TV, satellite and radio broadcasters are taking part. The Minnesota Broadcasters Association is reaching out to make sure viewers and listeners know it's only a test.
You can now order 4 free at-home COVID tests from the government
Tests will ship for free within 7-12 days, according to the White House.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Tuesday, January 18
Minnesota has reached 11,000 COVID-19 deaths.
St. Paul students have list of demands for district amid COVID response
They've released a list of demands.
Vikings must continue building out receiving corps in 2022
Justin Jefferson headlines a young, promising group, but more depth is still needed
Minnesota city seeks to woo new residents with free land, other perks
The city is known as the goose capital of Minnesota.
Students evacuated, classes canceled at Holy Angels HS
Details are still coming in.
Jordan Greenway runs into Darcy Kuemper, sparks fight
Kuemper got knocked out of the game, leading to the brawl.
MacKinnon's controversial goal helps Avalanche top Wild
Kirill Kaprizov's two goals were spoiled by a questionable call.
Attorney accused of sex assault misses hearing, DMs judge
He was arrested the next day after a warrant was issued,
Charges: Man who killed father with hammer says 'the devil made me do it'
The 33-year-old has been charged with murder.
Winter Carnival: Get vaccinated or test negative before coming
Organizers are also reminding people to be mindful of the city's emergency regulations.
2-year-old California girl hurt in crash in southern MN
Another passenger was also injured.
Test of emergency medical deliveries a preliminary success
A more thorough assessment is on the way, but the Health Department says Sunday's test of delivering emergency medicine through the mail seemed to go well. The operation is meant to prepare for an epidemic or bioterrorist attack. Mail carriers delivered pill bottles to 37,000 Twin Cities addresses.
Minnesotans to get emergency alerts on mobile phones
Severe weather and other emergency alerts are coming soon to Minnesotans' smartphones and cellphones. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says it will be ready to send imminent threat alerts by the end of this week.
Feds using Minnesota wind farms to test effect on radar systems
Electromagnetic interference from wind farms can disrupt the radar systems used by airports and the military. An agency of the U.S. Energy Department says it flew helicopters over three Minnesota farms this month to test technology aimed at limiting that interference.
3M says new cleaning system seems to be working after drinking wells pass tests
Monitoring wells at a landfill in Woodbury have turned up an increase in PFCs, but tests of local drinking water show no significant changes. 3M says that's a good sign that a new cleaning system is doing its job.
Lack of snow forces Toro to test equipment in Michigan
The Bloomington-based lawn equipment manufacturer is testing some of its snowblowers in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The Associated Press reports, because of the lack of snow in northern Minnesota, Toro had to find it elsewhere -- about 250 miles away.
Blood shortage nearing emergency levels
Officials with the American Red Cross say the blood supply has reached emergency levels with about 50,000 fewer donations than expected in June. Donors of all blood types are urged to give as soon as possible, especially O positive, O negative, B negative and A negative.
International Falls wins 'Best in Glass' taste test
International Falls won the competition held by the Minnesota Chapter of the American Water Works Association in Duluth for the best-tasting drinking water in Minnesota. St. Cloud and East Grand Forks took second and third place.
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