Regions Hospital in St. Paul said Friday abortion services will stop except in emergencies after Dec. 9. Hospital officials say they are confident patients can find the services they need at other hospitals.
Minneapolis rolls out new crime-reducing plan, but provides little detail
"Operation Endeavor" is a collaboration between multiple agencies.
Walz hopes for investigation into judge in Feeding Our Future case
The governor said he was "speechless" by the judge's initial decision.
Commuter alert: Parking in Minneapolis just got cheaper!
FlexPass offers flexible parking downtown at Ramp A
Omicron subvariants BA.4.6, BA.2.75.2 drawing attention in MN
Health officials in Minnesota are paying special attention to BA.4.6.
Texas company buys Roseville's Har Mar Mall for $50 million
The mall is home to a Cub Foods and a Burlington, among other stores.
Nightmare traffic near Ren Fest causes headache for businesses
The festival runs through Oct. 2.
Increased state police presence in Twin Cities to stay till year's end
Topics included HEAT patrols, violent crime, fentanyl and street racing.
Vegan East sign goes up at former QC Pizza spot in Minneapolis
Vegan baked goods appear to be on the horizon in the Southside.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for the week ending Tuesday, Sept. 20
The amount of COVID detected in wastewater jumped, as did hospitalizations.
Police: Armed trio broke into Brooklyn Park apartment
The trio asked a resident if a family member was home.
Amtrak service stopped west of St. Paul after fatal derailment in Montana
Service is unavailable through Tuesday.
Abortion bills advance at Capitol
The House and Senate passed separate bills that would place new restrictions on abortion providers. One bill would require a doctor to be present when a patient takes the abortion medication, RU-486. The other would require abortion providers to have licenses and be subject to random inspections.
Nurse charged with stealing meds at St. Cloud Hospital
A nurse at St. Cloud Hospital was charged for allegedly stealing pain medication from 23 patients and is also accused by hospital staff of introducing bacterial infections to patients from syphoning from IV bags.
Twin Cities hospitals see increase in heat-related conditions
The summer heat wave sweeping through the Twin Cities and southern half of the state is resulting in more patients with heat-related conditions at the hospital. Regions Hospital emergency room physician Gary Mayeux tells KARE-TV that there's been a 15 to 20 percent increase in heat exhaustion cases in the last week.
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