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The Minnesota B-C-A issued a missing person alert for a man from St. Peter.
Minnesota's unemployment rate dropped a tenth of a point to 3.3% in August.
The Dodge Center man who pleaded guilty to causing a crash that killed a Blooming Prairie teacher and her daughter will be sentenced November 6th.
Winona State University has been recognized among the “Best in the Midwest” for the 16th consecutive year in The Princeton Review’s annual “2020 Best Colleges: Region by Region.”
The owner of an Inver Grove Heights massage parlor is pleading guilty to promoting prostitution at her business.
The Winona City Council approved a letter that supports raising the minimum purchasing age for tobacco to 21 at their meeting Monday night.
Authorities say a drug investigation in Moorhead netted a half-pound of heroin and enough fentanyl to kill 12-thousand people.
The Minnesota chapter of CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) is calling on Twitter to suspend President Trump's account.
U-S Senator Amy Klobuchar is touting a jump in her poll numbers to eight percent in a post-debate survey in Iowa.
Minnesota-based General Mills is recalling its five-pound bags of Gold Medal Unbleached All-Purpose Flour due to E. coli concerns.
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Senate G-O-P leaders are announcing an assistance program for diabetics this morning at the Minnesota Capitol.
Members of Congress from Minnesota and Wisconsin are calling on the federal government to release 100-million dollars for flood repairs along the Mississippi River.
Authorities are investigating the discovery of a body in Albert Lea.
The Rochester Fire Department is reporting three officers were taken to an Albert Lea hospital to be evaluated for possible exposure to dangerous chemical vapors.
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is investigating an outbreak of E. coli infections associated with the State Fair.
A 17-year-old Dakota girl was injured in a one-vehicle-crash in Winona County Monday evening.
The Winona County Historical Society’s Voices From the Past will celebrate those that made significant contributions to Winona County’s parks.