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Sartell Man Killed in Stearns County Crash ID'd

The man who died in a crash in Stearns County on Wednesday has been identified.

The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office says 30-year-old Charles Stuns Jr. of Sartell was pronounced dead at Melrose Hospital.

The driver of the other vehicle, 42-year-old Juan Ramirez of Long Prairie, is still hospitalized.

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Snowplow Drivers Prepare for the Possible Wrath of Old Man Winter

With snow coming in the next few months, snowplow drivers across the state are getting ready.

More than 90 plow operators are participating in an intensive training program preparing them for the worst road conditions.

Duluth Art Museum Gets $1 Million for Renovations

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The Tweed Museum of Art in Duluth has received a $1 million donation that will be used to kick off a $4.2 million renovation project.
    
Chancellor Lendley Black announced the gift Thursday at the museum on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus. He says the money is from the Alice Tweed Tuohy Foundation in Santa Barbara, California.

Equine Therapy Helps Veterans Cope with Trauma

At Acres for Life in Chisago City, veterans are finding a new way to heal from war trauma.

"It's scary because they're huge and super powerful animals.  I was terrified of them," Marine Corps Veteran Dan Hanson said about interacting with horses for the first time.
But the Sergeant has survived more horror than many of us can imagine.

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DNR Closes Islands in Meeker County's Pigeon Lake Due to Bird Virus

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says islands in Meeker County's Pigeon Lake are off limits to the public because of a bird virus. - Photo: Scree Shot/Google Maps

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says islands in Meeker County's Pigeon Lake are off limits to the public because of a bird virus.
    

Vikings' Motives for Doing 'the Right Thing' Questioned

Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf, right, speaks as executive vice president & general manager Rick Spielman, left, owner/chairman Mark Wilf, second from left, and executive vice president legal affairs Kevin Warren listen during a news conference. - Photo: AP/Ann Heisenfelt

When the Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday morning they had 'made a mistake' on Monday in bringing back Adrian Peterson following his indictment on a felony child abuse charge in Texas, did they really make the right decision?