Mark Dayton is heading to Japan and South Korea in his first trade mission as governor. His schedule includes plenty of meetings with company executives and trade officials. He'll also visit with Minnesota soldiers and even take in a sumo wrestling tournament.
NHL announces make-up dates for Wild postponements
The Wild will play 40 games in the final 77 days of the regular season.
Group says Mayo should be 'severely punished' over research puppy's death
The puppy died two days after undergoing a procedure at a Mayo research facility.
Charges: Man kidnapped woman, sexually assaulted her at gunpoint
The suspect faces three separate felony charges.
St. Cloud 'Boogaloo Boi' who discussed attack on MN Capitol gets 2 years
He was charged with illegally possessing a machine gun.
High school basketball team returns from game to find bus driver dead
Members of the girls team returned to the bus to find the driver unresponsive.
Minnesota AG sues COVID testing site, alleging it sent false results
Sometimes the company didn't send people their results at all, the lawsuit alleges.
UnitedHealth Group says it made $287B last year, $24B of it profit
The corporation's Optum business represented a significant chunk of that total.
Friend arrives at couple's home, stabs one of them after being asked to leave
The couple say their friend was "not acting right."
Walz's $2.7B infrastructure plan includes $940M for climate projects
Projects will help Minnesota prevent or adapt to climate change and mitigate its impacts, the governor says.
Midwest U.S.-Japan Association to hold its trade conference in Minnesota
Next week's conference will bring Japanese businesses to the Twin Cities metro for the first time in nearly three decades, the Business Journal reports. Gov. Mark Dayton and former Vice President and Ambassador to Japan Walter Mondale are among those scheduled to speak during the event at the Minneapolis Hilton Sept. 16-18.
St. Cloud soldier killed in Korea more than 60 years ago finally buried at home
The remains of St. Cloud soldier who went missing in Korea in 1950 and was declared dead a year later have finally been buried in his hometown. The St. Cloud Times reports that the remains of U.S. Army Cpl. Francis John “Fuzzy” Reimer were identified with DNA samples submitted by his mother and sister 11 years ago.
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