Minnesota News
  • Vorderbruggen

    A 36-year-old Plymouth, MN woman is one of six American troops who were killed in a suicide attack near Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan. The U.S. Department of Defense on Tuesday released the identities of the …

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    23 Dec 15
  • court

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A judge has barred three people from attending an upcoming Black Lives Matter protest they organized at the Mall of America but says she doesn’t have the power to prevent others from …

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    23 Dec 15
  • Minnesota Department of Health

    (MNN/Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Department of Health is warning citizens about a new strain of norovirus. In a report issued Tuesday, they said the new strain could mean more norovirus, or gastro-intestinal illnesses. According …

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    23 Dec 15
  • Koosman Christmas Display

    Chad and Angie Koosman’s Celebrate the Light of the World Christmas light display was defeated by a talking robotic Santa Claus in last night’s (Monday) episode of The Great Christmas Light Fight on ABC TV.   …

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    22 Dec 15
  • police line do not cross

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Prosecutors allege a 62-year-old Minneapolis man killed his 89-year-old mother because he was upset about bedbugs in her downtown Minneapolis apartment. The Hennepin County Attorney’s office charged Michael Gallagher with second-degree murder …

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    22 Dec 15
  • Poultry Testing Lab

    Ground will be broken this afternoon on an expansion at the University of Minnesota Poultry Testing Lab in Willmar. Money for the 8.5 million project was appropriated by the Minnesota Legislature this past spring as …

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    21 Dec 15
  • Van Petten

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota’s state lottery director has resigned amid questions about his expenses. Ed Van Petten told The Associated Press he resigned Friday. His abrupt exit follows a Star Tribune report showing …

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    21 Dec 15
  • Gov Dayton

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Governor Mark Dayton is urging legislators to ban gun sales to people on terrorism watch lists. Statehouses nationwide have begun exploring those measures to stop would-be extremists from buying firearms. …

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    21 Dec 15