Fargo Man Charged with Murder

James Allen | Nov 16, 2019 AT 7:36 am

A Fargo man has been charged with murder in the death of a man in the victim's downtown apartment.

Kitten In OTC Bites Three People and Tests Positive For Rabies

James Allen | Nov 15, 2019 AT 11:59 am

The Minnesota Board of Animal Health says an Otter Tail County kitten tested positive for rabies.

Fatality in Semi Crash That Hit Power Pole

James Allen | Nov 15, 2019 AT 9:23 am

The Minnesota State Patrol says the driver of a semi-truck who struck a power pole in Fergus Falls was possibly suffering a medical emergency and died in the crash.

Fergus Falls Schools Cafeteria Expands Healthy Food Options

James Allen | Nov 15, 2019 AT 5:45 am

Kennedy Secondary Students at Fergus Falls Public Schools will soon be getting a re-vamped cafeteria experience and more food offerings that will be healthier.

Federal Government Sues Sanford Surgeon Claiming He Performed Unneeded Surgeries

James Allen | Nov 15, 2019 AT 5:43 am

Federal prosecutors say a South Dakota neurosurgeon made millions of dollars by performing unnecessary and dangerous surgeries, including one that left a patient partially paralyzed.

Peterson Applauds Lifting Of Chinese Ban on American Poultry

James Allen | Nov 15, 2019 AT 5:42 am

Minnesota Congressman Collin Peterson says China lifting its ban on U-S poultry imports is "finally a step in the right direction."

Revenue Department Predicts 5.2 Increase in Minnesota Property Taxes

James Allen | Nov 15, 2019 AT 5:36 am

Property taxes statewide are expected to increase five-point-two percent or by 540-million dollars in 2020, according to preliminary numbers released by the state Revenue Department.

Give to Max Day 2019 Raises Nearly $22 Million for MN Nonprofits, Schools

James Allen | Nov 15, 2019 AT 5:35 am

Thursday's 24-hour online campaign raised nearly 22-million dollars.

Minnesota Lawmakers Meeting on Emergency Insulin Program

James Allen | Nov 15, 2019 AT 5:34 am

A fourth closed-door meeting today at the State Capitol as Democrats and Republicans continue trying to reach a deal on an assistance program for those who can't afford insulin.

Drunk Driver Tells Fridley Officer To Take Her To Jail

James Allen | Nov 15, 2019 AT 5:33 am

A Fridley police officer says when he asked a suspected drunk driver to take a field sobriety test, she simply turned around, put her hands behind her back and asked to be taken to jail.