COVID Dial Back Has Minnesotans Flocking To Wisconsin Bars And RestaurantsStaff at several Hudosn-area restaurants said the rush of visitors who live west of the St. Croix River was immediate after the new restrictions started over the weekend in Minnesota. Bars and restaurants are closed to dine-in service until Dec. 18.
'Miracle' Makayla Saulter, 13, Discharged From Hospital After Neighbor Shot Her In The HeadNot all kids are smiling as they log on for school each morning. But one can understand why something so simple means so much to 13-year-old Makayla Saulter.
Minnesotans React To New COVID Restrictions On Wedding Sizes, Bar And Restaurant Closing TimesMinnesotans will soon have to adjust to new restrictions in the fight against COVID-19.
Demonstrators Arrested In Minneapolis After Hundreds Walk Onto I-94 In Protest Of ElectionHundreds of protesters marched from two different Minneapolis locations Wednesday night to protest the presidential election -- before converging onto Interstate 94 and being arrested.
Two Very Different Scenes Expected At DFL, GOP Election Night HeadquartersDemocrats believe the turnout will top the modern day record of 77% set back in 2008, and they think that is going to benefit them and power them to victory.
Anoka-Hennepin School Board Votes To Resume Extracurricular Activities, Including Fall SportsIn a partial about-face to a decision late last week, extra-curricular activities, including fall sports, for middle and high school students in the Anoka-Hennepin School District will continue instead of being canceled.
University Of Minnesota Shifts To Next Phase In Reopening Plan, Giving Students More Freedom Of MovementAfter a spike in COVID-19 cases at several colleges and universities in Minnesota through September, numbers are starting to trend in the right direction.
Minnesota To Expand Free COVID Saliva Testing Program To 10 SitesWhether it's at a clinic or your doorstep, COVID-19 testing is about to take off in Minnesota.
New COVID-19 Guidelines For Assisted Living Facilities Allows In-Person VisitsStarting Saturday, people living in Minnesota long-term care facilities will be able to connect with loved ones in a way they haven't for several months.
Federal Reserve Bank's Neel Kashkari: Prepare For 'Worse Downturn' If 2nd Stimulus Package Isn't PassedAmerica's economy is a two-sided coin. One side shows a resurging stock market. On the other, struggling small businesses trying to weather a pandemic and the restrictions that come with it.
As Carjackings Climb In Minneapolis, Ages Of Offenders Are DroppingCarjackings have becoming so common in Minneapolis that police are changing the way they keep track of them.
First Avenue Among Struggling Music Venues Praying That 'Save Our Stages' Act Is In Next Stimulus BillThere is hope that help could be on the way for one if the industries hit hardest by COVID-19.
NFL's COVID Outbreak Has Minnesota High School Teams Staying VigilantThe Vikings-Titans COVID outbreak has Minnesota high school football programs remaining vigilant.
Homeless Advocates Blame Minneapolis' Continued Lack Of Affordable Housing For 'Wall of Forgotten Natives' ResurgenceA stretch of land in Minneapolis that once housed hundreds of people experiencing homelessness has again turned into an encampment.
Demonstrators Close Down I-94 In St. Paul In Protest Of Breonna Taylor's DeathPeople are protesting in Louisville, the Twin Cities and across the United States Wednesday after a grand jury announced its decision in the police shooting death of Breonna Taylor.