Minnesota News
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council is scheduled to consider a development agreement with Frontier Labs this (TUE) evening that includes a tax abatement program. The tax breaks would help the laboratory set up operations in …

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    05 Mar 13
  • Demographics

    Minnesota is headed toward a significant milestone in which more of its residents are senior citizens than school-aged. A state demographer told a panel of top legislators Monday that Minnesota is on course to reach …

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    05 Mar 13
  • WinterDriving

    Another winter storm is moving through southern Minnesota, and a Winter Storm Warning is in effect. The New Ulm area received nearly 3 inches of snow overnight, and Meteorologist Greg Tatro says that more snow …

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    04 Mar 13
  • FatalCrash

    A 6-year-old boy was killed in a car accident on Highway 4 in Martin County Sunday morning. 26-year-old Alicia Tapia of Fairmont reportedly lost control of the Jeep 4-door wagon she was driving at just …

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    04 Mar 13
  • Crash

    A Butterfield man was injured in a crash just east of Windom Saturday afternoon that involved 3 different vehicles. A Dodge Avenger driven by 43-year-old Randy Steinbrink of Butterfield rear-ended a Chevy Silverado that was …

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    04 Mar 13
  • CarChase

    A St. Peter man remains in custody and charges are pending following a high-speed car chase in Le Sueur County late Friday night. A sheriff’s deputy had reportedly tried to stop a vehicle for a …

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    04 Mar 13
  • MichaelDanberry

    A Janesville police officer has been charged with felony assault. 24-year-old Michael Danberry was allegedly involved in an incident last weekend at Club 57 in Waseca. Officials say a verbal argument took place, which escalated …

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    04 Mar 13
  • FishHouses

    The DNR is reminding anglers that the deadline for removing ice houses from lakes in Southern Minnesota is today (MON). All permanent structures must be taken off lakes in the southern two-thirds of the state. …

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    04 Mar 13