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  • JohnLaDueInCustody

    The attorneys for the 17-year-old Waseca boy accused of planning a school shooting say that their goal is to get the charges against him thrown out. John LaDue was arrested in a storage unit and …

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    16 May 14
  • Mugshot Processed -

    A priest who was convicted of fondling a 12-year-old girl while he was working in southern Minnesota has been deported to his native India. Officials with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement say that 48-year-old Leo …

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    16 May 14
  • MassDispensingClinic

    Public health and medical personnel from around the region will be taking part in a regional disaster exercise today (FRI). The training event will focus on the activation and operation of mass dispensing clinics in …

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    16 May 14
  • MarijuanaPills

    Minnesota House and Senate negotiators have reached a deal on a medical marijuana bill. It would create two state-controlled manufacturing sites with four distribution centers each. The measure does not allow the smoking or vaporization …

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    16 May 14
  • Dollars

    House lawmakers early this (FRI) morning passed a billion-dollar package for state buildings and public works projects that borrows $846-million in a bonding bill, and spends $200-million from the state’s expected budget surplus. The U-of-M …

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    16 May 14
  • ECigarette

    A ban on electronic-cigarettes in health care facilities, licensed day care centers and public buildings is headed to Governor Dayton’s desk after the legislature passed it Thursday night. Mankato area Senator Kathy Sheran says certain …

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    16 May 14
  • MNLegislature

    Minnesota has the nation’s first law requiring smartphones and tablets sold in the state to have remote shut-off devices as a way to deter theft. The “Kill Switch” bill was signed Wednesday by Governor Dayton …

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    16 May 14
  • SleepyEyeCityCouncil

    The Sleepy Eye City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a more-than $584,000 bid for improvements to the first and second additions to the city’s Snow Farm development project. MR Paving and Excavating of New Ulm …

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    16 May 14