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  • GregorySunderman

    A 52-year-old St. Peter man accused of having a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl from Mankato has been sentenced to 120 days in the Blue Earth County Jail. Gregory Ross Sunderman was convicted of …

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    21 May 14
  • MNSecurityHospital

    The Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter is being fined $1,000 after investigators found substantiated maltreatment in an incident that led to the death of a patient. Darnell Dee Whitefeather is charged with murder for …

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    21 May 14
  • Dayton2014BondBillSigning

    Governor Dayton has signed a trio of major bills that he says will help Minnesota’s economic growth. During the signing ceremony the governor talked about the progress the state’s economy made in the past 2 …

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    21 May 14
  • MNSuperBowl

    NFL owners on Tuesday voted to hold Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis in 2018, over competing bids from New Orleans and Indianapolis. The vote came in the fourth round of voting, which meant that Minneapolis …

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    21 May 14
  • FatalCrash

    Authorities were on the scene of a fatal head-on crash just east of Hutchinson this (TUE) morning. It happened at just before 6am at the intersection of Highways 7 and 22. The Minnesota State Patrol …

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    20 May 14
  • Judge

    A 19-year-old Madelia man has been convicted of 3rd-degree criminal sexual conduct in a jury trial. Jesus Pedraza was accused of entering the victim’s room last July and raping her, despite her telling him to …

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    20 May 14
  • MarkWetsch

    The bank robber dubbed “The Man in Black” has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. Fifty-one-year-old Mark Wetsch was sentenced Monday in federal court in St. Paul. Wetsch has formally changed his name to …

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    20 May 14
  • ClickItOrTicket

    Nearly 400 Minnesota law enforcement agencies across the state are adding extra patrols during the latest “Click It or Ticket” campaign, which kicked off Monday and runs through June 1st. Officials say that a total …

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    20 May 14