(Willmar MN-) Gun bills ranging from universal background checks to "permitless carry" will be discussed today during a Minnesota Senate field hearing in Hibbing (Tuesday 1:00 P-M). Majority Leader Paul Gazelka was the main speaker at the annual meeting of the Willmar Rifle and Pistol Club l… Read more
(New York, NY) -- The New York Times is endorsing Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren for the Democratic nomination. The newspaper believes the Minnesota Senator offers a voice for the middle, writing that Klobuchar has "Midwestern charisma, grit, and sticktoitiveness." The paper preferred Wa… Read more
(Taylor Falls, MN) -- The Chisago County Sheriff's office is urging people not to snowboard off cliffs after a teen was found unresponsive in Taylors Falls. Deputies say 19-year-old Luke Zajac fell about 30 feet from a cliff at Interstate Park Sunday evening. The teen from Marine on St. Croi… Read more
(Willmar MN-) The American Red Cross has extended its urgent call for donors of all blood types to give blood or platelets. With influenza escalating across the country and preventing some donors from giving, and winter weather threatening to cancel blood drives, the Red Cross now has a crit… Read more
(St. Cloud MN-) Some phone scammers recently targeted the family of Stearns County Sheriff's Department Captain John Lentz. Lentz says last week he got a message from his mother, who said her grandson, Lentz son, had called her and said he had gone to New York, got into an accident and was c… Read more
(Willmar MN-) The Celebrate the Light of the World display at Robbins Island Park in Willmar this past holiday season raised about $72,000 for four area charities. Jon Schmit with Willmar Fests says the donations were down a little from last year, the first year it was at Robbins Island, how… Read more
(Willmar MN-) The City of Willmar Public Works Department declared a snow emergency in the Central Business District last night. It expired at 6 this morning. Willmar Public Works Supervisor Gary Manzer says on Saturday morning the city declared a city-wide snow emergency, but for the downto… Read more
(Morton MN-) The Department of Natural Resources is accepting public comments through Feb. 10 on an environmental assessment involving 125 acres of land at the Lower Sioux Agency, a history center near Morton in south-central Minnesota. Read more
The Train - Music News
Credit: Zack WhitfordAerosmith has issued a statement in response to a lawsuit filed by drummer Joey Kramer against the other four members of the band, which claims they won't allow him to perform with them.
Credit: Gottlieb Bros.Yes has announced plans to play a brief series of concerts in the Southeastern U.S. in advance of the 2020 edition of the famed prog-rock band's Cruise to the Edge.
Credit: Zack WhitfordAerosmith will be honored this Friday as the MusiCares Person of the Year at a star-studded concert event in Los Angeles, and the band itself has just been added to the gala's performance lineup. However, it appears that one of the famous band's members won't be playing…
Rob Fenn/earMUSICAlice Cooper has added a second North American leg of his "Ol' Black Eyes Is Back" tour to his 2020 itinerary.
Tim Mosenfelder/WireImageAerosmith drummer Joey Kramer apparently is experiencing some not-so-sweet emotions regarding the fellow members of his famous group.