Plus: Wisconsin governor allows nearly all nonessential retail stores to reopen; three teenagers face charges for attack on woman at a Green Line station; Minneapolis Public Schools Board set to vote on controversial school plan; and more.
Plus: Minnesota sees air-pollution drop amid stay-at-home orders; authorities plan COVID-19 testing at Minneapolis homeless encampment; small businesses begin re-opening; and more.
Plus: Amazon workers fearful of returning to Eagan warehouse after six co-workers test positive for COVID-19; Minnesota continues to fall short of testing goals; Minneapolis company under investigation over concerns about antibody tests; and more.
Plus: Minnesota House approves legislation raising age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21; Delta suspends travel to 10 U.S. cities; TSA whistleblower says agency hoarded 1.4 million N95 masks; and more.
Plus: Guthrie slashes budget; another meteorologist leaves KARE TV; snow possible on Mother’s Day; and more.
Plus: St. Paul school board chair critically ill with COVID-19; Minnesota gets bad grade for social distancing; Ventura officially drops presidential bid consideration; and more.
Plus: conditions at central Minnesota meatpacking plant amid COVID-19 outbreak spur calls for investigation; 3M plans to triple production of N95 masks after winning contracts; Great River Energy to close its Coal Creek Station power plant; and more.
Plus: thousands in line for elective procedures slated to resume next week; St. Paul City Council approves bike lane expansion; and more.
Plus: Sven Sundgaard responds to firing; Minnesota nursing home with coronavirus outbreak previously cited for violations; Minneapolis Park Board to keep parkways closed to vehicles; and more.
Plus: A new legal challenge for Twin Metals; a rash of duckling rescues; First Avenue looks for help during quarantine; Minnesota Senate to pass child marriage ban; and more.
Plus: Minnesota state senator links campground closures to homeless encampments; Wisconsin Supreme Court takes on state’s stay-at-home order; Klobuchar backs Biden in face of misconduct allegation; and more.
Plus: environmental funding in limbo over legislative dispute; curbside maternity care a thing now; and more.
Plus: officials say Minnesota restaurant, resort and lodging industries facing a flood of business failures; Voyageurs National Park, BWCA open for day use; state Senate votes to expand broadband; and more.
Plus: Mall of America starts curbside pickup for some stores; Pence says he should’ve worn mask during Mayo visit; Land O’ Lakes relatively mum on logo change; and more.
Plus: Worthington pork plant to reopen; small Minnesota retailers reopen for curbside service; General Mills sees skyrocketing demand for products; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Republicans endorse congressional candidates Kistner and Fischbach; Klobuchar kicks off effort to help other Democratic candidates; Muddy Waters bar and cafe closing permanently; and more.
Plus: Minnesota’s long term care facilities struggle with staffing; KARE 11 parts ways meteorologist Sven Sundgaard; another mine lays off workers in northern Minnesota; and more.
Plus: Twin Cities homebuilding industry has strong month; Midwest manufacturing employment drops; interview with Rep. Ilhan Omar; and more.
Plus: major airlines to require all passengers to wear masks on flights; high-profile Minneapolis restaurant Bachelor Farmer announces closure; Basilica Block Party canceled; and more.
Plus: Minnesota AG settles with egg company over price gouging; Republicans endorse candidate for Fifth District U.S. House seat; commerce commissioner asks home, auto insurers to provide consumer relief; and more.