Coronavirus In Minnesota: 200K Pigs May Be Put Down Due To Processing Plant ClosuresThe closure of several Midwest pork processing plants is forcing hog farmers to make tough decisions in the days ahead.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Paul City Council Urges United Hospital To Address Scrubs ControversyThe St. Paul City Council is urging a hospital to change its scrubs policy after hearing from nurses on WCCO.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Somerset High School Seniors Feel The Love From Staff During Surprise CelebrationEven the simplest gestures can take a lot of work. But to a few dozen staff members at Somerset High School in Wisconsin, the extra effort is worth it.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Polk County Sheriff Pushes Back Against 'Safer-At-Home' OrderElected officials, from legislators to county sheriffs, are pushing back against Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers decision to extend the safer-at-home order to late May.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Nurses Say They're Being Threatened With Termination For Wearing ScrubsNurses at a Twin Cities hospital said they're getting reprimanded for trying to protect themselves.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Music Venues Silent As Concert Season ApproachesFirst Avenue was set to celebrate its half-century run this month, but instead it sat silent and empty under the state’s shelter in place order.
Suspected Serial Rapist Arrested By Minneapolis Police After Sudden Break In CaseMinneapolis police say they've arrested a 34-year-old man whom they believe is a serial rapist, responsible for multiple sexual assaults near the University of Minnesota dating back to 2015.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Pandemic May Be Driving Up Grocery PricesShelves in grocery stores appear to be better stocked than last month, but it's the price tag some shoppers are keeping a close eye on now.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: U Searching For Hundreds Of Volunteers To Aid In Finding COVID-19 CureResearchers at the University of Minnesota desperately need volunteers in an effort to find a cure or vaccine for COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Chef Gavin Kaysen Says It's 'No-Brainer' For Small Businesses To Apply For PPP LoansSmall businesses that are struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic are starting to get a lifeline from the federal government.
Easter Egg Hunts Turn To Snowbunny Construction: Minnesotans Roll With Holiday Storm During PandemicMany would probably assume an April snow storm would be a bad thing. For for some, it's rather therapeutic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 'Digital Seders' Bring Jewish Families Together During Passover"Digital dinners" with family and friends on video conference platforms like Zoom have helped bridge the physical gap caused by COVID-19 "Stay-at-Home" orders. For those in the Jewish faith, that connection was of utmost importance Wednesday night -- the first night of Passover.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Arthritis Sufferers Alarmed By Shortage Of Hydroxychloroquine, Touted As COVID-19 CureHydroxychloroquine helps reduce inflammation in joints, but it's also being touted as a potential treatment for COVID-19, putting the drug in short supply for those with prescriptions.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Nursing Association Leader Alarmed By State's Mask InventoryAs Minnesotans venture out to grab essentials or just some fresh air, more and more of them are masking up.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Ramsey Man Finally Flying Home From 'Mayhem' Of India LockdownA Minnesotan who has been trapped across the world in another country's COVID-19 lockdown is finally on board a plane home.