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  • Representative Tim Miller of Prinsburg

    Representative Tim Miller of Prinsburg is asking Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson to investigate Planned Parenthood of Minnesota.   KWLM reports Miller says an undercover video, prepared by the pro-life group Center for Medical Progress, shows …

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    16 Jul 15
  • Employment

    Minnesota gained 2,900 jobs in June – a welcome reversal after employers cut 200 jobs in May, according to figures released today by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). The state’s unemployment …

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    16 Jul 15
  • Workers install solar panels on the roof of the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva October 12, 2011

    The city of Annandale is requesting the state to reconsider approval of a 70 acre solar power facility in Corinna Township. After a 20 ­minute closed meeting on July sixth, the Annandale Advocate reports the …

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    16 Jul 15
  • agreement

    Nicollet County and a road contractor have agreed on a settlement over a lawsuit from a 2012 highway construction project. In the agreement, the county will pay the contractor $100,000 less than 25 percent of …

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    16 Jul 15
  • Emergency

    The Bloomington Bomb Squad removed an apparent pipe bomb at a mobile home in Chaska Tuesday. Chaska Police told KSTP that they were called to 32 Judith Drive in Bradondale mobile home park and say …

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    15 Jul 15
  • Wright County Sheriff

    A Wisconsin man was arrested in Wright County yesterday (Tuesday) on a warrant for attempted homicide. At just after 4pm, members of the Wright County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Response Team, Criminal Investigations Unit, and Special …

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    15 Jul 15
  • School Bus

    DANUBE, Minn. (AP) — The head of a nonprofit says none of the children aboard a bus taking them to a Head Start program was seriously hurt when a car crashed head-on into the bus. …

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    15 Jul 15
  • assault

    ST. PETER, Minn. (AP) — The state Department of Human Services is investigating after a female staff member at the Minnesota Security Hospital was beaten by a 16-year-old patient.Union leaders report the staffer was working …

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    15 Jul 15