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  • Stabbing

    Authorities at MSU-Mankato have lifted a lockdown at the school following a stabbing in a dormitory Friday afternoon. The university says that someone who was not a student was cut on his hand and the …

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    16 Nov 13
  • ThinIce

    A 30-year-old Sartell man is in critical condition after falling through thin ice in Benton County.  Joshua Johnson was ice fishing Friday morning on Little Rock Lake when he went through the ice.  Rescuers were …

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    16 Nov 13
  • DuckHunters

    Some nearby hunters are being credited for helping save 3 McLeod County men whose boat capsized while duck hunting Friday morning. The boat apparently capsized while the 3 were retrieving ducks, sending 2 of them …

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    16 Nov 13
  • BlueEarthCountySeal

    The Blue Earth County Board has been ordered to appear in court next month for a contempt hearing after allegedly failing to abide by a judge’s order in a legal dispute between the board and …

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    16 Nov 13
  • Metrodome

    Minnesota’s Metrodome has hosted monster truck rallies, the Final Four and the Super Bowl over the years, but will soon hold its final event. And ahead of its demolition, historians and others are sizing up …

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    16 Nov 13
  • PaulConrad

    A former Mankato elementary school teacher was arrested this week for allegedly viewing child pornography on a computer in the MSU-Mankato library. 46-year-old Paul Louis Conrad of North Mankato told authorities that he was there …

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    15 Nov 13
  • GeorgeGaunt

    A federal grand jury in Minnesota has indicted a Kentucky man on bank robbery charges for a local area bank robbery last month. 25-year-old George Richard Gaunt of Louisville, Kentucky is accused of robbing the …

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    15 Nov 13
  • Highway14Sign

    Governor Dayton and the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced Thursday that 10 highway construction projects will receive funding through the state’s new $300-million “Corridors of Commerce” program, including parts of Highway 14. The Highway 14 …

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    15 Nov 13