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  • Drowning

    Authorities say that there were at least 3 water-related incidents across Minnesota over the Memorial Day Weekend. Dive teams have recovered the body of a 14-year-old boy who drowned in the Mississippi River near St. …

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    27 May 14
  • CarChase2

    A 24-year-old Farmington man was killed after he struck a tree while fleeing police in southern Minnesota. The chase began in Farmington after police tried to stop Cody J. Swanson in a Buick 4-door sedan …

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    27 May 14
  • JohnLaDueInCustody

    An attorney for a teenager accused of planning to attack a school in Waseca is asking a judge to seal a journal that authorities say includes details about the boy’s plot. A judge will consider …

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    27 May 14
  • IsaacKolstad

    Former MSU-Mankato football player Isaac Kolstad is now breathing on his own.  Kolstad was badly injured in a fight in Mankato on May 11th and was taken off a ventilator over the weekend, according to …

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    27 May 14
  • Highway169Sign

    Motorists traveling on Highway 169 between St. Peter and Le Sueur can expect temporary lane closures beginning this week as the prep work for a major construction project gets underway. The southbound lanes of the …

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    27 May 14
  • Politics

    Politically active Minnesotans are getting ready for this weekend’s state party conventions: Democrats are in Duluth while Republicans are in Rochester. Republicans are set to choose their candidate for U.S. Senate on Friday in Rochester.  …

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    27 May 14
  • SpeedLimit60

    Motorists could soon be free to legally drive faster than 55 miles-per-hour on more of Minnesota’s two-lane state highways. State lawmakers have nudged transportation officials to boost the speed limit to 60 miles-per-hour on lane …

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    27 May 14
  • TownHallMeeting

    State Representative Glenn Gruenhagen of Glencoe and State Senator Scott Newman of Hutchinson are holding a series of informal town hall meetings together over the next 2 weeks to listen to concerns and ideas from …

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    27 May 14