Hundreds of parents in West Fargo are figuring out how to get their children to school next week as West Fargo Public Schools is temporarily canceling four bus routes for five days.
Running every state park in Minnesota has been a healing journey for a father of four after a tragic loss in the family.
Officials from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the Department of Health say more than $45 million in Governor Tim Walz's budget would go toward reducing the chemicals in the state.
After taking the stand in her own nearly two-week trial, Janelle Johnson was found guilty of second-degree murder
The bill came from an unlikely source: 11-year-old Alaina Schmit, who has been a curler in Bismarck almost half her life.
The move comes as many states across the U.S., including Minnesota’s neighbors, consider or enact legislation restricting gender-affirming treatments for minors.
Company reps said they are committed to meeting farmers' spring planting needs and keeping the site's 23 employees on the job
The man had stopped a road grader he was driving to make repairs when he was hit by a vehicle.
If approved, the measure would go on the November 2024 general election ballot for voters to decide.
Screenings and consultations will be conducted on a walk-in basis from 4-6 p.m. on Monday, March 27.
The five-year grant aims to fill mental health professional vacancies and increase diversity, recruitment, training and placement of graduate students serving rural and tribal schools.
About six soldiers from the Bismarck-based Detachment 7, Company C, 2nd Battalion, 245th Aviation Regiment, are expected to be deployed for up to one year.
Minnesota Ag Commissioner Thom Petersen, Rep. Kristi Pursell and Sen. Aric Putnam were on the panel