With all the mail-in ballots, results may be delayed.
Will Collin Peterson hang on for yet another term?
The coach also said Dalvin Cook should return from injury this week.
He will speak in Rochester just days for the election.
Another new high for hospitalizations.
The restaurant is among a growing list of eateries to close for the winter months.
Honor the Earth filed the petition with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Tuesday.
Danny Lee Bettcher is considered the most prolific drunken driver in Minnesota history.
Wisconsin is reporting record numbers of cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
Public records reveal that two child-care centers that failed to follow safe-sleep practices where infants died this year have been shut down by state regulators. A Carver County licensing inspector has also been found at fault for not following through on sanctions in one of the cases, which was discovered just days before an infant's death.
The Space Tower at the State Fair was closed briefly Wednesday after the ride was receiving reduced power. Power was fully restored about two hours later. This is the third ride at the fair that needed to be temporarily shut down due to various issues so far this year.
Biofuel Energy says it's closing its ethanol plant in Fairmont until the price of corn comes down. The drought that has ravaged the Midwest's corn crop has pushed up corn prices and erased the profit margins of ethanol producers. A plant in Little Falls shut its doors this summer.
Xcel Energy says its Monticello nuclear power plant automatically shut down at 11:07 a.m. Tuesday, but officials aren't sure why and a cause is being investigated, the Pioneer Press reports. All plant safety systems were functioning, officials with the Minneapolis-based utility said. The shutdown posed no danger to the public or workers, Xcel officials said. The plant is not expected to be down long.
Xcel Energy has shut down two of its three nuclear reactors in Minnesota. At the Monticello plant a gasket needs repair and emergency generators are not working at one of the two reactors at Prairie Island. No radiation was released in either case. Xcel is buying electricity during the repairs, which should take a couple of days.
The Minneapolis City Council Friday approved a resolution to close down the controversial adult section of the classified ads website Backpage.com. The Star Tribune says 20 child sex trafficking cases that Minneapolis police investigated so far this year involved juveniles advertised on the website.
A federal judge says the agencies overseeing the project didn't do a good enough job in their first study on how the construction could impact local businesses, but the judge rejected a call to shut down the project.
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