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  • RocknRollZumhofe

    Former pro wrestler Eugene “Rock n Roll” Zumhofe was sentenced to more than 25 years in prison on Thursday for sexually molesting his daughter for over 12 years. The 63-year-old Zumhofe was ordered to spend …

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    09 May 14
  • LeeHaneline

    A Redwood County man is facing multiple felony charges after allegedly attempting to shoplift from the Redwood Falls Wal-Mart and then leading authorities on a high-speed car chase. 53-year-old Lee Allen Haneline was apparently attempting …

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    09 May 14
  • OfficerInvolvedShooting

    Two Mankato men are in custody following a car chase and officer-involved shooting Wednesday night in Mankato. Officers with the Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force were attempting to arrest 31-year-old Marlow Shelton McDonald when …

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    09 May 14
  • MNSecurityHospital

    A patient at the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter who failed to return to the facility after being issued a day pass is now facing criminal charges. 44-year-old Patrick Grande has been charged with …

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    09 May 14
  • Spice

    A Renville man was sentenced to a year of probation on Wednesday for his role in ordering nearly 3-pounds of synthetic marijuana over the Internet and receiving the shipment of more than 300 ready-to-sell packets …

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    09 May 14
  • Flu

    The flu continues to linger around our state. The Minnesota Department of Health reports a total of 12 influenza-related hospitalizations over the past week, compared with 20 hospitalizations the week before. There have been more …

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    09 May 14
  • ECigarette

    DFL State Senator Kathy Sheran of Mankato on Thursday successfully passed her legislation that adds regulations for the use of e-cigarettes. The legislation was included in a larger Health and Human Services Omnibus Bill which …

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    09 May 14
  • Dollars

    Minnesota lawmakers are ready to deliver $100-million more in tax relief, including extra refunds and credits for homeowners, renters and farmers. The deal described Thursday won’t be voted on until next week, but Governor Dayton …

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    09 May 14