Luckily, no one was hurt.
The man was working in his garage when he was fatally shot.
The State Patrol says driving impaired may have been a factor in the crash.
The Cornhuskers have had 12 members of its team test positive for COVID-19.
Kroll said that once he's retired he'll go "radio silent."
The health department provides updates daily at 11 a.m.
Sen. Julia Coleman represents Minnesota's District 47.
That's a lot of money.
The man was working in his garage when he was shot, witnesses said.
Another incredible finish for the Wild.
The Shakopee-based company is under the microscope because of the recent actions of its owner.
The brewery came up with a creative way to repurpose unused cans.
Many tourism business owners have seen double-digit drops in revenue, and employment in the tourism sector in the Duluth area is at its lowest point in 18 years, according to a report in MPR.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) saved about $20 million last winter thanks to a milder temperatures and a below average snowfall. WCCO-TV reports that MnDOT spent $45.9 million on winter maintenance over the winter, down from $66.1 million the year before. The state says the extra cash will come in handy in other areas.
Researchers from the University of Minnesota are studying a cold-hardy bug that serves as a filling meal for trout during the winter season. The insect has little tolerance for warmth, and scientists tell the Star Tribune that even a small fluctuation in temperature could cause changes in the ecosystem.
Monday marks the beginning of Winter Hazard Awareness Week, a state effort to get residents prepared for harsh, dangerous weather ahead. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is focusing on a range of wintry risks this week. Last year's mild winter may have lulled people into a sense of complacency.
Lower gas prices haven't hurt, either. Some consumers can expect their total winter heating bills to be up to $200 less than last year.
Two software developers in Fargo, North Dakota have created the Winter Survival Kit app for iPhones and Android smartphones. The Crookston Daily Times reports the creators wanted to help after a powerful blizzard left hundreds of drivers stranded last winter. This free app can notify help and provide some potentially life-saving alerts. It can also help you prepare for winter travel.
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