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4 Killed, 4 Injured in South Central Minnesota Crash
Four people have died and four others have been hospitalized following a two-vehicle collision in south central Minnesota.
Minnesota Adopts ‘Clean Car’ Rules to Foster Electric Shift
Minnesota has officially adopted regulations championed by Gov. Tim Walz to encourage the switchover to electric vehicles.
Multiple Agencies Fight Large Grain Elevator Fire in Clinton
Firefighters from three states and a dozen departments battled a large fire at a grain elevator in small western Minnesota city where some residents were evacuated.
Wildfire Warning Issued for Nine Counties in Minnesota
The National Weather Service has issued a wildfire warning for areas of north-central and northeast Minnesota.
Crane Collapse Causes Power Outage as Temps Reach Mid-90s
A crane fell over at a construction site in the Minneapolis suburb of Lexington on Friday, causing a power outage for nearly 900 customers in the area as temperatures were in the mid-90s.
Teen Employee Killed in Accident At Golden Valley Menards
An accident at a home improvement store in a Minneapolis suburb has killed an employee.
Labor Agreements Reached for Thousands of State Employees
Thousands of state employees in Minnesota would get a raise and a new paid holiday if labor contract agreements are finalized.
Update: 1 Dead, 2 Hurt in House Explosion, Fire in Princeton
Authorities say an explosion and fire at a house in Princeton left one person dead and two others with unknown injuries.
15-Year-Old Boy Shot in Anoka County Has Died
Anoka County sheriff's officials say a 15-year-old boy who was shot over the weekend in Fridley has died.
Minnesota House Speaker Defers Action on Embattled Lawmaker
Minnesota House Speaker Melissa Hortman has told her chamber's top Republican that she's not planning any immediate ethics action against embattled Rep. John Thompson.