The country is Minnesota's sixth-largest export market, with $702 million in goods flowing there last year alone. The new agreement will phase out tariffs and quotas on agricultural products
Owner of St. Cloud bar gets 6 years for arson, ordered to repay $3M
A February 2020 fire at the Press Bar and Parlor was later determined to be an insurance job.
Bloomington, Richfield districts tighten security ahead of weekend football
Enhanced safety measures will be in place this weekend.
Walz sends MN first responders to help with hurricane recovery in Florida
Eight members of the Minnesota All Hazards Incident Management Team will travel to Florida.
Eyota, Minnesota, losing its last bricks-and-mortar bank location
Bremer Bank is exiting the small city in December.
It was the driest September in Twin Cities modern history
Less than a quarter inch of rain fell in September.
Treadmill helps Minneapolis shelter dogs burn off steam
Puttin' the "go" in doggo.
Mercado Central board asks Jensen to remove its image from campaign ad
Mercado Central does not endorse candidates.
Sauk Rapids man pleads guilty to making, selling ghost guns
The 21-year-old would sell unserialized guns, silencers, auto-sears, and high-capacity magazines.
Squirrel blamed for Friday power outage impacting over 5,000 homes
There's no telling when or where the squirrels will strike next.
Seattle man federally indicted in massive Bloomington fentanyl bust
The case is believed to represent the largest fentanyl bust in the Midwest.
Nicollet Diner to launch new, expanded home with a drag show
The new location will still feature the diner's classic offerings, as well as a new cabaret venue and cocktail lounge.
Woman found dead at Minneapolis home was stabbed multiple times
LaTiffany Altanette Lessley was found dead in a north Minneapolis home Tuesday.
Minnesota farmers receive positive approval ratings
A new survey by a national research firm finds more than 80 percent of people have a positive view on agriculture in Minnesota. The majority of the 500 residents surveyed also agreed farming was an important part of the state's economy.
New Shanghai office will help Minnesota companies do business in China
The Minnesota Trade Office and the economic development group Greater MSP are teaming up to open a Shanghai office. The groups say it will help Minnesota export more products to China, which is already the state's number two export market.
Farmer fined $12,500 for destroying pelican eggs and chicks
A southern Minnesota farmer will pay a hefty fine to the state's wetland conservation fund and perform 100 hours of community service after doing tremendous damage to one of the state's largest pelican colonies. The man apparently became enraged after the birds damaged land that he had rented to grow corn. The birds are protected under federal law.
Minnesota farmer feels 'betrayed' by MF Global
Dean Tofteland blasted the now-defunct commodities firm MF Global in front of a Senate Ag committee Tuesday morning. The Star Tribune reports that the Luverne farmer didn't mince words when it came to how he felt about having more than $250,000 of his money frozen. More than $1 billion of MF Global's assets are unaccounted for.
Official: Be wary of farmers' 'organic' label
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture advises consumers to carefully look for the USDA organic label or certifier seal if they are truly looking for organic food. Some farmers may claim to be "organic" but may not meet the standards, agriculture officials say.
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