Metro Transit Announces $4 Million Annual Safety Investment As Ridership Slowly ReturnsWith people returning to work, and venues moving toward full capacity, Metro Transit says it’s investing millions of dollars into safety.
Dry June Impacting Minnesota Pastures, Cattle FarmersMinnesota is abnormally dry. A majority of the state is declared to be in a moderate or severe drought.
Entertainment Venues Still Awaiting Aid Months After Congressional ApprovalEntertainment venues have felt left in the dark about when they would see aid that was approved six months ago by Congress.
Heat And Boat Safety Tips Recommended For Extreme TemperaturesThere is a heat advisory through Thursday in Scott, Carver, Washington, Ramsey, Anoka, Hennepin and Dakota counties with temperatures in the middle to upper 90s each afternoon.
Man Pleads Guilty In Attack On WCCO Photojournalist During Duluth Trump RallyDuane Waldriff, 70, has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge in connection to an attack on a WCCO photojournalist last year.
Gov. Walz Signs ‘Landmark’ Energy Legislation That Updates, Expands State’s Conservation Improvement ProgramMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz says he has signed bipartisan energy legislation, called the Energy Conservation and Optimization Act of 2021 (ECO Act), into law.
Study: Wolves Have Helped Reduce Deer-Auto Collisions By 24%A new study said that the presence of wolves, maligned by ranchers whose livestock suffers predation, also can save money by indirectly reducing deer-vehicle collisions.
Minnesota Weather: Severe Potential On Monday; Mugginess And Cooldown To FollowThere is a potential for severe weather and heavy rainfall Monday, ahead of a mid-week cooldown.
Part Of Archer House In Northfield Collapses Six Months After FireSix months after a devastating fire, part of a historic Minnesota hotel collapsed on Friday night.
Climate 'Normals' Just Got Their Once-Per-Decade Update, With These Impacts In MinnesotaClimate normals are 30-year averages of temperature, rain and snow representing what is now considered normal for our ever-changing climate -- a normal that's just been recalculated.
COVID In Minnesota: Are Snowbirds Affecting State's Vaccination Rate?Officials do not think that undercounted snowbirds will have a significant impact on when restrictions can ultimately be dropped.
Minnesotans Flock To Lakes As Summer-Like Heat Hits On this picture-perfect May Day, many Minnesotans flocked to the lakes.
Families Fight To Change Law That Keeps People With Down Syndrome Off Organ Donor ListParents in Minnesota and Wisconsin are pushing for equal treatment for their kids. Currently people with certain disabilities like Down syndrome can be denied an organ transplant due to outdated laws.
Minnesota Launches Pandemic Rental Assistance Program, Unclear When Payments Will Be ReceivedIf you're behind on rent, Minnesota has hundreds of millions of dollars waiting to help you pay those bills.
COVID In MN: HealthPartners Announces Method For Digital Proof Of Vaccination CardAnticipating that at least some activities will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination, HealthPartners has launched a method to digitally prove vaccination.