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Send-Off Set for 700 Minnesota National Guard Members
A ceremonial send-off is being held for 700 Minnesota National Guard members headed for Western Asia.
Autopsy: Sartell Native Killed 5 Years Ago Died of Asphyxia
A North Dakota State University freshman from Sartell who was killed five years ago died of asphyxia.
11 Minnesota State Fair Visitors Sickened by E. Coli
Health officials say at least 11 people got sick with E. coli infections after visiting the Minnesota State Fair this summer.
Minnesota Officials Report State’s First Vaping Death
Minnesota health officials are reporting the state's first vaping death amid a national outbreak of serious lung illnesses linked to the practice.
Minnesota Gov. Makes Good on Campaign Promise, Gets Puppy
Minnesota's first family now has a first dog.
MNsure Announces 7-Week Enrollment Period for 2020 Coverage
Minnesota's state-run health insurance exchange has announced a seven-week enrollment period for 2020 coverage.
Comedian Kevin Hart Injured in Southern Cal Car Crash
Actor-comedian Kevin Hart has been injured in the crash of a vintage muscle car in the hills above Malibu.
Ten-Year-Old Monticello Girl Sells Lemonade to Aid Police Dogs
A 10-year-old Monticello girl is using the profits from selling lemonade to help buy protective vests for police dogs.
Accused Son of Murdered Long Prairie Couple Extradited
The son of a former NFL lineman accused of killing his parents in Minnesota has been extradited from Mexico.
MN Officers Write 678 Citations in 1st Week of Hands-Free Law
Minnesota Department of Public Safety officials say officers cited 678 drivers across the state during the first week of the new hands-free cellphone law.
Minnesota Wild Hire Bill Guerin as New General Manager
The Minnesota Wild have hired Bill Guerin as their new general manager.
Target Launching Private Label in Fight for Grocery Share
Target is making its largest foray into a private food label next month as it attempts to energize grocery sales.