With so many of us working from home, there is a real danger of developing back pain. Dr. Brent Leininger from the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota joined us with ways to prevent issues before they start.
The U of M will no longer use MPD for extra support at events like concerts, football games, and large gatherings. The move comes after the student body president, Jael Kerandi, called for the school to sever all ties with MPD. Jael joined the Buzz to chat about her experiences with the police department and what additional changes she hopes to see in the future.
The University of Minnesota is limiting its relationships with the Minneapolis Police Department after the death of George Floyd in MPD custody Monday night.
A report published on May 20 by the University of Minnesota’s Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) is calling for greater coordination by state and federal agencies in developing a more accessible and functional coronavirus testing infrastructure across the U.S.
Minnesota 4-H is working to find an "alternate experience" for thousands of youth who will not be able to exhibit their animals and projects at the Minnesota State Fair this year.
The Minnesota Gophers pitcher is projected as a high first round pick in the upcoming 2020 MLB Draft on June 10.
University of Minnesota researchers expect an estimated loss of $660 million in economic activity in Minnesota’s pork industry, according to a new study published Thursday.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman promised Wednesday that his office will do everything it can to make sure Jory Wiebrand, a man charged with multiple sexual assaults in Minneapolis, never terrorizes the community again.
The University of Minnesota celebrated its class of 2020 with a one-of-a-kind graduation ceremony Saturday.
The University of Minnesota will host a systemwide virtual commencement to celebrate graduates on May 16. This year’s celebration features recorded remarks by Board of Regents Chair Ken Powell and President Joan Gabel, and includes a personalized slide for each graduate.
Dozens of vaccine trials are underway around the world, including at the University of Minnesota, but the U is headed a different direction than most. Dr. Ryan Langlois joined the Morning Buzz to chat about what makes their research unique and how fast a vaccine could be developed.
The University of Minnesota announced Tuesday it has received a $35 million donation from the Minnesota Masonic Charities to establish a first-of-its-kind institute devoted to brain development during early childhood and adolescence.
It's unclear what college football will look like in 2020, but when the Minnesota Gophers take the field in 2021 they could be doing so with a ton of talent.
University leaders presented a dismal outlook for the 2020-21 budget on Thursday.
Minnesota state leaders will be announcing guidelines Friday morning for graduation ceremonies amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a press release.
A team of researchers at the University of Minnesota has created a new design for a patient isolation unit. The ventilator box helps to protect healthcare workers while treating patients with respiratory issues. One of the physicians behind the innovation, Dr. Kumar Belani, joined the FOX 9 Morning News to chat about how the unit works.
The University of Minnesota's Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy is outlining its recommendations for the next steps in the COVID-19 pandemic response by looking at three possible scenarios for how the virus will impact the public.
One of the brightest minds at the U of M recently got to show off on the world stage. Sophomore Nibir Sarma took home the top prize on the Jeopardy! College Championship. We picked his brain about how he prepared for the show, and what he has planned for the $100,000 in prize money.
With meat processing plants closing due to COVID-19 outbreaks, there are concerns on how this will impact the supply chain to grocery stores.
Both the University of Minnesota and Minnesota State Universities are bracing lawmakers for extreme losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.