Coronavirus Impact: Minnesota Ranked Among States With Lowest Population Vulnerable To COVID-19Minnesota has been ranked as one of the states with the lowest concentrations of individuals vulnerable to COVID-19.
Coronavirus Updates: Minnesota Orders Adult Day Care Centers To CloseThe state has closed adult day care centers across Minnesota to prevent the coronavirus from spreading among thousands of seniors and disabled people they serve.
CDC Sending Minnesota $10 Million For COVID-19 ResponseThe Centers for Disease Control on Prevention is sending millions of dollars to states across the country, including Minnesota, for the coronavirus (COVID-19) response.
Ellison, Walz Reaffirm Mille Lacs Band’s Reservation Exists, Was Never DiminishedMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, with the support of Gov. Tim Walz, has reaffirmed the boundaries of the Mille Lacs Reservation.
Federal Grants To Tackle Lead Paint Hazards In Minnesota HomesOn Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced grants to both the State of Minnesota and Hennepin County, totaling $8.9 million.
President Obama Signs Disaster Declaration For MinnesotaPresident Barack Obama has signed a disaster declaration for the State of Minnesota.
State Of Minnesota Websites Back Up & Running After OutagesState of Minnesota websites – including MNsure – are back up and running after suffering intermittent outages.
Despite Fall Slowdown, State Keeps Adding To CoffersBudget officials say tax collections slowed in September but the state is still piling up extra money. The Department of Minnesota Management and Budget released its latest budget update Friday showing they brought in $136 million more than expected from July through September.