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Authorities have recovered the body of a 26-year-old Chisago City man a week after he slipped on a rock and fell into the St. Croix River near Taylors Falls
The St. Cloud Rox maintained their lead in the North Division standings of the Northwoods League with a 4-1 victory over the Eau Claire Express Friday night.
Survivors of a Texas Boy Scout troop's adventure trip to the pristine canoe country along the Minnesota-Canadian border are grieving over the deaths of a 13-year-old boy and a 39-year-old woman volunteer.
It took about 8,000 construction workers to build the Minnesota Vikings' new stadium. And, at Friday's ceremonial ribbon-cutting, some of them will still be on the job at U.S. Bank Stadium.
A Minnesota District Court judge from Moorhead is suing the state over the mandatory retirement age for his position.
Police in a Twin Cities suburb say a man has been arrested in the fatal shooting of his adult son.
Former Viking head coach Dennis Green has died at the age of 67. The cause of death according to ESPN is cardiac arrest. Green finished his career in 2006 with a 113-94 overall record in 13 seasons and a 4-8 mark in the postseason.
The Sixers and Little Falls will play on Friday night at 7 p.m. at Dick Putz Field. If the 76ers win they would force another game Saturday night to determine the winner of the sub-section.
Minnesota Republican convention delegates say the conditions seem better than ever for the party to take back the White House. They say presidential nominee Donald Trump isn't your typical Republican - and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton has some work to do with a party base that delivered a defeat in the March caucus.
The Twins and Red Sox will play again Friday night at 6:10. The game can be heard on AM 1240 WJON beginning with the pregame show at 5:30.
The Rox will host Eau Claire again Friday night at Joe Faber Field. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 on AM 1390 The Fan.
Thursday's guests included John Tuvey from The Huddle and Al Newman of the St. Cloud Rox.
Police in Canada have identified the two campers with a Boy Scouts of America group killed when a fierce storm hit the U.S.-Canadian border as a teenage boy and a female volunteer from Texas.
A new exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the U.S. and Minnesota involvement in World War I is opening today (Friday). "In The Fight: Minnesota and the First World War" is at the Minnesota Military Museum at Camp Ripley.
Two people were hurt today (Thursday) shortly after 4:00 p.m.
A Boy Scouts leader says a boy and a woman died and two other campers were injured when damaging storms slammed northern Minnesota. John Van Dreese says the boy and the volunteer from the Northern Tier High Adventure Base Program were killed while camping in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.