Target to slash prices, cancel orders as it shifts unwanted inventory
Retailers have been taken by surprise by the sudden shift away from pandemic spending.
COVID-19: Gov. Walz reveals new actions to ease hospital strain
“Rising COVID-19 cases have left our hospitals too crowded, and we need action now,” the governor said.
Here's what's going on with the $250M frontline worker pandemic bonus pay
Minnesota lawmakers can't agree on what to do.
Nonfatal drug overdoses continued to increase during COVID-19 pandemic
They mirrored the trend of fatal overdoses seen during 2020.
Minnesota State Fair during a pandemic: Does it feel any different?
Our food writer Haley Nelson hit the fair on the first day.
Education Minnesota latest organization to exit State Fair
Many vendors and exhibitors will not be in attendance this year.
This weekend only, make $200 if you get vaccinated in Ramsey County
The offer comes as the Delta variant surges across the country.
Animal rescues seeking foster homes amid increase in pet surrenders
Twin Cities-based Minnesota Pocket Pet Rescue is among the organizations seeking foster homes for its animals.
'Please, please, please get vaccinated,' Minnetonka mayor pleads
This comes as the local state of emergency officially ends.
State officials link COVID outbreak to Anoka County funeral
A person in their 20s also died in Itasca County
MN saw decline in routine child vaccinations amid pandemic
The CDC study looked at Minnesota and nine other states.
International Falls Journal, 111-year-old paper, to shut down
It will officially cease publication on June 24.
Fourth of July fireworks cancelled again in downtown Minneapolis
It'll be the second year in a row without "Red, White and Boom!"
Nearly two dozen COVID cases traced to Daunte Wright protests
State health officials made the announcement Thursday.
Post declares the 'great Grape-Nut cereal shortage' over
Man ... it's been a weird 12 months.
Twin Cities Marathon back on track for 2021 - with safety measures
The Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon, which was cancelled last year, will limit registration to 4,000 runners
CVS and Goodrich added as federal vaccine providers in Minnesota
Some locations will begin providing doses this weekend.
Minneapolis lifts COVID restriction limiting bar service
The city kept the ban in place while statewide restrictions were loosened in January.
Minnesota GOP taps SD Gov. Kristi Noem as keynote speaker for annual dinner
The Minnesota Republicans have announced Noem will speak at its March 12 event.
To boost revenue, Twin Cities restaurant offers dining, wine, cheese memberships
The Lynhall has locations in Minneapolis and Edina.
A unique Taco Bell restaurant could be coming to the Twin Cities
A local franchisee wants to build an eatery that is more attuned to pandemic life.
After union push, Hennepin County gives employees child care leave during pandemic
Until the county's declared emergency ends, employees can now take 160 hours of two-thirds paid leave. The county also created opportunities for negative leave to be forgiven.
A year since launch, Target says its new activewear brand made $1B in sales
All in Motion launched last January.
Uninsured rate in Minnesota stayed flat through mid-2020
Figures from 2019 meanwhile show a rise in the number of people forgoing care.