanzadeh shows us what families need to know about COVID-19's potential impact on kids.
Mpls. Public Schools Superintendent Shares Preferred Plan For School This FallOut of roughly 12,000 district parents surveyed recently, a hybrid of distanced and in-person learning was preferred, followed by distance learning and then in-person.