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Stores at the Mall of America will reopen beginning June 1, the Bloomington mall announced Thursday, May 14. Malls are among the Minnesota businesses that can resume in-person sales Monday, if they operate at no more than 50 percent capacity and have social distancing plans, Gov. Tim Walz announced Wednesday.
ST. PAUL -- Chauntyll Allen and other volunteers have fanned out along St.
ST. PAUL — The American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota is raising concerns about an order by the governor that will allow first responders to be notified if they’re responding to an address of someone contagious with COVID-19.
ST. PAUL — A St. Paul Parks and Recreation employee was told a tent outside a recreation center was unoccupied and didn’t check it before he used a utility vehicle to remove it, which seriously injured a woman who was inside, police said Thursday, April 16. Paramedics took the 49-year-old to Regions Hospital with significant injuries; she was in stable condition as of Wednesday night, said Sgt. Mike Ernster, a St. Paul police spokesman.
NEW BRIGHTON, Minn. — As a woman escaped from her boyfriend by climbing out a window of a New Brighton house, the man shot at police officers and they returned fire, police said Thursday, April 16. No one was injured by the gunfire on Wednesday night, which was followed by a standoff through the night. The man was arrested early Thursday, about 10 hours after officers were called to Long Lake Road near 16th Street NW.
ST. PAUL — A woman was seriously injured by construction equipment in St. Paul on Wednesday afternoon, April 15, police said. Officers responded to the south side of the Arlington Hills Recreation Center, which is at Payne and Maryland avenues, about 2:15 p.m. Paramedics treated the woman and transported her to a hospital with “significant injuries,” said Sgt. Mike Ernster, a St. Paul police spokesman.
ST. PAUL — The mother of Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, who was a child advocate and social worker, died last month and her family has learned she tested positive for coronavirus. Ms Clida was thrilled to be in New Orleans for her grandson Isaiah’s graduation from Tulane Law. Someone (Cousin Tina) caught us taking a selfie. She graduated from Xavier Univ. of NOLA in 1959. Proud grandma. Rest in Power.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota’s largest law enforcement associations have asked state health officials to provide departments with the addresses of people who test positive for coronavirus in their jurisdictions, saying the information is needed to keep first responders safe.
ST. PAUL — Minnesotans, we need to talk.
WOODBURY, Minn. — At her sickest with coronavirus, all Sarah Moore could do was crawl into a cold shower and cry because she couldn’t get her fever down. She rested in bed, wracked by body aches and too weak to even turn on the TV. “I thought I was going to die sometimes,” said Moore, of Woodbury. Moore, who works at a St. Paul hospital, became an operating room nurse to help others.