Multiple Minneapolis restaurants have banded together to sue the City of Minneapolis and Mayor Jacob Frey, alleging the recent vaccine requirement mandate overreached authority.
An upcoming Timberwolves game will be the first of 22 events at Target Center where patrons and staff will be required to comply with new vaccine mandates in Minneapolis and St Paul.
Serving up drinks with a vaccination inquiry on the side, Centro and Vivir manager Jeremy Bue isn’t overthinking the new proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test question he now has to ask all his customers.
While some school districts have returned to distance learning in the middle of the omicron surge, classes at St. Paul Public Schools remain in person.
A wastewater surveillance program in the Twin Cities, that tracks COVID-19 through our sewage, may show the metro has passed the omicron peak.
A Buffalo, Minnesota man suffering from a devastating case of COVID-19 is in Texas where his family is hoping and praying doctors there can save his life.
A group of Minnesota performing arts organizations is implementing some of the strictest COVID-19 measures we've seen.
As the omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to surge in Minnesota, vaccine mandates in Minneapolis and St. Paul begin Wednesday, Jan. 19. But what does that mean? Here's a breakdown of what you need to know about the vaccine mandate and its impacts:
Minneapolis and St. Paul will start requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test at places were people eat and drink including restaurants, bars and entertainment venues.
The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that blocks the Biden administration from enforcing vaccine-or-test mandates against employees at large companies will have wide-ranging effects in Minnesota.
Nachito Herrera, an internationally known jazz musician and White Bear Lake resident, is returning to his native country for the first time since recovering from a nearly deadly case of COVID-19.
The fate of a warehouse once purchased by the state for possible COVID-related morgue storage has been determined.
Duluth Mayor Emily Larson announced she is imposing a 30-day indoor mask mandate effective at 5 p.m. Friday.
Jury trials are suspended through Feb. 1 in Minnesota’s First Judicial District due to rising COVID-19 cases.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz is earmarking $40 million in federal COVID-19 relief to bring in hundreds of emergency hospital workers as the omicron variant causes a surge in infections across the state.
Several school districts around the Twin Cities metro have had to temporarily suspend in-person learning in recent weeks as COVID-19 continues to keep students and staff out of the classroom.
The list of schools switching again to distance learning is growing, and schools recognize the adjustment can be tough on parents, as well as, students.
Minnesota will give a $200 Visa gift card to families whose 5-11 year olds get a first and second COVID-19 vaccine dose in January or February, Gov. Tim Walz announced Tuesday.
Parents in the Twin Cities metro are still adjusting to COVID-19 disrupting their children's education, worries about the quality of their learning as well as their safety in the classroom amid the ongoing pandemic.
The extreme wind chill forecast for Monday morning became the perfect storm, when combined with the COVID-fueled bus driver shortage. Minneapolis Public Schools announcing online learning for Monday only brought a mixed reaction from the president of the Minneapolis teachers union.