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Autism, Sleep Apnea Added As Medical Pot Qualifiers
Minnesota health officials say they're adding autism spectrum disorders and obstructive sleep apnea as conditions that qualify for medical marijuana.
1 Person Killed in Chisago City Fire
Lakes Area police say one person has died after two trailer homes caught fire in Chisago City.
Franken Accused of Groping Army Veteran During USO Tour
An Army veteran has accused Minnesota Sen. Al Franken of inappropriately touching her more than a decade ago while she was on a military deployment to Kuwait.
House Debates Minnesota Expanded Mining Legislation
Legislation from two Minnesota congressmen which allows for expanded mining in northeastern Minnesota has caused broader environmental debate in the U.S. House and divided the state's congressional delegation.
Foster Care License Suspended Following Child’s Death
An investigation into the death of a toddler at a St. Paul foster home has caused state regulators to temporarily suspend the caregivers' license.
Wisconsin Gov. Announces National Ad Campaign to Attract Workers
Gov. Scott Walker is calling on the Legislature to approve nearly $7 million to pay for a national ad campaign to bring more workers into Wisconsin.
The Latest: Keillor Issues New Statement On Allegations
A new statement from Garrison Keillor raises questions about allegations of improper behavior that led Minnesota Public Radio to terminate his contracts.
Man Who Killed Child Pleads Guilty, Faces 40 Years in Prison
A Crystal man accused of fatally beating his girlfriend's 2-year-old son has pleaded guilty.
The Latest: Thile ‘in Shock’ Over Keillor Dismissal
The musician who took over hosting ``A Prairie Home Companion'' when Garrison Keillor retired last year says he's ``in shock'' after Keillor was fired over an accusation of improper behavior.
Guilty Plea in Heroin Overdose Death
A St. Paul man has pleaded guilty to providing the heroin that killed an Orono man.