Minnesota
  • Planting

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Warm weather is helping crops emerge in Minnesota, but corn and soybean development remains behind average. According to the weekly Minnesota crop report, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says 93 …

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    03 Jun 14
  • 849th MAC

    Eighty-six soldiers from the Minnesota National Guard’s, Litchfield based 849th Mobility Augmentation Company return home tomorrow (Tuesday) after an eleven-month deployment to Afghanistan. The company cleared more than 8,000 kilometers of main supply routes, alternate …

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    02 Jun 14
  • convention

    DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Democrats face a major challenge as they seek to keep Governor Mark Dayton and U.S. Senator Al Franken in office — getting their supporters to show up at the polls. …

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    02 Jun 14
  • GOP

    ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) — After elaborate videos, sharp-toned speeches and even indoor fireworks, Minnesota Republicans are voting to back a candidate for U.S. Senate. Half a dozen candidates vied Friday for the GOP endorsement at …

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    31 May 14
  • KennethWalsh

    ** Bill Dvorak was not the victim as previously reported.  He is a neighbor** A rural Carver County man is facing attempted murder charges after allegedly shooting at his neighbors while they planted corn. A …

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    30 May 14
  • airsoft pistol

    The McLeod County Attorney’s Office is looking over a report to consider possible charges against some Hutchinson juveniles for pointing what turned out to be “airsoft” pistols at occupants of a vehicle and saying “we’re …

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    29 May 14
  • Senator Scott Newman

    This morning (Thursday) State Senator Scott Newman of Hutchinson announced his plans to run for Minnesota Attorney General. “I think it is time to have a fresh new approach into the activities of the Attorney …

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    29 May 14
  • Shinseki

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota U.S. Senator Al Franken is calling on Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign. Franken said Wednesday that an inspector general’s report on VA medical care is “so troubling” that the …

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    29 May 14