The south junction of Hwy. 23 and Minnesota 15 is the most dangerous intersection in the state, according to data obtained by MinnPost from the Minnesota Department of Transportation. MinnPost listed the 20 most accident prone intersections in the state, based on data collected from 2006 to 2010 -- the most recent available for the analysis.
Appeal to find 35-year-old missing from Oak Grove home
Police say he's not believed to be in danger.
7 MN Republicans urge states to audit 2020 election results
There has been no evidence of significant fraud in any single U.S. state.
How many MN kids age 5-11 have received a COVID vaccine dose?
The governor says the state has one of the highest child vaccination rates in the U.S.
Seven juveniles arrested in connection with stolen vehicles in Woodbury
Woodbury authorities have issued a warning following a spate of auto thefts.
1 dead after driver crashes into stalled vehicle on shoulder
The vehicle stopped on the side of the road was unoccupied at the time.
MDH has tips for how to handle vaccine talk at the Thanksgiving table
That's ... interesting.
Update: Vikings say Griffen is out of his home, 'getting the care he needs'
After hours in his residence, the 33-year-old exited "without incident," the team said.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, November 24
The latest data from MDH.
Dog found shot and run over, police searching for person of interest
The police department released photos of a possible suspect.
Parents of star QB suspended for state final file lawsuit to let him play
He was automatically suspended after receiving two unsportsmanlike conduct calls in the semifinal.
Former Lakeville principal dies in Crow Wing County jail
The 53-year-old was pronounced dead after lifesaving measures were attempted.
These are the most dangerous Minneapolis intersections for pedestrians
The City of Minneapolis analyzed more than 3,000 reported crashes.
Number of Minnesota children with dangerous lead levels drops
The number of children in the state with "elevated" lead levels – 10 or more micrograms of lead per deciliter of blood – dropped from more than 4,000 in 1995 to 584 last year, the Star Tribune reports. But there's a catch to what seems like good news: Federal health officials now say that a lead level of 5 or higher is the new benchmark for safety, and more than 3,000 children in Minnesota had lead levels at least that high.
The most dangerous Minnesota cities for pedestrians and bikers
The numbers are a reflection of a five-year span from 2012-2016.
Most influential media outlet in Minnesota? That's a laugh
Forbes Magazine compiled a list of the most influential media in each state. Some of the outlets include MSNBC, Huffington Post, ABC News and NPR. The most turned-to source in Minnesota: the satirical newspaper The Onion. The ranking is based on the number of online links read and shared with others.
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