Though Minnesota’s weekly count of new cases and its case positivity rate were both down.
Minnesota requires public officials to disclose source of income, property owned, significant holding in stocks and bonds and, yes, any horse racing interests.
Minnesota let many of its COVID-19 mitigation measures lapse over the summer. Is it time to bring them back?
While the tight labor market isn’t new, it has gotten worse since the onset of the pandemic. Minnesota’s labor force participation rate has dropped to a point it hasn’t seen since the late ’70s, when fewer women were in the workforce.
There was one moment of drama in an otherwise orderly meeting when a commissioner noted a newly elected council member was getting redistricted out of her ward.
Of course we’re writing about the Edmund Fitzgerald.
Minnesota also saw reported deaths and hospitalizations from the disease increase over the previous week.
The majority of voters in nearly every St. Paul ward voted in favor of the rent stabilization ballot question.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey was re-elected after one round of ranked-choice voting tabulation.
All the big races in St. Paul — the mayor’s race, a ballot measure on rent control and four school board races — were decided just before midnight.
A quick guide to what’s on the ballot, how ranked-choice voting works — and when to expect results.
It’s rare for candidates who lead in first-choice votes in ranked-choice elections to be defeated, but it can happen under certain circumstances.
Families with young kids have been waiting for months for news on when children under 12 would be eligible for vaccines. That time is coming soon.
In recent months, the cost of groceries, clothing, housing, gas and cars, among other goods, has been increasing, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Whoever wins council seats this November, they’ll only hold them for two years, when new elections will be held with newly drawn ward boundaries. The process of redrawing those boundaries is already underway.
People looking to cast doubt on the vaccines’ efficacy often cite a CDC study leaked by the New York Times saying viral loads were similar for vaccinated and unvaccinated people. But the study has serious limitations, and in any case doesn’t give the full picture on transmission.
After studies a decade ago revealed texts were effective at motivating voter behavior, the floodgates were opened.
Federal authorities recently authorized a third shot for some fully vaccinated groups. Here’s what you need to know about boosters.