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    15 Jan 14
  • TonyDowns

    Tony Downs Foods has confirmed that the company’s plant in St. James is closing, and that the work is being moved to a facility owned by Hormel.  A total of 75 jobs will be affected …

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    14 Jan 14
  • Scam

    The federal judiciary is warning the public of an email scam that could infect recipients with computer viruses. The US District Court of Minnesota says that the emails look like they are coming from federal …

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    14 Jan 14
  • CreditCardSwipe

    Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus has reported a massive data breach smilar to what occurred to the Target Corporation over the holiday season. Neiman Marcus says that thieves stole some of its customer’s payment-card information which …

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    14 Jan 14
  • BloodSample

    The Minnesota Department of Health has reached a settlement in a case over its practice of storing and using newborn blood samples without parental consent. The state says it is now destroying over 1 million …

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    14 Jan 14
  • Alcohol

    A leading Republican in the Minnesota House is introducing a new bill to allow Sunday liquor sales in Minnesota. Deputy Republican leader Jenifer Loon of Eden Prairie says it’s time for state government to abolish …

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    14 Jan 14
  • MNCapitol

    Lawmakers wanting to get their proposals in the pipeline have filed them ahead of the 2014 session. A total of 278 bills were introduced Monday, more than six weeks before the Legislature convenes. The early …

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    14 Jan 14
  • ECigarette

    The Mankato City Council has voted to ban the use of e-cigarettes in public buildings. Monday’s vote was 6-1. The ban on the vapor-emitting devices comes over concerns whether that vapor is dangerous, especially second-hand. …

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    14 Jan 14