Gov. Tim Walz is expected to announce a strategy that eliminates unnecessary restrictions that contribute to job loss and economic pain.
The new safeguards include constant mask-wearing by staff; more aggressive segregation of infected residents and more rigorous screening of workers.
University of Minnesota officials expect a 20% reduction in the freshman class.
The state is currently encouraging licensed providers to apply online for grants from Child Care Aware of Minnesota, the nonprofit administering the $30 million approved by the Legislature as part of a larger aid package.
As the novel coronavirus spreads across the world, we've answered reader question about what they most want to know about the outbreak.
Wisconsin's primary went ahead as scheduled Tuesday after Gov. Tony Evers' last-minute delay bid failed.
Shipt said it was handing out $100 bonuses to shoppers who completed between 50 and 100 orders last month and $200 bonuses to shoppers who handled more than 100 orders.
Minnesotans have significantly decreased their movements throughout the state since Gov. Walz issued a shelter-in-place order in March -- and you can see it in the data.
More than 16,000 have applied for insurance since special period began late last month.
Concern was expressed that the county may have to dip into its general fund, made up of property tax dollars, to cover pandemic expenses.
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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz issued an order for Minnesotans to stay at home unless absolutely necessary.
Local government groups and some legislators raised cost concerns.
Edina's Maddie Dahlien and Lakeville North's Bayliss Flynn are finding creative ways to develop their skills in multiple sports, but crave the normalcy of a spring sports season.
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Throughout Minnesota on Monday night, high school stadiums and athletic fields were illuminated -- many of them for 20 minutes and 20 seconds -- in a show of support for spring athletes, seniors and communities where the pandemic has altered lives.
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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…
Athletic director Mark Coyle and several Gophers head coaches and senior athletics administrators already have agreed to voluntary pay cuts of an unknown percentage.
Here are the latest updates on sports cancellations and postponements, and when the games may begin again.
Each night at 7:00 p.m., North Loop residents celebrate health care workers and first responders dealing with the novel coronavirus by banging on pots and pans and clapping from their balconies. On Tuesday, they were joined by Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Minneapolis Fire Fighters.
If the 3M Open is played as scheduled in July, PGA Tour and tournament officials intend it will be held with spectators attending at the TPC Twin Cities course in Blaine.