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Older People in Rural Counties More Likely to Get Vaccinated
In Minnesota, those 65 years and older are eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine, but whether they are inoculated has a lot to do with they live.
Lakeville School District Settles With Brain-Injured Girl
The Lakeville Area Schools district has reached a settlement with the family of a student who suffered a brain injury following an asthma attack at her middle school.
Biden to Boost Pandemic Lending to Smallest Businesses
President Joe Biden is targeting federal pandemic assistance to the nation's smallest businesses and taking steps to further equity in what is known as the Paycheck Protection Program.
Twins Lay Plans to Host Fans at Target Field Despite Virus
While the Minnesota Twins are working out in Florida, the club back in Minneapolis is laying plans to bring twins back to Target Field this season.
New Legislation Would Protect Drivers Who Hit Protestors
When massive demonstrations against racial injustice erupted across the nation last summer, protesters often swarmed onto roads or highways to draw attention to their cause.
Seven Men Charged in Northern Minnesota Sex Trafficking Ring
State officials say seven men have been arrested and charged in a northern Minnesota human trafficking ring.
Investment Advisor Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Clients
A Twin Cities area investment advisor has pleaded guilty to defrauding his clients out of more than $2 million.
Update: Walz Approves Middle, High School Reopenings Starting Monday
Citing progress on the vaccination front, Gov. Tim Walz has announced plans to let more middle and high school students return the classroom for in-person learning as early as Monday.
Leaders of Iowa Town Jailed in Long-Running Corruption Case
Years of corruption and mismanagement allegedly preceded the arrests of a northwest Iowa town's mayor, police chief and three current and former clerks who are charged with theft and fraud.
Business Owners Ruined by Protests Plead for Rebuilding Bill
Several store owners in Minneapolis and St. Paul told members of the House Capital Investment Committee Tuesday about the need for a proposed $300 million borrowing package.