A carbon monoxide leak sent 11 New London residents to the hospital. Firefighters found several residents of the 16-unit apartment building unresponsive. Authorities believe a broken exhaust chimney on a hot water heater is to blame for the leak.
Welcome back, Bentleyville: Beloved Tour of Lights returns
The Duluth event is back to being a walkthrough show this year.
Woman rescued from icy water by men who spotted overturned car
Her car hit a slick spot, went off the road, and flipped — landing in 4 feet of water.
Beloved civil rights activist, restaurant manager ID'd as fatal shooting victim
Smith was fatally shot in Minneapolis Wednesday.
Felon gets 14.5 years in prison following road rage incident
Authorities found drugs and weapons in his truck following the crash.
Gallery: Independence estate features guest house, pool
It's on the market for $2.6 million.
Take a hike! Free admission to MN State Parks on Black Friday
The annual promotion returns for the seventh year in a row.
AG settles lawsuits with 2 MN restaurants that violated COVID orders
They were ordered to pay tens of thousands of dollars to the state.
Buffalo High School teacher, father-of-8 in ICU battling COVID-19
His family said he took a "turn for the worse" and was admitted to a critical care unit this week.
Mystery surrounds exit of popular morning anchor Lisa Budeau
Budeau has been a staple in the Fargo-Moorhead area for many years.
St. Paul Athletic Club in downtown St. Paul closes for good
The building is slated to become a wedding event center and hotel.
COVID crisis: Almost 60 MN hospitals don't have ICU beds available
Many Minnesota hospitals are completely full with ICU and non-ICU patients.
Bemidji driver, 21, killed after leaving highway and hitting culvert
A passenger, also 21 years old, was injured in the one-vehicle wreck.
Chlorine leak prompts hazmat precaution in Mahtomedi
Firefighters asked Mahtomedi residents to stay indoors following a chlorine leak Friday. The chlorine leak happened at a water pumping station. There were no injuries.
Tornado-damaged chimneys add risk for north Minneapolis residents
Minneapolis officials are warning north Minneapolis residents to be especially vigilant for chimney damage after last spring's tornado. Inspectors already found more than 200 damaged or blocked chimneys in the months since the storm. Officials say chimneys that don't vet properly can trap poisonous carbon monoxide.
Carbon monoxide poisoning killed 2 people found in Buffalo Wild Wings parking lot
An autopsy found carbon monoxide poisoning was the main cause.
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