Uncertainty about when COVID-19 vaccine shots will be available has given rise to a booming new form of travel, known as "vaccine tourism." More than 15,000 Minnesotans have left the state to get vaccines elsewhere.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Friday that a trial judge was wrong to refuse reinstating third-degree murder against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. The case goes back to District Judge Peter Cahill.
The Senate worked through the night and past sunrise Saturday on Democrats' showpiece $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill after a deal between leaders and moderate Sen. Joe Manchin on emergency jobless benefits broke a logjam that had stalled the package.
The pride of the Iron Range was found mentally ill by a court after he was charged with beating a neighbor.
COVID-19 vaccinations for Minnesota's Black, Hispanic and Asian populations lag behind shots given to the state's white population. The information comes from 10 large health care systems.
The 19-year-old faces one felony count of first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
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"This is tough for all of us," said Buzz Schneider, an Olympic linemate of Mark Pavelich, the former hockey star who was found dead Thursday at a mental health treatment center.
Nearly 30 teams across the NHL and NBA are allowing a small number of fans into arenas. Why not in Minnesota?
The Wolves right now are a bad team playing as badly as ever. But assuming that their losing ways are predestined ignores the realities of modern sports.