Minnesota’s state veterinarian says it will be a challenge to stop wild waterfowl from spreading bird flu to more turkey farms.
Drought conditions are expanding across a large section of the U.S., from California to the Great Plains.
Southwest Minnesota State University head football coach Cory Sauter announced today the hiring of Mike Aldrich as the program’s assistant head coach and defensive line and linebackers coach. He will begin his duties officially on April 6.
The Minnesota Twins announced today that they have optioned left-handed pitcher Caleb Thielbar to Triple-A Rochester.
The propeller of a small airplane piloted by a North Dakota man has caused significant damage to a car after the aircraft made an emergency landing on a Minnesota highway.
A philosophy professor at St. Cloud State University is accused of conspiring to smuggle rhinoceros horns and elephant ivory out of the U.S. and into China.
Xcel Energy expects to raise its electric rates in Minnesota about 6 percent under the two-year hike recently approved by state regulators.
A Browns Valley, Minnesota man was killed in an ATV rollover crash Sunday night eight miles northeast of Sisseton.
Police in Minneapolis say a missing University of Minnesota student for three days went into the Mississippi River, and they’re starting a water recovery effort.
Authorities say high winds caused scaffolding to collapse on the edge of the Vikings stadium site and fall onto a downtown Minneapolis street.
MSFA And Vikings To Launch Legacy Bricks Program At New Minnesota Stadium
Fans can etch names in Minnesota history with personalized brick paver on new stadium plaza
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) and the Minnesota Vikings have launched a Legacy Bricks program as part of the New Minnesota Stadium set to open in 2016. Expected to be located near the five pivoting glass doors on the nearly three-acre west plaza, the personalized bricks will allow a limited number of stadium users to etch their names in Minnesota history.
The Minnesota House has passed a bill allowing employers to pay tipped staff a lower hourly wage if tips bring their pay above $12 an hour.
It’s time to talk about the minimum wage again. The Republican-controlled House is expected to take up a bill Monday afternoon that would allow employers to pay tipped staff $8 hourly if tips bring their pay above $12 an hour.
The commander of Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota has been selected for a position at the Pentagon.
A dangerous new bird flu strain has affected poultry flocks in Minnesota, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas. That’s sending experts and farmers scrambling to determine how it arrived – and to stop it from spreading.
Target Corp. says it is laying off 1,700 workers and permanently closing out another 1,400 open positions.
The Bureau of Reclamation notified Lewis & Clark Friday the project will be receiving a total of $9 million in funding for FY15.
Update: Two Missing After Ice Fishing Trip Near Lake Benton
Authorities Find Vehicle At Bottom Of Lake
Two people in Lincoln County Minnesota are missing after a weekend ice fishing trip on Lake Benton. They were last heard from Sunday morning.
Federal officials say a serious strain of bird flu has been found in a Minnesota commercial turkey flock.
Target Corp. plans $2 billion in cuts over the next two years through corporate restructuring and other improvements.