Gov. Dayton has proclaimed it TB-free day and, though the federal government has already granted that status to Minnesota, the state's cattle ranchers are celebrating the announcement all the same. One cow was found with tuberculosis six years ago, forcing federal authorities to restrict cattle exports from Minnesota. Fifty-eight herds were destroyed and 800,000 animals were tested.
Dad and 2 children killed in western Wisconsin house fire
A devastating house fire happened early Thursday morning.
2 suspects involved in Brooklyn Park armed carjacking
The incident happened Wednesday night near a shopping center and Cub.
Man sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for child pornography
Alexander John Odegaard was sentenced in U.S. District Court Tuesday.
Victim in I-90 crash was storm-chasing meteorologist from Mexico
Martha Llanos Rodriguez died in the wreck on I-90.
Tickets still available for Minnesota State Fair preview event
The five-day Minnesota State Fair taster event, featuring over 30 food and drink vendors, is making its return at the end of the month.
Woman critical after boyfriend stabs her in neck at light rail station
The boyfriend of the victim is said to have stabbed her, according to St. Paul Police.
Female wolf illegally killed in Voyageurs National Park
Researchers for the project said this is the fourth collared wolf that has been illegally killed in the past two years by poachers.
Gallery: Beautiful English-style home showcases grandeur of an earlier era
Located across Washburn Park and the Minneapolis Institute of Art
Storm fells tree in Coon Rapids, splitting house in two
The family was reportedly in the basement at the time.
2-year-old dies in farming accident in western Wisconsin
The child was run over by farm equipment, according to the sheriff.
One killed, four injured in I-90 crash after power line falls
The crash occurred just before 6 p.m.
Former MF Global CEO to Congress: 'I simply do not know where the money is'
A former chief exec of a now-defunct commodities trading firm is testifying before U.S. leaders, who want to know how more than a billion dollars has gone missing. Many of Minnesota's farmers, ranchers and agricultural businesses had financial accounts with the trading firm. Now they've found those accounts frozen and are worried about their money.
Hormel Foods worker treated for tuberculosis
Workers at the Hormel Foods plant in Austin are being screened for tuberculosis after one employee there was identified with the contagious disease, KAAL TV reports. Tuberculosis is a health issue for the workers at the plant, but not a threat to food safety, the station reports.
New state program will help businesses tap export markets
New dollars from the federal government are supporting the launch of the State Trade and Export Promotion Program. It'll help business making their first foray into foreign markets.
Gray wolves in Minnesota are coming off endangered species list
The Obama administration on Wednesday said that more than 4,000 gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan have recovered from the threat of extinction and will officially be removed from federal protection. Meanwhile the Minnesota DNR says it is ready to take over managing the animal. And the Associated Press looks into the wolf's still-uncertain future.
Officials say South Korea trade deal will help Minnesota's farmers and businesses
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
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