Drifting smoke "will likely remain with us for a while," one group warned.
Nine days ago, 14 counties passed that threshold. We're now up to 64.
Rowdi went missing on the North Shore in February, but Cory Carlson has hope Rowdi is still alive.
The incident happened in February.
The crash happened early Thursday about 20 miles outside of Detroit Lakes.
Suni said she wouldn't be where he is today without her family.
The state auditor and state senator were driving home from FarmFest.
The new vaccination rewards program opened on Wednesday, and it has proven quite popular among the newly vaccinated.
Cousins says he's at peace with his decision.
Pieces of the victim's cane were found on his back, charges say.
The victim, a 25-year-old St. Cloud State grad, died two days later.
The rule goes into effect Monday, and will continue at the start of the new school year.
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire says Justin Morneau may get back on the field as soon as this week when the team travels to New York and Tampa Bay.
Ron Gardenhire is going to decide sooner than later if Justin Morneau will spend more time at first base or DH next season. Morneau is still recovering from a concussion. Gardnehire says the slugger is going back and forth between doctors trying to get clearance.
Justin Morneau is eligible to come off the disabled list Wednesday and it's looking more and more like he'll be in the lineup when the Twins play the Tigers that night. The first-baseman took live batting practice for the first time in two weeks before Monday's game and says he's "optimistic" he'll be in the lineup soon.
The Twins split squad beat the Red Sox, 2-1 Friday night. Joe Mauer made his spring training debut at first base and finished 1-2 with a walk. Justin Morneau's spring struggles continued as he went 0-4.
The Twins are still without Justin Morneau as he continues to recover from a wrist injury. Ron Gardenhire is away from the team for the weekend series in Seattle, but acting manager Scott Ullger reiterated that Morneau won't play in a game until his wrist is ready.
Justin Morneau says he is "miles ahead" of where he was at this time last year when recovering from a concussion. Morneau also believes he gives the Twins the best chance to win when he's playing first base, but he's open to playing wherever Ron Gardenhire wants him to play.
Good news for the Twins Tuesday as an MRI of Justin Morneau's left wrist only showed fluid and inflammation. He'll rejoin the team in Anaheim but won't play Wednesday. Team doctors say the slugger will not need to be placed on the disabled list.
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