Local Real Estate Agents See Surge In People Looking For Lakeshore Properties Amid PandemicIf you've been thinking about buying a cabin this summer, you're not alone. Local real estate agents say there has been a surge in people looking for lakeshore property away from the city. This comes as less people are traveling and more people are working remotely due to COVID-19.
Police: 3 Arrested After Carjacking And Police Chase Were Boys, Ages 12 And 13The victim told us the car jacking happened in Uptown just after midnight Saturday when a group of individuals held him at gun point and robbed him.
Robbinsdale School District Prepares For Different Scenarios Ahead Of Walz’s School Plan AnnouncementWe're just a day away from finding out the fate for Minnesota schools this Fall. Districts have been getting ready for several scenarios. One district is working hand in hand with the teacher's union to make sure both students and educators have support.
'The Hungriest Summer': Without Weekly $600 Checks, More Families May Struggle To Put Food On TablesHunger disproportionately affects black, Latin American, and Indigenous families. Officials say they're twice as likely to live with hunger compared to white families during the pandemic.
YMCA To Close 3 Twin Cities Locations, At St. Paul, Prior Lake, And Lino LakesA major Twin Cities organization says three of its fitness facilities will be closing permanently, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Minnesota Parents Anxiously Await Gov. Walz's 'Back To School' PlanParents are anxiously awaiting Gov. Tim Walz's announcement this week on the decision for school this fall. The state has three scenarios to consider: in-person learning, distance learning or a hybrid model.
As Fall Classes Remain TBD, Hourly School Workers Voice Concerns Over UnemploymentObviously the governor's decision on school will affect students, teachers, and parents. But there are more than just students and educators that work in and for schools.
Teachers Conflicted About Returning To In-Person Classes This FallGov. Tim Walz has said there are three scenarios being considered here in Minnesota: students returning to in person learning, distance-only learning, or a hybrid model.
'A Lot Of Eye Rolling': COVID-19 Safety Concerns Causing Rifts Between Families, FriendsWe all have different comfort levels when it comes to COVID-19, and psychologists say it's putting a strain on relationships.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Only 2 COVID-19 Deaths Reported As State Counts Nearly 500 More CasesThe number of daily COVID-19 deaths in Minnesota remains in the single digits even as hundreds of new cases are being counted in the state each day.
COVID-19 In Minnesota: Long-Term Care Facilities, Adult Day Programs, Some Libraries Set To ReopenStarting Monday, several Hennepin County libraries will begin offering "grab and go" services in-person. Day programs will also resume for adults with disabilities, and long-term care facilities will be allowed to have some visitors again.
Mayor Frey Unveils Plan To Address Minneapolis’ Remaining Budget DeficitMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey presented his plan Thursday to address the remaining $97.8 million budget deficit the city is facing due to COVID-19.
'They Care For Our Littlest Minnesotans': Gov., Lt. Gov. Announce $56.6M Proposal To Help Child Care Centers During PandemicGov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan have announced a plan to distribute tens of millions of dollars to child care providers.
For July 4th Holiday, Tourism Leaders Encourage Minnesotans To Travel Within StateAAA predicts that Americans will take around 700 million trips this summer starting with the July 4th holiday. That is way down from previous years, but the majority of those are expected to be road trips.
Mother Calls Daughter’s Recovery ‘A Miracle’ After Losing Son, 2 Friends In Fatal Wrong-Way CrashThe parents of a brother and sister involved in a fatal wrong-way crash on 35W last month are sharing promising news about their child that survived.