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3M Fires Back At Trump Over Order
Manufacturing giant 3M pushed back Friday against criticism from President Donald Trump over production of face masks that are badly needed by American health care workers.
Walz to Update Minnesota on COVID-19 Fight Via Video Address
Gov. Tim Walz will deliver a video address Friday to update Minnesotans on the state's fight against COVID-19.
Trump Orders 3M to Meet FEMA’s Mask Needs
President Donald Trump has ordered Minnesota-based 3M to produce and sell as many medical-grade masks as the Federal Emergency Management Agency says it needs.
Minnesota Health Plans Agree to Cover More COVID-19 Costs
Many Minnesotans who need treatment for COVID-19 won't have to share the costs with their health plans.
Walz Names Ramsey County Judge Frisch to Court of Appeals
Gov. Tim Walz has appointed Ramsey County Assistant Chief Judge Jennifer Frisch to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Bad Weather, Trade Wars, Keep Lid on Minnesota Farm Income
A new report says Minnesota farmers struggled to make a profit in 2019 as bad weather and trade wars combined to keep a lid on incomes for yet another year.
Perham Man Accused of Fatally Shooting, Stabbing Roommate
A Perham man is accused of killing his roommate by stabbing him in the eyes and shooting him repeatedly.
Minnesota’s First Virus Cases Behind Bars Show Prison Risks
COVID-19 has reached Minnesota's prison system. The Department of Corrections this week reported the first confirmed cases within the state prison system.
State Orders Adult Day Care Centers to Close
The state has closed adult daycare centers across Minnesota to prevent the coronavirus from spreading among thousands of seniors and disabled people they serve.
White House Projects 100K to 240K US Deaths from Virus
The White House is projecting 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic if current social distancing guidelines are maintained.