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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.
Budweiser, Coke and Pepsi Join Brands in Sitting Out Super Bowl
For the first time since 1983, Budweiser isn’t advertising during the Super Bowl.
Minnesota Lawmakers Launch Push to Legalize Marijuana
Fifteen other states plus the District of Columbia have legalized recreational marijuana for adults to varying degrees.
As Vikings Prepare for Panthers, Cook Reflects on Teddy Time
This weekend Teddy Bridgewater will return to Minnesota with the Carolina Panthers.
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.
Vikings Fall in Seattle Again After Late 4th-and-Inches Stop
The Minnesota Vikings overcame an ugly third quarter in Seattle and were inches from putting the game away with 2 minutes to go.
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.
Woman Killed While Trying to Help Driver Was a Doctor
Authorities say it was a doctor who was struck and killed by a vehicle she had been riding in after she got out to provide medical help to the driver in Princeton.
Gopher’s P.J. Fleck Among Staff At U to be Furloughed
Minnesota football coach P.J. Fleck is taking an unpaid week, along with about 200 other leaders in the university system in response to the budget crunch caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Walz Expected to Keep Minnesota Schools Closed
Gov. Tim Walz is expected to announce that he's ordering Minnesota schools to stay closed through the rest of the year amid the COVID-19 crisis.