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SAUK RAPIDS — It felt like a bomb going off.
LUVERNE — Gov. Mark Dayton visited southwestern Minnesota on Friday along with other state and federal officials to address the impact of flooding in the region. The governor has been visiting the flood-affected areas throughout the week, and he listened Friday to questions and concerns about regional damage and how to proceed in obtaining aid.
REDBY -- Multiple law enforcement agencies including the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office and the Headwaters SWAT team are assisting Red Lake authorities with an active crime scene on the Red...
WESSINGTON SPRINGS, S.D. -- John Berens was taking pictures with his iPad when his wife yelled at him to get to the basement. He saw a white car across the...
There are on roads closed in Kandiyohi County as of Thursday morning, according to the Kandiyohi County Highway Department.
WESSINGTON SPRINGS, S.D. -- Kim Christensen was driving his four-wheeler through Wessington Springs on Wednesday night, because he didn’t want to puncture a tire on his vehicle. Wood, tin, nails...
WASECA, Minn. -- A judge Wednesday ordered that the journal kept by a teenager accused of plotting a massacre at his school be sealed, according to the Waseca County News...
The North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota Farm Service Agency state offices have extended prevented-planting reporting deadlines to July 15 to coincide with the final acreage reporting date.
CROSSLAKE, Minn. -- A woman was rescued Tuesday when the kayak she was in overturned in the rain-swollen Pine River in central Minnesota. A a short distance downriver from the...
MORRIS — Criminal sexual conduct charges filed this winter against the Morris Area High School principal were dismissed Tuesday.