MPR reports an Australian company is opening a carp-harvesting facility in Wabasha on Friday. The common carp is an invasive species here, but it's also a staple food on the other side of the world.
Timberwolves' winning streak snapped at five games
The Wolves' bid for their longest winning streak since 2014 came up short.
Teen arrested over fatal shooting of 5-year-old boy in Brooklyn Park
Police say the teen was filming a social media video while handling a gun.
President Biden coming to Minnesota to promote Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Tuesday's trip follows passage of the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal.
Kaprizov gets into the holiday spirit to rout Jets
Kirill Kaprizov's four points led the Wild to a 7-1 victory.
Coller: Cure to Vikings' disrupted season lies in an explosive passing game
The Vikings go to San Francisco knowing that a win would be a huge boost to their playoff hopes.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Friday, November 26
The latest from MDH.
Judge upholds star QBs suspension for state championship game
Sam Backer, of Chatfield Senior High, won't be allowed to play in Friday's title game.
Austin community leader 'brutally murdered' on trip to Ethiopia
He had been visiting his sick father.
Another 5,000 lbs. of goldfish removed from Carver County lakes
It all likely stemmed from people dumping their pets into local waters a few years ago.
Appeal to find 19-year-old missing from Bloomington
The teen left her home on Monday afternoon.
Deaths of twin fetuses after woman was shot ruled a double homicide
The woman was shot in the abdomen in mid-September.
Three people found dead in Fridley residence, investigation launched
The discovery was made Wednesday afternoon.
Asian carp may infiltrate Minnesota from northwestern Iowa
State officials on the lookout for Asian carp have been monitoring the Mississippi River. But there are new fears that the invasive species may use another gateway to Minnesota. Anglers in northwestern Iowa have caught dozens of the carp in waters that connect through streams and lakes to southern Minnesota.
Scientists say Asian carp could spread through all Great Lakes in 20 years
A risk analysis by U.S. and Canadian researchers finds the food supply and breeding areas in the Great Lakes would allow Asian carp to spread rapidly. The report says just ten breeding females and a few males would be enough of a foothold for the invasive fish to populate all five of the Great Lakes.
Supreme Court won't close locks to keep carp out of Great Lakes
The Associated Press reports the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal filed by Minnesota and other Great Lakes states. The states asked the court to order the closure of shipping locks in the Chicago area to prevent the invasive Asian carp from spreading farther north.
Bill in Washington would close St. Anthony Falls lock if Asian carp are found
The Army Corps of Engineers wants authority to close the lock and dam at Minneapolis' St. Anthony Falls at a moment's notice if invasive carp are found nearby. Supporters of the idea include the Minnesota DNR and Sen. Amy Klobuchar, who say stopping the migration of Asian carp up the Mississippi is needed to protect northern Minnesota waters.
Policymakers see St. Anthony Falls as line in sand in fight against Asian carp
State and federal officials are pushing a bill in Congress that would close the lock and dam at St. Anthony Falls if the invasive fish is found nearby. They say if Asian carp get any farther up the Mississippi River, they would threaten Minnesota's $11 billion tourism industry.
Federal leader of Asian carp fight focused on Great Lakes, skeptical of Miss. River plan
The Obama administration's point man in the fight against invasive Asian carp says his agency is focused on protecting the Great Lakes. But he doubts the plan Sen. Amy Klobuchar is pushing is a viable way to keep the fish out of the upper Mississippi River.
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