Jacqueline Snyder has struggled with eczema, multiple sclerosis, and asthma for most of her 29 years. But in the last year things have gotten much better. And she says the credit belongs to 85 hookworms implanted in her body in an alternative procedure that's prohibited in the U.S.
Abortion-rights protestors clash with driver in downtown Duluth
Police say they've cleared the driver of any wrong-doing.
Report: Hundreds of Delta flights for holiday weekend don't have pilots
It could be a brutal travel weekend due to major staffing issues at Delta.
Animal Humane Society plans trailblazing new campus
Take a look inside the plans for a first-of-its-kind adoption center and animal care campus.
Minnesota reports 'concerning level' of syphilis cases
The Minnesota Department of Health says most of the cases are being discovered in the northern part of the state.
Airport police intercept 5,600 fentanyl pills headed to St. Cloud
Three were arrested following a police raid in St. Cloud.
Kris Lindahl files trademark for 'iconic' arms out pose
"The pose has become iconic," Lindahl said.
Man shot inside Oakdale movie theater expected to survive
The 23-year-old victim underwent surgery and is recovering at the hospital.
Driver falls asleep, crashes through restaurant wall near Duluth
Alcohol was not a factor in the crash.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, June 29
One of the newly reported deaths was a person aged 15-19 from Yellow Medicine County.
Daughter of Duluth House candidate says she was abandoned
A write-in candidate for House district 7B in Duluth is being accused of abandoning his daughter 18 years ago. His estranged daughter reached out to the local newspaper claiming his actions are no better than those made by Rep. Kerry Gauthier. Gauthier recently dropped his bid for reelection after admitting to engaging in sexual activity with a 17-year-old boy at a Duluth rest stop.
Triathlete says she won't let otter bites keep her from competing
The last time Leah Prudhomme went for a swim in Island Lake she was attacked by a possibly rabid otter. But she's determined not to let the 25 bites she sustained - or the rabies shots she's getting - keep her from competing in this weekend's triathlon.
Bachmann says she's not giving up on New Hampshire
Michele Bachmann tells Fox News her presidential campaign will replace New Hampshire staff members who quit last week. She says she has focused more time on Iowa because its presidential caucuses precede the New Hampshire primary.
Woman claims she was fired for smelling like cigarette smoke
Stephanie Cannon of Fridley believes she's the victim of discrimination – fired from a hospital receptionist job because she smelled like cigarette smoke, KSTP reports. She said she did all she could to avoid smelling like smoke. She claims her employer suggested she shower at work and also avoid her cigarette-smoking husband before coming to the job.
Report: Lindsey Vonn owes $1.7 million in taxes
World Cup champion skier Lindsey Vonn reportedly owes the IRS $1.7 million in delinquent federal taxes. According to the Detroit News, a tax lien was filed against Vonn and her husband Thomas in Nevada on April 2. In an e-mail, Vonn vows she'll pay it all back.
Ex-Mayo staffer peeked at health records of 'other woman'
A onetime Mayo Clinic employee has admitted that suspicions that her live-in boyfriend was cheating on her left her unable to resist illegally accessing another woman's medical records. She uncovered information about a pregnancy, and ultimately, lost her job and was sentenced to probation and community service.
Mahtomedi Betty's Pies will close at end of month; bank says shop owes $281,000 back rent
Betty's owners tell the Pioneer Press that, despite a good customer base, the Mahtomedi location has struggled financially for years and it's time to close the doors. The original spot in Two Harbors is still going strong.
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