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Worries Over Racism, Waterways Inspire Push to Rename Fish
What's in a name? When it comes to Asian carp, quite a lot.
Canada to Let Vaccinated U.S. Citizens Into Canada on August 9th
Canada will begin letting fully vaccinated U.S. citizens into Canada on Aug. 9, and those from the rest of the world on Sept. 7.
Nursing Home Fined Following Coronavirus Death of Employee
A suburban Minneapolis nursing home has paid the state's largest fine for a coronavirus-related safety violation after an employee contracted COVID-19 and died.
Minnesota Extends COVID-19 State of Emergency for 13th Time
Minnesota officials extended the peacetime emergency for another 30 days in order to boost the state's response to more infectious variants of the COVID-19 virus.
Mississippi River Towboat Marks Start of Navigation Season
The first Mississippi River towboat has marked the unofficial start of the 2021 navigation season.
Study Shows Minnesota Deer Were Exposed to Insecticides
The Department of Natural Resources says a preliminary study shows that deer throughout Minnesota have been exposed to a certain class of insecticides.
One Man Dead, 2 Others Wounded, 1 Arrested in Bloomington
Police say one man has been found dead and two others were discovered wounded at a large apartment complex in Bloomington.
As Vikings Prepare for Panthers, Cook Reflects on Teddy Time
This weekend Teddy Bridgewater will return to Minnesota with the Carolina Panthers.
High Schools to See Large Activities Fee Increases
The Minnesota State High School League is sending letters to school leaders outlining fee increases as much as 300% in order to make up for losses caused by the coronavirus.
Summer X Games in Minneapolis Canceled Due to Pandemic
A Summer X Games stop in Minneapolis scheduled for July has been canceled due to the coronavirus.