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  • Gov Dayton

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN)  Governor Mark Dayton is the latest politician calling on President Trump to end the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy separating children from their parents at the U-S border. Dayton says Minnesota has …

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    20 Jun 18
  • colored flames

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — As the summer campfire season picks up Minnesota Poison Control has a warning about a product used to generate colored flames. KARE-TV reports the chemical, sold in a small foil packet, has sickened …

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    20 Jun 18
  • Donald Trump

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — President Donald Trump is heading to Duluth to stump for a Republican congressional candidate, but another test case in loyalty to the president could spice up his visit. Trump was …

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    20 Jun 18
  • Za Waffle Sticks

    FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. (AP) — From giant stuffed tater tots to smoked ice cream, the Minnesota State Fair has unveiled 27 new foods that are hitting the concession stands at this year’s festival. The new …

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    20 Jun 18
  • President Trump

    (Learfield News Service/Duluth, MN)  President Trump is scheduled to participate in a roundtable discussion on mining and steel at the Port of Duluth-Superior on Wednesday. The White House says the event on Minnesota’s North Shore …

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    19 Jun 18
  • Emergency

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Public safety officials are raising concerns following a deadly weekend on Minnesota roads that saw nearly a dozen fatal crashes, with nearly half involving motorcyclists. The Minnesota State Patrol says …

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    19 Jun 18
  • Zebra Mussel

    (KWLM/Atwater MN-) The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed reports of zebra mussels in Norway Lake, just west of New London, and Diamond Lake, southeast of Spicer, in Kandiyohi County. Officials say all connected …

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    19 Jun 18
  • court

    (Learfield News Service/Glencoe, MN) — A Glencoe man accused of shaking his five-month-old son and causing a brain injury will stand trial August 14th. Twenty-four-year-old Timothy Miller is charged with first-degree assault after becoming frustrated …

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    18 Jun 18