Minnesota and other northern states are reporting more growth in cases over the past two weeks than hard-hit Southern and Western states.
The lawsuit, backed by GOP legislators, is the 11th legal challenge to Gov. Tim Walz's COVID-19 restrictions.
Superintendent wants to move to hybrid instruction, but district isn't ready this fall.
The Minnesota State High School League also cleared soccer and individual-based sports — cross country, girls' tennis and girls' swimming — to start as scheduled Aug 17 with limitations.
As the novel coronavirus spreads across the world, we've answered reader question about what they most want to know about the outbreak.
Officials urged a more cautious plan following uptick in local COVID-19 cases.
The state's stalled bonding bill is another complication as county leaders are seeking $40 million in state funding.
The rate of diagnostic tests finding infections with the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has increased in Minnesota above 5%, a key threshold to public health authorities.
Fall season will mainly focus on virtual events.
National survey finds activity has rebounded, but will likely struggle until next summer.
COVID-19 patients needing ICU admissions at highest number since late June.
U.S. health authorities hope by late next month to have some draft guidance on how to ration initial doses, but it's a vexing decision.
See how COVID-19 has spread in Minnesota and across the United States.
Gov. Tim Walz is loosening social distancing measures, but some restrictions remain.
State is one of four taking part in CDC pilot program.
Kenneth Bergstedt started the wrestling program at Roseville's Alexander Ramsey High School in 1953 — the school's first year — and taught at the school for 32 years.
Satanic Temple lawsuit against Belle Plaine will move forward, despite court dismissal of most of its claims
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Maybe there will be protests. But it's hard to argue that this is a radical policy leap when Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana and Ohio did it first.
Spare me the mask culture.
Farmers are hoping a trip to the market is one sweet summer treat Minnesotans can still savor.
Fourth of July gatherings, graduation parties, no-mask weddings, crowded bars — there are reasons the U.S. has racked up more than 155,000 coronavirus deaths, by far the most of any country, and is fast approaching an off-the-charts 5 million confirmed infections, easily the highest in the world.
Here are the latest updates on sports cancellations and postponements, and when the games may begin again.
Can you get the coronavirus from secondhand smoke? Secondhand smoke isn’t believed to directly spread the virus, experts say, but infected smokers may blow droplets…
Can the coronavirus spread through the air? Yes, it's possible. The World Health Organization recently acknowledged the possibility that COVID-19 might be spread in the…
The Star Tribune takes on your questions about the pandemic in Minnesota.