Authorities say the four boys had been last seen on the Sugar River in Wisconsin while canoeing with the rest of their troop. But the boys became separated from the group at a portage near Sugar River Park.
Minnesota State Fair reestablishes a police department
The fair had been contracting with the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office.
Minnetonka to consider removing middle school mask requirement
The school board has been impressed by vaccination rates among middle school students.
Friday winter storm could hit Twin Cities, southern Minnesota
Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard is already monitoring the forecast.
Teen student arrested for threats toward MN middle school
The Sauk Rapids middle school and high school were closed Monday.
Rally for trans child outed during Hastings school board race draws big crowd
Hastings has been in the spotlight since the child's family was featured in a CNN story.
Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo to retire next month
He's overseen the MPD since mid-2017, following the killing of Justine Ruszczyk Damond
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Monday, December 6
The latest from the state health department.
'Minneapolis, we're coming!!!': Foo Fighters announce rescheduled concert
The previously announced Huntington Bank Stadium was cancelled.
Original Broadway Pizza closes, iconic caboose headed to museum
The restaurant closed in November.
Brave New Workshop gets new owners in Hennepin Theatre Trust
It is the longest-running satirical comedy theater in the nation.
Minnesota firefighters mourn sudden death of colleague
Aaron Bidle of the Loretto Fire Department passed away suddenly Wednesday.
Snowmobiler goes through the ice on lake near Duluth
Ice thickness varies greatly throughout Minnesota right now.
Minnesota Cub Scout honored with heroism award
Antonio Vandal was given a national award for helping save his friend's life. The 10-year-old Cub Scout and his dad were on their first canoe trip in 2010 when a young boy without a lifejacket was tossed into the rushing Namekagon River. Antonio and his dad quickly came to the rescue and helped pull the boy to safety.
Biggest Boy Scout group in Minn. won't ban gays
Minnesota's biggest Boy Scout group says that gays and lesbians remain welcome in its troops, despite a national announcement that the Boy Scouts of America will continue to bar those who are "open or avowed homosexuals." "We're a reflection of the community," said Kent York, spokesman for the Northern Star Council, which has 75,000 Scouts in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Search resumes for missing autistic boy in Prescott, Wis.
The parents of a 5-year-old Wisconsin boy were clinging to hope he'll be found as searchers regrouped Wednesday morning about 25 miles southeast of the Twin Cities. More than 500 volunteers spent Tuesday searching through grass and wooded areas for Scotty Meyer. The non-verbal autistic boy disappeared while the air conditioner at his family’s home was being repaired at about noon Tuesday.
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