Vaccine Or Testing Mandate At Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants Takes Effect WednesdayStarting Wednesday, you'll need to show a proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to get into a restaurant or bar in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
'Better Safe Than Sorry': New COVID Rules Begin This WeekThe week ahead brings new proof of vaccine and testing rules in the Twin Cities. They come as COVID-19 cases spike across Minnesota.
Parents Sending Kids Back To School Amid COVID Surge Nervous About The Weeks AheadHealth experts say it's basically inevitable that children will be exposed to the Omicron variant if they're returning to in-person learning. But there are ways you can give your child the best protection possible.
Hospitals Urge Those Seeking COVID Tests Not To Come To ERsNearly two years into the pandemic, the recent surge in cases caused by the Omicron variant is making for long lines at COVID-19 testing sites.
COVID, Weather Prompts Delta To Cancel Nearly 100 Christmas Eve Flights Delta Air Lines on Thursday canceled nearly 100 flights on one of the busiest holiday travel days of the year.
'Not Really Worth Putting Your Life In Jeopardy': The Importance Of Checking Lake IceWhile there haven't been any ice-related fatalities this season, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says the state averages three to four ice-related deaths each winter.
Planning To Bring Wrapped Gifts Through MSP Airport? TSA Offers A Better IdeaIf you traveled for the holidays last year, expect traffic through Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to be twice as busy this holiday season.
Police Fatally Shoot 'Armed' Suspect At Mounds View Liquor StorePolice shot and killed a man who they say had a gun in a liquor store in Mounds View Sunday evening.
Cyber Monday Means Busy Day For Twin Cities Amazon WorkersMany of us will likely be turning to our smartphones or computers Monday to do some shopping. Cyber Monday has begun, and one of the busiest sites will most likely be Amazon.
Black Friday Shoppers Arrive Early At Shopping Centers, Local RetailersThose seeking to spend money may require some extra time and patience to find what they want this year. Many in-demand products have become exceedingly hard to find. Shipping delays at ports and a nationwide trucker shortage have left many stores struggling to keep shelves stocked.
Runners Give Thanks For Family, Health At 5K In Maple GroveNearly 200 people started their Thanksgiving morning with a 5K run around Arbor Lake.
MSP Airport Bracing For Busiest Travel Day Of Thanksgiving WeekThe airport is expecting more than 33,000 people to pass through security checkpoints on Wednesday.
Highland Park Students Hold Walkout Against Sexual ViolenceThe group marched around the block of the school campus chanting and holding signs. Many students shared personal stories about sexual assault and abuse during their time within the district.
Restaurants And Breweries Offering Outdoor Experiences Again, As COVID Cases Continue To Rise In MNMore people will be spending time inside as we enter the winter months, but with the COVID positivity rate at 9.5%, the highest it's been this year, some people may be hesitant to socialize indoors again. Several businesses are bringing back the creativity you saw last winter and offering outdoor options.
'The Best News:' U.S. Opens Land Border To Canada, Welcomes International Visitors From Several CountriesFor the first time in more than 600 days, many foreign citizens can now travel to the United States, if they've been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and recently tested negative.