A Duluth family has been reunited with a World War I dog tag that had been out of their family for more than 80 years. The dog tag was found last spring by a man with a metal detector, and on Monday, it was given back to the family.
A Grand Rapids woman endured the fight of her life when she was diagnosed with blastomycosis, a fungal disease that can be deadly. Now she is sharing her story to make sure no one else has to go through what she did.
The Minnesota DNR has denied a request to reconsider the tailings basin permits for PolyMet. Environmental groups and others had made the request, citing concerns about recent dam failures in other countries.
MnDOT will be holding an open house to discuss plans to improve the intersection at Highways 169 and 65 in Nashwauk, as well as discuss a temporary solution until work begins. The public is invited to attend.
Minnesota Department of Public Safety officials say officers cited 678 drivers across the state during the first week of the new hands-free cellphone law. The Star Tribune reports that officers handed out 286 citations in Hennepin County, or about 40 percent of the total tickets issued.