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DICKINSON, N.D. — North Dakota’s lone U.S. representative has released a BNSF Railway report that says rail cars carrying grain from North Dakota are almost a month behind schedule.
NISSWA — A lot of challenges were thrown out Friday as to who would get the biggest walleye at the Governor’s Fishing Opener.
ST. PAUL — Friday was a good day for Jeremy Pauling and others who long have worked to make medical marijuana legal in Minnesota.
MORRIS — An Appleton man faces several criminal charges after a high-speed chase Wednesday west of Morris.
Two defensive tackles became NFL players Thursday night, but Minnesota’s Ra’Shede Hageman was not one of them. The Gophers’ 2013 most valuable player was projected by many top scouts to become the program’s first, first-round pick since the New England Patriots selected tailback Laurence Maroney in 2006.
BRAINERD — After waiting out what seemed to be a never-ending winter, open-water walleye and northern pike fishing is back. Unlike last year, the threat of ice on lakes won’t be a problem in central Minnesota. Aside from some reports of floating ice, Brainerd-area lakes appear to be wide open heading into Saturday’s fishing opener.
ST. PAUL — The Minnesota House takes up medical marijuana today in what could be a debate lasting well into the night while pieces fall into place on tax and spending bills as the Minnesota Legislature nears the end of its 2014 session.
BRAINERD — Central Minnesota’s most popular fishing lakes have plenty of open water for Saturday’s walleye and northern pike opener, and the forecast is calling for mild temperatures. But will there be bait for the average angler?
ST. PAUL — Farmers, homeowners, renters and businesses would share $103 million in a second round of Minnesota tax cuts after negotiators worked out a compromise that is expected to pass the Legislature next week.
ST. PAUL — Local Minnesota governments could allow motorists to take traffic courses instead of receiving tickets under an amendment folded into an overall transportation bill Wednesday. Sen. Matt Schmit,...