Minnesota News
  • Jury

    A trial date has been set for a 19-year-old New Ulm man accused of taking part in several break-ins in the City of Gaylord this past summer. Sean David McFarland is accused of taking cash …

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    18 Oct 12
  • JimSchulte

    The Redwood Falls City Council on Tuesday upheld a decision to terminate the employment of the CEO of the Redwood Area Hospital. James Schulte was accused of “double-dipping” on travel expenses on several occasions by …

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    18 Oct 12
  • FoodStamps

    A Sleepy Eye woman has been sentenced to 20 days in jail and 5 years on probation for welfare fraud that occurred over the course of 4 years. 23-year-old Keshia Weigel had been charged with …

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    18 Oct 12
  • BarbaraDanberry

    A Lake Crystal woman is in trouble with the authorities again after a disturbance she was involved in led police to find syringes and various drug items. 47-year-old Barbara Danberry pleaded guilty plea to 5th-degree …

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    18 Oct 12
  • PrescriptionDrugs

    A St. Peter man has pleaded guilty to selling drugs in Blue Earth County as part of a plea deal. 45-year-old Russell Schnitzler entered a guilty plea on a charge of 4th-degree drug sales, and …

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    18 Oct 12
  • Odometer

    A Janesville man faces multiple criminal charges for allegedly rolling back car odometers and then selling those vehicles. 60-year-old Jeff Hagen of “Jeff’s Auto Body” has been charged with 1 count of felony theft by …

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    18 Oct 12
  • Highway14Sign1

    Minnesota Department of Transportation officials are warning that local motorists trying to shorten their trip to the new stretch of Highway 14 near North Mankato are creating unsafe driving conditions. It is illegal for motorists …

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    18 Oct 12
  • TowardZeroDeaths

    The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has announced new federal grants to support traffic safety enforcement and educational efforts in south-central Minnesota. The $360,000 will help support law enforcement overtime for the Toward Zero Deaths …

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    18 Oct 12