Minnesota
  • MNDeptOfHealth

    State health officials are reporting a slight increase in reportable adverse events in Minnesota hospitals and surgical centers. The Minnesota Health Department’s Diane Rydrych says the total number of adverse events rose from 305 in …

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    19 Jan 12
  • Vikings

    Just days before lawmakers launch their 2012 session, Governor Dayton is pushing all parties to reach agreement on an acceptable site for a new Vikings stadium. Dayton says the Vikings’ preferred site – Arden Hills …

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    19 Jan 12
  • DrugBustjpg

    A 19-year-old Kasota man faces felony drug charges in Nicollet County following a traffic stop in St. Peter. Kyle Jeffrey Allen was pulled over by St. Peter Police for not wearing a seatbelt. During the …

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    19 Jan 12
  • Thermometer

    Folks in central and northern Minnesota woke up to temperature readings of 15-below zero in some places this (WED) morning, and snow is expected for much of the state today. And the coldest air of …

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    18 Jan 12
  • Rollover

    A 21-year-old Mankato man was seriously injured early Monday morning in a rollover accident just outside of Eagle Lake. Patrick Lawler Mahan lost control of his Ford Taurus and was ejected from the car as …

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    18 Jan 12
  • NaturalArea

    Minnesota farmers are getting a program that’s “first” in the nation.  US Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack, EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson and Governor Mark Dayton signed an agreement Tuesday that launches a new pilot program in …

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    18 Jan 12
  • Dollars

    Governor Dayton on Tuesday unveiled his $775-million bonding package for public works projects. His proposal includes improvements at colleges and universities, a new State Emergency Operations Center, flood mitigation grants and a dolphin tank at …

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    18 Jan 12
  • Radon

    Radon Action Month continues in Minnesota and across the nation, and homeowners in Redwood and Renville counties can now acquire free radon kits through the month of January. The Department of Health recommends that all …

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    18 Jan 12