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St. Louis Park health care worker: “We don’t have any tests”...

Brianne Bernini, an emergency department technician at Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park was told when she arrived at work last Thursday...

Gov. Walz orders schools temporarily closed to curb COVID-19 outbreak

DFL Gov. Tim Walz on Sunday took his most drastic action yet to contain the spread of COVID-19, ordering the temporary closure of Minnesota...

GOP lawmaker: Expect limits on large public events like concerts, ballgames

A Republican lawmaker said Minnesotans should expect significant changes in their daily lives in the coming weeks and months due to the coming outbreak...

Congress rebukes Trump’s bid to slash CDC funding amid outbreak

WASHINGTON — U.S. House lawmakers resoundingly rebuffed a Trump administration request to cut funding for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention amid the...

Walz says Minnesota ready for potential coronavirus spread: ‘Preparation is not...

Gov. Tim Walz, the state’s top health official and legislative leaders sought to reassure the public Monday that they are working to prepare for...

Your health insurance: probably bad and getting worse

“A good life for American families also requires the most affordable, innovative, and high-quality healthcare system on Earth. Before I took office, health insurance...

Native-led effort brings nighttime help to homeless

Close to midnight one Saturday, a couple dozen nurses, police officers, EMTs and social workers circled up in an empty break room on East...

Can we shop for health care? A Minnesota Reformer colloquy

Editor's note: This is a response to a guest commentary by state Rep. Jennifer Schultz, DFL-Duluth, about whether patients shopping for their health care...

Danger zone: Work is safer than it used to be, but...

Work-related illness and injuries in Minnesota reached all-time lows in 2018, but experts are concerned about persistently high injury rates in risky industries like...

3,000 HealthPartners workers prepared to strike over their own health care

More than 1,800 nurses and other medical care workers at HealthPartners could vote to strike next week if they don't reach a new contract...
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