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Three vaccines and a mask now required for Ordway performances 

Starting Feb. 1, two vaccines will no longer be enough to attend shows at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. The Arts Partnership announced...

U of M admits vax doesn’t stop transmission, will ‘probably’ mandate...

The University of Minnesota admitted in an email to its student body that the COVID-19 vaccine doesn't prevent transmission of the virus — yet...

YouTube doesn’t want you to hear this Minnesota priest’s message on...

YouTube has censored a recording of a Minnesota priest's homily that slammed the "mass formation psychosis" of the COVID pandemic. Fr. Thomas Dufner, pastor at...

Judge blocks Minnesota hospital from taking COVID patient off ventilator against...

An Anoka County judge has barred Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids from taking a COVID-19 patient off his ventilator against his wife’s wishes. In court...

Minnesota doctors join campaign to censor Joe Rogan

(Daily Caller News Foundation) — A group of 270 doctors wrote an open letter to audio streaming service Spotify asking the tech company to...

U.S. Supreme Court blocks Biden’s private sector vaccine mandate

Dan McCaleb | Casey Harper (The Center Square) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Biden administration's vaccine mandate on private sector businesses,...

Family blames Biden vax mandate for 41-year-old Minnesota man’s death

A Minnesota father has tragically passed away at the age of 41 — and his family is pointing the finger at President Joe Biden's...

MDH threatened with legal action over ‘racist and immoral’ COVID policy 

The Minnesota Department of Health was threatened with a lawsuit Wednesday for using race as a factor in its rationing of monoclonal antibodies, a...

Major Minnesota cities reject new mask mandates

Leaders in a handful of major Minnesota cities have shot down the idea of new indoor mask mandates. In Edina, city council members rejected a...

Minnesota schools can’t keep their doors open despite billions in relief 

School districts across the state are temporarily returning to distance learning despite receiving billions of dollars in federal relief intended to help them keep...