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Vikings Sign 1st-Rounder Hughes, Complete Draft Class Deals
The Minnesota Vikings have signed first-round pick Mike Hughes, putting their entire eight-player draft class under contract the week before training camp begins.
Semi Crash Sends Hogs Spilling Onto Highway 169
Some pigs went hog-wild on the highway after a semi-truck overturned in southern Minnesota.
Boy Reported for Unlicensed Hot Dog Stand Gets Help
A 13-year-old entrepreneur who was reported for operating a hot dog stand outside his house without a license is now getting help from the Minnesota Department of Health.
Minnesota Drive-Ins Struggle in Evolving Movie Market
Hollywood's demands and the changing economics of the film industry are making it tough for the owners of Minnesota's remaining drive-in movie theaters to make ends meet.
Minnesota Fishing License Sales Drop to New Low
Recent data from the state Department of Natural Resources shows fewer people are buying fishing licenses in Minnesota.
Bear Killed After Wandering Into Minnesota Recreation Area
Authorities shot and killed a 250-pound black bear after it wandered into the heavy populated recreation area on Lake Minnetonka.
Bemidji Cleaning Up Damage from 4th of July Tornado
The northern Minnesota city of Bemidji is cleaning up the damage from a Fourth of July tornado.
Minnesota Could Run Out of Funds to Fix DMV System
State information technology officials say Minnesota's beleaguered computer system for vehicle titles and tabs may not be fixed before the agencies responsible for it run out of money.
Pair Charged With Murder After Remains Found in Minnesota
Authorities say two people killed a man on a Minnesota farmstead before burning the body and burying the remains in two separate sites.
Harley, Stung By Tariffs, Shifts Some Production Overseas
Harley-Davidson, facing rising costs from new tariffs, will begin shifting the production of motorcycles heading for Europe from the U.S. to factories overseas.
Poison Control Warns About Fire Colorant Product
As the summer campfire season picks up Minnesota Poison Control has a warning about a product used to generate colored flames.
Raccoon Scales St. Paul Office Tower, Captvating Public
A raccoon that appeared to be stranded on a ledge after climbing more than 20 stories of a high-rise office building in downtown St. Paul has made it to the roof, easing concerns that the animal could plummet to its death.