The sugar giant will offer beet growers in the Red River Valley a lower price this year, partly because of the financial toll of its lockout of 1,300 union workers. But the company says it has already replaced more than half of those workers. Crystal promised growers higher prices next year, when the company expects all of the locked out workers will have been replaced.
Michigan man pleads guilty to hit-and-run that injured Edina student
The 26-year-old went around a school bus as the teen boarded.