Hospital beds are running low and Minnesota doctors and nurses say they won’t be able to handle much more.
Many Minnesotans plan to heed experts’ advice and gather with friends and family virtually this Thanksgiving.
A HealthPartners doctor is recovering from COVID-19 and pleading with people to stay home this week.
Governors and mayors are ratcheting up mask mandates and imposing restrictions on small indoor gatherings that have been blamed for accelerating the spread of the coronavirus.
More and more people are opting to buy smaller turkeys this year as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has the CDC and health experts discouraging travel and large family gatherings.
A local nonprofit is encouraging people to shop local and support small businesses along Lake Street in Minneapolis this holiday season, especially those that are still working to rebuild following this summer’s civil unrest.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday offered reprieve to a turkey as part of an annual Thanksgiving tradition.
The Grinch has become one of the most iconic pop culture characters connected with Christmas. It turns out, while the cartoon version might be enjoyable to children, seeing the Grinch in real life might not be as much fun.
Melania Trump has ushered in the holiday season at the White House.
Need some entertainment for your socially distanced Thanksgiving celebration? Tubi is streaming free holiday movies and shows to enjoy at home with your whole household.
Ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, Senator Amy Klobuchar is rallying support for nonprofits in the midst of a growing hunger crisis in the state.
The President of the Mayo Clinic Lab says a pre-Thanksgiving COVID-19 test will not ensure your family’s safety.
The Animal Humane Society shared tips on which Thanksgiving foods are safe for pets to eat and which are not so you and your pet can have a delicious and stress-free holiday.
The United States Department of Agriculture says you should not be washing your turkey, or any meats for that matter.
The Minnesota Department of Health is recommending limiting Thanksgiving gatherings to those within your household, making for smaller meals and bigger challenges for nonprofits to access those in need.
As the clock ticks closer to Thanksgiving, for some the holiday this year feels more like a burden than a blessing.
According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, Santa Claus is coming to town, and thankfully, has “innate immunity” to the novel coronavirus infection.
The U.S. Postal Service is preparing for more gifts to be mailed this year than usual as the COVID-19 pandemic forces many families to spend holidays apart.
COVID-19 testing delays are happening as the country braces for winter weather, flu season and holiday travel, all of which are expected to amplify a U.S. outbreak.
Dr. Nancy Tomes, a Stony Brook University history professor, said that during the influenza pandemic, people were encouraged to shop early for the Christmas holidays, as part of the effort to reduce density in stores and prevent the return of the Great Flu.