Despite an increased availability of online shopping, many people still brave the elements to head out to various retail outlets on Black Friday.
As seasonal gatherings among friends and family begin to rise, Twin Cities pediatricians say so are cases of RSV among Minnesotans.
The new release of free COVID-19 nasal swab tests comes ahead of the first winter since the pandemic started that insurers are no longer required to cover the cost of them.
The new University of Minnesota study looked COVID-19 deaths by occupation, finding which workers faced the greatest risk from the virus. The study also pointed out failures in Minnesota's rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.
A new study by University of Minnesota researchers says some workers in professions deemed critical during government shutdowns had a higher COVID-19 mortality rate.
More than three years since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Minnesota, a group of nurses from St. Cloud Hospital have released a book documenting their experience on the frontlines.
The University of Minnesota conducted a nationwide study on commuting patterns and access to jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A United Auto Workers (UAW) strike is now three weeks in, but for the first time it didn’t expand Friday because of progress in negotiations.
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A long-time employee at a Subway in Andover serves sandwiches with a side of kindness, and as a result her surrounding community has rallied to help her out. FOX 9’s Babs Santos has the details.
The IRS plans to start taxing concert ticket resellers who earn more than $600 in a year on sites such as StubHub.
The U.S. government is replenishing its stockpile with millions of new at-home COVID tests. Here’s how to order yours for free.
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.
The tax credit, called the Employee Retention Credit, was created to help small businesses keep paying their employees during the pandemic if they were suspended from operating.
Over the past decade, it seemed craft brewers were popping up left and right. But now, the market seems to be shrinking.
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.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci said that while he does not foresee a federal mask mandate in the future, recommendations are likely if COVID-19 cases rise this winter.
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.
Former White House chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci spoke out in defense of masking amid rising COVID cases, saying he is concerned people will not abide by recommendations.