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COVID-19: Popular Spring Flood Run Scrubbed
Add another noteworthy Minnesota event to the list of cancellations caused by the coronavirus crisis.
Large Part of Minnesota Facing Wintry Mix Through Friday
A large part of Minnesota is facing a threat of freezing rain and light snow.
Gas Selling For Under A Buck In Red Wing
Gas for under a buck in Minnesota? No, it’s not an April Fool’s Day joke.
Olmsted County Encourages Residents to Complete Census Forms
Wednesday is April Fool’s Day - and it has also been designated Census Day.
Huge Drop in Passenger Traffic at Twin Cities Airport
The impact on the domestic airline industry as a result of the coronavirus crisis is very evident in a new report on activity at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Is Minnesota’s Current Flu Season Waning?
Some positive news concerning Minnesota’s current flu season.
Weekend Storms Produced Three Tornadoes in Iowa and Wisconsin
The National Weather Service has confirmed three tornadoes touched down and caused damage in northeast Iowa and southwest Wisconsin Saturday.
UPDATED: Names Released in Fatal Traffic Wreck Near Mantorville
There was a fatal traffic accident Sunday near Mantorville.
COVID-19: Gov. Walz Invites Minnesotans To Join His Book Club
Minnesotans continue to adjust to the “new normal” that was created by the coronavirus crisis.
COVID-19: Four More Deaths in Minnesota, Half of Total Cases Recovered
The Minnesota Department of Health Sunday reported four more COVID-19-related deaths in the state.