Sen. Amy Klobuchar tells the Duluth News Tribune the U.S. Agriculture secretary is pledging to use money from their budget to re-start the program and keep it running through the end of the year.
Multiple crashes, spinouts in Twin Cities as snow falls Tuesday morning
The metro could get up to six inches of snow throughout the day.
Couple critically injured in Kanabec County home attack identified
Jeff and Becky Ponto were found critically injured in their home Sunday morning.
Assault charges filed against Red Wing man shot by deputy
The reportedly suicidal man crashed his van into a power pole before he allegedly began chasing a deputy at the scene.
Winter storm warning for Twin Cities: 6+ inches possible
The heaviest snow could move through the Twin Cities.
Carver man charged after standoff with police in Prior Lake
The man had been fleeing from police when he allegedly broke into a home and the standoff ensued.
41-year-old Sherburne County man killed after crashing car into ditch
The crash occurred Sunday night in Palmer Township.
Around 200 rescued after ice breaks free on Upper Red Lake
Red Lake — both Upper and Lower — is the largest freshwater lake in the state.
Northern Minnesota man gets 48 years in prison for murder of ex-girlfriend
The man pleaded guilty to the murder last month.
Gallery: Restaurant with revolving sushi bar opens at Mall of America
The Kura experience has arrived in Minnesota.
St. Paul featured on Hallmark Channel's 'Christmas Cam' livestream
Downtown's dazzling display can be viewed from anywhere in the world.
Charges: Drunk driver almost struck Bemidji parade spectators
The man told police he was trying to attend the parade himself.
Feds give Minnesota money to more quickly pull contaminated food
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration grants of $600,000 over three years will help the Minnesota Department of Agriculture more quickly remove any contaminated food or recalled products from grocery stores and other distribution points, the Associated Press reports.
Feds investigating Minnesota medical assistance program
The Pioneer Press reports federal officials are looking into whether a state agency wrongly received federal funds in the course of operating the state's Medical Assistance insurance program.
Klobuchar solicits money for marriage amendment fight
With a healthy lead in the polls, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., is spending some of her political capital in the divisive fight over the marriage amendment. In a new email to potential donors, Klobuchar says she has pledged to help raise $10,000 for the fight against the controversial state ballot measure that would define marriage as between a man and woman.
Remains of St. Paul watchmaking program go to auction
Until December, the St. Paul College classroom housed one of the oldest watchmaking and repair programs in the country – and one of only a handful that remain. On the heels of losing funding from luxury watchmaker Rolex, the program has sent off its last graduating class. Now, gauges, lathes, cleaning equipment, loupes and watch parts all are on sale in an auction that's drawing international interest.
President Obama to pardon 2 turkeys from Minnesota
The two birds will receive a sendoff from Gov. Mark Dayton and Sen. Amy Klobuchar in Willmar before they depart for Washington D.C.
Feds give Minnesota grants to more quickly pull contaminated foods
U.S. Food and Drug Administration has awarded the Minnesota Department of Agriculture $600,000 grant to help the department quickly trace contaminated food to grocery stores and other distribution points.
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