COVID In Minnesota: School Districts Look At Myriad Factors When Deciding To Switch GearsRising COVID cases means several Minnesota school districts are considering big changes.
'We Just Want To Know That We're Protected': Allina Health Workers Strike For 2nd DayAllina Health technical workers gathered again Tuesday in front St. Francis Regional Medical Center in Shakopee to picket, with signs reading “people over profits” and “enough is enough.”
Renaissance Festival Cancels, Saying 'We Are Profoundly Disappointed'While organizers were confident their plans would have been safe, and they noted they disagree with the current state directives in place, they share state officials' goal of "keeping Minnesotans safe and healthy."
Renaissance Festival Plans To Move Forward For 50th Anniversary This FallFor anyone who wants to leave 2020 behind, the Renaissance Festival has announced plans to go forward with plans for this fall.
Workers Want Shakopee Amazon Center Shut Down For CleaningWorkers are speaking out about conditions inside the Shakopee Amazon center where at least 88 employees tested positive for COVID-19.
88 Amazon Workers In Shakopee Test Positive For COVID-19Another 99 workers at other Amazon sites in the Twin Cities have also tested positive since COVID-19 arrived in Minnesota.
Man Identified In Shakopee Shooting, Suspect In CustodyA 65-year-old man is dead after a Monday evening shooting in Shakopee.
Canterbury Park Owners Look For Creative Ways To Stay AfloatHorse-racing season was supposed to have kicked off this past weekend at Canterbury Park. For the owners -- the Sampson family -- that is a big financial burden.
'We've Missed You': Mystic Lake And Little Six Casinos To Reopen May 26Mystic Lake and Little Six casinos will be reopening on Tuesday, May 26, after being closed for two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 50+ Amazon Shakopee Warehouse Workers Walk Off Job Over Safety ConcernsMore than 50 Amazon warehouse workers in Shakopee walked off the job early Sunday morning due to COVID-19 concerns
Report: John Paul Smith, 19, Charged With Fleeing Police Around 100 MPH In Pursuit That Involved Shots FiredA criminal complaint has described him as being homeless, but the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said he was living in Willmar.
Man Arrested After Leading State Troopers On Chase In South MetroThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says it started with a trooper trying to pull a man over for driving 100 MPH on Interstate 494 in Mendota Heights just before noon Saturday.
BCA: Man's Body Found In Hwy. 169 Median In Shakopee; May Be Connected To Previous CrashThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says they will lead the investigation into the body found in the middle of a median on Highway 169 near Canterbury Road in Shakopee Thursday.
'It Makes You Feel Good': MINNCOR Program Brings Inmate-Made Art And Products To Pop-Up StoresThe Minnesota Department of Corrections’ MINNCOR program is helping inmates across six prisons learn technical and soft skills before transitioning back to society.
'It's Just Hard To Believe': 300+ Students At Shakopee West Middle School Out With The FluSickness is sweeping through Minnesota schools, forcing hundreds of kids to stay home.