Coronavirus In Minnesota: Number Of Positive COVID-19 Cases Rises To 576; 10th Death ReportedState health officials announced Monday that the number of positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Minnesota has risen to 576, up from 503 on Sunday. One more person also died, bringing the death total to 10.
Coronavirus Updates: The Latest COVID-19 Headlines From March 22, 2020Health officials in Minnesota announced Sunday that the number of positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the state has risen from 137 to 169.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: State Confirms 1st Presumptive Case Of COVID-19The person in the case is an older adult Ramsey County resident who traveled on a cruise ship that had a known COVID-19 case.
Air Force Vet Walking From Minn. To Fla. To Raise Money For Wounded Warriors ProjectAn Air Force veteran is walking from Minnesota to Florida to raise money for the Wounded Warriors Project.
At Union Forum, Klobuchar Says Trump Made False Promises To WorkersAmy Klobuchar's campaign trail on Saturday continued to wind through Iowa.
Minn. Budget Officials Project $1.3 Billion SurplusMinnesota budget officials are projecting a $1.3 billion surplus in the current two-year budget period thanks to an improving economic outlook.
Survey Suggests Economy Slowing Down In 9 Midwest StatesA new monthly survey of business leaders suggests the economy is slowing down in nine Midwest and Plains states as the U.S. trade war with China continues.
Gov. Walz Proclaims Nov. 30 'Small Business Saturday' In MinnesotaGov. Tim Walz is declaring Nov. 30 as "Small Business Saturday" in Minnesota.
Judge Orders Search Of MPCA Computers In PolyMet ChallengeA judge has ordered a forensic search of computers used by three former top officials at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency as part of an investigation into whether they sought to suppress concerns by federal regulators about pollution risks from the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine.
Attorney General Keith Ellison Calls For An End To Non-Compete ClausesMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is one of 19 state attorney generals pushing to limit a contract restriction he says can prevent employees from finding better jobs.
'Sometimes You Suffer Together': Many Midwest Sugar Beet Farmers Endure Difficult HarvestIt's been a bitter harvest for many Minnesota and North Dakota sugar beet farmers.
U Of M Recognized For Highest-In-Nation 2018 Midterm TurnoutUniversity of Minnesota students came out to vote in the highest numbers of any large public university.
Gopher Football Fans React: Saturday's Win Over Penn State, Undefeated SeasonThe University of Minnesota's football team proved it is worth the hype Saturday after a 31-26 win over Penn State, putting the Gophers in a 9-0 winning streak. Being a sold out game, crowds and excitement were also all around TCF Bank Stadium.
Ex-Officer Sentenced For Sexually Assaulting, Stalking TeenagerA Minnesota man was sentenced to 36 months in prison Friday for sexually assaulting and stalking a teenager while working as a police officer .
Minnesota Reports 1st Flu Death Of SeasonMinnesota has reported its first flu death of the season.