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  • Hutchinson Police Cruiser

    Hutchinson Police are investigating an alleged fraud case in which over $3,000 was obtained from a local store by phone. Authorities say Cashwise Foods received a call at 4:30 am on Saturday, February 27th from …

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    01 Mar 16
  • death investigation

    The Meeker County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two bodies found in Harvey Township yesterday (Monday) afternoon. The Meeker County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call that came in just after 2:30 p.m. Deputies located two …

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    01 Mar 16
  • Sgt Semolina

    (MNN/St. Paul)  Governor Dayton has ordered all flags at half-staff today (FRI) to honor a fallen Minnesota soldier.Twenty-four-year-old Sergeant Dillon Semolina was one of 12 U-S Marines killed in a helicopter crash in Hawaii on …

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    26 Feb 16
  • Taste of Minnesota

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Taste of Minnesota festival is calling it quits. Festival general manager Linda Maddox issued a statement Thursday announcing her retirement from the annual Fourth of July event. The food-and-music …

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    26 Feb 16
  • Daniel Heinrich

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A man who authorities say is a person of interest in the 1989 abduction of Jacob Wetterling has pleaded not guilty to several federal child pornography charges. Fifty-two-year-old Danny Heinrich appeared in U.S. District Court in …

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    23 Feb 16
  • farmland

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Many crop growers in Minnesota could see their profits squeezed in 2016. Farmland prices in Minnesota continue to slip after more than a decade of increases. And prices for corn and soybeans …

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    22 Feb 16
  • Dwayne Case

    A Minnesota man who pleaded guilty to killing his girlfriend with a bow and arrow was sentenced today (Tuesday) to more than 34 years in years. 30-year-old Dwayne Alan Case of Franklin pleaded guilty in …

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    16 Feb 16
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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota health officials are reviewing their water quality testing after discovering they evaluated samples at temperatures too hot to detect some chemical contaminants. Testing for chemicals like fertilizer, cyanide and …

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    12 Feb 16