E. Coli Outbreak Linked To Miracle Of Birth Center At Minnesota State FairMost if not all ill fairgoers had some contact with calves, goats, sheep and pigs. It is also possible to contract the bacteria by touching a contaminated surface, such as pens or railings.
Lake Nokomis Beaches Reopen After Dozens Of Reported E. Coli IllnessesThe beaches at Lake Nokomis reopened on Thursday after a test found bacteria levels are safe.
Contaminated Water Leads To Record Number Of Beach Closures In MinneapolisMinneapolis park officials say contaminated water led to a record number of beach closures this summer.
Department Of Health Identifies 49 Illnesses Linked To Lake NokomisDisease investigators have identified at least 49 people who became ill after swimming at Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis, including three lab-confirmed cases of E. coli.
Lake Nokomis Beaches Remain Closed Over E. Coli ConcernsTwo popular beaches at Lake Nokomis remain closed due to E. coli in the water.
Minneapolis Closes Lake Nokomis Beaches After 3 Young Swimmers Get IllHealth officials closed both beaches at Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis Tuesday after three kids who swam there became sick with E. coli.
Testing Continues As Minneapolis Beaches Remain Closed Due To E. Coli ConcernsBacteria testing continues at Minneapolis lakes to see if the water is safe enough for swimmers.
Minneapolis Beaches Remain Closed Over E. Coli ConcernsWith just weeks left of summer break, three busy Minneapolis beaches are warning swimmers to stay out of the water.
'Stay Out': Officials Say Better Safe Than Sorry When It Comes To E. Coli Beach WarningsThomas Beach on Bde Maka Ska has been closed for more than three weeks over elevated levels of E. coli.
Metro Area Beaches Remain Closed Over E. Coli ConcernsSwimmers are being told to avoid Excelsior Beach on Lake Minnetonka and the swimming beach on McCarrons Lake in Roseville.
5 Twin Cities Beaches Still Closed Due To E. Coli LevelsEvery Monday morning from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Hennepin County tests the water from all their beaches. The county gets a sample of the water, brings it back to its headquarters in Hopkins and then a courier picks it up and brings it to the lab in New Ulm.