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A Duluth woman has died after being struck by a vehicle near Twin Ponds on Tuesday evening, and authorities said the driver of the vehicle is in custody after allegedly fleeing the scene.
BATTLE LAKE, Minn. – The driver of a car involved in a head-on crash with a semi truck was killed on Highway 210 west of here Wednesday morning, the State...
BISMARCK – North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has formed a committee to accept campaign contributions toward his likely bid for governor in 2016. Stenehjem said he created the “Stenehjem...
BISMARCK – A judicial panel dealt another setback Tuesday to a federal water rule that has been temporarily blocked from taking effect nationwide. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S...
Christopher Myers, the man who has been North Dakota's acting U.S. attorney, was recently named interim U.S. attorney for the state.
Strong winds contributed to the rollover of a semi over the weekend on U.S. Highway 83, 16 miles south of Murdo.
WINDOM — Southwest Minnesota’s last remaining beef processing facility announced Monday that it is closing its doors. PM Beef in Windom (PM Windom) reportedly broke the news during meetings with...
A five-year old child was injured Saturday morning after reportedly falling from a second-story window and landing on a concrete stairway.
A SWAT team was deployed when a man driving a stolen vehicle on Interstate 94 fled a state trooper and crashed into a wetland Monday, the Minnesota State Patrol said.
WAYZATA — An 8-year-old girl who died Sunday after being reported unresponsive at Lake Minnetonka was a victim of carbon monoxide poisoning, according to her school principal. Principal Tony Washington...