Coronavirus In Minnesota: National Guard Searches For Alternative Care SitesThe Minnesota National Guard's Aviation Support Unit is using its UH 60 Blackhawks to assist the state in being proactive in the fight against COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Target To Provide Store Employees With Masks, GlovesTarget announced Thursday the company will increase health measures for its employees.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Guthrie Theater Cancels Remainder Of Its SeasonThe theater announced Thursday that "ever-evolving health and safety information" prompted the decision to cancel programming through the summer.
Coronavirus In MN: Gov. Walz Says ‘Relatively Strong Possibility’ Schools Will Be Closed For Rest Of YearMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz says it's a "relatively strong possibility" that school will not resume in-person classes this year.
Coronavirus Update: Cruise Ships Carrying Minnesota Passengers Approved To Dock In FloridaThe ships from Holland America have been kept at sea for days over worries about COVID-19. At least six Minnesotans are on board.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MN Health Plans To Waive COVID-19 Related Expenses"This move will help ensure no Minnesotan has to sacrifice paying rent or buying groceries to cover a hospital bill from COVID-19," Walz said.
Coronavirus In MN: Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Reaches 742; 11 Of 18 Deaths Involve Congregate Care FacilitiesState health officials reported Thursday that one more person in Minnesota has died of COVID-19, bringing the state’s death toll up to 18. Meanwhile, 53 more people have tested positive for the disease since Wednesday.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Man Reportedly Coughs On Grocery Store Worker, Blames COVID-19 On MinoritiesThe man was already set to be charged with disorderly conduct, but en route to jail, he began threatening the life of an officer, and so now he also faces potential charges of making terroristic threats.
Coronavirus Updates: The Latest COVID-19 Headlines From April 2, 2020Here are the latest updates in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Starkey Hearing Technologies Furloughs 10% Of Global WorkforceStarkey Hearing Technologies announced Thursday that it’s furloughing 10% of its global workforce as economies around the world grind to a halt in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
WATCH: WCCO Mid-Morning's Special Edition 'Now Hiring' ShowWatch the special “Now Hiring” edition of the WCCO Mid-Morning show.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Red Lake Reservation Issues Medical Martial LawThe medical martial law - which goes into effect Friday - includes a mandatory quarantine, restrictions on gatherings, and limited travel to and from the reservation.
Coronavirus Updates: Democratic Nat'l Convention In Milwaukee Pushed Back To August Due To COVID-19 ConcernsThe 2020 Democratic National Convention has been pushed back to mid-August due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Vikings' Adam Thielen Foundation To Donate $100K To Help Families In Need During PandemicThe Minnesota Vikings announced that wide receiver Adam Thielen's foundation, The Thielen Foundation, will be donating $100,000 to organizations that support families in need.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Twins President Dave St. Peter Discusses Uncertainty Over The 2020 SeasonThursday was supposed to mark the start of spring in Minnesota with the Twins home opener at Target Field.