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Travelers will find welcome relief at the gas pumps as prices have been dropping over the past week just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday season. It's a drop of 70 cents or even more in some places compared to last year at this time. "Most U.S.
At a press conference Wednesday, university officials announced the results of a five-day vote showing Fighting Hawks beat Roughriders. The winning name is the result of more than a year...
CHICAGO - Minneapolis and U.S. Bank Stadium will have to settle for the Super Bowl and Final Four - for now. The Twin Cities lost its bid to host the...
ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is providing a timeline for its production of maps for the state's new law requiring vegetative buffers around bodies of water. "We understand people have questions about the buffer initiative," Dave Leuthe, DNR project manager, said in a release. "This information explains the process the DNR will use for the mapping project, the timeline in which maps will be developed, and opportunities for local governments and the public to engage in the process." Gov. Mark Dayton's buffer initiative was signed into law earlier this year.
ALEXANDRIA – New information about the timeline in the disappearance of 18-year-old Laura Schwendemann of Starbuck and Hancock was released over the weekend. In a news release, Douglas County Sheriff...
Investigators believe that an 18-year-old woman who has been missing since Wednesday, Oct. 14 did not leave voluntarily. Officers with the Douglas and Pope County Sheriff's Offices are continuing to...
ST. PAUL – Laboratory testing has ruled out an amoeba as the cause of death of a 14-year-old Alexandria boy who doctors originally thought died after contracting a rare condition...
ST. PAUL – A requirement that Minnesota boaters receive training and place decals on their trailers is being postponed while legislators consider changing the program, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday. A law passed in 2012 requires people pulling trailers containing boats, docks and other water-related equipment obtain training about how to prevent the movement of aquatic invasive species. When the training was completed, the driver would receive a trailer decal.
APPLETON — The owner of an Appleton business was arrested yesterday after a standoff with local law enforcement in the community. According to a press release from the Swift County Sheriff's Office, Swift County Dispatch received an emergency call from the Appleton Meat Center at about 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan.