Minneapolis Police Clean Up, Assess Damage To 3rd Precinct After Violent Night Of George Floyd ProtestsFor the second-straight day, protesters are gathered outside Minneapolis Police Department's 3rd Precinct in protest of the death of George Floyd, 46.
Places Of Worship Prepare For Reopening Safely During PandemicStarting next week, worship leaders who want to have in-person services are allowed to do so -- at 25% occupancy, with continued social distancing and other health guidelines -- under Gov. Tim Walz’s new executive order.
National Guard Offering Free COVID-19 Testing At 6 Armories Statewide – No Symptoms NeededThe National Guard is making this really convenient for people. All you need to do is show up to get tested, no proof of ID or health insurance and no symptoms are needed to get a test.
50-Year-Old Maple Grove Man Battles COVID-19 On Ventilator For 2 MonthsChris Hirte was admitted to the hospital on March 28th, the day before his 50th birthday. He's been in the ICU on a ventilator ever since - marking more than 56 days in the hospital.
MDH's New Antibody Studies Include Neighborhood Visits, Voluntary TestingA massive push to prepare for the next wave. The study that could have the state knocking at your door.
'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey Calls On Federal Assistance For Mpls. Businesses, ResidentsWhen asked how he sees his role as a city leader during this pandemic, he said he’s looking at Gov. Tim Walz’s leadership to guide his own.
Hardware Stores Seeing Sales Surge As People Take Up Quarantine Home ProjectsThe stay-at-home order has been going on for the last seven weeks now, and many Minnesotans have used this time at home to fix things up.
Fourth-Generation U Of M Nursing Student Does Virtual Pinning Ceremony At HomeLike many graduation ceremonies, COVID-19 concerns forced the the University of Minnesota nursing pinning ceremony to move online.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Updated Model Predicts 800 Fewer Deaths If Stay-At-Home Order Extended Through MayAn updated COVID-19 model is predicting about 800 lives will be saved if Minnesota's stay-at-home order is extended until May 31.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Celebrating Mother's Day Through A Window At Senior CentersTo celebrate Mother's Day, the Walker Methodist Care Suites staff arranged for families to have private time with their moms through a glass window in 30 minute scheduled time slots.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Paul School Board Chairwoman On Ventilator Battling COVID-19A top St. Paul Educator and chairwoman is in the ICU, along with her father, connected to a ventilator battling COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 14-Year-Old Tests Positive For COVID-19 After Showing Zero SymptomsOn Sunday, 14-year-old Alex Theiler learned he was COVID-19 positive after getting a required test done before his appointment to get his braces off at the Mayo Clinic.
CSA Farming Spikes Amid Coronavirus-Related Food ShortagesCSA stands for "consumer supported agriculture," where Minnesota farmers mail fresh produce directly to their consumers.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Free, Fresh Produce Given Curbside Daily For Food Insecure People In St. PaulCars line up for blocks around Conway Park to get free fresh produce and meal kits from staff and volunteers with the Sennah Foundation.
Coronavirus In MN: #SaveTwinCitiesEats Aims To Keep Restaurants Alive During State ShutdownStarting this week, there will be a new online effort to help the Twin Cities food scene.