Minnesota is the second-largest hog producing state in the nation, and a lot of that meat is sold in California, where voters recently changed the rules on what kind of pork can be sold in the state.
While data do show greater risk of transmission for the delta variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, vaccines remain an effective protection against the disease.
Is it safe to be outside? What about for kids? Dogs? Some questions about poor air quality, answered.
There is growing evidence that some groups of fully vaccinated people might benefit from another dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
With a shortage of workers across many industries, some fair vendors are behind pace on hiring for the fair, which is just under a month away.
Officials said the delta variant of the COVID-19 virus, believed to be both more transmissible and more severe, now makes up about 75 percent of COVID-19 cases in the state.
Across Minnesota, even at the county level, patterns of migration are evident in residents’ religions. Plus, a quiz!
A combination of high consumer demand and a crunch on suppliers has made bikes and their parts difficult to come by.
As more things open up, people have other options for recreation — but there’s some evidence new outdoors habits have stuck.
For consumers in the Twin Cities, some of the biggest year-over-year increases in the Consumer Price Index are in the price of fuel for vehicles, of used cars and trucks, and of gas for heating and cooking at home.
According to the most recent data available, 54.9 percent of the population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 51.9 percent of the population has completed the vaccine series.
According to the most recent data, 54.9 percent of the population had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 51.8 percent of the population have completed a vaccine series.
More than any other group, Latinos in Minnesota remained in the workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic. But many found themselves on divergent paths.
Minnesota’s mask mandate ended more than a month ago, but that doesn’t mean everyone has dropped their masks.
With five deaths announced Saturday and nine on Sunday, the death toll for the pandemic now stands at 7,549 in Minnesota.