Antibiotic-resistant germs, arsenic-laced feed, and salmonella recalls all beset the turkey-growing industry in 2011. As Americans sit down with their favorite Thanksgiving fowl, it might be worth considering what went into to getting the bird to your table.
Eden Prairie-based crypto company files for bankruptcy
The company operates crypto-mining centers.
1 dead, 2 with life-threatening injuries in Minnesota crash
The crash happened just after 7:30 p.m. Friday.
School bus carrying students plunges into river southwest of Fargo
None of the kids suffered life-threatening injuries, though some were taken to area hospitals.
Richfield High School cancels weekend events after shooting
Two men were shot outside the school's football stadium
Sound of shots, mass panic at Richfield football game streamed live on YouTube
Gunfire caused panic at a varsity football game Friday night.
Gunfire outside stadium halts Richfield/Kennedy football game
This is a developing story.
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Gov. Walz reacts to Tuesday death of Mankato West student
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Three plead guilty to roles in murder on Red Lake Reservation
The 2019 murder left another person seriously injured.
Sheriff: Heifer shot and butchered on farmer's pasture near Aitkin
Anyone with information regarding the incident is encouraged to call the Clearwater County Sheriff's Office.
Minnesota is top Thanksgiving turkey producer this year
Minnesota has raised the most turkeys, and Wisconsin will supply the most cranberries for the Thanksgiving Day feasts this year.
Government confirms salmonella in latest Cargill turkey recall
Officials say both cases stem from the same processing plant in Arkansas. The initial salmonella outbreak from last month was linked to one death and 77 illnesses. No illnesses have been reported in the latest recall.
Wild turkey in Sauk Rapids ties up traffic 4-5 times a week
Authorities say they have no plans to trap or kill a wild bird that has become a well-known nuisance in the central Minnesota city. But they do hope it moves along. The St. Cloud Times says the same wild turkey regularly wanders onto a downtown road and just stands there.
President Obama to pardon 2 turkeys from Minnesota
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