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Preliminary Report: Fentanyl Deaths Rise in Minnesota
The number of people who died from the synthetic opioid fentanyl surged in 2017.
Indiana Company Buys $3M Worth of Property in Minnesota
Southeast Minnesota officials aren't sure why an Indiana company has spent more than $3 million acquiring property in their area.
Man Dies More Than A Week After Forada Assault
Douglas County sheriff's officials say they're investigating the death of a man who was found beaten outside a bar in Forada more than a week ago.
Fugitive Grandma Pleads Not Guilty to Florida Murder Charge
A Minnesota woman accused of killing her husband and a Florida woman before leading authorities on a cross-country manhunt has entered a not guilty plea to a second-degree murder charge.
Investigators Say Princeton Pilot Flying Too Low Before Fatal Crash
Federal investigators have concluded the pilot of a small plane was flying too low over the Mississippi River last October just before crashing into the water, killing himself and his wife.
Lawmakers’ to-do List is Long, but Time is Running Short
Just like they started the session, Minnesota's Legislature is entering the homestretch with a long to-do list. But now they have only a week to finish it.
Investigation: Few Minnesota Schools Test for Radon
A Minnesota television station's investigation has found that most schools in the state don't test school buildings for radon.
3 Men Set Off to Paddle Mississippi, Hope to Break Record
Three men have set off on what they hope will be a record-setting journey paddling down the Mississippi River.
Minnesota House, Senate Strike Deal on Tax Bill
Minnesota Republican lawmakers have agreed on a plan they say would cut taxes for 2.2 million residents.
60 Dead Cats Among 100 Animals Discovered at Minnesota Home
Authorities say a Minnesota woman has been arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after investigators found about 100 animals at her home, including 60 dead cats.