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  • farm income down

    (MNN)  2015 wasn’t a good year for Minnesota farmers. U-of-M Extension economist Dale Nordquist says overall, the median net farm income in Minnesota was about 27-thousand dollars, down 37 percent from 2014. He says crop …

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    01 Apr 16
  • Crash

    A Glencoe woman was injured Wednesday morning in a one-vehicle crash. The State Patrol says 18-year-old Christina Bonillo was eastbound on Highway 212 in Glencoe when she lost control, entered the median, drove back across …

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    31 Mar 16
  • High Speed Chase

    Charges have been filed against the driver in a high-speed chase Monday that stretched across three counties, breaking speeds of 110 mph, only to end when the driver crashed his vehicle and overturned in a …

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    31 Mar 16
  • Freeman

    (MNN/Minneapolis MN )  There will be no charges filed against the officers involved in the shooting of Jamar Clark. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman spoke at a news conference today saying “The Hennepin County Attorney’s …

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    30 Mar 16
  • Musicians Roundup 3-30

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    30 Mar 16
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    30 Mar 16
  • Ali-Skelton

    A Minnesota man accused of lying to the FBI about when he last contacted the Islamic State group was charged Tuesday in state court after allegedly threatening to “shoot up” a Walgreens. 23-year-old Abdul Raheem …

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    30 Mar 16
  • MN Department of Human Services

    (MNN/St. Paul MN)  Mobile mental health services are expanding in Minnesota to help those in crisis. State Deputy Commissioner of Human Services Chuck Johnson says a lot of people experiencing mental illness can go through …

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    30 Mar 16