Minnesota News
  • Spotted Wing Drosophila

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An invasive fruit fly from Asia is upending the economics and growing techniques for raspberries, blueberries and grapes in Minnesota. The Star Tribune reports that spotted wing drosophila damage crops, shorten harvesting …

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    16 Oct 17
  • ATV Crash

    A Green Isle man has died after an ATV crash in Sibley County Thursday afternoon. The Sibley County Sheriff’s Office says 74-year-old Harlen Harms was driving an ATV on his driveway at 39846 200th Street, …

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    13 Oct 17
  • Fatal Crash

    Authorities have released the name of the woman that died following a single-vehicle crash Thursday morning northwest of Glencoe. Forty-year-old Elizabeth Slepica of rural Hutchinson died at the scene. The McLeod County Sheriff’s Department said …

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    13 Oct 17
  • Gov's Pheasant Opener

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota opens its pheasant season Saturday with far fewer birds in the field than last year as a long-term decline in the state’s ringneck population continues due to the loss of habitat …

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    13 Oct 17
  • Renville County Courthouse

    (KWLM/Olivia MN-) A St. Cloud man pleaded not guilty to 5 charges in connection with a weekend chase with police and Sheriff’s Deputies in Renville County. Twenty-five-year-old Jeremy Nordberg is charged with two felonies and …

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    12 Oct 17
  • Prince

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two heirs of the late rock superstar Prince are protesting the removal of master tapes of unreleased music and videos from his Paisley Park studio complex to California. Sharon and Norrine Nelson, …

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    12 Oct 17
  • Crash

    A Buffalo Lake man was seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash this morning (Wednesday) in Glencoe. The State Patrol says 23-year-old Dustin Randall Kraemer was taken to HCMC in Minnepolis for treatment of life-threatening injuries. …

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    11 Oct 17
  • lake

    DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — A new study says appearances can be deceptive — clear lakes can be among the most polluted. Scientists have long known fertilizer runoff from farm fields can fuel excessive algae growth, …

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    11 Oct 17