Jackknifed Semi On I-94 In St. Paul Closes Eastbound Lanes For HoursA semi-truck jackknifed Thursday afternoon on Interstate 94 in St. Paul, closing down eastbound lanes for about three hours.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: CBD Manufacturer Makes Hand Sanitizer For PoliceThe work of police officers is changing during the pandemic, but it does not stop or even slow it down. But one small Minnesota company is doing its part to return the favor in a small way.
Fatal Crash Closes Northbound Hwy 61 In St. PaulThe Minnesota State Patrol is investigating after a fatal crash on Highway 61 in St. Paul Friday morning.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Chefs Band Together To Donate Food After COVID-19 Closes RestaurantsWhat could have been thousands of pounds of trash was treasured Thursday night by more than a thousand people in St. Paul.
Coronavirus in Minnesota: School Buses Becoming Food Delivery TrucksIf you and your child want a week's supply of meals, go to your bus stop at the normal time, and instead of picking up your kid for school, the bus driver will drop off meals.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 1st Presumed Case Of COVID-19 At Minnesota CapitolOfficials are reporting the first positive case of COVID-19 at the Minnesota State Capitol. WCCO's Pat Kessler has confirmed the news.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Paul's Bethesda Hospital To Transform Into COVID-19 Care FacilitySt. Paul's Bethesda Hospital will soon turn into a COVID-19 specialty care facility.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Free Meals For Students From Minneapolis, St. Paul Public SchoolsMinneapolis and St. Paul public schools have laid out their plans to make sure students are getting nutritious meals while schools are closed during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Paul’s Hope Breakfast Bar Helping Families In Need During OutbreakA Twin Cities restaurant is stepping up in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: All Criminal, Civil Trials Suspended In State's 4 US District CourtsAll criminal and civil trials in Minnesota’s United States District Courts have been suspended due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
St. Paul Teachers Strike Over; Tentative Agreement ReachedTeachers plan to go back to work at 1 p.m., although Friday classes remain canceled for the district’s 36,000 students.