Walz extends stay-at-home order to May 4

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz provided an update on the state’s next steps to respond to COVID-19 at a news conference Wednesday. He was joined by Health
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Schools, bars and restaurants in Minnesota will remain closed to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus now has caused 1,154 lab-confirmed illnesses and 39 deaths.

North Dakotans returning from Minnesota must self-quarantine for 2 weeks

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The order applies to Minnesota even though the state has been under a stay-at-home order and North Dakota has not.

St. Paul closes playgrounds, sports courts, skate parks

Dr. John Goeppinger, 71, retired since 2013, consulted with nurse Verna Fricke at C.A.R.E. Clinic in Red Wing, Minn.

Minnesota medical retirees get back to work during pandemic

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

Despite a decrease in traffic of up to 50 percent, the number of fatal crashes since March 16 is sharply up.
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Despite a decrease in traffic of up to 50 percent, the number of fatal crashes since March 16 is sharply up.

Fatal crashes surge despite sharp drop in traffic across Minnesota

State officials say they have seen a troubling surge in traffic fatalities even though Gov. Tim Walz's stay-at-home order last sharply reduced travel by motorists across Minnesota.
Farmington’s Zac Janz, a junior running back, had all his spring travel plans nixed by the pandemic.

No-look recruiting: Canceled football camps leave prospects no place to go

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Scoggins: Gophers' athletic budget concerns signal restructuring of college sports

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Bacon is routinely on sale in Minnesota grocery stores these days as the coronavirus-related shutdown of restaurants is creating an oversupply in the

With restaurants closed, a bacon backup is building in Minn. and hog prices are plunging

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For Minnesota's Jews, COVID-19 reshapes Passover celebrations

Jewish leaders predict there will be more seders this year than any in memory, because so many people are under the stay-at-home rule.
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