The Star Tribune reports the Wisconsin farm has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in subsidies over the years. Those subsidies have also helped build the value of the property to about $4 million.
Woman seriously hurt in shooting outside downtown Minneapolis Target
The victim is in her 20s.
Man, woman arrested after shots fired from BMW at 3 motorcyclists
The driver of the BMW led police on a chase, driving the wrong way on state highways.
Drive Shack Inc. announces upcoming 'Puttery' venue in Minneapolis
The growing business backed by Rory McIlroy is coming to the Twin Cities.
BCA: Man was 'running towards' deputy with knife before fatal shooting
The Minnesota BCA has identified the four deputies who fired weapons.
MN Gun Owners Caucus won't endorse gubernatorial candidate in 2022
The organization endorsed Scott Jensen for Minnesota Senate in 2016.
Man who threw gun on WCCO roof charged with murder, manslaughter
The man originally lied and claimed someone else shot the victim.
18-year-old from Zumbrota dies in Goodhue County crash
The crash happened in rural Goodhue County around 8:45 a.m. Wednesday.
3 Minneapolis beaches closed due to E. coli contamination
No illnesses have been reported, according to the MPRB.
'Hockeyland' documentary debuting in Minnesota movie theaters
The documentary has received great reviews at numerous film festivals.
Former Minnesota Olympic runner accused of driving drunk in Eden Prairie crash
Police said the man's blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit.
Farmers may lose federal subsidies in favor of beefed up insurance
Lawmakers are looking to cut costs in the new farm bill. Minnesota Congressman Collin Peterson says much of the savings will come from replacing direct subsidies with an insurance program. The crop insurance will subsidize farm income if commodity prices fall below certain levels.
Farm family discovers livestock were saved from fire by passerby
A family that farms near Watkins in Stearns County came home over the weekend to discover a fire had destroyed their cattle barn -- but not the cattle. The sheriff's office reports a passerby noticed the flames and tried to alert the family. Finding them not at home, he turned the animals loose himself.
Report: Great Lakes shipping is huge business for Minnesota and region
Shipping on the Great Lakes brings thousands of jobs, hundreds of millions of dollars in income and more than a billion dollars in business revenue to Minnesota, according to a new study.
New deficit plan cuts $10B in Minnesota farm subsidies
The plan will also cut federal contributions to crop insurance programs and land conservation programs. Obama has proposed a total of $3 trillion in deficit reduction.
Artwork reported stolen found in owner's St. Paul garage
Works by Salvador Dali, Rembrandt, Erte and others worth hundreds of thousands of dollars were reported stolen in 2007. Investigators found the works in the owner's garage--after he collected insurance payments.
Salmonella illnesses linked to organic eggs from Owatonna farm
State health officials say at least six people in Minnesota have been sickened after eating the eggs between mid-August through the end of last month. Eggs affected by this recall were also distributed under the Lunds & Byerly's Organic and Kowalski Organic brands in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.
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