Minnesota News

Minnesotans hunker down at cabins to escape coronavirus

Mar 29, 2020

Despite concerns of year-round residents, some cabin owners head north to wait out the crisis

Arbitrator upholds firing of St. Paul officer who stood by during 2018 assault outside Checkerbar

Mar 30, 2020

Nate Smith was among five officers dismissed last summer.

Burglars break into Anoka County gun shop, flee with firearms

Mar 30, 2020

"We hope and pray that they are recovered before they can be used in any crimes," a Facebook post read.

Warsame resigns from Minneapolis council, will take helm of housing authority

Mar 30, 2020

The City Council approved his selection Friday.

Minneapolis woman who died after Saturday night wreck was mother of 2 children

Mar 30, 2020

Her 12-year-old son was "taking it like a champ," the boy's father said Monday.

Minneapolis police, merchants wary of rise in business burglaries after lockdown order

Mar 30, 2020

Crime concerns come with closure of nonessential businesses.

Minnesota COVID-19 cases rise to 576 with one additional death

Mar 30, 2020

The confirmed COVID-19 Minnesota case count increased to 576, with 73 new infections reported Monday and one additional death. Eight more patients required intensive care, bringing the total statewide to 24.

Artists are still making art. The Interact Center will make sure of that, with your help

Mar 29, 2020

The coronavirus might shut down almost everything else, but the art goes on at Interact, a visual and performing arts center for people with disabilities.

Weather Service: EF-1 tornado struck southwest Wisconsin

Mar 29, 2020

The National Weather Service in La Crosse confirms that an EF-1 tornado struck southwestern Wisconsin over the weekend, damaging barns and outbuidings but causing no injuries.