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More Minn. Students Choosing Community College over 4-Year Universities

As Minnesotans head off to college this week, many are increasingly choosing community college over a four-year university.

DNR: Walleye Survival, Not Reproduction is the Problem in Mille Lacs

The fish are biting on Mille Lacs Lake. Problem is, there just aren't that many of them.

Iron Range Speakeasy Tunnel to Reopen

Annabella's Antique Mall in Bovey - Photo: Facebook/Annabella's Antique Mall

A bit of Prohibition era history is about to reopen to the public on Minnesota's Iron Range.
    
Annabella's Antique Mall in Bovey plans to reopen a secret speakeasy tunnel at a red carpet event Friday night.
    

Minnesota Officials Warn of Wolf Encounters

This July 16, 2004, file photo shows a gray wolf at the Wildlife Science Center in Forest Lake, Minn. - Photo: AP/Dawn Villella, file

Northeastern Minnesota authorities are warning residents about wolves attacking dogs and approaching people in Cook County.
    

At the State Fair: Meet a Survivor of the 2009 Fort Hood Shooting

Starting Friday at the Minnesota State Fair, you can meet a Minnesotan who is a survivor in every sense of the word.

U.S. Army Sergeant Patrick Zeigler was shot four times, including once in the head, during the shootings at Fort Hood in 2009.

He spent 800 days in the hospital recovering, but now lives independently with his family in Rochester, Minnesota.

Impaired-Related Traffic Deaths Drop in 2013

Minnesota roads were a little safer in 2013, according to new numbers released by the Department of Public Safety Thursday. Impaired-related traffic deaths dropped nine percent from 2012.

There were 95 impaired-related traffic deaths in 2013, compared to 104 in 2012. It’s a downward trend that’s been happening for several years.

Mavericks Plan to Honor Kolstad at Opener

Isaac Kolstad - Photo Courtsey of Isaac Kolstad's Caring Bridge.

Former Minnesota State football player Isaac Kolstad plans to attend the Mavericks' season opener as he recovers from a severe beating.

Kolstad's wife, Molly, tells KTOE-AM the former linebacker will be back in Mankato on Sept. 4 to attend the MSU-St. Cloud State game.