More Minnesotans have now been fully vaccinated against coronavirus than have tested positive in the state.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits edged higher last week to 745,000, a sign that many employers continue to cut jobs despite a drop in confirmed viral infections and evidence that the overall economy is improving.
Minnesota saw another turning point in the fight to end the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday as the first doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine arrived in the state.
Gov. Tim Walz says Minnesota will "significantly beat" his original timeline for vaccinating seniors as the first Johnson & Johnson doses arrived in the state.
One in six Minnesotans has at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, state health officials reported Wednesday.
Sixty-two people came into the Hy-Vee on Riverfront Drive in Mankato, Minnesota to receive their Pfizer vaccine, but the doses were mixed with water instead of the saline mix they came with.
In the age of social distancing, a pair of grandparents are using social media to break up the boredom of quarantine.
Minnesota health officials say you can choose not to take a particular COVID-19 vaccine that’s offered to you, but it means you’ll have to get back in line and wait for a different one.
Minnesota health officials reported Tuesday that 908,590 Minnesotans have at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 472,789 are fully vaccinated.
Minnesota lawmakers say they're approaching a deal on nearly $500 million in tax breaks for struggling workers and businesses, adding that a final agreement will likely include funding for expanded summer school.
Top state officials led a virtual roundtable discussion Tuesday regarding the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on women in the workforce, addressing job loss, unequal pay, childcare challenges and more.
A majority of infectious-disease researchers surveyed said they expect SARS-CoV-2 to become endemic, meaning it could continue to circulate for years like the flu or common cold.
Nearly 100 Naval Academy midshipmen are recovering from COVID-19 at a hotel in downtown Annapolis after a surge in cases on campus.
Dr. Michael Ryan, director of WHO’s emergencies program, said the recent arrival of effective vaccines could at least help dramatically reduce hospitalizations and death.
Disability advocates are calling on state health officials to clarify vaccination guidance for live-in caregivers, who are often parents caring for children with disabilities.
Industry experts say low interest rates and low housing inventory is creating a Twin Cities housing market where a lot of eager buyers are competing with one another for few properties.
With the U.S. vaccination drive picking up speed and a third formula on the way, states eager to reopen for business are easing coronavirus restrictions despite warnings from health experts that the outbreak is far from over and that moving too quickly could prolong the misery.
Valleyfair plans to hire 1,000 new staff members for the 2021 season, the amusement park announced Monday.
Minnesota lawmakers are considering whether to use a budget surplus to wipe away surprise tax bills facing some workers and business owners this spring.
The FDA gave approval for the QuickVue At-Home COVID-19 Test, allowing certain consumers to rapidly test themselves for the coronavirus.