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  • ATV Crash

    SPICER, Minn. (AP) — A 5-year-old boy was critically hurt when the all-terrain vehicle he was operating crashed in west-central Minnesota. The Kandiyohi County sheriff’s office was called to the crash near George Lake just …

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    04 Apr 16
  • influenza

    (MNN/St. Paul)  Flu activity around the state went from widespread to regional over the past week. It appears Minnesota has seen the peak of the flu season. Kris Ehresmann is with the state Department of …

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    01 Apr 16
  • farm income down

    (MNN)  2015 wasn’t a good year for Minnesota farmers. U-of-M Extension economist Dale Nordquist says overall, the median net farm income in Minnesota was about 27-thousand dollars, down 37 percent from 2014. He says crop …

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    01 Apr 16
  • Crash

    A Glencoe woman was injured Wednesday morning in a one-vehicle crash. The State Patrol says 18-year-old Christina Bonillo was eastbound on Highway 212 in Glencoe when she lost control, entered the median, drove back across …

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    31 Mar 16
  • High Speed Chase

    Charges have been filed against the driver in a high-speed chase Monday that stretched across three counties, breaking speeds of 110 mph, only to end when the driver crashed his vehicle and overturned in a …

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    31 Mar 16
  • Freeman

    (MNN/Minneapolis MN )  There will be no charges filed against the officers involved in the shooting of Jamar Clark. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman spoke at a news conference today saying “The Hennepin County Attorney’s …

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    30 Mar 16
  • Ali-Skelton

    A Minnesota man accused of lying to the FBI about when he last contacted the Islamic State group was charged Tuesday in state court after allegedly threatening to “shoot up” a Walgreens. 23-year-old Abdul Raheem …

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    30 Mar 16
  • MN Department of Human Services

    (MNN/St. Paul MN)  Mobile mental health services are expanding in Minnesota to help those in crisis. State Deputy Commissioner of Human Services Chuck Johnson says a lot of people experiencing mental illness can go through …

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    30 Mar 16