Early Voting Begins for March Super Tuesday Primary in Minnesota
James Allen | Jan 17, 2020 AT 5:38 am
Minnesota voters may begin early voting today in the March 3rd 'Super Tuesday' presidential primary.
Minnesota Lawmakers Could Consider Changes to Estate Tax
James Allen | Jan 17, 2020 AT 5:22 am
Reducing or eliminating Minnesota's estate tax could be back on state lawmakers' radar screen this year.
Man's Body Found in Median of US Highway 169 in Shakopee
James Allen | Jan 17, 2020 AT 5:08 am
The Minnesota B-C-A is investigating the death of a man found lying in the median of Highway 169 in Shakopee.
Authorities ID Montevideo Woman Killed in Apartment Fire
James Allen | Jan 17, 2020 AT 5:02 am
Police say 83-year-old Virginia Kruger was found inside her unit once firefighters extinguished the flames.
Minnesota Native To Assume Hot Seat As Ambassador To Afghanistan
James Allen | Jan 17, 2020 AT 5:01 am
The U-S Department of State has asked a Minnesota native to take over the leadership of this country’s embassy in Afghanistan.
Animal Bite Reported To Fergus Falls Police
James Allen | Jan 16, 2020 AT 11:59 am
A 15 year old Fergus Falls boy was allegedly bitten by a four year old German Shepard that had gotten loose on Wednesday evening.
OTC On Ice Re-working Format To Accommodate Areas of Thin Ice
James Allen | Jan 16, 2020 AT 11:58 am
The 3rd year of OTC ON ICE is making accommodations for ice conditions on Ottertail Lake.
Otter Tail County Initiative To Address School Absences
James Allen | Jan 16, 2020 AT 5:45 am
A county-wide initiative in the very early stages is hoping address school attendance in Otter Tail County.
Mahnomen Woman Injured in Rear End Crash Wednesday Afternoon
Carol McCarthy | Jan 16, 2020 AT 5:44 am
A couple of crashes were reported that indirectly involving snow plows Wednesday afternoon serve as a reminder to drivers to proceed with caution around plows.
Walz Proposes $857 Million for Public Safety in Final Piece of Bonding Plan
James Allen | Jan 16, 2020 AT 5:42 am
Governor Tim Walz is asking for 857-million dollars for public safety improvements statewide.