Members of Congress are asking questions this week about domestic use of unmanned aircraft systems.
A sleeping teenager was ejected from a car traveling north of Blackduck, then had to wait for the car’s driver to notice she was missing.
A group trying to save the Regional Treatment Center in Fergus Falls hope 1,200 people show up on Saturday for an event designed to draw attention to efforts to save the historic building from the wrecking ball.
A Bemidji group focused on race relations will host a community anti-racism rally Thursday. The Shared Vision-sponsored rally is in response to a recent cross burning incident at a residence north of the city.
The International Falls Economic Development Authority as been awarded a $657,000 grant to construct a warehouse that will aid international shipping and create jobs.
Youth programming efforts on the Red Lake Indian Reservation got a big boost this week. The Red Lake Nation received a $750,000 community development grant from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community south of the Twin Cities.
A local arts based initiative is trying to encourage Fargo Moorhead residents to volunteer in the community as a way to celebrate a flood free spring.
Another batch of winners has been announced by the IDEA Competition in northwest Minnesota. Now in its fourth year, the competition is designed to encourage homegrown entrepreneurs who have innovative ideas or inventions.
Walleyes, northern pike and perch have begun their spawning runs in many northern lakes.
A Foreign Trade Zone is just one idea among many White Earth is pursuing in an effort to diversify the economy in an impoverished part of the state.