Coronavirus In Minnesota: 'That's Our Armor': Nurses Hammer Home Stark Reality Of PPE ShortageWCCO talks to a Twin Cities nurse on the COVID-19 front lines about the dire shortage of protective gear.
'It Was Chaotic': Fight Puts North Memorial Medical Center On LockdownOfficials at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale say they have no plans for additional security after a large fight broke out in the emergency room Thursday afternoon.
Minnesota Nurses Reach Agreement With More Metro HospitalsThe Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) says that more agreements have been made with metro hospitals.
Minnesota Nurses Association, Children's Hospitals Reach AgreementThe Minnesota Nurses Association reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract with Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota early Saturday morning.
Nurses Work Under Expired Contracts As Negotiations ContinueElaina Hane, a pediatric nurse in the ICU at Children's Hospital, is on the negotiating team for the Minnesota Nurses Association. They're still fighting for higher wages and more affordable insurance for some of the 13,000 nurses in the MNA.
Minnesota Nurses Plan Informational Pickets Around Metro Hospitals
MNA Nurses Awarded Back Pay For Health Care Contract ViolationThe back pay is projected to total about $345,000 for 400 nurses.
Minnesota Hospitals Dealing With IV Bag ShortageThe problem started right after Hurricane Maria cut power to manufacturing plants in Puerto Rico.
Nurses Pay Off Medical Debt For 1,800 Minnesota FamiliesMembers of the Minnesota Nurses Association worked with a New York-based nonprofit to acquire and erase the debt. Nurses say they felt they needed to pay back their patients' kindness.
Following Contract Approval, Allina Nurses Return To WorkStarting Sunday, striking nurses at five Allina hospitals will head back to their jobs.
4 Things To Know: Nurses' Vote, Richard Nixon Presidential Library, Lynx & MoreFrom an end to the nurses' strike to Game 3 for the Minnesota Lynx in the WNBA finals, here is a look at the top four stories from Oct. 14, 2016.