This Week's Top Stories

Steve Hesky | Nov 29, 2020 AT 8:15 am

Here are some of this week's top stories from the KBRFRadio.com Newsroom

Walz Continues Push For COVID Relief For Bars, Restaurants & Businesses

Chuck Aamot | Nov 28, 2020 AT 7:13 am

‚ÄčThis is the second weekend that bars and restaurants in Minnesota are shut down under Governor Tim Walz's COVID emergency order.

Extra Officers Out For Holidays

Chuck Aamot | Nov 28, 2020 AT 5:23 am

There will be extra law enforcement on the roads looking for impaired drivers through the rest of this Thanksgiving weekend.

State Hits Record COVID Death Total

Chuck Aamot | Nov 28, 2020 AT 5:15 am

Minnesota set a record Friday with 101 deaths from COVID-19.

Traveling Health Care Workers Do “Hard But Necessary” Job

Nov 27, 2020 AT 6:59 am

First, the coronavirus pandemic created a massive demand for personal protective equipment. Soon after, health care workers needed help.

Study Underway Of Small And Medium-Sized Farms

Nov 27, 2020 AT 6:58 am

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is partnering with the University of Minnesota to study the market for goods produced by small and medium-sized farmers in the state.

Minnesota Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested In North Dakota

Nov 27, 2020 AT 6:56 am

Authorities in North Dakota used cell phone-tracking information to find a man wanted by the F-B-I for an armed robbery in Minnesota.

2 Minneapolis Statues Covered With Graffiti On Holiday

Nov 27, 2020 AT 6:09 am

Two statues in Minneapolis were covered in graffiti during the Thanksgiving holiday. Police are analyzing evidence so they can track down the vandals.

Minnesota Football Game At Wisconsin Called Off Due To COVID-19

Nov 25, 2020 AT 11:43 am

The battle For Paul Bunyan's axe will not be played this weekend due to COVID-19 cases at the University of Minnesota.

State Health Officials Discuss Updated COVID Testing Guidelines

Nov 25, 2020 AT 11:40 am

The Minnesota Department of Health is out with updated guidelines on when someone should get a COVID-19 test.