COVID In MN: Cases Falling Just Weeks After State Was HotspotCOVID-19 cases are coming down dramatically in Minnesota after health officials called the state a hotspot last month.
Two Sisters Give Birth 90 Minutes ApartTheir two healthy baby boys were born just 90 minutes apart. Both sisters believe it was a wink from their dad, helping them stay together in a time of isolation. In a year that brought so many challenges, this family has two reasons to smile this holiday season.
1 Year After Drake Hotel Fire, Henn. Co. Still Struggles With Lack Of Affordable HousingThere are more than 70,000 households in Hennepin County that have extremely-low incomes, but there are only 14,000 affordable units available.
COVID In Minnesota: Health Officials Stand By Indoor Dining BanState health officials are defending their decision to restrict indoor dining in Minnesota.
Spreading Joy, Not COVID: How Families Are 'Reframing' Their Holiday CelebrationsMore than 84.5 million Americans are expected to travel this holiday season despite restrictions.
Stalwart Diners Brace For Winter Meals Outdoors To Support Favorite EateriesBars and restaurants that are able to serve outdoors now can at 50% capacity with a maximum of 100 people.
Restaurant Owners Grateful For Relief Bill's Passage, But Fear Walz's Changes To RestrictionsAs business owners celebrate the relief package, they also have questions about the future. Tomorrow, Walz is planning to announce changes to current restrictions.
Minneapolis Approves Cuts To Police Budget, Not Staffing: 'We Cannot Afford To Remain Stuck In The Past'The Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved a budget early Thursday that will shift about $8 million from the police department toward violence prevention and other programs — but will keep the mayor's targeted staffing levels for sworn officers intact, averting a possible veto.
Lakeville Community Pitches In After Fire Destroys Home For Family Of 10Lillian Taylor had only the clothes on her back after she, her kids, and grandkids, rushed out of their Lakeville home Sunday afternoon. A fire that started in the garage quickly spread.
Court Ruling To Let Students Laid Off During Pandemic To Collect Unemployment AssistanceThe decision will make $14 million to $28 million available to teens across the state. A local group of students brought forward this issue to make a change.
Two Young Minnesota Friends Killed In Car Accident In WisconsinKyra Winslow, 20, and Molly Young, 20, were killed Saturday when authorities say their vehicle went off I-94 in Wisconsin about 45 minutes west of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, where Young was a student.
MSHSL Unanimously Approves Guidance Delaying Winter SportsIt's important to note that even with whatever the board decides, ultimately the state has the final say on what happens.
Brooklyn Park Co. Builds COVID-Era Sanctuaries For Your BackyardMy Backyard Studio is a new construction project that would bring a home office, gym, or even a classroom to your backyard.
'It's A Different Experience For Sure': Families Adjust To Celebrating Abnormal ThanksgivingA worldwide pandemic is making this Thanksgiving very different. No matter how small the gathering, or how far apart, people are doing whatever they can to make it memorable.
Under New Search Warrant Policy, MPD Officers Will Need To Announce Their Presence Prior To EntryMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo on Wednesday issued a new policy governing the police department’s use of unannounced entry or no-knock warrants.