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.
Activists Plan National Mother's March In Twin Cities To Protest Officer-Involved ShootingsPeople from all over the country are expected to come to the Twin Cities to shine a light on families who have lost someone at the hands of police. Organizers are demanding that all cases involving police killings be reopened.
Coronavirus (MN): Gov. Walz Announces Over Half Million Tested In State, Capacity To Test 20,000 Per DayOn Monday, Gov. Tim Walz announced that Minnesota has hit its “moonshot” testing goal of having the capacity for 20,000 COVID-19 tests per day.
Minneapolis Mayor, Police Chief Roll Out Tighter Rules On Officer Body Camera Review, ReportingMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced the first of what will be a series of new public safety policy reforms Sunday.
State Health Officials Say 4 Minnesota Bars Linked To Recent Outbreaks Of COVID-19The MDH said The 507 and Rounders Sports Bar & Grill in Mankato are linked to roughly 100 cases of the virus from June 12 and 13. MDH also says Cowboy Jack’s and The Kollege Klub in Minneapolis are linked to around 30 cases.
Minn. Health Officials See Uptick In COVID-19 Cases Among Adults Under 40Minnesota Department of Health officials said Wednesday there are roughly 100 new cases of COVID-19 of people in their 20s after a weekend of bar hopping on June 12 and 13.
4 Killed, 1 Seriously Injured In Wrong-Way Crash On I-35W In RichfieldThe Minnesota State Patrol says four people died in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 35W Saturday night.
Mayo Clinic Study Finds Using Convalescent Plasma To Treat COVID-19 Appears SafeThe study assessed patients at risk for severe or life-threatening effects, seven days after their plasma transfusion. They found mortality rates declined to 8.6%, compared to to 12% from a previous safety study.
Owner Of Penn Lake Roast Beef In Bloomington In Critical Condition After Being Shot In Attempted RobberyKevan Tran is the owner of Penn Lake Roast Beef in Bloomington. He was about to close up for the night Tuesday when police say he was confronted by a gunman in an attempted robbery, and shot.
As Pride Festival Preps Virtual Celebration, Advocates Cheer SCOTUS Ruling On LGBTQ+ EqualityThe first LGBT rights march happened in Loring Park in Minneapolis in June 1972. It would eventually evolve into the annual Twin Cities Pride Festival that now encompasses LGBTQ+, but this year Pride is going virtual.
Floyd’s Death Reopens Wounds For Family Of David Smith, Who Died In Similar MPD Arrest George Floyd's death brings up haunting memories for the family of another man who died during an arrest by Minneapolis police.
How Your Workout Will Look Different As Fitness Centers Begin To Reopen WednesdayWhen Life Time in Edina at Southdale reopens, check-ins will be touch free with an app. Staff will wear masks and be given temperature checks.