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  • SusanErickson

    A Willmar woman accused of selling more than 200 prescription pills to an undercover police informant in Olivia has been sentenced to 7 years of probation for the crime. 47-year-old Susan Marie Erickson pleaded guilty …

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    11 Apr 14
  • DistractedDriving

    Law enforcement officials across Minnesota will be cracking down on distracted driving over the next week-and-a-half. Extra officers will be on the roads and new education efforts will be launched over the course of the …

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    11 Apr 14
  • HospitalPatient

    The end of the flu season is almost here. The Minnesota Department of Health says that there were 20 flu-related hospitalizations in our state over the past week, compared to 26 the week before. Only …

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    11 Apr 14
  • MNLegislature

    The Minnesota House passed a minimum wage increase Thursday afternoon and sent the bill to the governor, shortly before the legislature recessed for Passover and Easter. The Senate before going home for Spring Break passed …

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    11 Apr 14
  • MNCapitol

    The Minnesota House has passed a bill that erases any immunity for state lawmakers facing felony or misdemeanor charges, including drunken driving. Some students at Concordia University made it their mission to have the archaic …

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    11 Apr 14
  • ToddHoffner

    An arbitrator has ruled that MSU-Mankato was wrong to dismiss football coach Todd Hoffner, and that his four-year contract should be reinstated. Child pornography charges were filed against Hoffner in 2012 after nude images of …

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    11 Apr 14
  • Scam

    The Redwood Falls Police Department has issued a warning about a tax-time phone scam that has targeted several residents in the community. An unidentified man calling from an 888 phone number and claiming to be …

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    11 Apr 14
  • MNsure

    More than 181,000 Minnesotans have now enrolled in health coverage through MNsure.  Interim CEO Scott Leitz says hundreds of people have still been enrolling even after the March 31st deadline for open enrollment. MNsure has …

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    11 Apr 14