The state-supervised dairy board is backing away from claims that milk and other dairy products can help people lose weight after some experts said the claims were deceptive.
Minnesota firefighters mourn sudden death of colleague
Aaron Bidle of the Loretto Fire Department passed away suddenly Wednesday.
Snowmobiler goes through the ice on lake near Duluth
Ice thickness varies greatly throughout Minnesota right now.
Here's how much snow fell during the weekend winter winter storm
The Highway 2 corridor in north-central Minnesota was the bullseye.
Roof collapses on 3 firefighters in south Minneapolis
The fire happened at a residence east of Lake Nokomis on Sunday.
42-year-old Minnesota woman missing since December 1
She drives a white 2009 Chevrolet Impala.
20-year-old killed in crash on icy highway during Sunday snowstorm
More than a foot of snow had fallen in the area where the crash occurred.
Vikings fans clamor for change after latest bad loss under Mike Zimmer
The "fire Mike Zimmer" tweets are raging on Twitter again.
Tony Oliva and Jim Kaat are finally heading to Cooperstown
The Twins legends were elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame on Sunday night.
Report: Minnesota's first Omicron case linked to 15 COVID infections at NYC anime convention
The Minnesota patient was in New York with 30 friends last month.
Experts accuse Wisconsin dairy board of making deceptive claims
The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board says dairy products can help people lose weight, but some nutrition experts dispute such claims, and a consumer protection lawyer says the board's claims qualify as "deceptive" under Wisconsin law.
Wisconsin dairy cows set new state record; production falls in Minnesota
Milk production in the dairy state jumped less than 1 percent from 2010, but that was still enough to set a new state record. The Winona Daily News says Wisconsin cows accounted for 1 out of every 8 gallons of milk in the United States. Minnesota, meanwhile, saw dairy production dip about 2 percent.
Lawsuit: Land O'Lakes conspired to drive up dairy prices
The Arden Hills company is facing allegations that it conspired with other dairy producers to slaughter herds to reduce supply and drive up prices.
Wisconsin dairy calves hit hardest by heat wave
More than 1,000 dairy calves throughout the Midwest have died during the past two-three weeks as a result of heat stress, officials said Friday. Half of the more than two dozen herds of dairy cows struck by the heat stress deaths are in Wisconsin.
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