A small town liquor store in southern Minnesota sold more than 13,000 cans of one specific brand of beer in just three days, as people responded to news of the spreading coronavirus in mid-March.
Thanks to a citizen's tip, officials were able to rescue a homeless person from a flooded camp in Ramsey County, Minnesota.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, FOX 9 is highlighting the moments that make us smile.
UPDATE: Rock the Garden has been cancelled this year due to COVID-19.
The Minnesota GOP Chair is alleging Democrats are using the COVID-19 pandemic "as an excuse for extreme communist control" after Minneapolis leaders decided to keep the beaches and pools closed this summer.
The personal protective gear shortage is something Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota has positioned itself to manage.
The Al Mahmood Foundation in Prior Lake, Minnesota is helping to fill a critical supply: 1,500 masks in seven days.
In the past 18 days, 320,000 Minnesotans have filed for unemployment, which equates to one-tenth of the state's total workforce.
Efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus have had a massive impact on the economy in Minnesota and across the globe.
Do you have a cute sing along, a funny distance learning moment or something else positive to share right now?
Nursing and assisted living homes are asking for homemade facemasks as workers brace for the COVID-19 surge.
Minnesota-based 3M responded Friday to the Trump Administration’s request the company stop selling its N95 respirators to other countries, saying that doing so would have “significant humanitarian implications.”
Twin Cities Pride celebrations in June, including the Pride Festival and Pride Parade, have been postponed over concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
One person was killed in a fire at an apartment building in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota late Thursday night.
A 19-year-old man has been charged with murder and attempted murder after he allegedly shot and killed the man he planned to fight over an ex-girlfriend in South St. Paul, according to the Dakota County Attorney's Office.
More help is coming as the coronavirus pandemic further complicates the lives of people left without a place to call home.
The Minnesota Department of Corrections confirms seven inmates in the state’s prison system have tested positive for COVID-19—all at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Moose Lake.
A St. Louis Park, Minnesota police officer won't face charges in the fatal shooting of a man during an incident at an apartment last year.
The COVID-19 pandemic closed public spaces and postponed or canceled many large gatherings and events in the Twin Cities this spring, but it is now starting to affect summer activities as well.
To help with the COVID-19 crisis, Minneapolis city leaders will be dedicating more than $5 million to help impacted families and businesses. $3 million in gap funding will go toward assistance with rental housing and $2.2 million will be used toward small businesses.