Who Will Qualify For State's $250 Million In Bonus Pay For Front-Line Workers?Heroes of the pandemic could be in line for bonus pay as state lawmakers set aside millions to split among front-line workers.
Delta Variant's Spread And Why Minnesota Is Avoiding The Surge So FarThe Delta variant is now the most common strain of COVID in the United States.
Closures In Boundary Waters Wilderness Due To WildfiresMultiple wildfires have started inside Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in northern Minnesota leading to closures within the region.
COVID-19's Delta Variant Is On The Rise In MN, Experts Talk BoostersThe delta variant of COVID-19 is on the rise in Minnesota with 110 cases of it in the state, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
Minnesota Farmers Relieved Over Weekend Rain, But Aren’t Celebrating YetMinnesota farms finally got the rain relief they’ve been waiting on for over a month and they’re seeing some immediate effects.
DPS: More Than 600,000 Vehicles Have Expired Minn. TabsAccording to DPS-DVS, there are 605,007 vehicles that have expired Minnesota registration.
Minnesota And Wisconsin At Heightened Risk For WildfiresOn Friday night, a grass fire shot through the cattails of Legion Lake in a section of Richfield's Veterans Park. Weather conditions have put both Minnesota and Wisconsin at heightened risk for wildfires.
Bueckers And Clark Dominate Women's TourneyThe captivating basketball exploits by the heralded freshmen have created a buzz around the women’s NCAA Tournament, including one of the event’s most anticipated matchups: Bueckers and Clark will play their first college game against each other in the Sweet 16 this weekend.
Resistance To Getting COVID Vaccine Among MN Corrections OfficersAfter one of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks in a U.S. prison, there’s a growing concern many Minnesota corrections officers won’t be vaccinated.
Ranking: Minnesota Is 9th Most Educated State In U.S.Minnesota has been ranked among the top 10 most educated states in the country.
Minn. Educators Weigh In On New COVID Vaccine Pilot ProgramMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Monday that the state will launch nine pilot vaccine sites, which will begin vaccinating a limited number of educators, child care workers and adults over the age of 65.
Due To Security Threats, MN’s Federal Courthouses To Close For Several Days Beginning SundayFederal courthouses in Minnesota will be closed in the days leading up to the presidential inauguration.
Massive 3-Day Country Music Event, WE Fest, Announces Its Return This SummerA massive country music festival is getting ready for its return to Minnesota.
Joe Biden Projected To Win Presidential Race In MinnesotaCBS News has projected Democratic candidate Joe Biden to win the presidential race in Minnesota.
Short, Fast Lines At Suburban PollsThere were no lines at polling places in Burnsville on Tuesday.