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Coronavirus Update: Macy's Announces Furloughs Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to take a heavy toll of businesses, Macy's is the latest company to announce furloughs as a result of the pandemic.
Police: Man Arrested In Lino Lakes For Stealing Catalytic Converters
Catalytic converters are a key part of a vehicle's exhaust system; but they are made with copper, which can be sold for quick cash by thieves.
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Minnesota Weather: Enjoy This #Top10WxDay With A Scoop Or Two
Normally, we’d be gathered together on patios and outdoor decks, perhaps enjoying a cool drink or a big, beautiful ice cream cone. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and Minnesota’s stay-at-home order, that’s not possible.
NWS: EF-1 Tornado Touched Down In Southwest Wisconsin
The National Weather Service in La Crosse confirms that an EF-1 tornado struck southwestern Wisconsin over the weekend, damaging barns and outbuidings but causing no injuries.
Minnesota Weather: Wet Snow To Fall Overnight; North Shore Could See Close To 3 Inches
After an evening of heavy rain and thunderstorms Saturday, wet snow will fall overnight, with perhaps 3 inches stacking up in northern Minnesota.
Poll: Most Minnesotans Say Temperatures In The 60s Means Time For Shorts
With the warm weather ahead this weekend, WCCO took to Facebook and Twitter to ask a controversial question for Minnesotans. When can you start wearing shorts?
Minnesota History: 3 Years Since The Earliest Tornado Touchdowns In State History
On March 6, 2017, three EF-1 tornadoes touched down in Minnesota. Two were near the Iowa border, in Freeborn and Faribault counties. The third was in central Minnesota, in Zimmerman, about 45 miles north of the Twin Cities.
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Is The Twins' Mitch Garver MLB's Best-Hitting Catcher?
In just over 300 at-bats last season, Twins' Mitch Garver put up absurd numbers for a catcher. Will he continue the power surge?
'Hoping It Doesn't Cost Any Games': NFL Agents Preparing For Potential NFL Offseason Changes Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
The NFL offseason hasn't experienced any schedule changes yet due to the coronavirus pandemic but they seem likely. What would an adjusted offseason look like.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Volleyball, Air Force Academy Classes Still On For Lily Landis While Home During Outbreak
Just because Lily Landis was sent home from the U.S. Air Force Academy because of the outbreak doesn't mean work in the classroom and volleyball training take a break.
Minnesota Vikings Re-Sign Veteran Guard Dakota Dozier
He has appeared in 54 career games with 11 starts.
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Coronavirus In Minnesota: Craft Distillers Join Forces To Make 'All Hands' Sanitizer
Three local craft distilleries are teaming up to produce hand sanitizer for high-risk communities and organizations on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Number Of Positive COVID-19 Cases Rises To 576; 10th Death Reported
State health officials announced Monday that the number of positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Minnesota has risen to 576, up from 503 on Sunday. One more person also died, bringing the death total to 10.
Coronavirus Updates: The Latest COVID-19 Headlines From March 30, 2020
Here are the latest updates in the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: Second Death Attributed To COVID-19 In North Dakota
A second person has died from complications of the coronavirus in North Dakota, state officials said Monday. The victim is a woman in her 80s from McHenry County in north-central North Dakota.
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How Do Ventilators Work?
“The ventilator works to provide extra oxygen to people who need it and it allows the patients to exhale so that the carbon dioxide can be removed from the body."
How Does The State Determine Which Businesses Are Essential?
78% of Minnesota jobs are in critical industries, like public works, energy, financial services, teachers and much more.
Finding Minnesota: Extreme Sandbox In Hastings
In this week's Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen takes us to the Extreme Sandbox for 26 tons of fun.
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Hoops Hoopla at Little Six Casino
Bounce on in during Hoops Hoopla for your chance to win up to $10,000 cash or Free Slot Play! One lucky winner will be drawn for a shot at a big win every half hour from 5 pm to 9 pm Mondays in March.
DeRusha Eats At The Nook
It's been two years since a St. Paul institution re-opened after a devastating fire. An electrical fire in the kitchen burned almost the entire inside of The Nook, but two lifelong friends have brought it back to life.
St. Paul's Nook Reopens Just 5 Months After Fire
When a fire shut down The Nook just before Christmas, the owners and customers immediately looked forward to the reopening. And that happened on Thursday, just five months later.