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Federal authorities are ready to give farmers in Minnesota and nine other states money to help save the iconic monarch butterfly. The U.S.
OTTER TAIL COUNTY, Minn.
Michael Herzog TD run and TD pass in season finale.
Al Roker, longtime weather forecaster for NBC’s “Today” show, will be in this neck of the woods Monday. He is set to report the weather in Fargo and Moorhead as...
Underwood rushed for 459 yards – with three players each eclipsing 100 yards on the ground – in a 42-20 victory against Madelia in the quarterfinals of the Minnesota 9-man...
The Twenty-six years after the disappearance of 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling brought national media attention to central Minnesota, a person of interest in the case has been named. Authorities say Daniel James Heinrich, 52, of Annandale, was identified by authorities after being the subject of a child pornography investigation. The U.S. Attorney’s office said Thursday a search warrant had been executed at Heinrich’s home seeking evidence in a Jan. 13, 1989 kidnapping near Cold Spring and Wetterling’s disappearance on Oct. 22, 1989, near St.
ST. PAUL — MNsure leaders promise Minnesotans will have an easier time signing up for health insurance on its website when enrollment begins next month. "My eyes are fully focused...
The driver of a car involved in a head-on crash with a semi truck was killed on Highway 210 west of Battle Lake Wednesday morning, the State Patrol said. Authorities...
The Kid Rock, welcome back to WE Fest. The performer was announced as one of the country music festival’s headliners Wednesday morning. WE Fest will hold its 34th annual festival...
Concordia College staved off a fourth-quarter comeback attempt by Carleton, as the Cobbers won 27-24 on Saturday in Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football. The Knights scored 14 points in the fourth quarter, cutting their deficit to three with 3 minutes, 50 seconds left on a Tyler O’Keefe 6-yard touchdown run. But the Cobbers managed to run out the clock on their next drive, converting twice on third down.