Minnesota
  • norovirus

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Twenty-eight students in a University of Minnesota residence hall have gotten sick with what’s suspected to be a viral infection. Minnesota Department of Health spokesman Doug Schultz said Thursday that 28 students …

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    08 Apr 16
  • Emergency

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota law agencies have a message for motorists — put down that phone and drive. More than 300 agencies will soon launch a statewide campaign to crack down on distracted …

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    07 Apr 16
  • Timothy Huber

    WILLMAR — Timothy John Huber’s murder conviction has been overturned, and a new trial has been granted. The West Central Tribune reports the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that incorrect instructions were given to the …

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    07 Apr 16
  • Minnesota State Capitol Bldg

    (MNN/St. Paul) A bill banning cell phone cases that look like guns is ready for a vote in the Minnesota House after clearing its final committee Wednesday. Sponsor, Inver Grove Heights Democrat Joe Atkins, says …

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    07 Apr 16
  • MnDot

    The Highway 19 bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad east of Henderson will be replaced this year and MnDot says area motorists will need to prepare for a detour. In the next few weeks, MnDOT …

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    06 Apr 16
  • early planting

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota farmers have sown some oats and spring wheat, but the U.S. Department of Agriculture says cool temperatures and precipitation have limited any planting in earnest so far. In its …

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    06 Apr 16
  • ATV Crash

    The 5-year-old boy involved in an all-terrain vehicle crash Saturday night in Spicer has died. Wesley Needham died Monday and his organs will be donated, according to the Hennepin County Medical Center. Needham had previously …

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    05 Apr 16
  • NLRB

    Menard Inc. is violating federal labor law in the way it treats its employees, the staff of the National Labor Relations Board has found. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that according to the regional office …

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    04 Apr 16