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  • JailCell

    A Sherburn man who pleaded guilty to felony stalking has been sentenced to 60 days in jail and 5 years of supervised probation for the crime. 34-year-old Jason Mark Kennedy had been accused of dropping …

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    07 May 14
  • Meth

    A Waseca man is facing multiple felony charges after allegedly selling $2,000 worth of methamphetamine to an undercover police officer. 42-year-old , otherwise known as “Dr. Dave,” has been charged with three felony counts of …

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    07 May 14
  • ToddHoffner

    A Blue Earth County Judge has ordered that MSU Football Coach Todd Hoffner’s court records be sealed and expunged. Hoffner had been accused of possessing child pornography for pictures of his own children playing that …

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    07 May 14
  • MarijuanaMedicine

    The Minnesota state Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would legalize marijuana for medical purposes. The measure is more ambitious than Governor Dayton and law enforcement officials have said they would support, however. In a …

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    07 May 14
  • Alcohol

    The Minnesota Senate has soundly defeated a repeal of the state’s law barring liquor stores from being open on Sundays. The chamber had voted in favor of allowing craft beer tap rooms to sell growlers …

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    07 May 14
  • NewbornBlood

    Minnesota health officials have regained the ability to indefinitely retain blood samples from newborn babies unless a parent refuses permission. Governor Dayton on Tuesday signed the bill lawmakers approved last week. The issue has divided …

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    07 May 14
  • Thunderstorm

    Thunderstorms moved through parts of south-central Minnesota early this (WED) morning, with some locations seeing some hail also. Meteorologist Mike Griesinger says that it should be a quiet day of weather now, but the thunderstorm …

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    07 May 14
  • NUCityCouncil2013

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday agreed to allow New Ulm Steel and Recycling to build a 12-foot fence around part of its facility. Councilor Ruth Ann Webster said that certain conditions will be …

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    07 May 14