The fish is finding its way into a few new places, but it still hasn't turned up in Minnesota.
Cop who pepper-sprayed downtown protesters received $150K payout
Samantha Belcourt said she "feared for her life."
Animales Barbeque Co. looks to open brick-and-mortar location
The popular food truck has partnered with the owner of Billy Sushi.
Here are some 2022 holiday shipping deadlines to keep in mind
Most deadlines are a few days before Christmas Eve.
Minneapolis will waive pet adoption fees on Friday
Pet licensing fees still apply to adoptions at the event.
Family who endured car theft ordeal surprised with trip to Universal Orlando
A father rescued his four children after a thief jumped in his car while he was getting something from his trunk.
ATF offering $5,000 reward for info on fire at condemned apartment building
The building sustained $1.8 million-worth of damage.
BCA IDs officer in fatal St. Paul shooting, says there was 'exchange of fire'
The sergeant has been an officer for 10 years.
Charges: Teen speeding before crash that killed mother, injured her son
The teenager was driving at speeds between 72-89 mph at the time of the crash.
Northland Vapor calls St. Paul regulators 'overzealous' in lawsuit over THC sales
The small Minnesota business said the lawsuit was "misleading" and "shameful."
Excelsior chocolate shop ransacked by thieves to reopen
Truffle Hill will reopen to the public on Friday.
Company agrees to changes after child workers found in MN meat plants
An investigation found children ages 13-17 working hazardous jobs at the plants.
Groups float ideas for stopping Asian carp migration
A privately funded group continues work on a fast-track plan to stop invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes. The group hopes to release its plan in January. The Detroit Free Press reports one of the options includes a series of barriers in the Illinois River to stop the destructive species from traveling from the Mississippi River through Chicago to Lake Michigan. Minnesota is part of a suit to force federal officials to speed up the effort to halt the fish before they spread further.
Legacy council approves $3M for Asian carp barrier
It allotment comes after the DNR asked for $10 million in emergency funding in order to build a barrier on the St. Croix River to deter the invasive fish. The council says they're shaving off money from several other projects in order to free up the money.
MN among 5 states urging high court to speed up Asian carp response
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has promised a study of the invasive fish will be ready by 2015. The states worry that will be too late to keep the carp out from making their way into the Great Lakes. They've asked the U.S. Supreme Court to order a faster federal response.
North Dakota oil boom drives up costs in western Minnesota
Contractors for some jobs are hard to find and more expensive in Minnesota. That's because they can find more work to the west, where the booming oil industry is fueling fast-paced growth.
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