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  • Emergency

    SHAKOPEE, Minn. (AP) — Authorities say a father and son were electrocuted on the family’s farm in Scott County southwest of Minneapolis. The two were handling an auger when it hit an overhead power line …

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    17 Oct 16
  • 60 MPH

    Four two-lane highways in south central Minnesota will have speed limit increases from 55 miles per hour to 60 miles per hour by Friday, October 21st. Those highways include Highway 5 from Highway 19 at …

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    17 Oct 16
  • Leaf Peeping

    (Learfield News Service/Duluth, MN)  –  The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reports nearly two-thirds of the trees in the state have changed color.  Right now is the best time to go “leaf peeping.”  Hotels and …

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    17 Oct 16
  • Prince Tribute Concert

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Stevie Wonder and Chaka Khan had the crowd partying like it was 1999 all over again at a tribute concert to the late mega star Prince. Khan brought Wonder onstage …

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    14 Oct 16
  • Minnesota Nurses Association

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Nurses at five Allina Health hospitals in Minnesota have approved a contract to return to work. A majority of rank-and-file members of the Minnesota Nurses Association on Thursday voted to ratify the …

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    14 Oct 16
  • Daudt

    (Learfield News Service/Willmar, MN) House Speaker Kurt Daudt is sounding the alarm after a report predicting skyrocketing premiums for those buying health insurance through the MNsure state exchange. In Willmar Thursday, Daudt said a couple …

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    14 Oct 16
  • Hutchinson Police Cruiser

    A 31-year-old Hutchinson man was arrested last week and charged in McLeod County with failing to register as a predatory sex offender. Hutchinson Police arrested Tommy Michael Santler at an apartment on Echo Circle Friday …

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    13 Oct 16
  • Legionnaires Disease

    HOPKINS, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Health says it has identified the source of the outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in Hopkins that sickened 23 people and caused one death. The department said in …

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    13 Oct 16