A timeline about when the clinic will reopen hasn't been released.
She confirmed her resignation on Tuesday.
The latest from Minnesota health officials.
Federal health officials have recommended the pause to review treatment of an extremely rare blot clot.
Fans at Wednesday's first game can stay for the second game for free.
Pope Francis accepted Rev. Michael Hoeppner's resignation Tuesday.
Hennepin County Mike Freeman sent the case to Washington County per a new practice among metro area county attorneys.
The counties have opened up appointments to nonresidents.
Police once again used tear gas, flash bangs, and 'less-lethal' ammunition on protesters.
There have been six reports of blood clots of the 6.8 million vaccines given.
Ground crews are still battling the Cummings Lake fire Monday near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. The fire, which started Sunday afternoon, is now about 20 acres in size and is located in a lowland area about 12 miles northwest of Ely. Five aircraft were attacking a 50-acre fire in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area on Sunday night not far from Ely, the Duluth News Tribune reports. Crews were on their way to the remote site.
The Forest Service has closed some areas of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, where three new wildfires are burning. The largest is 75 acres. But crews are aggressively fighting another two-acre fire because it's near an area of dry timber that was part of the 1999 blowdown.
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Wildland firefighters were quick to head off to a fire in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, first reported Sunday afternoon northwest of Ely, which has grown to about 30 acres and will get bigger before it can be contained, officials said. No structures were immediately threatened. The cause isn't yet known.
Fire crews have left the smoldering Boundary Waters Canoe area, confident any hotspots will burn themselves out. Even as smoke continues to rise, new growth is returning.
U-S Forestry Officials vastly underestimated the beginnings of a wildfire in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. The Star Tribune reports internal memos show an initial wait-and-see approach set the stage for the blaze to explode into the largest fire the state has seen in almost a hundred years.
The wildfires that have been plaguing the Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness area in northeastern Minnesota are contained, controlled or out, the U.S. Forest Service reported Saturday. However, with the forecast of dry weather in the next few days, campfire restrictions remain in the area and some lake and trail closures are still in effect.
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