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States Reconsider Mississippi River Fishing Limits
Fishery officials in Wisconsin and Minnesota are considering updating bag and size limits on the Mississippi River.
Twins Place 3B Miguel Sano on DL With Hamstring Strain
The Minnesota Twins have placed third baseman Miguel Sano on the 10-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring.
Small Income Tax Cut For All Earners Tops Senate GOP Plan
Senate Republicans are proposing a modest income tax cut for all earners as a part of their bid to sync Minnesota's tax code with the federal government.
Project Expands Solar Power Options for Minnesota Residents
Residents of 34 Minnesota counties have access to a new network of community solar farms.
Dayton Pushes for $138M for Schools’ Budget Shortfalls
Gov. Mark Dayton is calling for $138 million in emergency funding for Minnesota schools as districts across the state grapple with budget shortfalls.
EPA Finds Nothing Toxic at Wisconsin Refinery Explosion Site
The Environmental Protection Agency says it has finished monitoring the air at the site of a recent oil refinery explosion in northwestern Wisconsin and found no elevated levels of anything toxic.
75-Year Sentence in Crash that Killed 3 From Minnesota
A Russian immigrant has been sentenced to 75 years in prison for killing three people from Minnesota in an interstate crash in Wisconsin.
Clerk’s Allergy Caused Hands to Burn After Handling Cash
Authorities say a mysterious substance that was on some cash that caused a convenience store clerk's hands to burn was actually a carbohydrate powder that prompted an allergic reaction.
Minnesota Deputy Charged in Wisconsin Child Sex Crimes
A sheriff's deputy from Minnesota has been jailed in northwestern Wisconsin on felony child sex crimes.
Northern Minnesota Wildfire burns Nearly 6,000 Acres
A northern Minnesota wildfire has burned nearly 6,000 acres. The Minnesota Interagency Fire Center says the blaze that began Sunday evening remains very active due to westerly winds.