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Chaz Saxon knew he was gambling with his health when he repeatedly engaged in unprotected sex with multiple male partners throughout the last 20 years. Saxon, of Minneapolis, worked as...
Nick Painovich owns Zippel Bay Resort on the southern shore of Lake of the Woods. All summer he takes loads of anglers to fertile walleye fisheries. In the evening sun he helps them back onto the dock and cleans the catch.
Lamberton, Minn. – When Ryan Batalden graduated from college, he worked for a time in a Twin Cities office. But, Batalden, who grew up on a farm, always felt the...
Electronic pulltab gambling has failed to pay out the big profits it promised ever since it launched in 2012 as a financing mechanism for a new NFL stadium. That's when Minnesota became the first state the legalize it. But the games are getting a reboot that backers say may fix what ails the new industry.
Flush with campaign money and buoyed by the Republican endorsement, political newcomer Mike McFadden seems a lock to win the Aug. 12 GOP primary.
Controversial bear researcher Lynn Rogers said he has removed radio collars from bears involved in a long-running research project near Ely, Minn.
Every seat in the 134-member Minnesota House is up for re-election this year, and lawmakers are already crafting their talking points to voters.
A progressive national think tank is criticizing the University of Minnesota for its level of spending on administration.
Opponents of the first permitted frac sand mine in Winona County told a three-judge panel of the Minnesota Court of Appeals today that the county should have required further study...
If pro football kept score in website clicks instead of touchdowns, the Minnesota Vikings might already have a championship trophy.