Friends, Colleagues Remembering George Floyd's Work With Salvation ArmyStaff and guests of the Salvation Army's Harbor Light Center in Minneapolis made their way to 38th and Chicago Sunday night to see the growing memorial for George Floyd for the first time.
Dozens Of Businesses Damaged After Riots In South MinneapolisThe rioting in south Minneapolis has left dozens of businesses damaged.
‘Peace On The Left, Justice On The Right’: Terrence Floyd, Brother Of George Floyd, Visits Memorial SiteOne week after George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis police custody ignited unrest across the country, his brother visited his memorial site and called for peace.
Symptoms Vary Widely For Twin Cities Family Quarantining Due To COVID-19On the day her daughter was to be tested, Nikki Engleman's husband Drew Engleman went from feeling fine to having a fever that would reach almost 104 degrees.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: COVID-19 Patients Needing Intensive Care Hits New HighAs the number of COVID-19 patients needing intensive care continues to climb, Minnesota Department of Health officials say it's partly due to loosening restrictions on elective procedures.
Local Animal Rescue Asking For Help Saving Paralyzed PupThe seven-week-old puppy, named Survivor, was found in the woods in Alabama with bullet puncture wounds in his back and unable to walk.
Town Finds Way To Honor Navy Seaman Lloyd Timm, Killed In Pearl Harbor, After Pandemic Delays FuneralOn this Memorial Day weekend, a Minnesota community is remembering a United States Navy seaman who has not been able to be laid to rest due to COVID-19.
'It's Time To Resume Our Essential Sacramental Activities': Motion Filed To Suspend Enforcement Against Church ServicesA lawsuit arguing that Minnesota churches are being treated unfairly under Gov. Tim Walz’s executive orders will get a hearing next week.
Why Isn't Minnesota's COVID-19 Testing Anywhere Near 20,000-Per-Day Yet?State health officials said there has not been adequate demand for tests. Walz also said the federal government took testing machines that were on their way to Minnesota.
RV Rentals Surge Across The Country Amid PandemicThe national RV rental service, called RV Share, says RV rental bookings have gone up more than 600% since early April.
Rosedale Among Several Minnesota Malls, Shopping Centers Reopening MondayWCCO checked throughout the metro, and found several malls plan to reopen for in-store shoppers Monday. But these centers of commerce won't look like they used to, including Rosedale Center.
Minnesota Retailers Get Ready For Customers As Stay-At-Home Order Expires Next WeekThousands of Minnesota retailers are getting ready to open their doors next week, but shopping will look a lot different.
Coronavirus Updates: Local Art Community Leaders Work To Stay Afloat During PandemicGovernor Tim Walz spoke to leaders of Minnesota's arts community via phone Wednesday.
Face Mask Etiquette 101 From Sports Medicine ExpertWhat to keep in mind whether you're heading to get groceries or going outside for a walk during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: A Look At Which Clinics Are Testing And How MuchHospitals all over the state have been limited to who they have been able to test due to a lack of testing supplies, but now the supplies are here and testing sites are ready.