Voters Sue Walz to Block Face Masks at Minnesota Polls
A group of voters sued Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz and other officials on Tuesday to try to block a requirement that voters wear face masks at polling place to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Lawsuit Challenges Olmsted County Absentee Ballot Review Process
Olmsted County is among the local governmental entities facing legal action over the use of county employees as members of the absentee ballot review board for the upcoming elections.
Minnesota High School Football Delayed Until Spring
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a dramatic shift for what has long been a fall tradition.
COVID-19: Minnesota ICU Cases Highest In Six Weeks
While Minnesota’s daily COVID-19 death total has been in the single digits for more than a month, there has been another troubling trend.
Minnesota's Recent Spike in Deadly Traffic Wrecks Continues
A recent spike in traffic fatalities in Minnesota continues.
Annual Sturgis Rally Expecting 250K, Stirring Virus Concerns
South Dakota, which has seen an uptick in coronavirus infections in recent weeks, is bracing to host hundreds of thousands of bikers for the 80th edition of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Minnesota Firm Collects Most Of The Funds From Hog Kill Program
A Minnesota pork company has received the vast majority of payments from an Iowa program designed to support farmers who euthanized their hogs after the coronavirus devastated their industry.
Minnesota Attorney General Going After Rodeo Promoter
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has filed a complaint against an Itasca County company that organized and promoted a three-day rodeo that allegedly drew large crowds after the state imposed a spectator limit for the event.