Unreleased Prince Album From 2010, Focusing On Social Justice, To Be Released In July"Welcome 2 America" is said to deal directly with racial inequality and social justice, and includes nods to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Frontline Workers At Allina Threaten To Strike Unless Contract Deal ReachedThe bargaining team would have to give a 10-day notice for any potential strike. The two sides are expected to talk again on Friday.
The Changes You Can Expect At Target Field For Twins' Home Opener Minnesota is just two days away from the first Twins home game with fans in the stands in two seasons -- not since October 2019.
Health Officials' COVID Concerns Grow Over Youth Cases, U.K. Variant ProliferationThe Minnesota Department of health estimates roughly half of new cases are the newer B117 variant first found in the U.K.
Renowned Pianist Nachito Herrera To Play 1st Concert Since Recovering From COVID“Music has been my best therapy during this whole entire process,” Ignacio “Nachito” Herrera said.
Hill-Murray Out Of State Hockey Tourney After Judge Rejects Players' COVID Forfeiture LawsuitThe 11-page lawsuit asked for a temporary restraining order to allow Hill-Murray to play in the state boys hockey tournament.
Being Eligible For A COVID Vaccine Isn't The Same Thing As Receiving OneA spokesperson for the Minnesota Department of Health said it was up to each individual provider when they would update or expand eligibility.
Study: Vaccinated Moms-To-Be Pass COVID Antibodies To BabiesThere is some good news for women pregnant during the pandemic.
'We Need To Take It Seriously': MDH Urges Vigilance As COVID Variants Drive Spike In CasesThe Minnesota Department of Health says we're making progress in the fight against COVID-19 but we're not out of the woods.
Delano High School Basketball Player Recovering After Collapsing During PracticeJaren Longstreet, 14, has played basketball for years. When he missed a pass at practice Friday night, his friend and teammate Jake Schultz knew something was off.
Colleges Discourage Students From Spring Break TravelSome colleges and universities around the Twin Cities are getting involved to try to discourage spring break travel.