Minnesota News
  • GOP

    Veteran political consultant Pat Shortridge says he will run to be chairman of the Minnesota Republican Party, while former state representative Mike Osskopp is dropping out of the race. Shortridge has worked for numerous Republican …

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    21 Dec 11
  • Former Mankato Official’s Wife Sentenced

    The wife of Mankato’s former Public Safety Director has been sentenced to perform 120 hours of community service after pleading guilty to felony theft. 65-year-old Mary Huettl was sentenced for the crime Tuesday. She had …

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    21 Dec 11
  • SafeandSober

    More than 820 DWI arrests have been made in Minnesota midway through a month-long drunk driving enforcement campaign. Several law enforcement agencies report making arrests where the driver registered a blood alcohol level of .30 …

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    20 Dec 11
  • Deer1

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says deer baiting was pervasive during this year’s hunting season. The DNR’s Division of Enforcement cited 144 people with baiting, the highest number of citations issued for the practice …

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    20 Dec 11
  • ThinIce

    Department of Natural Resources officials continue to warn of the dangers of thin ice across the state. The latest warning comes after a Fairmont man fell through the ice on a lake near Trimont Sunday. …

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    20 Dec 11
  • MnDotLogo

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has announced that the upcoming reconstruction of Highway 4 will take place on the highway’s existing route through the City of St. James. The project is being planned for 2016. …

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    20 Dec 11
  • Gun

    Charges are expected today (MON) against a Grand Marais man convicted on a sex charge who’s jailed in the shooting of the prosecutor and a witness in his case. 42-year-old Daniel Schlienz is accused of …

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    19 Dec 11
  • Bloodmobile

    Minnesotans are extra busy during the holiday season, and blood donations typically drop off in December. But Red Cross Spokesperson Nick Gehrig says patients don’t take a holiday from needing blood. Gehrig is asking local …

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    19 Dec 11