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  • MinneapolisVeteransHome

    The Minneapolis Veterans Home has put new admissions on hold after a norovirus outbreak that may have been a factor in the deaths of four residents over the past week. The virus hasn’t been positively …

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    14 Mar 14
  • TylerCaputoJamesInmanSkylarJoReichelSchneider

    Four people have been arrested in Mankato in connection with a synthetic drug believed to have caused the deaths of at least two people. Authorities say that the drug “2-C” was sold in blue packages …

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    14 Mar 14
  • JeffreyMatthews

    A former Watonwan County fraud investigator avoided a jury trial on Thursday when he pleaded guilty to felony theft by swindle in Watonwan County Court. 55-year-old Jeffrey Matthews of New Ulm had been accused of …

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    14 Mar 14
  • Gun

    Two juvenile males are in custody after allegedly robbing a Mankato pizza-delivery man at gunpoint Wednesday night. The robbery occurred at shortly after 10:30pm on East Plum Street in Mankato. The delivery person was apparently …

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    14 Mar 14
  • ChildAbuse

    A New Ulm man has been charged with felony malicious punishment of a child for allegedly being emotionally, verbally and physically abusive. 31-year-old Steven Zeitz has also been charged with domestic assault and contributing to …

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    14 Mar 14
  • CarbonMonoxide

    A church in St. James needed to be cleared out earlier this week after extremely high carbon monoxide levels were detected. An employee at the United Methodist Church had purchased a carbon monoxide detector for …

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    14 Mar 14
  • DaytonDisapproves

    Governor Dayton’s comment, that people who want medical marijuana can “go out in any city in Minnesota” and purchase it, is drawing sharp criticism at the State Capitol. Some lawmakers are calling Dayton’s comment “irresponsible” …

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    14 Mar 14
  • JulianneOrtman

      A local area lawmaker’s US Senate campaign has been accused of making “Robocalls” to activists within her party in violation of state law. Three complaints have been filed with the Office of the Minnesota …

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    14 Mar 14