Minnesota State Academy For The Deaf Ponders Another Year Of Distance LearningJohn Lauritsen shows us the challenges the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf faces if distance learning continues.
'It Just Got Higher, Higher, Higher': Baldwin, Wis. Residents Assess Damage From 9 Inches Of RainAfter nearly 9 inches of rain caused flash flooding in western Wisconsin, homeowners are learning just how much Mother Nature set them back.
'It's Just Stupid': Police Data Shows 1,600 Minneapolis Gunfire Reports Within 30 DaysA data map shows the amount of gunfire reports in Minneapolis over the past 30 days is more than 1,600 and climbing.
Minnesota Pork Producers Work To Bounce Back As COVID-19 Restrictions LoosenMinnesota and Iowa make up 45% of the nation’s pork supply.
Minnesota Dairy Farmers Experience Unexpected Turnaround As Demand IncreasesIn March, COVID-19's impact on commodities was hard to ignore. Prices across the board took a hit, but some have since rebounded.
3M Open To Go Spectator-Free Due To COVID-19Tournament officials announced Monday that the PGA TOUR's 3M Open will be held without spectators this year in accordance with state guidelines in place due to COVID-19.
U Of M Board Discussing Ways Students Can Return In FallThe U is prepared to pivot. For international students struggling with visas or those with underlying health conditions, many classes will still be offered online.
Neighbors Help Take Care Of Deployed National Guard Soldiers' Homes During UnrestWhen he joined the National Guard eight years ago, John Parsons always expected to be called to duty for a tornado or a flood. He never expected to get the call for civil unrest in Minneapolis.
Man, 5-Year-Old Daughter Recovering After Being Shot At White Bear Lake Boat LaunchRamsey County investigators say a 24-year-old man and his 5-year-old daughter are recovering after they were shot near a White Bear Lake boat launch.
Restaurants Prepare To Reopen For Indoor Dining Services On WednesdayStarting Wednesday, the state is turning the COVID-19 dial - allowing up to 250 customers in sit-down dining rooms at a time.
After Looting And Damage, South Minneapolis’ Lake Street Neighborhoods Deal With Pharmacy Shortage The destruction and looting on Lake Street left neighborhoods nearby in a pharmacy shortage.