Consumers are suing ConAgra Foods, arguing the company's Hebrew National hot dogs are not really kosher. The group says the processing of the meat does not meet the standards needed to qualify as kosher. ConAgra says it stands behind the kosher label.
Body found in burned out car near Bird Island identified as local farmer
The deceased is a 59-year-old man from rural Bird Island.
I-94 temporarily closed in Moorhead as man was rescued from bridge
The man was on a railroad bridge support pillar.
Minneapolis' Khâluna named in Eater's 2022 'Best New Restaurants'
The restaurant, opened in 2021, is known for its Laotian cuisine.
3 pedestrians struck by drivers Monday in Minnesota; 2 dead
The victims involved a 39-year-old man and two 74-year-old men.
Shifting storm tracks: Significant storms Friday, next week?
Sven Sundgaard has the details on an interesting forecast.
Worker suffers serious injury in rooftop fall in rural Minnesota
The man only fell a few feet, but suffered a serious leg injury.
Minnesota cowboy severely injured while bull riding at national tournament
Reid Oftedahl suffered a head and neck injury.
Minnesota reports massive projected budget surplus of $17.6 billion
The huge surplus comes as the DFL prepares to assume a trifecta of the Legislature and the Governor's House.
Boil water advisory issued for part of Minneapolis after water main break
The main break caused significant flooding in an area of North Minneapolis Monday evening.
Deals struck between nursing union and hospitals, potentially averting strike
A strike was scheduled to start on Dec. 11 if a deal was not reached.
Make the Most of your Solar Panels with Energy Storage
Solar energy is great during the day, but what happens when the sun goes down?
Dogs wed in St. Paul for 'Paws on Grand'
The Wedding Shoppe in St. Paul hosted its fourth annual dog wedding event Sunday as part of Paws on Grand, a business promotion to encourage dog owners to shop. About 100 pups were dressed in tuxedos and dresses, looking somewhat bewildered as vows were read declaring them "forever friends and canine companions."
Official: Be wary of farmers' 'organic' label
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture advises consumers to carefully look for the USDA organic label or certifier seal if they are truly looking for organic food. Some farmers may claim to be "organic" but may not meet the standards, agriculture officials say.
WCCO newsroom breaks silence on 'dog meat' controversy
A memo from the station's news director says they now believe the worker at a New York City meat market did say "duck," not "dog," when asked whether the market sold dog meat. WCCO later published an investigation alleging the market was selling meat from dogs bred in Minnesota. The station yanked the story but issued no correction or apology.
Experts accuse Wisconsin dairy board of making deceptive claims
The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board says dairy products can help people lose weight, but some nutrition experts dispute such claims, and a consumer protection lawyer says the board's claims qualify as "deceptive" under Wisconsin law.
Dispute over St. Paul city housing code goes to U.S. Supreme Court
Rental property owners in St. Paul claim the city's housing code will drive up their costs and limit their ability to rent to African-Americans, who make up a disproportionate share of low-income renters. The property owners claim the city is violating the Fair Housing Act by aggressively enforcing the code. City officials say it's the landlords who are trying to evade the fair housing rules by avoiding maintenance and renting out dilapidated housing.
Note leads police to 38 starving sled dogs in St. Louis County
A woman left the message -- saying both she and nearly 40 dogs were starving at their home near Orr. Officials say the animals were malnourished and underweight.
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