New climate maps are confirming what Minnesota's veteran gardeners have long suspected: The state is warmer -- and more hospitable to plants that generally only tolerate warmer climates. The Star Tribune has details ...
Isolated severe weather in Minnesota on Tuesday and Wednesday
Definitely not a slam dunk either day, but the chance is there.
Driver ejected in fatal crash on Shepard Road in St. Paul
The driver of a Dodge Ram was ejected and died at the scene.
'Stranger Things' star Joe Keery spotted at Minneapolis vintage shops
The Hollywood star is in Minnesota filming a new movie.
North Dakota's only abortion clinic relocating to Minnesota
A GoFundMe set up to help the clinic make the move to Minnesota has surpassed its $500,000 goal.
Deadly vehicle fire on Interstate 94 west of Fargo
The victim's age and name have not been released.
Overturning Roe v. Wade won't do a 'damn thing' to prevent abortions, Walz says
Gov. Tim Walz signed an executive order Saturday meant to protect abortion access in the state and people who come from out of state seeking one.
Man crossing Highway 13 in Burnsville fatally struck by driver
The victim is a 31-year-old man from Prior Lake.
MNGOP-endorsed candidate Walter Hudson calls for murder charges if people in restricted states travel for legal abortion
"Dick's Sporting Goods desperately wants to kill children," Hudson wrote in a tweet.
Charges: Cop feared for his life during struggle for gun with suspect
Allen Denzel Oliver-Hall has been charged with second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon.
New Minnesota law to bring gardens to state prisons
A new law taking effect in Minnesota next week means gardens may be popping up in the state's medium security prisons next spring. Glencoe Republican Rep. Glenn Gruenhagen is behind what he calls a "tough-love" law for offenders. Maintained by inmates, the gardens will produce food that will go to feed minimum-security unit inmates and families who get food from local food shelves.
Building a better beer? U of M scientist helps map barley genome
An international team that includes University of Minnesota scientist Gary Muehlbauer has mapped the genome of barley, one of the world's most important and genetically complex cereal crops, and a key beer ingredient. The researchers say the findings could lead to higher yields and a grain that can more easily handle climate change.
Which plants transformed Minnesota? Arboretum wants your suggestions ...
A horticulture expert at the U of M is leading an effort to compile a top-10 list of plants that transformed the state and changed how we live. Her team is asking students and the general public to weigh in. Mary Meyer says she hopes the idea spurs a conversation about plants and their impact.
Mall of America among shopping centers on Google's new indoor maps
Google is now mapping shopping centers and transportation hubs in the United States and Japan, and apparently already has the floor plan for the Mall of America in its database. Though, for now, the Associated Press reports, users can only view the maps on mobile devices running Google's Android platform.
Revised FEMA flood maps in Moorhead go into effect Tuesday
The new maps update the 100-year floodplain. Residents being added to a higher risk zone are urged to contact their insurance agents. FEMA is also revising Fargo's flood maps.
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