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Much of northern Minnesota is nearly at peak, while the southern part of the state is changing slowly.
In the first visit to Minnesota by a sitting Somali prime minister, Hamza Abdi Barre urged a Bloomington audience to join the country's fight against Al-Shabab.
The Minnesota Academy of Science secured $100,000 in new donations and pledges to support the programs for another year.
The national shortage has been exacerbated by recent hurricanes that have forced dozens of blood drive cancellations and strained blood supply.
Classes resume at Plymouth high school following sewage backup caused partially by flushed vape pens
School officials said they have cleared the blockage and cleaned and sanitized the affected areas.
Operators of the 1960s-era structure said the ride will be refitted with elevator parts in time for next year's fair.
The opening Thursday of the Great Minnesota Get-Together is historically one of the lowest-attended days.
City and housing officials say the additional $4 million in funding would help the cash-strapped Minneapolis Public Housing Authority to complete much-needed repairs and plan ahead.
Minnesota has more than 200 Mud Lakes, though state and federal guidelines discourage duplicate monikers.
Fair officials are prohibiting the use of marijuana during the annual event, which starts Aug. 24.