Minnesota News
  • City of Chaska

    ST. PAUL – Minneapolis-based U.S. Bank announced plans today (Tuesday) to build a $250 million data center in Chaska in partnership with Dallas-based Stream Data Centers. Subject to Chaska City Council approvals, the company expects construction …

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    20 Dec 16
  • Minnesota State Capitol Bldg

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Republican House Speaker Kurt Daudt says he and Gov. Mark Dayton are entering 2017 with a “damaged relationship.” Daudt’s assessment came Monday during a panel with fellow legislative leaders previewing …

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    20 Dec 16
  • National Weather Service

    The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning between Elk River and Monticello because of an ice jam that’s causing rising water. KSTP reports if the ice jam breaks up, there is a real …

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    20 Dec 16
  • Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

    A total of 74 fatal work-injuries were recorded in Minnesota in 2015, an increase from 62 fatal work-injuries in 2014 and 69 fatal work-injuries in 2013. The Department of Labor says the 2015 total is …

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    19 Dec 16
  • vote

    (Learfield/St. Paul, MN) At noon today (Monday) in Saint Paul, Minnesota’s ten electors will cast their votes for president of the United States.  Minnesota’s electors are required by state law to vote for the candidate …

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    19 Dec 16
  • cold

    CHICAGO (AP) — Record low temperatures have been recorded in cities across South Dakota, northwest Iowa and southwest Minnesota, while a blizzard shut down Interstate 90 in parts of Montana. The National Weather Service in …

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    19 Dec 16
  • Meeker County

    Meeker County officials, and others agencies, are reminding the public that it is unlawful to deposit snow on or next to any public highway or street. Ronald Mortensen with the Meeker County Highway Department says …

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    16 Dec 16
  • MnDot

    ST. PAUL, Minn. – Motorists should brace for challenging winter road conditions starting today (Friday), according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Heavy and drifting snow and below-zero temperatures mean travel will be difficult. The National …

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    16 Dec 16