Forty Minnesota firefighters are on their way to Colorado to aide in the battle against the most destructive fire in the state’s history.Since it flared up, the Black Forest Fire has killed two people, engulfed more than 350 homes and has consumed more than 15,700 acres. It was only five percent contained Thursday.
A popular Twin Cities outdoor gear and clothing store has been bought by a Colorado company.
Authorities said a Rosemount man was one of five people killed in an avalanche near Denver, Colo., earlier this week.
Though he’s currently incarcerated, fallen auto mogul Denny Hecker remains a man on the move. Hecker has been moved to the Federal Correctional Institution Englewood in Littleton, Colo., according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
The reward has now doubled for information leading to a missing Colorado woman with Minnesota ties.
A woman with ties to Minnesota is missing in Colorado. The last time anyone heard from 51-year-old LeAnn “Annie” Meyer, of St. Peter, Minn., was two weeks ago, back on February 23.
The swift Colorado guard just can’t help studying the reports, wondering what seed his team might draw. He thinks the Buffaloes have proven they belong in the NCAA tournament, especially after a 76-53 win over No. 19 Oregon on Thursday night.
“Wild Wednesday” is here as doors opened at the Xcel Energy Center at 6 p.m. for the team’s scrimmage.
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If you’re looking for a place to rent, keep this list of questions handy.
In Minnesota, guns are banned on all school properties — public or private, across all grade levels.
The votes in Washington and Colorado last month legalizing marijuana were just the latest developments in the debate over marijuana use in the United States.
A man who fled a traffic stop in Fargo-Moorhead had to be rescued after he ran onto the partially frozen Red River and fell through the ice.
Most homeowners associations come with a lot of rules. But they also come with plenty of benefits.
The voters in Colorado and Washington State were clear in approving ballot initiatives that make using small amounts of marijuana legal. But the federal law is equally clear, classifying marijuana as an illegal drug under the federal Controlled Substances Act. So how can a state pass a law that contradicts federal law?