Record high prices for corn and soybeans have more Minnesotans looking to give farming a try. But the toughest part of getting started is finding an affordable piece of land. The demand for farmland is pushing up rents, which have risen more than 50 percent in five years.
1 dead, 1 arrested after shooting involving teens in Duluth
A 17-year-old was arrested around 1:45 a.m. Sunday. Neither the victim nor the suspect has been identified.
NASCAR driver joins MN boy in reclaiming 'Let's go Brandon' slogan
Brandon Brundidge gained recognition when his mother shared the story of how he found inspiration in "Let's go Brandon" signs.
White supremacist propaganda flyers distributed in Cottage Grove
The department said the flyers have been left in driveways throughout the city.
6-year-old Northfield girl missing, mother dead of apparent suicide
Anyone who had seen the girl or her mother in the past two weeks should call Northfield police.
Kristi Noem's response to 10-year-old Ohio girl pregnant after being raped
Abortion is illegal in South Dakota unless the mother's life is in danger.
Sheriff: Deputy shoots gun-wielding man in western Wisconsin
One deputy fired on the man, striking him in an unknown area of his body.
Man found dead in 26 inches of water in Le Sueur County
The 45-year-old was found in near the shoreline on Lake Washington.
Betty Danger's in NE Minneapolis for sale for $4.2 million
The asking price includes the restaurant's ferris wheel, as well as a nearby single-family home.
Child riding bicycle killed by suspected drunk driver near Elko New Market
A 72-year-old Lakeville man has been arrested.
Minnesota health officials warn monkeypox cases could grow rapidly
The state has so far confirmed only six cases of monkeypox virus.
High commodity prices have a side effect for farmers: a shortage of seeds
Strong crop prices have farmers around the country planting more acreage. Ag officials are advising growers to get their seeds now because the most popular varieties of corn may not be available later.
Record incomes helps Minnesota farming attract younger people
Corn and soybean prices are near historic highs and that's drawing a new generation to crop farming. The president of the Minnesota Farmers Union told The Oklahoman the new interest is a welcome sign after the average age of a Minnesota farmer hit 55.3 in 2007. “You have to have new people to come into any business or industry if it is to stay alive," Doug Peterson said.
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