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CROOKSTON, Minn. — The Minnesota Department of Health is investigating four cases of Legionnaires' disease linked to a hotel in northwestern Minnesota. Four people reported getting sick between Jan. 22 and Jan. 27 after staying at the Crookston Inn and Convention Center. None of them stayed in the hotel overnight and visited the hotel for different occasions, the Department of Health said in a news release.
POLK COUNTY, Minn.—In Polk County, a local family is grieving after someone mysteriously killed their dog and left bullet holes in cars nearby. Molly Bye's dogs were outside Thursday night when she says someone shot and killed her Labrador retriever named Shiloh. The family found the dog's body Friday morning. Nearby their neighbors found bullet holes in their cars and windshields. Bye says she's also concerned the shootings could've ended with more injuries or worse. "Our kids' rooms are in the front of the house," said Bye.
GRAND FORKS, ND — A million dollar light project could soon light up streets in Grand Forks. It's all part of a push to build the local economy using art. Outside the Alerus Center on 42nd Street is where some unique lights could soon be installed. it's all part of a project by the public arts commission to change the face of streets in Grand Forks.
FORT TOTTEN, N.D.—One local reservation could soon allow alcohol, but it could take a ballot referendum vote. The Spirit Lake Reservation is a dry reservation—no alcohol is allowed—but some tribe members are asking for those living on the reservation to sign a petition allowing for the sale of hard liquor, beer, and wine at the casino during special events, concerts, and in one of the restaurants.