Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
Posted at 10:00 PM

A friend of a late artist is getting close to finishing the restoration of an eagle sculpture along the Missouri River in Bismarck.

Posted at 9:00 PM

The lawyer for a Sawyer superintendent and high school principal accused of sex crimes involving a 15-year-old boy says his client should not have been charged with felony human trafficking.

Posted at 8:30 PM

A group of soybean representatives from China and Indonesia is visiting eastern North Dakota.

Posted at 8:00 PM

Another 210 workers at the Keetac taconite plant could face layoffs as U.S. Steel plans another full idling of the facility.

Posted at 6:00 PM

Lawmakers, medical experts and law enforcement officials tracking the launch of Minnesota's medical marijuana law got an earful Friday of the good and bad stories of the state's new program.

Posted at 5:30 PM

A North Dakota man has been sentenced to six months in prison for dealing methamphetamine.

Posted at 4:00 PM

Eleven genetically rare bison have been released into a state park near Mankato as part of an effort to expand the bison herd in Minnesota.

Updated at 3:14 PM

Ken Jeong is a doctor, and now he plays one on TV. The real-life doctor-turned-comedian-turned-actor stars in “Dr. Ken” as the title character, a physician who needs to work on his bedside manner. Jeong, best known for his roles in the “Hangover”...

Posted at 3:00 PM

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says more boaters are beginning to understand the state's invasive species laws, and as a result the rate of violations is going down.

Posted at 2:00 PM

Gov. Mark Dayton ordered state and federal flags to be lowered to half-staff in Minnesota on Sunday, in honor of firefighters who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty.

Updated at 1:50 PM

It’s Banned Books Week here in the U.S., an annual event designed to raise awareness about intellectual freedom and celebrate the First Amendment. Launched in 1982,

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