The Minnesota Zoo says an owl that had escaped earlier this month has died after being found injured on the side of the road. Gladys was a Eurasian eagle owl, a species of owl which is among the largest in the world.
A new prosecutor is reviewing evidence in law enforcement's fatal shooting of Winston Smith Jr. last June. The case was passed to Crow Wing County Attorney Donald Ryan because counties closer to the Twin Cities had conflicts.
The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says a suspect in a double homicide committed suicide following a chase early Saturday morning. The homicides happened at a residence on Eklund Road in Culver Township, north of Brookston.
November 8 will be the date that vaccinated Canadians will be able to resume visits to the U.S. Details about what kind of vaccines will be accepted for visitors from Canada have still not been announced.
President Joe Biden has signed into law a bill raising the nation’s debt limit until early December, delaying the prospect of a federal default. Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell has said Republicans will not support another increase in December.
The Republican-hired investigator looking into Wisconsin's 2020 election will not require officials from major cities or the state elections commission to report for interviews on Friday as originally scheduled. They may still have to appear on Oct. 22.
President Joe Biden spoke out against misinformation surrounding COVID-19 vaccination mandates Thursday. Biden says school board members, religious leaders, and doctors have had to educate people about the importance of vaccines.
Duluth was the first stop for Gov. Tim Walz's tour of projects that are being considered for state funding in next year's legislative session. Walz said the projects create jobs and said it's one of the reasons that Minnesota is growing while other states in the Midwest are not.
If you have a favorite Duluth park, or would like to see changes or improvements to any of them, the City of Duluth is encouraging you to participate in their their parks survey. Public comment is accepted through November 9.
A former Boeing employee has pleaded not guilty to charges of fraud in connection with development of the 737 Max before two of the planes crashed. Mark Forkner made his first appearance in federal court Friday in Texas.