Minnesota News
  • MitchBongers

    A Faribault man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison on charges of criminal vehicular homicide for the April 2010 death of his girlfriend. Twenty-three-year-old Mitchell Bongers was drunk when he lost …

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    27 Oct 11
  • Dayton1 - Copy

    Business leaders meeting with Governor Mark Dayton during Tuesday’s job summit say they have hundreds of job openings, but can’t find qualified workers to fill them. Some attendees say many Minnesotans should consider the possibility …

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    26 Oct 11
  • Flu1

    Annual flu shots only work on a little over half of the people that take them. A new study out of the University of Minnesota finds flu vaccines are a lot less effective than researchers …

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    26 Oct 11
  • MinnesotaNationalGuard

    The proposed pullout of all US military personnel from Iraq by the end of this year will not likely affect the Minnesota National Guard. Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Olson says the 2,600 soldiers with the First …

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    24 Oct 11
  • WindTurbines

    The University of Minnesota is flipping the switch on a new wind research station this week at the university’s UMore Park property in Rosemount. The research station includes a 420-foot-tall wind turbine and a 426-foot-tall …

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    24 Oct 11
  • DeerVehicle

    A Minnesota State Trooper was injured in a collision with a deer on Highway 15 Sunday night, but his injuries could have been much worse. Trooper Lonnie Pregler was traveling south on 15 south of …

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    19 Oct 11
  • MnSCU

    The formal installation of the new chairman of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system will feature the start of a new tradition, the presentation of a ceremonial medallion. The medallion is to be worn …

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    19 Oct 11
  • Temperature

    On this chilly Minnesota morning, think back to this same day eleven years ago. The state was in the midst of the warmest October in state history as many cities saw temperatures in the 80′s. …

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    19 Oct 11