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.
North Dakota And Minnesota Red River Diversion Opponents Agree To Settle ComplaintsNorth Dakota and Minnesota residents who have been fighting plans for a Red River diversion channel around the Fargo-Moorhead area have agreed to a settlement with the public group managing the project.
Gov. Walz Urges Vigilance As COVID Cases Soar; Feds Sending State Nearly 1.7M Rapid TestsGov. Tim Walz and the state's top health officials addressed Minnesota's COVID-19 situation on Monday afternoon, urging residents to not be anything other than vigilant as the state's virus statistics continue to spike.
Ice Castles Not Returning To Minnesota This Winter Due To COVID-19 PandemicA popular winter attraction will not be returning to the Twin Cities this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Over 1 Million Absentee Ballots Have Been Accepted So Far In MinnesotaOver one million absentee ballots have been accepted so far in Minnesota, according to the latest data from the Minnesota Secretary of State website.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MDH Reports 7 More COVID-19 Deaths, 1,120 New CasesMinnesota health officials on Tuesday reported 1,120 new coronavirus cases and seven more deaths.