The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says the oysters are suspected of carrying the bacteria vibrio parahaemolyticus. The bacteria is similar to cholera, which can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea for up to five days and can sometimes be fatal.
Fire departments decry drivers running over hoses, endangering crews
It happened in two separate Northland cities this week.
All Energy Solar reaches growth milestones with higher goals yet for 2022
Minnesota solar company continues to thrive through building a strong workforce
Authorities ID family found frozen to death at MN-Canada border
They're still trying to unravel how they got there and who might have helped them.
Mayo Clinic specialist: 'The omicron surge is not over'
Experts expect a rapid decline over the next month followed a period of calm.
Charges: Man in stolen Jeep leads police on 110 mph chase
He crashed into a light post near the Capitol and then fled on foot, the complaint says.
Puppy in back of stolen Audi found, reunited with owner
The 4 1/2-month-old bullmastiff had been missing more than a week.
WI's best 'hole-in-the-wall' diner is Guy Fieri-approved
Come for the "garbage pile," stay for ... even more breakfast food.
Minnesota's pre-pro women's soccer team unveils name, logo
The new name and look was unveiled after community owners voted on a winner.
21 people charged in connection to drug trafficking in northern MN
Police say the organization sold more than 10 pounds of heroin and fentanyl in northern Minnesota.
MN's 'best hole-in-the-wall diner' is, sadly, currently closed
MSN recently published its pick for best diner in each state.
MN apartment complex loses heat, nearly 150 residents evacuated
A boiler problem caused the heating issue.
FDA: Listeria outbreak tied to dirty water, equipment at cantaloupe farm
The FDA says they found the bacteria on the equipment at a Colorado farm -- the source of the tainted fruit. Twenty-five people have died and more than 120 others have been sickened in the outbreak.
FDA approves new St. Jude Medical defibrillators
The Food and Drug Administration okayed the Little Canada-based company's Assura portfolio of implantable cardioverter defibrillators and cardiac resynchronization therapy devices. The new line is said to have "advanced sensing options designed to reduce the incidence of inappropriate shocks."
FDA orders Duluth company to stop making claims on dietary supplements
West Duluth Distribution has been ordered by the Food and Drug Administration to stop making claims that its amino acid pills can treat and cure various diseases.
Minnesota gets $1M to strengthen response to food-borne outbreaks
The funding from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration comes in the wake of several food recalls -- ranging from ground turkey meat to cantaloupes. The money will be put towards training and developing an action plan to be used during food safety events.
Early warning for Minnesota snowmobilers
New preliminary studies presented this week at a meeting of the American College of Emergency Physicians in Denver suggest stepped-up safety campaigns warning riders of the dangers of combining alcohol and snowmobiling aren't doing much to reduce fatalities.
Mass. pharmacy in meningitis case not licensed to distribute in Minn.
The Massachusetts pharmacy that supplied a back-pain steroid treatment blamed for a deadly nationwide meningitis outbreak isn't licensed to distribute the drug in Minnesota, the Associated Press reports. About 120 people have been sickened by the outbreak nationwide, including three in Minnesota, and 12 have died.
Fire danger prompts highest warning from Weather Service
A red flag warning is in effect for most of central and southern Minnesota through Tuesday. The combination of dry conditions, low humidity, strong winds, and high temperatures makes wildfires more likely and means they will spread quickly where they do occur.
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