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  • Governor Proclamation

    ST. PAUL, MN – In accordance with a proclamation issued by President Donald Trump, Governor Mark Dayton has directed all United States flags and Minnesota flags to be flown at half-staff at all state and federal buildings in the State …

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    15 Feb 18
  • Gophers

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Carlie Wagner scored 26 points and Minnesota outscored No. 23 Michigan 11-4 in the final three minutes for a 93-87 win. Katelynn Flaherty’s 3 pointer gave the Wolverines an 83-82 lead with …

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    15 Feb 18
  • trial

    Starkey Laboratories owner Bill Austin ended four days on the witness stand as the embezzlement trial of several former executives at the company continued Wednesday. KSTP-TV reports those former executives are accused of stealing $20 …

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    15 Feb 18
  • opioid addiction

    (Learfield News Service) Governor Mark Dayton is proposing a “penny a pill” tax on drug manufacturers to help fight the opioid epidemic in Minnesota. Republican Representative Dave Baker from Willmar, who lost a son to …

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    15 Feb 18
  • Better Business Bureau

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — A consumer protection group is warning about a snowplowing company after customers in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois say they didn’t receive services they paid for. Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin issued a …

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    15 Feb 18
  • court

    (Gaylord, MN)  A Belle Plaine teen who fatally struck a bicyclist with her vehicle while Snapchatting on her phone is expected to be sentenced to community service and probation. The 17-year-old pleaded guilty to gross …

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    14 Feb 18
  • Farm Bill Collin Peterson

    WASHINGTON – House Agriculture Committee Ranking Member Collin Peterson today (Wednesday) made the following statement on President Trump’s 2019 Budget Request. “Contrary to the Administration’s infrastructure proposal, this budget will harm rural America and agriculture. …

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    14 Feb 18
  • MNLARS

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota motor vehicle officials believe they’ve fixed the statewide computer problem that prevented drivers from renewing their licenses. Minnesota Public Radio reports that Minnesota IT Services solved the issue Monday …

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    14 Feb 18