As drought conditions worsen across Minnesota, more cities are implementing watering bans.
A number of Minnesota cities have implemented watering bans this week due to drought conditions brought on by the extreme heat.
The Minnesota Department of Health has put out a warning Friday night as they say they are seeing clusters of cases of a COVID-19 variant first identified in the United Kingdom, particularly among young athletes in Carver County.
Only two-and-a-half weeks ago, high temperatures were still below zero in the Minnesota area, but now we are close to 50.
The Carver County Water Management Organization removed roughly 50,000 goldfish from a water way attached to Big Woods Lake in Chaska, Minnesota.