Minn. officials upset with lack of COVID-19 test supplies

Retired registered nurse Cindy Larson took a patient's temperature when they came to the CARE Clinic for a problem unrelated to COVID-19 in Red Wing o

Officials continue to emphasize that the confirmed case count, which included five new deaths in the state, is not telling the whole picture.

U president says she will propose new 'fee refund' for students

University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel

Regents will meet after students said they were shortchanged.

Deaths mount in New York; federal stockpile of gear running low

Emergency tents are assembled in the parking lot of the North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, N.Y., April 1, 2020.

New York rushed to bring in an army of medical volunteers Wednesday as the statewide death toll from the coronavirus doubled in 72 hours to more than 1,900 and the wail of ambulances in the otherwise eerily quiet streets of the city became the heartbreaking soundtrack of the crisis.

Minnesota addiction programs go online in race to prevent relapses

A copy of the original book "Alcoholics Anonymous", and a copy of the original manuscript that Fred Holmquist used for his research.

If addiction is a disease of isolation, counselors are finding news ways to reach out.

Schafer: Here's why Minn. doesn't have enough hospital beds

Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm, shown in a photo taken at a briefing last month, is helping prepare the state's hospitals for the surge of

Erick Fors, the deputy chief of investigations for the Minneapolis Police Department, in his downtown office.

Deputy Minneapolis police chief brings a detective's quiet tenacity to the job

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota names new CEO
Entangled eagles get a hand from Hennepin County sheriff's deputies
Brooks: A neighborhood rises above viruses, vandals and other plagues

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Target Field, the Twins and their fans are ready. But Thursday’s home opener will come and go without a game while the world continues to battle the

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Minnesotans will be heard from in NBA draft
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Gophers' softball ace Fiser makes it official: She's coming back

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Jose Pedro Sanchez,a seamstress at Blue Delta Jeans, sews together a face guard at the jeans manufacturing company's site in Shannon, Miss.

Minnesota, Midwest factory conditions plunge because of coronavirus

Schafer: Here's why Minn. doesn't have enough hospital beds
Biofuel maker Gevo idles its Luverne, Minn., plant, terminates 30 employees
Medtronic, other med-tech firms fear parts shortage if Trump invokes wartime production law

President Donald Trump spoke about the coronavirus on Tuesday as Vice President Mike Pence and Dr. Deborah Birx, White House coronavirus response coor

Oversight is needed on bailout bill

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Is the Holy Grail of rock posters from a Buddy Holly show in Mankato?

Is the Holy Grail of rock posters from a Buddy Holly show in Mankato?

Extroverts having a hard time with quarantine; introverts, not so much
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Brooks: A neighborhood rises above viruses, vandals and other plagues

This is a story about someone who wanted to help: Cedar Thomas is an artist, a college senior and one of millions of Minnesotans making the best of bad times.

Schafer: Here's why Minn. doesn't have enough hospital beds

One update from state officials this week on the COVID-19 epidemic included details on facilities to house more hospital beds. So far five usable sites…

Scoggins: Gophers' NFL draft prospects having to adjust on the fly

The coronavirus outbreak is turning the draft process into a throwback way of doing business. Coaches and scouts are having to trust their eyes and judge a player by how he performed in games.

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signed a bill Saturday morning allocating $330 million in COVID-19 aid passed by the state legislature on March 26. Governor W

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's State of the State to be streamed online Sunday

Federal judge signals he won't postpone Wisconsin election
How 'Never Bernie' voters threw in with Biden and changed the primary
Can you fix ventilators? A fuel cell engineer figures it out

This aerial image taken from video provided by KABC-TV shows a Pacific Harbor Line train that derailed Tuesday, March 31, 2020, at the Port of Los Ang

Feds: Man intentionally derailed LA train near hospital ship

Deaths mount in New York; federal stockpile of gear running low
FDA wants heartburn meds off the market due to contamination
Trump confronts a new reality and braces for a wave of disease and death

A research assistant holds coronavirus test samples in her hands at the Lower Saxony State Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (LAVES) in H

Mass testing, empty ICUs: Germany scores early against virus

UN climate summit postponed until 2021 because of COVID-19
British man runs marathon in backyard during lockdown
LGBT community raided in Uganda over social distancing

Brendan Peterson and Tyler Grondseth try their luck on a hot fishing hole on Lake Elora in Northern Minnesota. ] BRIAN PETERSON • brian.peterson

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Laura Mullen carried a stack of boxes with fresh produce towards one of the tables at the free farmer's market on Tuesday.

A free farmers market in Duluth

Grandma's Marathon canceled due to COVID-19
Grandma's Marathon cancellation hits hard at Minnesota running legend
Duluth's Essentia Health cuts 500 employees as revenue dries up

FILE - This Sept. 14, 2019 file photo shows Adam Schlesinger, winner of the awards for outstanding original music and lyrics for "Crazy Ex Girlfriend,

Adam Schlesinger from the band Fountains of Wayne dies from coronavirus

Lizzo is 100% that benefactor for some U.S. health care workers
J.K. Rowling starts Harry Potter At Home for housebound families
Dolly Parton donates $1 million to coronavirus research

Beef prices have fallen more than 20% in the past two months, reflecting a change in global demand as the coronavirus pandemic grew. File photo of Bla

Economic fallout from coronavirus is also hitting farmers

Moratorium on large dairies proposed at Minnesota Legislature
Huge Wisconsin operation shows promise of aquaponics in Midwest
Virus epidemic leads some countries to restrict food exports

Keidy and Gene Palusky of Edina will ship about 2,000 solar-powered XTorches to Haiti and the Dominican Republic this month.

Edina couple's solar-powered XTorch lights the way for low-income people around globe

Minnesota author on finding purpose in an age of uncertainty: 'It's an aim outside of yourself'
In a Farmington hospice, a friendship bloomed among two veterans
Florida inventor patents device that he hopes will save families from hot car deaths