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FARGO - Country music star Blake Shelton might just have a local look-alike and he may have snuck backstage Saturday night, Sept. 24. Andrew Dahlen of Fisher, Minn., wrote a Facebook post describing his "Fake Blake" concert story and it's been shared hundreds of times. He dressed up and looks somewhat like Shelton and posed for pictures with fans on the concourse at Shelton's concert at the Fargodome.
While other states aren't making new investments to treat mental illness or are even cutting programs, "We've done a lot as a state investing in mental health," Minnesota Department of Human Services Commissioner Emily Piper said in an exclusive interview Tuesday with the Duluth News Tribune editorial board.
ST. JOSEPH, Minn. - A funeral service for Jacob Wetterling, the boy abducted and killed in 1989, is set for 10 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 25. The St. Joseph boy's disappearance was unsolved until this month, when his killer confessed in court. Click here for the live stream of the funeral from St. Benedict in St. Joseph.
ST PAUL — Lake Sallie in Becker County is one of four lakes the Department of Natural Resources has confirmed as having new infestations of zebra mussels.
The new school year is back in full swing and no doubt you've already noticed there's more activity in the streets during the morning rush to work and the afternoon drive home; yellow buses all over town. The weather is still nice which means more kids are riding bike, on foot, and on skateboards and scooters.
ST. JOSEPH -- After nearly 27 years of not knowing what happened to Jacob Wetterling -- the 11-year-old boy abducted on a dirt road in 1989 near his home in rural St. Joseph -- there are reports today the boy’s remains may have been found.
SUPERIOR, Wis.—Enbridge announced late Thursday it plans to suspend the Sandpiper Pipeline, citing changes in market conditions and Minnesota regulatory delays that prompted customers to invest in a different pipeline. Enbridge Energy Partners will withdraw applications pending with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and shelve the Sandpiper until North Dakota oil production recovers from the recent slowdown.
Authorities have identified the names of a man and woman found dead Tuesday, Aug. 9, on a farmstead about 11 miles northeast of Mahnomen. The two were 68-year-old Elizabeth Thompson...
Hosting the Olympics is a boondoggle no city should want. Over the course of two and a half weeks, the Olympics lure hundreds of thousands of tourists to the host...