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MOORHEAD – A 77-year-old man with a heart condition is suing three Moorhead police officers, claiming they used excessive force when they restrained him and twice shocked him with a Taser during a welfare check two years ago, despite his warnings that the stun gun could kill him.
ST. PAUL — Gun opponents testified Tuesday that they felt uncomfortable earlier this year when they knew gun advocates were packing in the Capitol, but a key opponent admitted he...
BEMIDJI, Minn. -- Minnesota's newly created health exchanged unveiled its ad campaign Sunday, with a couple of recognizable figures as its stars.
MOORHEAD, Minn. -- National Republicans are targeting Democratic U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson in 2014, and Moorhead residents will soon see GOP bull’s-eyes on his back.
ST. PAUL — The Dayton administration predicts Minnesotans’ property tax bills will fall next year.
DULUTH -- Someone let the cat out of the Duluth Pack duffel bag a week early.
ST. PAUL — An organization opposed to wolf hunting and trapping launched a petition drive Wednesday in hopes of killing this year’s season. Pointing to a state report showing a...
By Emily Welker Forum News Service LAKE PARK, Minn. – The mayor of this small Minnesota community said Tuesday he’ll continue being mayor while facing felony charges of stealing thousands...
Mike Creger Forum News Service ST. PAUL -- The June 8 fire at Bluefin Bay Resort in Tofte has been ruled accidental in a report issued Tuesday by the State...
ST. PAUL -- The agency building a new Vikings football stadium has delayed signing paperwork with the team and hired investigators to look into finances of team owners after a New Jersey judge harshly criticized the owners. Chairwoman Michele Kelm-Helgen of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority announced Tuesday that the organization is beginning to look into whether brothers Zygi and Mark Wilf were honest in their negotiations to build the nearly $1 billion stadium in downtown Minneapolis.