A U of M researcher says when the pesticide is applied to the soil it's picked up by plants and gets into the pollen and nectar. Beekeepers want the Environmental Protection Agency to do more testing of the pesticide, which was approved in 2003.
St. Louis County set to declare state of emergency ahead of peak flood levels
Volunteers are urgently needed for sandbagging efforts in a small community near Voyageurs National Park.
Brothers Bar & Grill closes in downtown Minneapolis
The Midwest chain closed its St. Cloud location in 2018.
Licensed physician Ken Jeong to do standup in MN this September
The licensed physician will take the stage at Treasure Island Resort and Casino on Sept. 30.
Osseo PD says officer did not pursue suspect who caused fatal crash
The crash happened in Brooklyn Park early Sunday morning.
Suspect arrested after 3 family members stabbed in Albert Lea
The three victims are related, according to police.
50,000 gallons of toilet wastewater leaks into Twin Cities lake
You may want to avoid this body of water.
Evidence that omicron strains BA.4 and BA.5 are in Minnesota
The European CDC has warned of a possible significant summer surge fueled by the omicron subvariants.
Hastings man charged for driving drunk with 2-year-old in vehicle
Matthew Quade's BAC was almost five times over the legal limit when police pulled him over last week.
Arrest made after person shot at Hopkins apartment building
Police say this was an isolated incident and that the victim and suspect knew each other.
BA.2.12.1 omicron subvariant quickly becoming dominant in MN
Experts say the subvariant is more transmissible but there is not evidence to suggest it causes more severe disease.
Teen paddle boarders rescued after 'abrupt wind change' on Lake Superior
The rescue happened off Park Point Beach Saturday.
Report finds pesticides in air in north central Minnesota
The Pesticide Action Network spent three years monitoring the air in 19 locations such as Perham and Frazee. The group says sites near potato fields are especially prone to pesticide drift. One fungicide turned up in 64 percent of the air samples.
U of M issues call to arms for better flu vaccines
A University of Minnesota report says the modern-day flu vaccine -- while better than nothing -- does not offer Americans sufficient protection. U of M experts say the vaccine has not changed much since it was first introduced in the 1960's. They say better vaccines are in the early stages of research but it will take a coordinated effort similar to the Manhattan Project to bring those prospects to market.
'U' study aims to learn more about post-deployment families
More than 120 recently deployed military families are part of a groundbreaking U of M study called ADAPT. It aims to make the transition back home after military deployment easier. Researchers observe parents and their children to try and understand deployment stress. At the same time, researchers test parenting techniques on the families.
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