The infomercial icon visited the White House Friday.
The Timberwolves star was among several players that are dealing with COVID-related issues.
The fair suffered huge financial losses due to COVID-19, but organizers are moving forward with planning "different scenarios" for this summer.
She will be joining Jason DeRusha on the CBS affiliate's Morning Show.
Local and state law enforcement officials have a plan in case a threat arises.
It's a slushy mess in the metro, but snow did pile up in southern counties.
The Washington Post reported Friday that the Trump Administration has shipped out all the vaccines it has already, with none in reserve.
He'll be speaking at noon.
Local government offices will generally be closed on Monday.
It's also been ordered to repay $11,499 in fees taken from Minnesotans.
The B117 variant is believed to be more easily transmitted.
An Edina bridal boutique took some heat after spray-painting wedding dresses -- some worth thousands of dollars -- then tossing them in a dumpster. Many people said the shop should have donated the dresses to charity.
The 1981 royal wedding gown will be the centerpiece of the exhibit "Diana: A Celebration," which opens at the mall on Saturday. The exhibit will feature her designer dresses, family heirlooms, paintings and rare home movies and photos.
Allison Kaplan recently visited the new mega Menards in Golden Valley and says, "I’m still trying to find my way out of the spray paint section. No joke – there are 17 shades of black, alone."
Thirty workers have walked off the job to protest a new dress code at Dianne's Fine Desserts. After a worker's long dress was caught in a piece of floor machinery, women were forbidden from wearing dresses that hang below the knee. The workers are Muslim and say dressing modestly is a tenet of their religion.
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