NICOLLET, Minn. (AP) — If there's one lesson that Kimberly Salisbury has learned from selling industrial and commercial equipment in online auctions, it's that people will buy anything.
ST. PAUL — Four Minnesota Republican congressmen and the state party have found themselves entangled in the web surrounding two indicted associates of Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney.
Minnesota’s pheasant hunting season starts this weekend, but the outlook isn’t so bright for hunters this year. Record-amount snow and rain delayed pheasant nesting by 10 days later than average, and the longterm trend of pheasant population decrease continues this year in Minnesota, the sta…
ST. PAUL — President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence made a push for their new North American trade deal, urging Minnesotans to ask their representatives to approve the agreement.
BRAINERD, Minn. — The Minnesota Supreme Court has sided with a firefighters’ union in a dispute with the city of Brainerd over its move to a part-time department.
As Republicans prepare to rally behind President Trump in Minneapolis, Democrats have plenty of candidates but no good sense of who will become their nominee to run against him next year.
Money may not grow on trees — but the carbon that trees store could be worth millions, as consumers, companies and governments ramp up efforts to fight climate change.
As the crow flies, Tom and Elaine Trotman live about ¾ of a mile from the house he grew up in and the house that has been in his family for well over a hundred years, but in many ways they are even much closer than that.
About 30 protesters wearing red hats and shirts in support of President Trump gathered outside Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey’s office on Wednesday afternoon. One woman wore a light-up cape with Trump’s name on it.
Despite its public outreach efforts, the state Department of Health announced Wednesday that unsafe sleeping practices continue to account for a majority of Minnesota’s sudden and unexpected infant deaths.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The conflict on which President Donald Trump thrives arrived in Minnesota well ahead of his touchdown in the liberal heart of a state he craves to win next year.
Minnesota is among the nation’s top 10 producers of eggs, chickens, and pheasants, and is the number one turkey producer in the world. A high percentage of these producers are independent, family owned farms—third, fourth, and fifth generation. Minnesota’s rural communities have grown up aro…
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The fridge was empty when Mia Rose decided to dig between the couch cushions looking for any change that may have fallen there. She was young — only about 9 years old at the time. Walking hand-in-hand with her younger brother, they made their way to the dollar store to buy…
All travelers going through Terminal 1 of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport again will have access to both north and south security checkpoints. The change begins Tuesday.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota authorities intent on recovering thousands of dollars in lost tobacco taxes have set their sights on Interstate 94, just west of the Minnesota-Wisconsin border.
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Mayo Clinic plans to renovate and upgrade 56,000 square feet of downtown public and staff subways as well as other public areas in the next 14 months.
One hundred years of farming the same plot of land within the family is no small feat. It should go without saying that farming is tough work that requires an inventive mind as well as an admirable stick-to-itiveness.
EAGAN, Minn. — Defensive end Everson Griffen was so irritated by the Minnesota Vikings’ multitude of penalties Sunday that he did some research when he got home.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska began preparing for this week’s game at unbeaten Minnesota as if sophomore Noah Vedral would start at quarterback in place of Adrian Martinez.
ST. PAUL — Tribal leaders have a direct line to the Minnesota governor and the lieutenant governor, a renewed commitment that the state government will work in consultation with them and now a first of its kind effort to have agency commissioners undergo training to better understand tribes.
Austin will become the epicenter of upland bird hunting this weekend when the city hosts the Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The union representing workers at pork processing plants sued the federal government on Monday to challenge a new rule that allows companies to set line speeds and turn over more food safety tasks to company employees.
Nick Haddad studies the very rarest butterflies in the world. He’s a professor of integrative biology at Michigan State University and lives in Kalamazoo. His new book is called “The Last Butterflies: A Scientist’s Quest to Save a Rare and Vanishing Creature.”
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The centerpiece of DFL lawmakers’ plans to fight the climate crisis is a mandate that would make the energy grid carbon-free by 2050. But at the Minnesota Capitol, another climate measure, this one known as “Clean Energy First,” has drawn just as much attention — and may h…
State leaders and relatives of veterans who died by suicide were among those who gathered Saturday in North St. Paul for the inaugural observance of Veterans Suicide Prevention and Awareness Day in Minnesota.
More than 150 years ago, a pregnant woman and her husband did something that probably wouldn't be advised under the best of conditions today.
WINONA, Minn. — For the first time in 22 years, state legislators this week boarded buses in St. Paul and fanned out across southeastern Minnesota over three days for a series of tours, hearings and conversations billed as a mini session.
ROCHESTER, Minn. — The number of confirmed and probable cases of vaping-related serious lung illness in Minnesota have more than tripled in the last 28 days and are concentrated in the Twin Cities and surrounding suburbs, according to Minnesota Department of Health case investigation data pr…
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Trump administration announced Friday it plans to implement new rules that will increase demand for ethanol, reversing a decline caused by exemptions given to oil refineries.
ROCHESTER, Minn. — A day after one of the most prestigious medical journals in the country declared the evidence against red meat to be small and weak, howls of protest rang out from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, a…
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The mother of a 13-year-old girl whose arrest by St. Paul, Minnesota, police sparked an angry backlash on social media says her daughter has a mental illness and that officers were overly aggressive in handling her.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Knees in the dirt, Mike Rodriguez dug through a plastic bin at the Mission Open Air Market on San Antonio’s South Side and pulled out an unexpected treasure.
The historic Eckberg family farm dates back to when the Bernadotte Township was first founded in 1869. 150 years after its establishment, the now 130-acre farm has stood as the home for five generations of Eckbergs and was at the forefront of agricultural innovations in the township.
CROSSLAKE, Minn. — Each day when Larry Walton backed his car out of the pole barn, he’d see the oil painting that reminded him of his bush pilot days in Alaska.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and Human Rights Commissioner Rebecca Lucero late Wednesday, Oct. 2, announced they would challenge a St. Cloud video company’s effort to refuse to film same-sex weddings based on its owners’ deeply-held religious beliefs.
When asked to reflect on the centennial anniversary of his family's farm, Joe Jacobson simply answered, "A hundred years is a hundred years."
When that first cough starts to persist and mucus starts to drip, it can be anxiety-inducing to figure out how and where to receive the most affordable health care. If you need to see a doctor that day but are not willing to wait hours in the emergency room, you could be out of luck as the m…
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Health experts, physicians and pharmacists on Wednesday, Oct. 2, weighed in on why prescription drug prices have ballooned in Minnesota and elsewhere and what the state could do to stave off the increases.