Joseph Hautman of Plymouth has won the 2011 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest. His acrylic painting will be made into a 2012-2013 federal stamp. This is Hautman's fourth win.
Border agents seize bushmeat from travelers at MSP Airport
Officials say they've identified a trend of travelers bringing bushmeat into the U.S.
8 years in prison for woman charged in 3 violent carjackings
The carjackings took place in the Twin Cities during the summer of 2020.
More than 2,000 arrested for drunken driving over holidays
Two drivers had a BCA of more than five times the legal limit.
Is there a scenario where Kirk Cousins sticks around?
Things get complicated if the Vikings try to keep Cousins on the roster
Omicron surge: MN preparing for 'something we've never seen before'
Minnesota may need to bring COVID-positive, asymptomatic healthcare workers to return to work with COVID-19 patients if staffing shortages become severe enough.
Gopher football's game vs. Iowa moved in modified 2022 schedule
The battle for Floyd of Rosedale is one of several changes to this year's slate.
Chicago food critic: Juicy Lucy may be 'best cheeseburger in America'
It's the latest national praise for Minnesota's iconic burger.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, January 12
The latest data from MDH.
Remains found in 2003 ID'd as MN man missing since 1970
He was buried for three decades before his remains were found.
Michele Tafoya to leave NBC Sports after Super Bowl, but will stay in MN
Tafoya is the sideline reporter for Sunday Night Football.
Crash in southeast Minnesota claims the life of Wisconsin woman
The crash happened just south of Kellogg, Minnesota, around noon Tuesday.
COVID: Minnetonka to consider citywide mask mandate
If approved, it would join Minneapolis and St. Paul in requiring masks.
DNR: Duck hunters drop to lowest number in over three decades
The Pioneer Press reports the high costs, hard work and overall loss of hunting in society are behind the drop. Only about 87,000 duck stamps were purchased last year -- that's the lowest number since the state started the duck stamp program in 1977.
Officials try to get fresh produce to food stamp recipients
The Minnesota Department of Human Services will consider Friday how to best use recently received federal money to put more fresh produce on the tables of the state’s food stamp recipients.
SE Minn. winery takes top honors at University of Minnesota competition
Four Daughters Vineyard and Winery in Spring Valley took top honors at the fourth annual International Cold Climate Wine Competition at the U of M on Thursday, the Post Bulletin reports. The Four Daughters 2011 La Crescent beat out more than 325 wines from 12 states and Canada to win the Minnesota's Governor's Cup trophy and "Best of Show" for the top white wine.
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