Minnesota
  • GiveMN

    The final tally is in for Minnesota’s annual day-long effort to raise money for non-profits. Give-To-The-Max organizers say almost $13,600,000 rolled in on Wednesday, setting a new record. More than 47,000 donors contributed to nearly …

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    17 Nov 11
  • Coyote

    Chippewa County will be the first in Minnesota to offer a bounty for coyotes since the state dropped its program in 1965. The Chippewa County Board on Tuesday voted to pay $10 for every coyote …

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    17 Nov 11
  • Vikings

    The Minnesota Senate has scheduled two public hearings on a proposed Vikings stadium — on November 29th and December 6th. The time, location and agenda are yet to be announced but it’s assumed the hearings …

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    17 Nov 11
  • Fatal

    An 86-year-old Delavan man is dead following a farm accident in Blue Earth County Monday afternoon. The fatal accident in Mapleton Township involved a tractor. Lester Hatteberg had reportedly been helping his son when their …

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    16 Nov 11
  • Pelican

    A southern Minnesota farmer accused of destroying hundreds of federally protected white pelican chicks has pleaded guilty to violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. 59-year-old Craig Staloch of Minnesota Lake pleaded guilty to the federal …

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    16 Nov 11
  • Dayton1

    Governor Dayton has ordered a vote among home-based child care providers about whether they should unionize. His executive order issued today (TUE) sets an election for December

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    15 Nov 11
  • GiveMN

    The third annual online “Give to the Max Day” kicks off at midnight. Hundreds of nonprofits around the state are hoping to secure matching grants. Event Spokesperson Dana Nelson says this year they have nearly …

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    15 Nov 11
  • Walz1

    Legislation co-sponsored by Southern Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz aims to stop the growing problem of insider trading on Capitol Hill. Walz says the STOCK Act also requires “political intelligence” firms to register like lobbyists do. …

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    15 Nov 11