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  • MichaelLarson

    A Mankato man who had been facing multiple charges after fleeing from a hospital he was a patient at was sentenced to 5 years of probation on Monday. 35-year-old Michael Lee Larson had active warrants …

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    05 Feb 14
  • PhoneScam1

    The Minnesota Better Business Bureau is warning residents about a new take on an old phone scam. The scammers use a computer to call random cell phones with what looks like a 473 area code …

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    05 Feb 14
  • Vote

    A cold caucus night didn’t keep Minnesotans from showing up to do their part Tuesday to help shape the 2014 elections. Former House Minority Leader Marty Seifert narrowly lead the field in Tuesday night’s nonbinding …

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    05 Feb 14
  • Harvest

    Congress has passed a new five-year Farm Bill, with the Senate voting to approve the trillion-dollar legislation by a vote of 68-32 Tuesday. Minnesota Farm Bureau President Kevin Papp says that farmers have been waiting …

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    05 Feb 14
  • USCapitol

    The US Senate Judiciary Committee convened a hearing Tuesday on combating cybercrime, in the wake of recent data breaches that have hit Target and other major retailers.  Target CFO John Mulligan told lawmakers that converting …

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    05 Feb 14
  • TinaSmith

    Governor Dayton has chosen long-time chief of staff Tina Smith as his lieutenant governor running mate in his bid for a second term. Dayton made the announcement at an AFL-CIO political rally in St. Paul …

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    05 Feb 14
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday approved a request that brings a co-op grocery store for the community closer to a reality. The council agreed to amend an existing Conditional Use Permit for the …

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    05 Feb 14
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    05 Feb 14