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  • Minnesota State Capitol Bldg

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota House has endorsed a deal that stalls commissioner pay hikes until June but gives Governor Mark Dayton a narrow window to boost those salaries. The agreement approved 106-21 …

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    20 Feb 15
  • Firefighter

    GIBBON, Minn. (AP) — A volunteer firefighter from south-central Minnesota is hospitalized after he was injured at a fire earlier this week. Forty-year-old Ryan Sabo has been a Gibbon volunteer firefighter for nine years. He …

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    19 Feb 15
  • cold

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Forecasters say chilly Minnesotans should finally see a warm-up. The National Weather Service says lows bottomed out near 30 below zero Wednesday morning for many Iron Range cities. Lows of 5 below …

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    19 Feb 15
  • MNsure

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota’s legislative auditor says the state health insurance exchange’s failures outweighed its successes in its first year. The Office of the Legislative Auditor released its wide-ranging audit of MNsure Tuesday. …

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    18 Feb 15
  • UPS Truck

    (MINNEAPOLIS/GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — UPS today (Tuesday)announced 17 elite drivers from Minnesota are among 1,445 newlyinducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organizationfor UPS drivers who have achieved 25 or more years of accident-freedriving. …

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    17 Feb 15
  • fire line do not cross

    Fire caused extensive damage to a Fairfax business early yesterday morning (Monday). At 2:19am, Fairfax Fire was dispatched to a structure fire at Schweiss Welding building located at 502 E. Lincoln Ave. When crews arrived, …

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    17 Feb 15
  • crash investigation

    Three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash east of Glencoe Monday afternoon. The State Patrol says the crash happened just before 5pm on Highway 212 at Dairy Avenue. 46-year-old Mark Dressen was driving on …

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    17 Feb 15
  • housing project

    A proposed low-income housing project has created a divide among residents in the city of Carver. KSTP reports the project, called a Workforce Development project, would be a 68-unit complex with an estimated 200 residents. …

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    17 Feb 15