The federal government is proposing a rule change that would shorten family separations for people trying to fix their immigration status.
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No charges are expected after locked-out
American Crystal Sugar workers say vehicles bumped into them on a
Moorhead picket line.
A money transfer business that sends remittances from Minnesota to Somalia says it will re-open Friday to allow transfers in small dollar amounts.
The Minnesota Department of Natural resources is announcing details today of a new wolf hunting season for this fall.
Stadium opponents in Ramsey County are trying again to put a Vikings stadium deal before county voters.
By Dan Gunderson, Minnesota Public Radio News New federal rules in effect this week allow Minnesota Indian tribes to seek federal crime fighting help. Minnesota is one of six states where the state has primary criminal jurisdiction on most reservations. The new rules allow tribes to request that federal authorities investigate and prosecute crimes. The Read more →
A semi-trailer headed eastbound on Interstate 94 drove off the road onto a pond near Monticello this morning, then broke through the thin ice and sank.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A rare winter golf season in South Dakota is continuing for residents of Sioux Falls. KSFY television reports that the city’s Elmwood Golf Course will remain open through Tuesday. Course officials say temperatures reaching into the 40s to 50s through Tuesday led to the move. A warm dry winter with Read more →
By DAVE KOLPACK, Associated Press FARGO, N.D. (AP) — When a powerful blizzard ripped through North Dakota last winter, hundreds of drivers were stranded as white-out conditions shuttered interstates spanning the state. Snow whipped up by wind marred the lines between pavement and grassy drop-offs, leaving some scared motorists unsure what to do. Two local Read more →
Supporters call the intersection of Linden Avenue and 16th Street the “back door” to downtown Minneapolis, and say a stadium there would make a great portal to the city.