Minnesota
  • Cuffs

    Drunken drivers are the target of a month-long law enforcement campaign that begins today (FRI). The effort will include 8,500 extra hours of DWI patrols on Minnesota roads. State Patrol Lieutenant Eric Roeske says the …

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    02 Dec 11
  • ArmedRobbery

    Authorities in Marshall are offering a $500 reward for information on an alleged armed robbery at a Marshall convenience store. A white man is his mid-twenties reportedly entered the Cenex-Ampride store in Marshall on Tuesday …

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    02 Dec 11
  • ChrisFarris1

    A St. Peter man accused of killing his infant son pleaded guilty to 2nd-degree murder in Nicollet County Court on Wednesday. 28-year-old Christopher Farris brought the severely injured 3-month-old boy to a Mankato hospital in …

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    02 Dec 11
  • CougarKilled

    The Department of Natural Resources is investigating the fatal shooting of a cougar in southwest Minnesota. It’s illegal to shoot mountain lions, or cougars, in Minnesota unless they’re posing a threat. Bruce Ihnen says he …

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    02 Dec 11
  • DelbertHuber

    A rural Paynesville man facing a 1st-degree murder charge has still not secured the services of a lawyer to represent him. 81-year-old Delbert Huber is accused of killing 43-year-old Timothy Larson of Albertville in Kandiyohi …

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    01 Dec 11
  • RoadClosed

    While the weather remains relatively mild in southern Minnesota, the Minnesota State Patrol temporarily closed Interstate 94 in northwestern Minnesota Wednesday morning after at least four semis slid on the icy road and blocked traffic. …

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    01 Dec 11
  • Dollars

    The latest state economic forecast will be released Thursday, and reports say Minnesota could face a budget deficit of between half-a-billion to a billion dollars. Earlier this year, the battle over the budget closed down …

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    30 Nov 11
  • PowerLine1

    A Minnesota energy cooperative recently spent $437 million to build a coal-burning power plant in North Dakota. Now it plans to shut it down. Great River Energy says a combination of factors caused it to …

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    30 Nov 11