Minnesota News
  • MN River at Highway 19 near Henderson

    Highway 19 from Henderson to Highway 169 is now opened to traffic. MnDot officials say the roadway opened at about 9:30 a.m. Friday. Traffic has been detoured to Highway 93 since Oct. 31 for flood …

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    24 Nov 14
  • Railroad Crossing

    Two people killed after their vehicle collided with a freight train in central Minnesota have been identified.The driver, 52-year-old Charles Vadner and his passenger 23-year-old Nathan Bahner, both of Paynesville, were killed after the vehicle …

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    24 Nov 14
  • Recall

    VADNAIS HEIGHTS, Minn. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture says Ranchers Legacy Meat Co. of Vadnais Heights is recalling 1,200 pounds of ground beef because of possible E. coli contamination. The USDA’s Food Safety …

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    24 Nov 14
  • Invasive Species Beer

    EXCELSIOR, Minn. (AP) — Call it an IPA — an Invasive Pale Ale. Excelsior Brewing Company is launching a new ale made with invasive species — zebra mussel shells and Eurasian milfoil, an underwater plant …

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    22 Nov 14
  • Sibley East School

    A group of voters, headed by rural Gaylord resident  and petitioner Nathan Kranz, have filed a lawsuit in Sibley County District Court to contest the recent passage of the Sibley East Public Schools $43 million …

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    21 Nov 14
  • shooting

    (MNN/St. Cloud, MN) — The investigation continues after a boy was shot in southeast St. Cloud Wednesday evening. The youth was taken to St. Cloud Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Police say it was not …

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    21 Nov 14
  • Employment

    Minnesota employers added 9,500 jobs in October, according to seasonally adjusted figures released today by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).The October gains, combined with September figures that were revised upward by …

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    20 Nov 14
  • court

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A new study finds Minnesota’s DWI courts reduce repeat crimes and save taxpayers about $700,000 a year. Minnesota Public Radio News reports the study looked at courts in nine counties …

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    20 Nov 14