Minnesota Farmers, Truckers Team Up To Help Wildfire VictimsAt the Gilman Creamery in central Minnesota, relief is stacked in long rows -- bales of donated hay, set to be loaded and delivered to cattle ranchers more than 800 miles away.
Mystery Solved: Hydrologists Know Where The Devil's Kettle GoesScientists believe they’ve solved the mystery of the Devil’s Kettle waterfall in northern Minnesota, where an offshoot of the Brule River plunges into a cavernous hole near Grand Marais and seemingly vanishes.
'Heart Safe'-Trained Fmr. City Council Member's Quick CPR Saves A LifeFor the fifth time in four years someone in Coon Rapids is alive thanks to the skills taught by the city's Heart Safe program.
Hennepin County Drug Court Graduate: 'Feels Good To Feel Good'The 25 graduates of the two-year program come from all walks of life. But they each shared the same demon -- a drug or alcohol addiction that at one point landed them in court.
Coming Snowstorm Puts Girls Basketball Tourney At RiskThis weekend's girls' youth basketball tournament, billed as one of the largest in the state, will draw 260 teams from the three-state region. Unfortunately, the teams may be met by up to 18 inches of snow.
University Of Minnesota Fraternity Under Temporary SuspensionIt stems from several reported sexual assaults involving chapter members dating back to the spring of 2015 and again in December that same year.
Veteran Groups Blast Orono City Council For Big Island Dock ClosureFor nearly 90 years, Big Island on Lake Minnetonka was the site of a 56-acre camp set aside for Minnesota’s war veterans.
Minnesotans Taking Advantage Of Record-Setting February TempsFriday's warm temperatures got us in to the record book. The thermometer hit 63 degrees Friday. The previous high set in 1981 was 55 degrees.
Mother Of Murdered Boy Pushing For Tougher Laws On Child KillersSamuel Christopher Jones is scheduled to be paroled after serving just over 13 years for the killing of a 3-year-old.
Red Wing In Nationwide Campaign To Win $500K For Small BusinessesThe next 48 hours will determine if the city of Red Wing can land $500,000 to help its small businesses.
Retired Airline CEO Says Cheap Oil, Low Fares Here For A WhileFor 11 years Richard Anderson led Northwest Airlines and later Delta, through some of the industry’s most turbulent skies.
Hmong-American Groups Demand Investigation Into Police K-9 That Bit GrandmotherCoon Rapids police acknowledge that mistakes were made but say the officers used risk analysis protocols before deciding to send the dog in.

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