Funding For Minnesota Roads Evaporating While Fewer People Are Driving

Dave Bishop | Apr 27, 2020 AT 12:29 pm

The fact that fewer people are driving during the coronavirus pandemic means funding for Minnesota roads is being lost.

MDH reports 292 Minnesotans are hospitalized with COVID-19, 122 are in the ICU.

Aaron Taylor | Apr 27, 2020 AT 12:19 pm

​Numbers released Monday by the Minnesota Department of Health indicate there have now been 3,816 presumed positive cases of the Coronavirus in the state, out of 61,268 tests conducted.

SBA Resumes PPP Applications For Local Businesses

Steve Hesky | Apr 27, 2020 AT 11:11 am

Monday morning, the Small Business Administration resumed accepting Paycheck Protection Program applications from participating lenders.

​The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cripple the travel industry

Dave Bishop | Apr 27, 2020 AT 7:26 am

Air travel is down over 95 percent compared to the same time last year, with planes flying at just 10-percent full.

New Guidance for Meatpacking Plant from OSHA

Dave Bishop | Apr 27, 2020 AT 7:18 am

With COVID-19 concerns popping up at food processing plants around the country OSHA and the C-D-C issued new guidance for the facilities.

​Barnsville woman jailed in connection with child’s death

Zeke Fuhrman | Apr 27, 2020 AT 7:02 am

A Barnesville woman was jailed Friday on suspicion of felony neglect in a case that involves the death of a child .

​Barn destroyed by fire in Douglas County

Zeke Fuhrman | Apr 27, 2020 AT 7:01 am

The Alexandria Fire Department responded to a fire along Homestead Road NE, north of Nelson Saturday morning.

LB Homes Staying Positive and Grateful for Community and Staff During Uncertain Times

Steve Hesky | Apr 26, 2020 AT 2:22 pm

LB Homes has provided seniors with quality housing and healthcare services for years. That has not stopped. They continue to serve their residents, while putting a huge focus on health and wellness, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Area businesses are encouraged to follow guidelines on flushing water systems when reopening buildings.

Dave Bishop | Apr 26, 2020 AT 11:51 am

Area businesses are encouraged to follow guidelines on flushing water systems when reopening buildings.

With more testing comes more presumed positive cases of the Coronavirus in the state

Dave Bishop | Apr 26, 2020 AT 11:48 am

Numbers released Sunday by the Minnesota Department of Health indicate there have now been 3,602 presumed positive cases of the Coronavirus in the state, out of 58,987 tests conducted.