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Signs of COVID-19 plateauing in Minn. for now

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Friday a new executive order that eases restrictions on restaurants, gyms, and other areas of the economy starting J
Gov. Tim Walz has loosened restrictions designed to slow the spread of COVID-19, allowing for limited indoor dining, indoor entertainment, fitness club usage and outdoor entertainment of up to 250 people, starting Wednesday.
U President Joan Gabel's recommendations come after weeks of deliberations with university leaders and public health experts.
Local

U president to recommend in-person classes resume this fall

Protesters marched toward downtown St. Paul from the State Capitol on Friday night. More than 1,000 had gathered at Attorney General Keith Ellison's o
Aaron Lavinsky, Star Tribune
Protesters marched toward downtown St. Paul from the State Capitol on Friday night. More than 1,000 had gathered at Attorney General Keith Ellison's office.

Hundreds take Floyd protests to AG's office, U.S. Bank Stadium

For many, Friday's protests in St. Paul and Minneapolis were just one of many that they've attended this week in response to the killing of George Floyd.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
NFL

Goodell says NFL was wrong for not listening to players

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Jeff Pegues has encountered some tense moments while reporting from Minneapolis for CBS.

What you didn't see after CNN's historic interview with Minneapolis police chief

National correspondents from CBS and CNN reflect on once-in-a-lifetime assignments.
Hormel headquarters in Austin, Minn.
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More than 200 at Quality Pork, Hormel in Austin test positive for COVID-19

Opinion

Attack on news media is an attack on democracy

In Minneapolis and across the country, many journalists have been brazenly targeted by some in law enforcement.