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Virus Surge, Staff Shortages Hit Minnesota Nursing Homes
A surge in COVID-19 cases has led to critical staffing shortages at some Minnesota nursing homes and assisted living facilities, forcing the state to send the National Guard to help out.
2 Senators Leave DFL, Start More Moderate Caucus
Two veteran state senators from the Iron Range have broken with other Democrats to form their own independent caucus in a closely divided legislative chamber.
Walz to Announce COVID-19 Restrictions on Youth Sports
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz plans to announce a new round of COVID-19 restrictions on Wednesday — including guidance for fall and winter youth sports — in an effort to slow the virus' spread in the community.
Vikings-Bears Game Stirs College Memories for Cousins & Foles
The former college teammates will be on opposite sides when Cousins and the resurgent Minnesota Vikings visit Foles and the Bears.
Police: Fatal Shooting Involved Man With Mental Health Issue
Police say they have had several mental health interactions with the man who killed his neighbor and critically wounded a man before taking his own life at his condominium in Apple Valley.
Two Dead, Another Injured in Apple Valley Shooting
A shooting in a Twin Cities suburb has left two people dead and a third injured.
Collin Peterson Loses Bid for a 16th Term to Michelle Fischbach
The chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, veteran Democratic congressman Collin Peterson of Minnesota, has lost his bid for a 16th term.
Tina Smith Beats Jason Lewis for US Senate
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tina Smith of Minnesota has won reelection, defeating Republican former U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis. Smith was in the rare position of having to defend her seat for the second time in two years.
AP: Democrat Joe Biden Wins Minnesota
Democrat Joe Biden has carried Minnesota, turning back a strong push by President Donald Trump and holding on to a state narrowly won by Democrat Hillary Clinton four years ago.
Trial to Begin for Man Accused in Minnesota Mosque Bombing
Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday in the trial of the leader of an Illinois anti-government group who's accused of being the mastermind behind the 2017 bombing of a Minnesota mosque.