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Two adult bald eagles made an unplanned landing on the tarmac at the Duluth International Airport on Sunday.
ST. PAUL -- Love and marriage soon will go together for Minnesota gays like they do for straight couples. "Vote yes for love," Minnesota Sen. Scott Dibble told his colleagues Monday. Enough senators agreed and gave the Minneapolis Democrat his wish of a Minnesota that allows same-sex couples to marry, the 12th state to allow it. "Today we have the power, the awesome humbling power, to make dreams come true." Dibble said as a four-hour, three-minute debate wound down.
PARK RAPIDS - Fishing guide Jason Durham received praise from Gov. Mark Dayton Saturday morning after a successful fishing outing shortly after midnight.
Ice is receding on the Fish Hook chain’s shorelines, “but not enough to fish” Saturday, May 11, the opening day for inland walleye, northern pike and lake trout. Gov. Mark...
ST. PAUL — Minnesota is a vote and a signature away from becoming the 12th state to allow gay marriage. By Don Davis and Danielle Killey Forum News Service ST...
FARGO, N.D. -- A new head of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Risk Management Agency got an earful from U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., and a roomful of farmers and crop insurance agents in Fargo, about the agency's handling of prevent-plant rules. Brandon Willis, at the first of two roundtable meetings, heard from farmers and agents about a "one-in-four" rule that farmers thought made them eligible for prevent-plant payouts, if they had planted the parcel in any of the four years prior to their indemnity claim.
ST. PAUL — Most debate about today’s historic Minnesota House vote to allow same-sex marriage centers on religious and moral issues, but money also slips into the discussion. A UCLA...
ST. PAUL - A man law enforcement officials say was plotting a terror attack in Montevideo will stay in federal custody while more information is gathered. Buford "Bucky" Rogers, 24, has been charged with one count of felony possession of a firearm. The Federal Bureau of Investigation said his arrest potentially stopped an attack in the city of Montevideo. The hearing Wednesday was continued to a later date at the request of Rogers' attorney Andrew Mohring.
By Sam Cook, Duluth News Tribune Bill Hansen, who with his wife, Cindy, owns Sawbill Canoe Outfitters at the end of the road north of Tofte, experienced what he called...
ST. PAUL — A bill to fund local road and bridge work, flood prevention measures, civic centers and other projects throughout the state appears stalled in the Minnesota Legislature as...