Andrew Krueger, MPR News

Andrew Krueger

MPR News

Minnesota, United States

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Recent:
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Past:
  • Grand Forks Herald
  • Duluth News Tribune
  • jamestownsun
  • Brainerd Dispatch
  • WDAZ News
  • Agweek

Recent articles by Andrew:

Three people killed in crash in western Minnesota

Three people died in a crash between a semi and an SUV on Thursday evening at an intersection in western Minnesota. → Read More

Two dead in house explosion, fire in Hopkins

Fire and rescue crews from across the southwest metro responded Wednesday morning to an explosion and fire at a home in Hopkins. → Read More

Two killed in crash involving motorcycles, truck near Duluth

Two men died in a crash involving two motorcycles and a truck on Thursday night just north of Duluth. → Read More

Six teens injured in crash in Anoka County

Six teenagers were injured in a single-vehicle crash late Thursday night in Anoka County. → Read More

One injured in shooting at Oakdale movie theater

One person was injured by gunfire Tuesday night inside a movie theater in the eastern Twin Cities metro area. → Read More

One dead as severe storms sweep across Minnesota

One person died as severe storms packing winds in excess of 90 mph swept across Minnesota overnight. → Read More

Holiday weekend campsites in short supply — but not entirely booked — at Minnesota state parks

The DNR reported earlier this week that of the approximately 4,500 state park campsites in the state, only about 177 were available for the full three-night Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

STORM ROUNDUP: 2 deaths reported as storms with hurricane-force winds sweep across Minnesota, South Dakota

More than 70,000 homes and businesses remained without power across the region early Friday as damage assessment and cleanup continued after the second straight night of widespread severe weather. → Read More

Severe storms sweep through southern Minnesota, Twin Cities

ST. PAUL -- Thousands of homes and businesses remained without power across southern Minnesota on Thursday, in the wake of severe storms that brought damaging winds, flooding rain, hail and a few reports of possible tornadoes. The storms were responsible for at least one death — a woman who died in a crash caused by downed power lines along Interstate 90 near Worthington. More strong storms were… → Read More

Thousands remain without power in wake of Wednesday night's storms

Thousands of homes and businesses remained without power across southern Minnesota on Thursday morning, in the wake of severe storms that brought damaging winds, flooding rain, hail and a few reports of possible tornadoes. → Read More

New campground at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park set to open June 1

The opening date has now been set for a long-awaited new state park campground on Minnesota's North Shore. The 46-site Shipwreck Creek campground at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park will open on June 1. → Read More

Tentative agreement reached to end Minneapolis educators' strike

Counting Friday’s canceled classes, the strike has kept more than 30,000 students out of school for 14 days. → Read More

Deal reached to end Minneapolis teachers strike; classses set to resume Monday

The Minneapolis Public Schools and its teachers union say they've reached a tentative contract agreement to end the strike that's kept thousands of students out of school for more than two weeks. → Read More

Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth end masking orders for city buildings

Officials in the three cities said they dropped the masking orders based on the state’s rapidly falling COVID numbers as well as guidance from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. → Read More

Talks set to resume as Minneapolis teachers' strike extends into third day

Mediation is set to resume Thursday morning as the strike by Minneapolis Public Schools teachers and support staff extends into a third day. → Read More

Classes canceled, picket lines begin as Minneapolis teachers go on strike

Classes were canceled for thousands of Minneapolis Public Schools students on Tuesday as teachers and support staff started the district's first strike in more than 50 years. → Read More

130 years after it sank, well-preserved wreckage of ship found in Lake Superior

At 650 feet deep, the wreck isn't accessible to divers. → Read More

Blizzard conditions close highways in northwest Minnesota

State transportation officials closed several major highways in northwestern Minnesota on Friday morning as a winter storm brought blizzard conditions to the region. → Read More

National Weather Service updates total of confirmed December tornadoes in Minnesota

The strongest of the tornadoes was the one that caused major damage to buildings in Hartland, Minn., northwest of Albert Lea. It was an EF-2, with estimated peak wind speeds of 115 mph. → Read More

National Weather Service updates total of confirmed December tornadoes in Minnesota

The strongest of the tornadoes was the one that caused major damage to buildings in Hartland, Minn., northwest of Albert Lea. It was an EF-2, with estimated peak wind speeds of 115 mph. → Read More