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As a result of lower elk numbers, the Department of Natural Resources is offering fewer elk licenses this fall in Kittson County of northwest Minnesota. The Grygla, Minn., elk zone again will be closed in an effort to rebuild the herd to population goal levels. “The number of hunting licenses available reflects the goals of the state’s elk management plan,” said Leslie McInenly, DNR big game program leader.
GLENWOOD, Minn. — The murder trial for a woman accused of killing a 4-year-old boy is scheduled to begin this morning in Pope County District Court in Glenwood. A grand...
ADA, Minn. -- A Norman County deputy shot during a traffic stop last month was justified in firing at the suspect, according to the Minnesota county attorney reviewing the case...
ST. PAUL - A federal appeals court judge listened to arguments Thursday in a lawsuit accusing Minnesota officials of forcing unionization on some child care workers. It is not known when Judge Michael Davis will issue his decision. The lawsuit's roots stretch back a couple of years to when Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton unilaterally set up a process to allow child care providers who get state subsidies to join unions.
FARGO – A 6-year-old girl was hit by a car as she and two other children ran for the school bus in south Fargo Thursday morning. The accident happened around 7:45 a.m. at the intersection of 26th Avenue and 18th Street south. The bus was traveling south and the car was headed north, both on 18th street. Fargo police Lt.
Almost a year to the day since the project was initially approved by the U.S. Senate, the Fargo-Moorhead flood diversion is finally inching toward final congressional authorization. The Water Resources...
The sheriff in Traill County said he has investigated allegations that breeders threw a live dog into the trash at a dog breeding operation near Portland and has forwarded his findings to the state’s attorney for possible prosecution. Traill County Sheriff Mike Crocker confirmed that his department has completed an investigation into allegations that a former employee at the Barkin’ Barnyard Kennels discovered that an injured dog had been thrown into the garbage last week. The kennel’s owners deny that a still-living dog had been thrown away. The employee, Kevin Nelson of Mayville, sa
MINNEAPOLIS - A serial poacher faces a hunting ban as part of his sentence Tuesday for transporting wildlife taken in violation of the federal Lacey Act. William Robert Welsh, 41, of St. Cloud, pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge in October. An anonymous tip led to an investigation that revealed at least a decade of poaching by Welsh in Minnesota, according to a news release from the U.S.
Minnesota state revenue falling ST. PAUL - Republican legislative leaders say they worry that three straight months of smaller-than-expected Minnesota state revenue could spell trouble. The latest Minnesota Management and...