Nearly 50 homes and businesses along the Zumbro River damaged from devastating flooding in 2010 will finally be torn down. A contract of more than $600,000 approved on Tuesday will allow the work to take place. In place of the buildings, a committee is looking for alternatives that won't be severely damaged in future flooding like volleyball courts or a place to stop and relax along the river.
Long delays on I-94 in Maple Grove as crashes, spinouts mount
A semi-trailer has been disabled eastbound, causing 2 lanes to shut down.