Vaccine Recipients Report 'COVID Arm' And Other Side Effects, But Doctors Say Don't WorryAs the COVID-19 vaccine continues to roll out, we're learning more about the potential side effects after either dose.
Osterholm Endorses Delaying 2nd COVID Vaccine Doses To Get More People Their 1st OneDr. Michael Osterholm spoke before the Minnesota House Health Committee yesterday when he made comments on the vaccine process.
Adults With Down Syndrome Push For COVID Vaccine PrioritizationResearchers found that individuals with Down syndrome were almost five times more likely to be hospitalized from COVID and at 10 times higher risk of death from the disease.
Authorities Investigating Snowmobile Hit-And-Run On Lake MinnetonkaPeter Kissinger saw one of the snowmobiles go right through the portable ice house in which his girlfriend was sitting.
Judge Sides With Minneapolis Teachers Union To Prevent District From Denying Accommodation RequestsMinneapolis Public Schools educators are coming back to schools on Monday, but some may be able to continue teaching remotely due to a court order issued Sunday.
Everything You Need To Know Before Filing Your Income Taxes This YearThis year the IRS will start accepting tax returns in mid-February. But there are a few changes this year that you should know about.
With COVID Vaccines Ramping Up, So Are Child Care Waitlists
COVID Vaccine Pilot (MN): Gov. Announces Mass Vaccination Event For Educators, Registration Changes For Those 65+Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Monday announced changes to the state’s community vaccination efforts, with adults 65 years of age and older having a 24-hour window to pre-register for a chance to get an appointment. Also, a mass vaccination event will be held in St. Paul for educators and child care providers.
Family Pleads For Dog's Safe Return After SUV Stolen Outside MOA HotelA southern Minnesota family is asking for help to find their dog, who was inside their car when someone stole it.
Can You Be Fired For Refusing Vaccination If Your Employer Requires It?The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission does allow companies to mandate the flu and other vaccines, and has indicated they could also make the COVID-19 vaccines a requirement for employees.
With Demand Outpacing Supply, Schools Tasked With Who Gets 1st COVID VaccinesThe state says that education staff eligible for the pilot program vaccines can also include employees who contract through schools like bus drivers.
Minn. Educators Weigh In On New COVID Vaccine Pilot ProgramMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Monday that the state will launch nine pilot vaccine sites, which will begin vaccinating a limited number of educators, child care workers and adults over the age of 65.
'Sweet Potato Comfort Pie' Seeks To Nourish While Bridging Racial DivideA local organization is serving awareness about racial and social injustices -- through something sweet.
HealthPartners Researchers To Study COVID Vaccine Impact On PregnancyA Minnesota health institute will be studying how the COVID-19 vaccine impacts pregnant women.
For Expectant Parents, COVID Pandemic Adds Extra Layer Of AnxietyThe uncertainty of COVID-19 has made many couples rethink their family plans.