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  • Beer

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota lawmakers have uncorked a debate over expanded Sunday liquor sales with discussion of limited expansions. The House Commerce and Regulatory Reform Committee dove into the issue Wednesday but deferred …

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    05 Mar 15
  • Gov Dayton

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Governor Mark Dayton is seeking a meeting “as soon as possible” with Target Corp.’s chief executive about the significant layoff affecting employees at the company’s Minnesota headquarters. Dayton told reporters …

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    05 Mar 15
  • Racial Profiling

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Officials in the city of Gaylord have agreed to pay tens of thousands of dollars to a Mexican immigrant to settle a lawsuit that alleged racial profiling. Minnesota Public Radio …

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    04 Mar 15
  • Hutchinson Tigers

    The Hutchinson School District has announced their “Students of the Month” for February. They are; Sophomores Noah Ishihara, and Lyndsey Grand, Juniors Sarah Bashans, Anna Bashans, Isaac Smithee, and Austin Willhite, and Seniors Gabrielle Erickson …

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    04 Mar 15
  • Emergency

    (MNN/Minnetonka, MN) — Charges could be filed today after authorities say a Minnetonka man was shot in the face by his son. Police were called out to a home Monday afternoon in the 54-hundred-block of …

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    04 Mar 15
  • Stabbing

    WILLMAR — Ex-Savor Rene Cruz of Willmar pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of second-degree attempted murder for stabbing his stepgrandmother in June at her Willmar home. As part of the plea agreement, the West …

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    04 Mar 15
  • Target

    NEW YORK (AP) — Target Corp. plans $2 billion in cuts over the next two years through corporate restructuring and other improvements. The goal: to make the Minneapolis-based discounter more agile to compete in an …

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    04 Mar 15
  • MnDot Snowplow

    Snow falling across parts of the state is slowing traffic and has canceled or delayed classes for students in western, central, and parts of south Minnesota. A blizzard warning is in place in western and …

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    03 Mar 15