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  • Bullying

    A panel is starting to work on creating a state where school kids are free from bullying, harassment and intimidation. Governor Dayton’s Task Force on the Prevention of School Bullying met for the first time …

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    20 Mar 12
  • Dayton1

    Governor Dayton will be in Mankato today (TUE) to participate in assemblies with 6th-graders at Garfield and Franklin Elementary Schools. At each school the Governor will give brief remarks and then take questions from students. …

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    20 Mar 12
  • Temperature2

    It’s been many years since we last had an early-season warm spell like this one in Minnesota. Climatologist Pete Boulay says it last happened 31 years ago. He says that back in February of 1981 …

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    20 Mar 12
  • Thunderstorm

    The storm that blew through the area Monday evening was packing high winds and heavy rain, and ripped the roofs off homes in the City of Elysian. Le Sueur County Emergency Management Director Ann Traxler …

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    20 Mar 12
  • Legislature Approves Jacob's Law

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    19 Mar 12
  • Temperature2

    Only a very small portion of Minnesota still has snow on the ground.  A good deal of the Arrowhead, especially Lake and Cook counties, has a white covering but even that’s fading fast after a …

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    19 Mar 12
  • Cuffs

    It was a busy St. Patrick’s Day for the Minnesota State Patrol. Officers arrested 43 impaired drivers — 21 of those in the Twin Cities metro area. Lt. Eric Roeske says that’s a slight increase …

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    19 Mar 12
  • CarChase

    A man who led authorities on a car chase over the weekend that involved law enforcement agencies from 3 counties is in custody after being subdued by a tazer. James Eiring Allen was being sought …

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    19 Mar 12