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  • Judge

    A federal judge has found that part of a Minnesota law designed to promote the use of renewable energy is unconstitutional and she barred state officials from enforcing it. In a 48-page opinion, US District …

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    19 Apr 14
  • PowerLine

    A case set for trial next week is expected to test Minnesota’s “Buy the Farm” law, which is meant to require utilities building high-voltage power lines to buy out farms in the way if affected …

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    19 Apr 14
  • Housing

    A new report finds that a minimum wager earner would have to work 69-hours a week at $9.50 an hour in order to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment in our state. The Minnesota Housing Partnership’s …

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    19 Apr 14
  • DistractedDriving2

    A statewide crackdown on distracted driving continues through this weekend. Extra officers are on the roads throughout Minnesota in an effort to reduce distracted driving, which accounts for around 25% of all crashes annually in …

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    19 Apr 14
  • OnlyInMN

    Say goodbye to “More to Explore.” Minnesota tourism promoters are ushering in a new slogan that focuses on “Only in Minnesota” experiences as part of their largest-ever advertising campaign. The revamped messaging unveiled Thursday kicks …

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    19 Apr 14
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    19 Apr 14
  • Fire

    The Tracy Fire Department responded to an early morning house fire in Lyon County Thursday, and the home is being considered a total loss. The fire at the residence south of Marshall was reported at …

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    18 Apr 14
  • ChristinaReineke

    A federal judge has sentenced a Faribault woman to 5-and-a-half years in prison for mailing letters threatening to bomb seven post offices in the Twin Cities. 43-year-old Christina Anne Reineke was convicted on one count …

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    18 Apr 14