Eugene Butler was a founding father of the town of Niagara, N.D., in 1882. Shortly after his death in 1915, workmen found six skeletons under his house. Now more than 100 years after his murderous spree, authorities say you might hold the key to identifying his victims.
A funny thing has been happening in the Upper Midwest. While the national birth rate continues to fall, the region has been going the other direction. That's according to Sanford Health, the South Dakota-based health system that also serves North Dakota and Minnesota.
Ticks are expanding their realm and showing up in new places. In this episode of NewsMD's Health Fusion, Viv Williams talks to a leading tick researcher about pathogens discovered in her lab that could be issues for humans and how to handle the creatures when you have a close encounter.
Joining the conversation this week are Rochester Magazine editor, Steve Lange and Rochester community leader, Andre Crockett, who shares their experiences this past year helping the community respond to COVID-19 and calls for social equity.
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