It's incredibly dry in most of the state.
The shooting took place at a gas station near Lowry Avenue and Logan Avenue North in Minneapolis.
The blaze did $40,000 worth of damage.
The "tree girdling" incident involved cutting the bark around the trees, causing them to die.
Storms could fire in South Dakota and Nebraska and develop into Minnesota.
He recently sold out five shows at Acme Comedy Club.
They were traveling home from FarmFest at the time of the crash.
He has yet to give up a single point to an opponent.
The crash happened just before noon Wednesday.
The company, citing COVID's resurgence, has pushed back its office return plans.
All 6 people on board died in the wreck.
The St. Cloud State grad had worked for Fox Sports North before leaving for Philadelphia.
A Wisconsin school has called off classes after a third of its students contracted the highly contagious bacteria. The building will be sanitized. The Duluth News Tribune says staff and faculty have been largely unaffected. A health official in the area says some of the teens in the school district who got the infection never received a recommended booster shot.
The Minnesota Department of Health says 189 new cases of pertussis, also known as whooping cough -- have been confirmed in the state in the last week. That brings the total to more than 3,500 cases in the state this year.
In June, Minnesota broke the previous record of 1,571 whooping cough cases, set in 2005. By the end of last week, state public health officials had confirmed 1,881 cases of the disease. Now Minnesota is on pace to shatter that record – perhaps double it – by year's end.
"Yes, it did happen," the CEO of Virginia Regional Medical Center tells the Mesabi Daily News after hospital staff brought a mother the wrong newborn to breast-feed. Both families were upset. The Daily News reports the mother moved rooms and hospital staff failed to check the baby's bracelet with the mother's.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Wisconsin leads the country in what could be the worst outbreak of whooping cough in more than five decades, the Wisconsin State Journal reports. Through July 5, Wisconsin had nearly 51 cases per 100,000 people -- nearly 10 times the national average.
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