Thanksgiving In Isolation: Finding Ways To Comfort Loved Ones In Long-Term Care FacilitiesThis Thanksgiving will be yet another tough day for people living in isolation in long-term care facilities.
Shipt Partners With Midtown Global Market To Highlight Minority-Owned BusinessesBusiness for tenants of Minneapolis's Midtown Global Market has been tough, but new relief is in sight.
Wedding Industry, Museums Adjust To New COVID RestrictionsCOVID restrictions in Minnesota mean once again, organizations are scrambling to try and stay afloat.
3M-Designed Science Kits Allowing 3rd-Graders To Get Hands-On Learning At HomeLike many kids these days, Maya Consti isn't where she'd like to be. She misses her teachers and hands-on learning. But that's where a 3M engineer is stepping in.
'Next Step' Program Aims To Help Gun Violence Victims Avoid RetaliationIt's an outside-the-box approach to stopping gun violence that starts in the emergency room. And dramatic data suggests it's a program that works.
Several Universities, Colleges Embrace George Floyd Memorial ScholarshipsA movement is underway at some of the most prestigious institutions in the country, in honor of George Floyd.
Twin Cities Neighborhood Association Turns To New Camera Technology To Deter Car, Home Break-InsA west metro neighborhood association is taking a new approach to preventing car and home break-ins, and so far it appears it's working.
'On Eagle's Wings' Composer Father Michael Joncas Surprised By Joe Biden's Nod“I probably have had more phone calls and texts that evening than I ever have my entire life," Father Michael Joncas said
YMCA Program Offers Free Acupuncture Treatments To Release Stress
60 Charged In Telemarketing Scam That Got $300M From 150,000 Vulnerable PeopleMinnesota U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald announced the charges Wednesday. She called it the largest elder fraud scheme in the country.
New Data Suggests COVID-19 Impact In St. Paul May Not Be So SevereThe road to recovery from the pandemic has been financially devastating in most places. But downtown St. Paul may be an exception.
Doctors Warn Some Hand Sanitizers Can Be Toxic To ChildrenCole says, since COVID-19 hit, the poison control center has had an explosion of call about kids swallowing sanitizer.
Western Wisconsin Police Solve 2014 Hit-And-Run Cold CaseAfter nearly 7 years, two western Wisconsin families finally have answers as to who, police believe, killed their loved ones.
October Snowstorm Catches Homeowners, Plow Drivers Off GuardA winter storm left many scrambling to find their winter clean-up gear. Even those who specialize in snow removal were caught off guard.
Mixed Feelings As Tuesday Snow Kicks Off Winter Weather Season Ahead Of ScheduleJust a week and a half ago, temperatures in the Twin Cities were in the 80s. On Tuesday, a winter storm in October was bringing several inches of snow to parts of Minnesota.