The governor of Minnesota says he plans to fully mobilize the state’s National Guard and promised a massive show of force to help quell civil unrest following days of protests over the police killing of George Floyd.
A divided Supreme Court on Friday rejected an emergency appeal by a California church that challenged state limits on attendance at worship services that have been imposed to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Summer will look a lot different for many kids who would usually be enrolled in in-person summer camp programs. But, many local programs are working with families to still keep kids engaged and safe this Summer.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker is warning Illinois residents to remain vigilant even as the state loosens restrictions intended to curb the deadly coronavirus, and he expressed gratitude for the actions they’ve taken the last 10 weeks.
Missouri’s only abortion clinic will be able to keep operating after a state government administrator decided that the health department was wrong not to renew the license of Planned Parenthood’s St. Louis facility.
Meatpacking plants that had to briefly close due to coronavirus outbreaks have been back up and running for weeks, but production backlogs are forcing farmers to euthanize thousands of hogs that can’t be processed, drawing complaints from animal welfare advocates.
Trying to stay safe during a global pandemic is hard enough, but people in Southwest desert cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas where temperatures can soar into the triple digits are also trying to protect themselves from the brutal heat.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds says she is allocating $700 million of the state’s federal coronavirus emergency relief money to programs that will help farmers, businesses, homeowners, renters, and local governments.
President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to take action to bring the city of Minneapolis “under control,” calling violent protesters outraged by the death of a black man in police custody “thugs” and saying that “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.”
Carnegie-Stout Public Library has over a thousand items waiting to be picked up through their curbside system every day. They have also seen a major increase in the amount of people who access their online database.