Minnesota
  • NUHighSchool

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board approved a tax abatement bonding project to make improvements to school parking lots during a special meeting Friday morning. The proposed $680,000 project will include improvements to the …

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    09 Jun 13
  • Fishing

    It’s “Take A Kid Fishing” weekend in Minnesota. The DNR’s Pat Arndt says if you have never fished before, a number of State Parks have equipment families can use free of charge. Arndt says today …

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    09 Jun 13
  • Tasered

    The Blue Earth County Attorney’s Office has ruled that no charges will be filed against the Mankato police officers involved in the death of a 26-year-old Nicollet County man in January. Officers were dispatched to …

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    07 Jun 13
  • PoliceLine

    Authorities are investigating an apparent homicide that took place in Mankato Thursday morning, and a suspect is in custody. A woman was killed and a man injured at a home on Second Avenue in Mankato, and the …

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    07 Jun 13
  • CarChase2

    A 19-year-old Gibbon man is in custody in Nicollet County after leading authorities on a car chase down Highway 14 and across a muddy field. Landon Mitchell Lauwagie had been pulled over for speeding by …

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    07 Jun 13
  • Cigarette and tabacco packs on a shelf

    Minnesota is weeks away from having the nation’s 6th highest tax on cigarettes when the new $2.83 a-pack charge kicks in. Increases in tobacco taxes were key parts of the new state budget approved by …

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    07 Jun 13
  • Cuffs

    A Henderson man has been charged with felony car theft after allegedly selling a used car to a St. Peter couple and then stealing it from them 2 days later. 26-year-old Daniel John Hutchins is …

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    07 Jun 13
  • SnowplowSalting

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has tallied up the total statewide road salt usage for the winter driving season. It came in at more than 304,500 tons. That’s a marked increase from the year before, …

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    07 Jun 13