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    12 Mar 15
  • Garbage Can

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Police officers in Minnesota don’t need a search warrant to sift through a person’s trash because there is no expectation of privacy once garbage is placed outside for collection, the Minnesota Supreme …

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    12 Mar 15
  • Carver Co Sheriff Squad

    It’s starting to feel like spring outside and that means kids will be outdoors playing. This year Carver County deputies will be looking for kids who are correctly wearing their safety helmets while riding their …

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    12 Mar 15
  • Archdiocese

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Pope Francis has removed from the priesthood a former St. Paul priest who pleaded guilty in Minnesota to molesting two boys. Archbishop John Nienstedt of the St. Paul-Minneapolis Archdiocese announced …

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    12 Mar 15
  • Richard Rahn

    A Willmar man has been sentenced to 5 years in prison on firearms charges. In January, 53-year-old Richard Rahn of Willmar pleaded guilty to two charges of being a Felon in possession of a Firearm …

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    11 Mar 15
  • Musician’s Roundup 03-11-15

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    11 Mar 15
  • Minnesota Motorcycle Safety Center

    Warm weather has riders taking their motorcycles out on Minnesota roads, and safety is critical, especially early in the riding season. Officials with the Minnesota Department of Safety are reminding motorcyclists to be cautious of …

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    11 Mar 15
  • oil train

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Democratic lawmakers say a string of recent explosive crude-by-rail derailments nationwide make it necessary to improve Minnesota’s railroad network. Five trains hauling crude oil have derailed since February. Sen. Scott …

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    11 Mar 15