The Associated Press
Delta Reduces Flights to Korea As Virus Outbreak Spreads
The new virus is taking a broader toll on airline travel. Most airlines have already stopped flying to China, and now Delta Air Lines is sharply cutting back on flights between the U.S. and Seoul, South Korea, because of the outbreak.
Audit: Minnesota Prison Safety Suffers Due to Guard Shortage
Minnesota's legislative auditor says the safety of inmates and staff at the state's prisons has suffered due to chronic shortages of correctional officers and an increasing reliance on overtime.
Pilot Killed in Plane Crash Was Minneapolis Businessman
The man who died in a small plane crash in Hennepin County was the co-owner of a Twin Cities gardening business.
Relatives Identify 3 Found Dead in Apple Valley
Court documents say the older of two sons fatally shot his mother and brother before killing himself in an Apple Valley home this past weekend.
Investigators Work to Determine Cause of Alexandria Fire
Investigators worked to learn what caused a massive fire that wiped out part of downtown Alexandria.
Fire in Downtown Alexandria Extinguished
More than 100 firefighters from multiple departments worked to put out the fire.
‘Momma On A Mission’ Backs Walz’s Call for Farm Safety Money
Gov. Tim Walz has proposed more funding to reduce farm accidents by reimbursing farmers who retrofit their tractors and grain bins with safety equipment.
Roofing Company Banned from Doing Business in North Dakota
State officials say a roofing company has been banned from doing business in North Dakota.
Andover House Fire Kills 1 Man, Sends 2 Teens to Hospital
Authorities say a fire at an Andover home killed a man and sent two teenage boys to the hospital.
Fargo to Begin Filling Sandbags in Case of Red River Flooding
A city building dubbed Sandbag Central will soon be open for business as Fargo leaders prepare for spring flooding along the Red River.