New U Of M Study Looks Into Breastfeeding And COVID-19A new study at the University of Minnesota Medical School is looking at COVID-19 and breastfeeding.
Thao, In BCA Interview, Says Dispatch Cancelled Call To Him And Chauvin Before They Arrived At Cup FoodsOn Friday, the courts released the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's interview with Tou Thao, who is one of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death.
Restrictions At Canadian-U.S. Border Extended To September At EarliestFriday's statement by Canada's Public Safety Minister Bill Blair came a day after Mexico announced a similar measure for its border with the United States.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Health Dept. Reports 8 More Deaths, 738 New CasesThe state’s positivity rate is at about 5% as of Aug. 5. If the rate were to soar to 15% or climb 5% over 14 days, health officials would consider tightening COVID-19 restrictions.
Trump To Make Campaign Stops Monday At Mankato Airport, Central Wisconsin President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign officially announced Friday that the president will visit Minnesota and Wisconsin next week.
Virus-Proofing NFL Facilities Is A Tall, Masked TaskLike a defense stiffening at the goal line late in the game, the NFL has implemented a wide array of health protocols designed to keep the coronavirus from wrecking the 2020 season scheduled to begin four weeks from now.
'The Virus Has A Vote': WCCO Talks To Minnesota Homeland Security Director About COVID-19 6 Months OnMinnesota's health leaders are planning their fight against COVID for one year from now.
Newly-Released Body Cam Video Shows George Floyd's Fatal Arrest From Tou Thao's POVThao was the one you've seen in bystander cell phone video standing and keeping the crowd back. His body camera video is the only one that shows the three fired officers pinning George Floyd on the ground.
Injured Bald Eagle Attacks 2 At Cascade ResortA trip up north turned into a tussle with some talons after someone got a little too close to a bald eagle in Lutsen.
Police: Peaceful Ending After Suspect Barricaded Himself At Graduate Hotel On 'U' CampusMinneapolis police say there was a peaceful resolution to a tense situation on the University of Minnesota's east bank campus Thursday.
'He Couldn't Use His Arms At All': Spotting The Signs Of AFM In ChildrenAs some children head back to school, there's another virus to watch out for.
More US Churches Sue To Challenge COVID-19 RestrictionsChurches in California and Minnesota, backed by a conservative legal group, filed lawsuits this week against the governors of their states challenging restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak that they contend are violations of religious liberty.
Faces Of COVID-19: 80-Year-Old John Weiland Remembered By His Teenage Sweetheart As Her 'Perfect Match'John Weiland became Minnesota's 221st person to die from COVID-19 when he passed away in April. In our Faces of COVID series, Liz Collin shares a more than half-century love story that starts with two teenagers.
State Workplace Safety Commissioner Ousted In Partisan Senate VoteAnger was palpable as Gov. Tim Walz reacted to Senate Republicans' rejection of Nancy Leppink as his commissioner of Labor and Industry.
United Way, Allianz Field Team Up To Give School Supplies To 40,000 Students In NeedIt's the fifth year of Twin Cities United Way putting on this event on to get backpacks with school supplies to 40,000 students experiencing poverty.