Minnesota News
  • Slam the Scam

    For the first time, 13 Minnesota utilities are joining forces to fight back against scams. Reports of phone and email billing scams targeting Minnesota utility customers are increasing at an alarming rate, representing thousands of …

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    03 Oct 14
  • crash investigation

    An Eden Valley man was seriously injured in a head-on crash this morning (Friday) near Waverly. 23-year-old Casey Twardy was taken to HCMC in Minneapolis for treatment. The State Patrol says Twardy was traveling eastbound …

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    03 Oct 14
  • moose

    According to Sergeant Jesse Grabow of the Minnesota State Patrol, a moose was struck by a car on Highway 55, near the Maple Lake boat access, just east of Maple Lake on Monday. The Enterprise-Dispatch …

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    03 Oct 14
  • Winning Pheasant Stamp

    Lakeville artist Stephen Hamrick has won the 2015 Minnesota pheasant stamp contest. The state Department of Natural Resources says Hamrick’s painting was chosen as the winning design from among 16 entries. Nicholas Markell of Hugo …

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    03 Oct 14
  • Nuttall

    Christopher Rossing hasn’t been seen since August 22nd, after a fight at a Howard Lake Bar. The man arrested in connection with Rossing’s disappearance appeared in court Wednesday. Robert Nuttall was arrested three weeks after Rossing’s …

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    02 Oct 14
  • Railroad Crossing

    Sheriff Joe Hagerty reports that on Wednesday, at about 2:35am, the Wright County Sheriff’s Office communications center received a report of a trespasser on the railroad tracks near County Road 5 SW and 51st St …

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    02 Oct 14
  • no chickens

    There will be no backyard chickens allowed in Atwater and there will be no discipline of the Atwater police chief after he killed a little boy’s pet chicken that was being kept in town against …

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    02 Oct 14
  • football

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — High school football in Minnesota has changed rapidly in recent years, with a new focus on safety as concern over concussions and other injuries rises. But a months-long reporting project …

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    01 Oct 14