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Man Dies in Fall from Rocks at State Park in Chisago County
Sheriff's officials say a 39-year-old man died in a fall from some rocks at Interstate State Park in Chisago County.
State Fair Final Attendance: 1.3M, Far Below 2019 Record
The Minnesota State Fair wrapped up its 12-day run with total attendance of about 1.3 million, well below usual numbers as the delta variant kept many fairgoers away.
Body Camera Usage by Police Up Significantly, Survey Says
A new survey of law enforcement agencies throughout Minnesota shows the use of body cameras has nearly doubled in the last five years, but for smaller police departments equipping officers with the technology is financially out of reach.
February Spike Expected in Minnesotans Home Heating Bills
Minnesota's largest gas utilities are warning about sky-high heating bills because of the historic cold wave in the South and the state's stretch of subzero weather.
Lottery Players Have Chance at 2 Giant Jackpots
It could be a profitable weekend for lucky lottery players as two of the largest jackpots in U.S. history will be on the line. Numbers will be drawn Friday night for the $750 million Mega Millions prize, the fifth-largest jackpot ever.
Walz Says Minnesota Will Report A Record 56 COVID-19 Deaths
Gov. Tim Walz says Minnesota health officials will report a record 56 new deaths from COVID-19 when they release updated figures Wednesday.
Collin Peterson Loses Bid for a 16th Term to Michelle Fischbach
The chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, veteran Democratic congressman Collin Peterson of Minnesota, has lost his bid for a 16th term.
Tina Smith Beats Jason Lewis for US Senate
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tina Smith of Minnesota has won reelection, defeating Republican former U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis. Smith was in the rare position of having to defend her seat for the second time in two years.
Kanye West Submits Signatures for President in Minnesota
Kanye West has submitted voter signatures in Minnesota hopes of appearing as a presidential candidate on the November ballot.
Walz to Sign Police Accountability Bill
Governor Tim Walz is expected to sign a police accountability bill into law Thursday.
DNR Cancels 2020 Fish Egg-Taking Over Virus Fear
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has canceled this year's egg-taking for walleye, northern pike, muskies and steelhead because of concerns over spreading the coronavirus.
Trump Orders 3M to Meet FEMA’s Mask Needs
President Donald Trump has ordered Minnesota-based 3M to produce and sell as many medical-grade masks as the Federal Emergency Management Agency says it needs.