COVID-19 cases rising again

Although COVID-19 cases are on the rise again, there have been less serious illnesses reported. FOX 9’s Rob Olson explains the latest word from medical professionals.

As businesses downsize office spaces, cities work adjust to redevelopment

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a significant shift in the workplace, leading many companies to adopt hybrid work models. As a result, large office buildings, once bustling centers of activity, are being left vacant. This has left cities to consider how these spaces could be repurposed.

Why did gas prices jump overnight in MN?

The price of gas has jumped by 40 cents overnight at some stations in the Twin Cities metro. GasBuddy indicates a refinery outage may be to blame, and prices could climb even higher for states in the Midwest.

Minneapolis hosts ‘Black Business Week’

On Monday Minneapolis was the site of the third annual Black Business Week, kicking off a week full of events and activities showcasing Black-owned businesses that call Minneapolis home.

Hoping to hit the lottery jackpots in MN

Minnesotans are hoping to win the $1 billion Powerball drawing Wednesday night, the third largest in the game's history. If you didn't win the Powerball, there's still a chance to win the Mega Millions drawing on Friday, which currently has a $720 million jackpot.

Slower job growth in new report

A new jobs report shows the economy is cooling. However, some experts think it's a sign the Federal Reserve's moves to fight inflation are working.

Mounds View development causes protest

Neighbors in the northeast metro are continuing their fight to block a wetland area from becoming a residential development. FOX 9’s Courtney Godfrey explains the fight in Mounds View that attracted more than a dozen residents on Monday.

Impacts of the DFL tax bill

The final version of several DFL bills, including the tax bill, has yet to be finalized and still has to go back to the House and Senate for a vote before it can reach Gov. Tim Walz's desk.