The Minnesota DNR's commissioner called the discovery "deeply concerning."
Big-time damage in the south metro.
Here's what is known about the case so far — and what questions remains.
The vehicle was found abandoned in a western Wisconsin corn field.
A judge recently ruled the bar continued to use the game after their license for it expired.
The company says The Lumberjack is offering the game without the proper licensing.
The home hasn't been for sale in nearly 100 years.
The home was built in 1878 and features modern amenities.
Minneapolis and Stillwater have also canceled their displays this year due to logistical challenges.
Minneapolis recently cancelled its annual show (again).
Sgt. Paul Gorder was captured on video yelling at protesters in April.
Her husband, a longtime corrections worker, has been placed on investigatory leave.
The man in the video is a longtime Minnesota Department of Corrections employee.
The incident happened Sunday evening.
The new facility will allow the Stillwater-based brewery to produce more beer while staying under the growler cap in Minnesota.
The brewery was playing their own version of the game, which violated trademark laws, a judge recently ruled.
The city is celebrating winter with lights and frozen events.
The owners were not best pleased.
Almost two-thirds of inmates at the prison have tested positive for the virus since the pandemic started.
A movie about his death premiered on Disney+ last week.
The gargantuan gourds earned them thousands in prize money.
The Stillwater prison is home to 1,273 incarcerated individuals.