'We've Suffered A Lot, We've Learned A Lot': Minnesota Approaches A Year Of COVIDThe first case of the virus in Minnesota was confirmed on March 6, 2020.
COVID Pandemic In MN: State Will Get 45K Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Doses This WeekAs March begins in Minnesota, over 900,000 people in the state have received at least one vaccine dose. Meanwhile, health officials on Monday reported 636 more virus cases and three more deaths.
A Deeper Look At The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineMinnesotans will soon have access to what Gov. Tim Walz calls a “game changer” in the fight against COVID-19.
When Will Children Be Able To Get Vaccinated? Mayo Clinic Pediatrician Weighs InPfizer and Moderna have enrolled children 12 years and up in their pediatric trials for the COVID-19 vaccine.
2 Years Later, Homicide During Mankato Snowstorm Remains UnsolvedAuthorities are hoping you can help them solve a 2-year-old cold case.
WCCO Viewers Share Their Last Memories Of Fun Right Before COVID StruckIt's been almost a year since the pandemic made its way to Minnesota, and what we considered "normal" changed.
Isabella Tunney Joins Pioneering Group Of Girls Achieving Eagle Scout Rank"It's a bit of a bittersweet moment because I am done now, but my adventure as an Eagle Scout is not done at all," Isabella Tunney said. "Some would say it’s just the beginning."
When Will The Next Groups Get Vaccinated? And Who's In Those Groups?Federal guidelines say that anyone under 65 with underlying health conditions should be prioritized in the next phase.
Gov. Walz Launches 'Vaccine Connector,' Says It's The Next Step In Rollout StrategyGov. Tim Walz’s administration launched a tool Thursday to help Minnesotans figure out where they can get vaccinated once they become eligible to get a shot in the weeks and months ahead.
Dr. Fauci: COVID Vaccine Rollout Could Soon Speed Up NationwideMinnesota is closing in on delivering one million doses of COVID-19 vaccines.
Minnesota Middle And High School Students Return To Classrooms TuesdayThousands of Minnesota students will head back into the classroom Tuesday.
Experts Fear Spring Break COVID Boom: 'It's Still Really Not A Great Idea To Travel'As the subzero temperatures continue, many Minnesotans are dreaming of a warm escape -- and health experts are worried about a possible rise in COVID-19 cases with more travel.
Buffalo Clinic Shooting: Gregory Ulrich Charged With Murder, Detonating Homemade BombsAhead of his first court appearance Thursday morning, formal charges of murder and attempted murder are expected to be filed against Gregory Ulrich, the suspected gunman in Tuesday's deadly Buffalo clinic shooting.
Minnesota Health Officials Work To Keep Up With COVID VariantsSome of Mayo Clinic's top infectious disease experts say it's becoming more likely COVID-19 will never be completely eliminated. The virus is continuing to mutate into different strains.
Debate Arises Anew Over Whether To Change The Name Of Coon RapidsIn the 1800s, Coon Rapids was known as a place where land owners would hunt raccoons. Historians assume that is where where the city's name derives from.