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  • PropaneTruck

    Governor Dayton has extended an executive order that loosens some restrictions on transporting propane in Minnesota because of a shortage of the gas. The order eases regulation of the hours that propane can be transported. …

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    10 Dec 13
  • FluShots

    This is National Influenza Vaccination Week and state health officials are encouraging you to get a flu shot. The Minnesota Department of Health’s Claudia Miller says although current vaccines are maybe not as effective as …

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    10 Dec 13
  • Dollars

    Don’t count on a sales tax rebate check like the ones that became popular in prior years Minnesota ran a budget surplus. Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk said Monday that it’s unlikely his chamber would …

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    10 Dec 13
  • Deer

    Minnesota hunters harvested a total of 164,550 deer during the 2013 season, according to preliminary numbers released by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Monday.  Excluding the late season in southeastern Minnesota, hunters harvested 144,000 …

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    10 Dec 13
  • Winter Snowstorm Blasts The Midwest

    The Minnesota State Patrol responded to more than 400 crashes statewide on Sunday after light snowfall coated roads already covered by ice. Lieutenant Eric Roeske says there were injuries in at least 52 wrecks, although …

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    09 Dec 13
  • Interstate90

    There were several car accidents on Interstate 90 in southern Minnesota on Sunday, including one in Faribault County that injured 4 people. A 1999 Dodge Stratus driven by 57-year-old Elizabeth Johnson of Fairmont was heading …

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    09 Dec 13
  • ColdChristmas

    With winds of around 15 miles-per-hour across the state, forecasters with the National Weather Service are warning that dangerously cold wind chills will make it feel like 20 to 35 degrees below zero through noon …

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    09 Dec 13
  • BufordRogers

    A federal judge in the case of an alleged bomb-maker from Montevideo says prosecutors can’t use some of the defendant’s statements at trial because FBI agents went too far in their initial questioning of the …

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    09 Dec 13