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A dog found in a yard earlier this week with her front legs tied together has been released from a city animal shelter, according to owner Candace Mead. She posted...
By Charley Shaw, Session Daily
Authorities are investigating a suspicious death after a body was found at a Cloquet residence Tuesday afternoon. Cloquet police were called to the residence shortly after noon, and the body...
Sentencing was scheduled for 9 a.m.
Alyssa Lommel, the University of Minnesota Duluth student who suffered frostbite after spending several hours outside in subzero temperatures, was on the search for an electric hand last week. Teri...
A Grand Rapids man has pleaded guilty to nine felony charges in connection with a series of Itasca County church burglaries last year. Danny Edward Madsen, 42, pleaded guilty to nine of 15 charges during an appearance Monday in State District Court.
Meet my sweet little friend, the Friand. I first discovered friands (pronounced “free-onds”) last spring when I was searching Pinterest for some new baking recipes, and was immediately attracted to their lovely presentation and unique oval shape. I knew that this was a specialty I had to make for Tony and Gio, who are now happily on the friand bandwagon. Wildly popular in Australia and New Zealand but little known elsewhere, friands are charming almond tea cakes similar to the French financier. I confess, I loved discovering a darling new treat that no one else I knew was making.
BRAINERD, Minn. -- Three young men who thought they were taking a walk along the banks of the Mississippi River found themselves trapped on a floating ice chunk late Wednesday...
A veteran employee of a Bagley, Minn., wood manufacturing plant was killed early today when he was caught in the pulley of a large industrial-size door as it was opened. Police Chief Larry Peterson said an official of the U.S.
BEMIDJI, Minn. - A Bemidji man was sentenced Monday to jail time for soliciting prostitution at a Wal-Mart store. Derek Barnes, 22, was sentenced in Beltrami County District Court to three consecutive one-year terms in the Beltrami County Jail on two counts of soliciting prostitution in a public place and one count of third-degree DWI. On Jan. 21, Barnes approached two female Wal-Mart employees and offered money for sexual acts.