MDH reports more then 300 Minnesotans have died due to COVID-19

Aaron Taylor | Apr 28, 2020 AT 11:45 am

Numbers released Tuesday by the Minnesota Department of Health indicate there have now been 4,181 presumed positive cases of the Coronavirus in the state, out of 63,829 tests conducted.

Live Q&A With Fergus Falls Police Department Chief of Public Safety Kile Bergren

Steve Hesky | Apr 28, 2020 AT 10:35 am

Greater Fergus Falls will be hosting a Facebook Live with Fergus Falls Police Department Chief of Public Safety Kile Bergren on May 4th.

Ex-Governor Ventura Thinking About Green Party Run For President

Dave Bishop | Apr 28, 2020 AT 8:42 am

Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura says he's "testing the waters" for a possible presidential bid.

​Essentia Health launches serology testing

Zeke Fuhrman | Apr 28, 2020 AT 7:28 am

Essentia Health has begun antibody, or serology, testing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

​Barnesville woman accused of killing foster child she planned to adopt

Zeke Fuhrman | Apr 28, 2020 AT 7:22 am

More is learned in the case of a Barnsville woman accused of killing the young boy she and her husband were fostering and planned to adopt later this year.

West Central Initiative Gives Child Care Providers Hand Sanitizer and Bleach

Steve Hesky | Apr 27, 2020 AT 8:07 pm

Lots of people all over the country are in need of supplies. That includes childhood providers in the area. On Monday afternoon, West Central Initiative helped these essential workers by providing them with hand sanitizer and bleach.

Local Restaurants and Breweries Update 4.27.20

Steve Hesky | Apr 27, 2020 AT 4:26 pm

There are still many opportunities for people to enjoy delicious food from local restaurants and support local businesses during this time of social distancing and staying at home.

Republicans in MN Legislature want say in how federal COVID money is spent

Dave Bishop | Apr 27, 2020 AT 3:08 pm

​The Minnesota Legislature -- not just the governor -- would have a say in how 1.9 billion dollars in COVID aid from the federal government is spent, under a bill the Republican-controlled Senate passed today (Mon).

Bill expanding broadband in Greater MN amid COVID moving forward at State Capitol

Dave Bishop | Apr 27, 2020 AT 3:03 pm

​A bill that would establish a Distance Learning Broadband Access Grant Program is moving forward at the State Capitol.

Governor Walz/MDH 2p Presser 4.27.20

Steve Hesky | Apr 27, 2020 AT 2:01 pm

Governor Walz/MDH 2p Presser 4.27.20