Minnesota Man Caught In Montana Avalanche DiesA Minnesota man died in an avalanche while he was snowmobiling about 19 miles (30 kilometers) north of West Yellowstone in Montana.
Minneapolis Man Drowns While Rafting In MontanaA 44-year-old Minnesota man drowned in a weekend rafting accident in northwestern Montana.
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SCOTUS Overturns Montana In Railroad Worker CaseThe high court ruled 8-1 on May 30 that state courts don't have jurisdiction over a railroad company headquartered elsewhere.
Minn., Others Consider Plans To Protect Internet PrivacyMontana, Minnesota and Illinois are among the states considering legislation to protect their residents' information, such as their browsing history.
Mpls. Man Found Dead In Montana Train TunnelLewis and Clark County officials say a 65-year-old man whose body was found in a train tunnel west of Helena had been hit by a train.
Wis. Lawmakers Look To Make Harassing Hunters A Crime The state Assembly is set to pass a bill that would prohibit people from bothering hunters in the woods.
ATV Riders Challenging Ban On Public Road UseWhen she crashed on an all-terrain vehicle, Megan Cratsley was hurt so badly that doctors had to amputate much of her right arm, a life-altering surgery that launched the teenager on a personal mission to change New York traffic laws to protect other ATV riders.
Actor, Hockey Player & Minnesota Native Joe Cure Killed In Montana Rollover CrashAuthorities say actor and hockey player Joe Cure of Bloomington, best known for his portrayal of Mike Ramsey in the 2004 film Miracle, was killed in a rollover crash in Montana, police say.
Crackdown On Luxury Car Owners Dodging Taxes With Montana Registration The state of Minnesota is cracking down on a high-end motor vehicle scheme that originates in Montana, and has cheated the state out of at least $1 million in taxes.
Good Question: How Are Fantasy Sports Gambling Sites Legal?ou've probably seen fantasy football sites like FanDuel or DraftKings advertising huge cash prizes. You pay to enter, and if you win, you get paid. If you lose, you lose your money. Sounds like gambling, right? It's not. So, why are these sites legal? Good Question.
Minnesotans Firefighters Join Crews Fighting Western WildfiresFire crews from Minnesota are now being deployed to help battle the wildfires out west where more than 80 different fires are stretching resources to the limit.