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.
The Vikings say there’s no truth to media reports that “Big Tuna” Bill Parcells is being courted to take over as coach and general manager of the club. The New York Post wrote this morning that owner Zygi Wilf told Parcells to “name his price” to come to Minnesota to “run the show.”
Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf were elated after the stadium bill passed through the House and Senate on Thursday. "We're here to stay" Zygi Wilf said at a press conference celebrating the stadium. Mark Wilf added that the stadium "will be first class and special, and something that all Minnesotans can be truly proud of.”
The Daily News in Los Angeles is reporting that Zygi Wilf's private plane was spotted at an airport in Southern California on Thursday. The Vikings declined to comment on the report. Earlier this week NFL commissioner Roger Goodell met with the mayor of Los Angeles to talk about bringing an NFL team to L.A.
The governor says what Wilf does with his wealth is his own business as a private citizen and shouldn't have any bearing on the debate over a new home for the Minnesota Vikings.
The New York Observer says Vikings owner Zygi Wilf is taking lots of flack after making his luxurious purchase on the coast.
Sid Hartman reports that Leslie Frazier will have the full support of Zygi and Mark Wilf if he decides to blow up the Vikings' roster next season. Frazier says the Wilfs have been "supportive" and "humble in all aspects." The team will need to fill a lot of holes to be competitive next season.
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