Minnesota
  • MN Department of Revenue

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Thousands of Minnesota homeowners could be leaving property tax refunds on the table despite Revenue Department efforts urging them to seek checks exceeding $1,000. A new department report says only …

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    18 Mar 15
  • Zelle

    Glencoe, MN – Governor Mark Dayton and legislative leaders have stated that fixing transportation is a top priority for the 2015 legislative session. Transportation Commissioner Charlie Zelle was in Glencoe this morning (Tuesday) to hear …

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    17 Mar 15
  • Stevens

    The Willmar City Council last night (Monday) voted 5 to 3 to terminate City Administrator Charlene Stevens.  KWLM reports the vote was taken after a motion was made by Council Member Steve Ahmann and seconded …

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    17 Mar 15
  • Charlie Zelle

    St. Paul, Minn. – Governor Mark Dayton and legislative leaders have stated that fixing transportation is a top priority for the 2015 legislative session. Today (Tuesday), Transportation Commissioner Charlie Zelle will be in Glencoe to …

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    17 Mar 15
  • Fire

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Officials are predicting an early start to Minnesota’s spring fire season due to the recent warm, dry weather. They expect temperatures in the 40s and 50s this week will likely …

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    17 Mar 15
  • Dean Urdahl

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Civil War buff in a powerful position at the Capitol could help a push to get state money for a documentary on Minnesota soldiers. Filmmakers want to document the …

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    17 Mar 15
  • pipeline

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota officials will learn more this week about the health, economic and environmental effects of pipelines carrying crude oil from North Dakota and Canada through Minnesota. A recent report prepared …

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    16 Mar 15
  • A worker wearing a protection suit cull chickens at a poultry farm where the bird flu virus had been found in Takanabe Town, Miyazaki prefecture January 31, 2011

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A dangerous new bird flu strain has affected poultry flocks in Minnesota, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas. That’s sending experts and farmers scrambling to determine how it arrived — and to stop it …

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    16 Mar 15