Trump Announces $16B In Aid To Farmers Hurt By Trade WarPaul Gohlke, a grain farmer in Sibley County, says spring has not been kind to Minnesota's farmers. A combination of weather and world trade is hitting them hard.
Xcel To Retire Last 2 Coal-Burning Plants By 2030Three years from now Xcel will complete its largest wind expansion, producing a third of the company's power production.
Video Shows Driver Narrowly Missing Girl At Stopped BusOnboard video from inside the bus captures the frightening moment Ambriel Johnson nearly lost her life. The 20-year-old male driver blows through the stop arm, missing the fourth grader by mere inches.
Google, Xcel Power Agreement Approved By RegulatorsThe center could create 50 jobs will annual wages totaling $4 million if Google decides to move forward with the project.
China's Retaliatory Tariffs Create Unease As Trade War EscalatesIt seems that instead of a trade deal that ends this dispute, both sides are digging in for a longer, more protracted fight with consumers, retailers, farmers and manufacturers caught square in the middle.
Live Bait In Scarce Supply For Fishing Opener After Rough WinterFishing reels in big money across the state, generating more than $15 billion each year, but there could be a snag for some anglers. There's a shortage of live bait.
Clearer Water To Blame For Mille Lacs’ Walleye Declining PopulationA new study from the University of Minnesota finds that Mille Lacs’ dwindling walleye population is linked to clearer water.
Quick Action Is Crucial To Surviving A Stroke Each year in America more than 800,000 people of all ages will suffer a stroke. While medical advances are minimizing long-term disabilities, the age of stroke patients is getting younger.
WWII Pilot Who Endured Japanese Torture Is Laid To RestWilliam Laughlin “Bill” Connell, 95, is being remembered for how he endured tragedies – both in World War II and years later in his personal life.
Should Gray Wolves Stay Protected By The Federal Government?They are Minnesota's iconic image of wilderness, as well as a successful restoration story. Now, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service says gray wolves should be removed from the Endangered Species Act.
Funeral Held For DNR Conservation Officer Eugene WynnEugene Wynn, a Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officer, was laid to rest Friday.
MN National Guard Addresses Sexual Assault CasesOver a five year period ending in 2018, Minnesota's National Guard fielded 90 reported cases of sexual assault – both on and off duty.
Can Beer Bring Back Gopher Fans?University President Eric Kaler thinks broader beer and wine sales at Mariucci and Williams arenas can help boost sagging attendance.
WWII Vet Returns To Grateful Czech PeoplePhotographs will fade over time, but Richard Piper's memories of his service are crystal clear.For the World War II soldier, bullets, bombs and bodies are impossible to forget.
'Our Miracle Child': Boy Thrown From MOA Balcony 'Showing Real Signs Of Recovery'A 5-year-old boy who was thrown from a third-floor balcony at Mall of America is showing signs of recovery but remains in intensive care, according to an update from the family.