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  • 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
  • GOP

    The Brown County Republican County Convention is taking place today (SAT) in Sleepy Eye. Brown County GOP Chair Jim Hahn says the primary purpose of the convention is to select delegates for the upcoming district …

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    17 Mar 12
  • DakotaWar

    The Minnesota Historical Society is marking the 150th anniversary of the US-Dakota War with a new exhibit and other programs. The exhibit opens June 30th at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul. Visitors can …

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    17 Mar 12
  • AmyRomero

    A former Jessenland Township resident accused of murdering her infant child more than a decade ago made an appearance in Sibley County Court Thursday. 29-year-old Amy Ann Romero was arrested at her home in Milan, …

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    17 Mar 12
  • Vikings Stadium Update

    The Vikings stadium bill will stay alive at the state Capitol beyond Friday night’s deadline for the measure to pass out of committee. House Speaker Kurt Zellers says the deadline was not the problem with …

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    17 Mar 12
  • Flu

    This year’s flu season in Minnesota is one of the mildest we’ve seen in years, but the number of cases have been on the rise in recent weeks. Over the last week, health officials say …

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    16 Mar 12
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved more than $1.1 million worth of budget cuts, including the elimination of 10 full-time teaching positions. District 88 Superintendent Harold Remme says that making the …

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    16 Mar 12