A 76-year-old Clara City, Minnesota, man drowned Friday after his pontoon boat flipped over on a small lake in Kandiyohi County.
The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatal crash between a cyclist and motorist Tuesday.
A bicyclist died Tuesday afternoon in a collision with a vehicle in Kandiyohi County.
A woman is dead after her car collided with a tractor trailer in Kandiyohi County, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
At least one person is dead after a crash involving two vehicles on Highway 23 in Kandiyohi County.
Sheriff’s deputies in Kandiyohi County are investigating a deadly crash. Authorities say two people died and a third was injured when two vehicles collided about 9 p.m. Sunday at an intersection north of Pennock in Mamre Township.
A St. Cloud man was arrested early Saturday after he led police on a high-speed chase in a stolen car. According to the Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office, around 1:50 a.m. officers attempted to stop a 2006 Saturn as it entered the city of Spicer for driving at speeds greater than 70 mph on southbound Highway 23.
The top turkey producing county in the country’s top turkey state has recorded its 40th case of bird flu. The Minnesota Board of Animal Health on Friday said the state’s latest presumed positive detection is a turkey farm in Kandiyohi County.
The top turkey producing county in the top turkey state has reported another case of bird flu. The Minnesota Board of Animal Health reported presumptive positive test results Tuesday from a 39th flock in Kandiyohi County.
The Board of Animal Health on Friday reported presumptive positive tests from flocks in Kandiyohi, Renville and Brown counties, while Blue Earth County recorded its first detection since the H5N2 virus was first confirmed in Minnesota in early March.
So far, 97 farms have been affected by the bird flu since the outbreak began in March. Kandiyohi County is ground zero with 37 of those farms. The state announced three new cases of the bird flu today, six new ones were reported yesterday.
Bird flu has returned to Minnesota after a lull of over a week with no new cases, with presumptive positive test results from six turkey farms. The new detections announced by the Minnesota Board of Animal Health on Tuesday.
A black bear was spotted in Kandiyohi County pawing at a bird feeder on Decision Hills Bible Camp Road in Spicer.
The Minnesota Board of Animal Health says two more Minnesota turkey flocks have tested presumptive for bird flu.
The bird flu virus continues to infect flocks in Minnesota. The Minnesota Board of Animal Health said Tuesday that two flocks in Kandiyohi are likely to have tested positive for the disease, which would bump the total number of affected farms to 82.
The presumed cases reported Friday are in Kandiyohi and Meeker counties. Both counties have already been found to have infected flocks.
The number of Minnesota farms hit by bird flu outbreaks has taken a big jump — 13 new farms with over 430,000 turkeys. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said in an update Wednesday evening that the farms with newly confirmed H5N2 infections are all in counties where other farms had been affected earlier.
Federal authorities have confirmed another infection in Minnesota of a deadly bird flu strain. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday the latest farm hit by the H5N2 virus had 23,000 turkeys in Kandiyohi County of west-central Minnesota.
Minnesota officials have confirmed four more cases of a bird flu strain that’s cost the state’s turkey producers over 1.6 million birds. The affected farms include one in Roseau County, the northernmost detection of the H5N2 virus in Minnesota so far.
Authorities have confirmed another bird flu outbreak at a Minnesota turkey farm, raising the state’s total to 14 affected farms. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Saturday that the latest case is a commercial turkey flock with 38,000 birds in Kandiyohi County.
A second turkey farm in Minnesota’s top turkey producing county has been hit by an outbreak of a deadly bird flu strain, raising the number of outbreaks across the state to eight.
A 21-year-old Sunburg man is dead after a rollover crash in Kandiyohi County Sunday morning, according to the Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office.
The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office and the Minnesota State Patrol are investigating after a single-vehicle crash killed two people Sunday evening.
Several law enforcement agencies across Minnesota are urging caution on the ice as temperatures over the weekend climbed to unseasonable highs.
The victims in a fatal crash between a passenger vehicle and train in Kandiyohi County Saturday have been identified. At 3:16 p.m. on the day of the incident, the vehicle was traveling north on 182nd Street at Highway 55 near Paynesville when it was hit by a Canadian Pacific Train.