Minnesota
  • Nibbe1

    A Lake Crystal woman who admitted to murdering her husband in 2010 has been sentenced to 17 years in prison and 8.5 years of supervised release. 34-year-old Jennifer Nibbe recently pleaded guilty to 2nd-degree murder …

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    10 Jul 12
  • SkidLoader

    Authorities have released the identity of the 74-year-old Cambria man killed in a skid loader accident Saturday afternoon. Herbert Schloesser was apparently operating a Bobcat skid loader on his property in Cambria when he was …

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    09 Jul 12
  • Boats

    A Wabasso man was reportedly killed in a boating accident on Lake Shetek early Sunday morning. Murray County law enforcement officials have released scant details on the fatal accident at this time, but sources say …

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    09 Jul 12
  • Nibbe1

    A Lake Crystal woman is scheduled to be sentenced for the murder of her husband today (MON). Jennifer Nibbe recently pleaded guilty to 2nd-degree murder in Blue Earth County Court. The 34-year-old was originally charged …

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    09 Jul 12
  • ToddGavin1

    A judge has denied a request from a Mankato eye doctor to have criminal sexual conduct charges against him dismissed. Todd Gavin had been accused of inappropriately touching female patients, as well as asking them …

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    09 Jul 12
  • Crash2

    An arrest warrant has *Not* been issued for a 19-year-old St. Peter man involved in a fatal car crash as previously reported. State Patrol Captain Lori Hodapp says that the investigation into the crash that …

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    09 Jul 12
  • ConcertInThePark (1)

    The Monday Night Concerts in German Park continue this evening in New Ulm. Tonight’s free show features music by Barton’s Hollow, a 5-piece traditional bluegrass, contemporary bluegrass, gospel and acoustic band made up of members …

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    09 Jul 12
  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross blood supply has reached emergency levels in Minnesota, and donors are desperately needed. Spokesperson Sue Gonsior says the shortage is because 50,000 fewer donations than expected were made in June. All …

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    09 Jul 12