The City of Minneapolis will be ridding 280 low-income homes of lead-based paint and other hazards, thanks to a $3.4 million grant from the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The city says the funds will be focused on homes with children under 6 who already have been lead poisoned.
Hunters across the state have been waiting for this weekend as deer season starts. And as Minnesotans load up to head out, a veterinarian at the University of Minnesota Raptor Center is making a plea. Eagles it seems are being taken down by bullets, without even being hit.
The ammunition deer hunters choose could have an impact on the overall health of the eagles. Now, there’s a push to get hunters to switch to copper bullets.
A new survey from St. Cloud State University found that Sen. Amy Klobuchar has a large and probably insurmountable lead over Republican challenger Kurt Bills.
Juice is a popular option when your kids are thirsty. But the results of some new testing on apple and other juices may have you thinking twice before you pour.
Minneapolis is doing free testing and screening on children and toys in order to cut down on lead poisoning.
Hennepin County and the City of Minneapolis has received $6.8 million in federal grants to help remove lead from thousands of homes.
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