Mixed Feelings As Tuesday Snow Kicks Off Winter Weather Season Ahead Of ScheduleJust a week and a half ago, temperatures in the Twin Cities were in the 80s. On Tuesday, a winter storm in October was bringing several inches of snow to parts of Minnesota.
MDH Expects 60K COVID Tests A Day Once New Saliva Testing Sites Start To Open"If we could start by just getting on the same page with masking and social distancing, I think that would really go a long way," MDH's Kris Ehresmann said.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Stumps For Joe Biden In Minnesota: 'People Here Vote Their Values'“Progressives are part of this team and they’re going to be there in all of the days we have until Nov. 3,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren said. “But here’s the thing -- they’re gonna be there after Nov. 3.”
Community Activists Say City Leaders Aren't Doing Enough To Quell Minneapolis ViolenceMayor Frey has said officers in the Minneapolis Police Department have been reassigned to fill gaps in the department. The city also launched a violence interrupter initiative that does not involve police.
Minneapolis Neighbors Join Forces For Pod-Style LearningFour kindergarteners in the Kenny neighborhood are doing distance learning together during the week, rotating houses each day. Parents of the children take turns facilitating and hosting class.
Crowd Damages Minneapolis Police Squad Car As Drivers Do Burnouts, Donuts On Downtown StreetsPolice say a group of drivers contributed to a dangerous and hostile situation overnight in downtown Minneapolis -- and it was all caught on camera.
Some Turned Down To Be Election Day Poll Workers, Despite Need During COVID PandemicMinnesota's Secretary of State's Office says there's been a surge of younger voters wanting to help, but there are still certain requirements on who can be an election judge. Some poll workers can be turned away due to party affiliation.
Hundreds Get Rare View Of The Iconic Mississippi River While Levels Are Lowered For InspectionsHundreds of people have gotten a unique look at the Mississippi River the last few days. It's an opportunity that hasn't happened in over a decade.
Ramsey County Commissioners Discuss Turning Bethesda Hospital Into Shelter For Growing Homeless PopulationThe Ramsey County Board of Commissioners is expected to vote on a lease agreement for Bethesda Hospital after M Health Fairview announced Monday that it would be closing the St. Paul hospital.
Minn. State High School League Approves Winter Sports, Includes 30% Reduction In GamesThe Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) says winter sports are a go -- with some changes.
Mall of America's Community Commons Space To Feature Local Businesses Seeking A Fresh StartThere's a new space opening at the Mall of America that's helping some local business owners get a fresh start in a difficult year.
As Trump Announces Rapid COVID Testing, MDH Reiterates Masks, Social Distancing Keys For Normalcy's ReturnPresident Donald Trump announced Monday that the federal government will be distributing 150 million rapid COVID-19 tests to all 50 states over the next several weeks.
'Red Sunday': Marchers Take To Minneapolis Streets to Demand Justice For Breonna TaylorDemands for racial justice and equality echoed through downtown Minneapolis Sunday, as hundreds turned out in support of Breonna Taylor.
Are Unsolicited Absentee Ballot Applications Legit? Minnesota's Secretary Of State Weighs InEarly voting in Minnesota started this week. We're hearing from lots of voters who've been mailed unsolicited ballot applications.
Study Finds Screen Time Has Skyrocketed For Some Kids During The PandemicA lot of children are spending more time in front of screens than ever before.