Some Minnesota clinics have come up with a simple prescription for improving their patients' health: food. Research shows hungry children are hospitalized more often. They're at higher risk for developmental problems.
Police are looking for the owner of a pit bull that attacked and killed a smaller dog and injured a man in a Minneapolis park. Steve Roesch and his wife, Julene Lind, were walking their three dogs in Kingfield Park Sunday when a pit bull broke loose from its owner headed for the couple and their dogs.
Authorities have released the three people who were arrested after a fatal shooting at a Mankato nightclub over the weekend. Blue Earth County's chief prosecutor said Monday that he's not sure when his office will file charges in the case. Authorities have 48 hours in which to file charges following an arrest.
A woman is accused of tying two horses to a tree in northern Minnesota, more than two weeks before the animals were found starved to death. Twenty-eight-year-old Minden Crenshaw of Park Rapids faces three felony counts of mistreating animals.
Snow and cold continue to put field work on ice at farms across Minnesota. In its weekly crop progress and condition report for the state, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says it received reports of limited corn planting from southwestern Minnesota last week, as well as some planting of oats, spring wheat and barley.
Almost 50 years after the Beatles made their only Minnesota appearance, Paul McCartney has been booked for another ballpark concert. The Minnesota Twins announced Monday that McCartney will bring his "Out There" tour to Target Field for a Saturday night show on Aug. 2.
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