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ST. PAUL—The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources on Thursday, Nov. 3, announced that the winter walleye regulation will allow anglers to keep one walleye between 19 and 21 inches or one longer than 28 inches. The 2016-17 winter regulation continues last winter's one fish limit but moves the harvest slot up slightly from last year's 18 to 20 inches. The winter walleye season begins Thursday, Dec. 1, and extends through Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017.
BEMIDJI—Officials are are reminding parents to inspect of any Halloween candy or treats after a person reported finding a needle inside a candy bar. On Tuesday, the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office responded to call in the 700 block of Whisperwood Court Southwest in Grant Valley Township for the report of some candy that had been tampered with, the sheriff's office said in a release.
NEAR CANNON BALL, N.D. – A standoff between law enforcement and Dakota Access Pipeline opponents on the banks of a creek Wednesday, Nov. 2, resulted in dozens of people being...
A bear in a tree outside the Radisson Hotel in downtown Duluth drew a steady stream of onlookers Wednesday morning. The Duluth Police Department blocked off a portion of West First Street behind the hotel, near the Civic Center, for a brief time before authorities appeared to adopt a hands-off approach, to let the bear climb down on its own and make its way to the parks and undeveloped areas of the city that in Duluth are just a few blocks from downtown.
After 40 years of providing music to the community, the owners of Scott's Music Store have decided to retire. Instead of selling the shop, they are holding a retirement liquidation.
A man is accused of an armed robbery late Tuesday night in Fargo. Breon Jones, 19, of Fargo is in custody. Police say just after 11:30 p.m., officers responded to...
MORTON COUNTY, N.D.—A grass fire that torched the hillsides Sunday across from the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance camp was intentionally set, Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier confirmed Tuesday, Nov. 1. Kirchmeier said the fire reported early Sunday is still under investigation, but authorities believe it was intentionally set because individuals were seen leaving the area of the fire. He estimated the fire damaged 400 acres. No information was available from the state fire marshal.
MANDAN, N.D. — The Morton County Sheriff's Department said it will not file charges against a man who pulled a rifle from his pickup truck as he was confronted by Dakota Access Pipeline protesters Thursday, providing a description of events that differed from the one shared by protesters.
GLYNDON, Minn.—One person suffered what are believed to be minor injuries when he was exposed to an anhydrous ammonia leak Tuesday morning, Nov. 1, between Dilworth and Glyndon. The leak was reported about 10 a.m. at the junction of Highway 336 and Highway 10 at the Kragnes Elevator.
GLYNDON, Minn.—One person suffered what are believed to be minor injuries when he was exposed to an anhydrous ammonia leak Tuesday morning, Nov. 1, between Dilworth and Glyndon.