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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Gov. Mark Dayton is challenging legislative leaders to agree on a special session to offset health insurance rate hikes. The potential session could also provide hundreds of millions of dollars …

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    14 Dec 16
  • Emergency

    There are now reports that the driver of the wagon that went out of control at the Celebrate the Light of the World display north of Willmar Saturday night suffered a heart attack.   KWLM reports Fred Zwart …

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    12 Dec 16
  • Snow Plow

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A winter storm blowing across southern Minnesota has dumped up to a foot of light, fluffy snow, making road slicks and causing hundreds of crashes. The Minnesota State Patrol has responded to …

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    12 Dec 16
  • Emergency

    According to the Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Department, a horse-drawn carriage went out of control Saturday (Dec. 10) in Willmar at the “Celebrate the Light of the World” Christmas light display and injured several people. The …

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    12 Dec 16
  • Dylan

    ST. PAUL, MN – At a community celebration in Hibbing tomorrow (Saturday, December 10), Governor Mark Dayton will proclaim “Bob Dylan Day” in the State of Minnesota. The Governor’s proclamation marks the day the Minnesota-born music …

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    09 Dec 16
  • Lori Swanson

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota’s attorney general is suing Volkswagen, saying the German automaker violated state laws when it sold diesel vehicles in the state with special systems designed to defeat emissions tests. The lawsuit, filed …

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    09 Dec 16
  • civil war painting

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Several Civil War paintings will return to a prominent spot in the Capitol when it reopens next month. Minnesota Public Radio News reports that the Minnesota Historical Society’s decision on …

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    09 Dec 16
  • mn department of revenue

    ST PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota taxpayers affected by the flooding from severe weather in September will have until January 31, 2017, to file and pay their Minnesota taxes. The Minnesota Department of Revenue says they will forgive …

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    08 Dec 16