Unclear If Minnesota National Guard Members Hurt In Kabul Airport BombingEleven-hundred Minnesota National Guard troops are in Afghanistan right now, including at the Kabul Airport.
Final Preparations Underway For The State FairJust hours before the opening of the Great Minnesota Get-Together, vendors were preparing for the crowds.
Expect Delays On Your Way Into The Minnesota State Fair This YearBig changes are ahead for the Minnesota State Fair. Many will start before you even get to the gate.
University Of Minnesota To Begin Confirming COVID Vaccination Status For All StudentsAs expected, the University of Minnesota will add the COVID-19 vaccine to the list of required vaccines for all enrolled students after the FDA fully approved the vaccine from Pfizer-BioNTech. Soon, its 50,000-plus students will need to confirm their vaccination status.
'I'm Scared For My Patients': As COVID Cases Surge, Delta Plus Variant Worries Medical ExpertsAs doctors and public health officials try to battle the current surge, there's word "things are going to get worse" with a new more potent variant -- the Delta plus.
Experts Warn COVID Cases In Kids Are RisingFor the week ending July 29, there were 72,000 cases of COVID-19 in kids under 18. The week before, there were 40,000 cases.
More Mask Mandates Reinstated Across Minnesota As Delta Variant SpreadsIn Minnesota, it seems mask mandates are changing by the hour at public buildings, businesses and workplaces.
With Few Weeks Left Before Classes Start, St. Paul Schools Set Up Free COVID Vaccine ClinicsJust 36% of 12- to 15-year-old children in Minnesota are fully vaccinated, and only 48% of 16- and 17-year-olds are.
As School Year Approaches, COVID Developments Cause Concern For ParentsAs we head towards the start of school there are a lot of questions for parents about COVID-19.
COVID In Minnesota: State Begins Push To Vaccinate Teens Before School StartsThree schools in the St. Paul district are offering free COVID-19 vaccinations for students, family members and anyone in the community who wishes to receive one.
COVID In Minnesota: State Officials Recommend Masks In Schools, Regardless Of Vaccination StatusHealth and education officials in Minnesota are recommending that all students, teachers, staff, and visitors should wear masks indoors at school this fall, even those who are vaccinated.
CDC Recommends Masks For All In K-12 Schools, Regardless Of Vaccination StatusThe Centers for Disease Control announced Tuesday that fully vaccinated Americans in communities with substantial or high COVID transmission should once again wear face masks in some indoor public settings.
Rep. John Thompson's Wife Denies Domestic Abuse Allegations; Trump Supporter Arrested At Press ConferenceA motorist drove on the lawn of the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul and waved a Trump flag during a press conference for embattled lawmaker Rep. John Thompson.
Sen. Tina Smith Says Democrats 'Are Going To Push As Hard As We Can' For Federal Paid Family LeaveThe U.S. is the only developed nation that does not have a federal paid family leave policy. In Congress, efforts to change that have been moving forward slowly.
Minneapolis City Council Committee OK's Measure To Put Replacing MPD On November BallotThe measure is so complex and so much is at stake that, for the first time, the council committee also approved a lengthy explanatory note that will also be on the ballot.