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  • Crash2

    One person was killed in a rollover accident south of Waseca early this (FRI) morning. It happened right after 4am on Highway 13. A 46-year-old Oakdale man apparently lost control of his 2001 Saab and …

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    01 Feb 13
  • Fire

    A home near Kasota was destroyed by a fire Thursday afternoon. The fire engulfing the residence on East Pearl Street just east of Kasota off Highway 22 was reported at just before 3pm, and dozens …

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    01 Feb 13
  • Scam

    The Brown County Sheriff’s Office has issued a warning on a scam reported Thursday. A resident of Brown County says that she received a phone call from someone claiming that her grandchild was in trouble …

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    01 Feb 13
  • GlencoeGardenCenter1

    A former Glencoe businessman accused of swindling lenders out of hundreds of thousands of dollars made an appearance in court recently, and a new court date has now been set. 48-year-old Bryan Koepp has been …

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    01 Feb 13
  • JordanCox

    An Austin man accused of assaulting a woman in Mankato and then robbing a man on the street before leading police on a high-speed car chase was released from jail Wednesday after reaching a plea …

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    01 Feb 13
  • IllegalImmigrants

    A St. Peter man has been sentenced to 3 years of probation for transporting illegal immigrants. Juan Arrazolo was also sentenced to 6 months of house arrest in federal court on Thursday, and was fined …

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    01 Feb 13
  • Flu2

    Health officials say the worst of the flu season appears to be over in Minnesota. The number of flu-related hospitalizations and outbreaks has dropped for the third week in a row, leading officials to say …

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    01 Feb 13
  • HospitalPatient

    A new report shows that the number of “adverse health events” in Minnesota hospitals remained relatively unchanged in 2012, although patient deaths and serious injuries were up. The state Health Department says there were 14 …

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    01 Feb 13