Minnesota
  • Suspects in Safe Theft

    BELLE PLAINE, Minn. – Police in Belle Plaine are trying to catch up with a pair of serial crooks whose latest caper involves stealing a safe worth nearly $1 million. KSTP reports Sgt. Terry Stier …

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    24 Sep 15
  • Highway 23 Paynesville

    WILLMAR, Minn. – Area residents, business owners and others are invited to attend the open house today (Thursday) to learn about the expansion of Highway 23 from Paynesville to Richmond. MnDot officials say the open …

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    24 Sep 15
  • influenza

    (MNN) Health officials say the beginning of fall is a good time to get a flu shot, before the virus begins to ramp up.Dr. Stephen Campbell is with Mayo Clinic Health System in south-central Minnesota …

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    24 Sep 15
  • Mpls VA Medical Center

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minneapolis VA Medical Center says it has postponed a number of surgical procedures after an “unidentified substance” was discovered in the sterilizing equipment. In a statement, the medical center says until …

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    24 Sep 15
  • MnDot

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation advises travelers to drive with caution in southwest and west central Minnesota due to forecasted heavy rains Wednesday, September 23 through Thursday, September 24. Officials warn that roads may be …

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    23 Sep 15
  • Pedestrian Hit

    (MNN/St. Cloud, MN) — Authorities are investigating after a pedestrian was hit by an off-duty Wright County sheriff’s deputy Tuesday morning. The Minnesota State Patrol says the incident happened at about 6:11 a-m on County …

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    23 Sep 15
  • Harvest

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota’s fall harvest is running well ahead of last year’s pace for most crops. In its weekly crop progress and condition report for Minnesota, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said …

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    22 Sep 15
  • Salmonella

    ALBANY, Ga. (AP) — Relatives of Americans whose deaths were linked to salmonella-tainted food from a Georgia peanut plant are applauding stiff prison sentences imposed on the plant’s owner and two others. Former Peanut Corporation …

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    22 Sep 15