Fargo-based Cass-Clay creamery is voluntarily recalling some brands of peppermint bon bon-flavored ice cream because it may contain eggs that aren't listed on the label. The Associated Press reports the recalled products were distributed in Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota and Wisconsin.
St. Michael standoff suspect charged, bail set at $10 million
A judge on Monday set the high bail due to "very significant concerns of public safety" regarding Brandon Gardas.
Crisp & Green opening 13th store in Twin Cities in July
The fast-casual salad and grains restaurant has exploded onto the food scene.
Twins to host post-game concert with country star at Target Field
Country singer Cole Swindell is expected to perform for up to 75 minutes after the conclusion of the Blue Jays-Twins contest.
Canton Restaurant closes after nearly 40 years in Burnsville
It's the end of an era in the Twin Cities restaurant world.
Luck strikes in Minnesota: lottery winners in Duluth, Grand Marais
The North Shore just so happened to be a lucky place to be this past weekend.
60-year-old woman arrested after firing shots inside Spicer home
SWAT evacuated nearby residents during the incident.
Florida Georgia Line booked to play at the Minnesota State Fair
The band is the second country music act to be booked this year.
Isolated severe weather in Minnesota on Tuesday and Wednesday
Definitely not a slam dunk either day, but the chance is there.
Kemps buys Cass-Clay Creamery in Fargo
The Twin Cities-based company bought the dairy operation from New Ulm-based Associated Milk Producers Inc. Terms of the deal were not released. A Kemps spokeswoman told the Forum there is no plans to change the Cass-Clay brand and will continue to make milk, ice cream and yogurt, among other products.
Growing love for North Dakota in 2011
For many, North Dakota may never be a top winter vacation destination. In fact, The Weather Channel named Fargo "America's Toughest Weather City." However, that hasn't kept the Peace Garden State from having a successful 2011. According to the Fargo-Moorhead Forum, several magazines and websites praise NoDak for its booming economy and security.
Gov. Walker recall officially on in Wisconsin
What will surely be one of the most watched political contests in the country has just started next door. Wisconsin's Republican governor, Scott Walker, is facing a historic recall after more than a year of high-profile protests. So what happens next? Talking Points Memo explains the process, while the Los Angeles Times explores what this means for the presidential race and the larger political climate.
Organizers behind Wisconsin governor recall say they collected one million signatures
Recall supporters in Wisconsin say they are submitting one million signatures, which is nearly twice the number needed to trigger a recall election. The state elections board must verify the signatures, which could take months. Democrats are still searching for a candidate to run against Republican Gov. Scott Walker.
Whipping cream made in Minnesota being voluntarily recalled
A whipping cream product is being voluntarily yanked from the shelves following a consumer advisory issued by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. The Solway, Minn.-based product -- Blackstar Dairy heavy whipping cream -- has a sell-by date of June 17. So far no illnesses have been linked to the product.
You Can Get BMTN Special Offers!