Riley, the Heine family’s English setter, can sleep anywhere, anytime. So, that had Karen from Edina wanting to know: Why do dogs sleep so much? According to Dr. Travis with Uptown Veterinarians, dogs have natural circadian rhythms, like humans. He says some dogs sleep far more than others, and are influenced by their owners’ schedules.
An arrest warrant has been issued for the former boyfriend of a Granite Falls woman who was fatally shot along with another man.
It’s not an election year, but that hasn’t made Farmfest any less of a draw for politicians tending to ties with Minnesota’s agriculture community. Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton was paying his visit Thursday to the giant farming exhibition in southern Minnesota.
U.S. Senate candidates Amy Klobuchar and Kurt Bills will appear together publicly for the first time as opponents when they participate in an agricultural and rural issues forum at FarmFest.
Democratic Rep. Tim Walz and the two Republicans competing to challenge him appear before an audience of farmers on Tuesday.
Redwood Falls Police is investigating after a 28-year-old man fell into the Ramsey Falls while trying to take a photo.
Authorities say foul play has been ruled out in the death of a 21-year-old Minnesota student who attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
A funeral service will be held Saturday in Minnesota for a 21-year-old student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found dead in his dorm room this week.
A 29-year-old Redwood Falls man is dead, a 50-year-old man is in critical condition and five others were hurt in a four-vehicle crash in Kandiyohi County on Christmas Eve, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
A woman involved in a crash in Redwood County on Aug. 3 died on Thursday, authorities said.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he hopes to boost the state’s farm exports when he goes on a couple of trade missions this fall.
Seventy-five families from around the state have been named a “2011 Farm Family of the Year” by the University of Minnesota.
A fierce summer storm packing straight-line winds approaching 80 mph marched through Minnesota and Wisconsin Friday, leaving in its wake damaged homes and structures, toppled trees and several thousand blacked-out utility customers.
A fierce summer storm packing winds of 80 to 100 mph has blown across southwestern Minnesota, downing trees and power lines.
Jurors have convicted a 41-year-old man of killing his girlfriend’s toddler son more than two years ago in southwest Minnesota.