Farmer Keith Sistad told Valley News it's the first time he's ever heard or seen quadruplets in cattle. Three of the calves survived and will be added to his herd.
State lawmaker Tou Xiong apologizes after driving under the influence
The state representative was pulled over on the night of Jan. 8.
Duluth hospital requiring visitors to show vax proof, neg. test
The health care system is also tightening visitor guidelines.
Ridgeview halting urgent care at a Twin Cities site 'until further notice'
The organization cited "growing emergency medical needs" at the facility.
Charges: MN high school counselor sexually assaulted student
The 16-year-old victim had regularly gone to him for academic help and other support, authorities say.
Proctor investigation: Senior charged with sexually assaulting teammate
The criminal charges come after a monthslong review of the allegations.
Ordway will require vaccinated audience members also be boosted
If someone has not gotten a booster shot, they will have to show a negative COVID test.
U of M to require vaccine or negative test proof for large events
The policy doesn't go into effect until late-January.
Massive ice maze to open in Stillwater on Saturday
Last year's event attracted 31,000 people.
Man indicted for first-degree murder in ex-wife's death
He's accused of killing her days after she remarried.
Crashes, spinouts piling up as snow blankets southern MN
Snow is expected to continue throughout the day.
CentraCare pausing COVID tests for asymptomatic people
It's due to a low supply of tests and staff.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Friday, January 14
More than 11,000 cases for a second day in a row.
Warm weather leaves farmers, cows happy
The last three months of 2011 tied for the second-warmest on record in the Twin Cities. WCCO says colder weather adds strain to livestock struggling to maintain weight. But this year cows have eaten less, maintained weight, while farmers saved on feed costs.
Wisconsin dairy cows set new state record; production falls in Minnesota
Milk production in the dairy state jumped less than 1 percent from 2010, but that was still enough to set a new state record. The Winona Daily News says Wisconsin cows accounted for 1 out of every 8 gallons of milk in the United States. Minnesota, meanwhile, saw dairy production dip about 2 percent.
Alleged courthouse gunman died from rare disorder
The family of Daniel Schlienz told the Duluth News Tribune a bacterial infection led to his death. Schlienz died while in custody on December 27. The 42-year-old was being held for attempted murder charges after allegedly shooting two people at the Cook County Courthouse on December 15.
Against incredible odds, Minnesota cow has quadruplets
The cow gave birth the same day the farming couple's daughter had a baby.
Snowy owls make rare trek to Wisconsin and Minnesota
Bird-watchers are catching a glimpse of something pretty special as snowy owls make a rare migration south of the Arctic in search of food.
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