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Minnesota Legislature OKs Protection for Front-Line Workers
Minnesota lawmakers have passed legislation to ensure first responders and health care workers who catch the coronavirus qualify for workers compensation, even if they can't prove they caught it at work.
Inmate Collapses, Dies At Moose Lake Prison
Minnesota corrections officials say an inmate has collapsed and died while showering at the Moose Lake prison.
Trump Orders 3M to Meet FEMA’s Mask Needs
President Donald Trump has ordered Minnesota-based 3M to produce and sell as many medical-grade masks as the Federal Emergency Management Agency says it needs.
Bad Weather, Trade Wars, Keep Lid on Minnesota Farm Income
A new report says Minnesota farmers struggled to make a profit in 2019 as bad weather and trade wars combined to keep a lid on incomes for yet another year.
Walz Names Ramsey County Judge Frisch to Court of Appeals
Gov. Tim Walz has appointed Ramsey County Assistant Chief Judge Jennifer Frisch to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
State Orders Adult Day Care Centers to Close
The state has closed adult daycare centers across Minnesota to prevent the coronavirus from spreading among thousands of seniors and disabled people they serve.
Woman Sentenced to 10 Years for Death of 6-Year-Old Boy
A Fergus Falls woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for the death of a 6-year-old boy who was left in her care.
Minnesota’s Distance Learning Experiment Sees Some Glitches
Minnesota students experienced some glitches as they began learning from home as the state tries to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Macy’s to Furlough Majority of its 130,000 Workers
Macy's is furloughing a majority of its 130,000 workers beginning this week as its sales have collapsed because of the pandemic.
Wounded Minnesota Officer To Continue Recovery Out of State
A wounded Minnesota police officer will soon continue his recovery out of state.
State Supreme Court Agrees to Hear PolyMet Permit Appeal
Court will hear appeal of a ruling that canceled three permits.
Klobuchar’s Husband Back Home After Virus Hospitalization
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar says her husband has been released from the hospital and is recovering from the coronavirus at home.
Attorney General Cracks Down On Price-Gouging
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said Tuesday his office has started cracking down on price-gouging during the coronavirus outbreak.
Counties Explore Converting Former Prison for COVID-19 Care
Three western Minnesota counties are exploring converting part of a former prison into a center to care for people who have the new coronavirus.