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  • Senator Scott Newman

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN) Republican lawmakers are asking the public to come to the Minnesota Capitol Wednesday morning and tell them about about problems with the state’s new drivers license and vehicle registration system. …

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    13 Nov 17
  • hay bale in ditch

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN)  MnDOT”s public listening sessions continue this week in Mankato (Tues) and Morris (Wed), and next week (Mon 11/20) in Brainerd and Baxter on the controversial issue of mowing and haying …

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    13 Nov 17
  • crash on hwy 15

    A crash north of Hutchinson delayed traffic for a time at midday today (Friday). Details are not being released at this time. A photo of the incident can be seen below.

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    10 Nov 17
  • capitol bldg

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota state senator accused of sexually harassing several women has hired an attorney to fight a possible ethics complaint. Alyssa Siems Roberson, a spokeswoman for the Democratic caucus in …

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    10 Nov 17
  • Hutchinson Dog Park

    Hutchinson’s newest park officially opened today (Thursday), this one catering to man’s best friend. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held this morning at East River Park ushering in a new dog park. The park features …

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    09 Nov 17
  • texting while driving

    (KSTP/McLeod County, MN)  A McLeod County man whose wife was killed by a distracted driver says the state’s “antiquated laws” must change to make cell phone distractions carry the same weight as alcohol or drugs when …

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    09 Nov 17
  • liquor

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A new analysis shows municipally operated liquor stores in Minnesota saw a drop in profits in 2016 despite record sales. The state Auditor’s Office reports that the 228 stores had more than …

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    09 Nov 17
  • capitol bldg

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Republican Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka says the Senate may furlough staff as soon as December if the courts don’t restore their operating budget. Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed the House …

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    09 Nov 17