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License Plates for Fallen Officers Highlight 2018’s New Laws
A handful of new laws are set to take effect in Minnesota with the start of 2018.
Smith Resigns from Mayo Clinic Board as she Heads to Senate
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith is resigning from the board overseeing the public-private partnership with Mayo Clinic before she heads to the U.S. Senate.
Tax Overhaul Leaves Minnesota Clean Energy Future Uncertain
Officials in Minnesota's energy industry are trying to figure out how they will be impacted by the tax overhaul that President Donald Trump signed last week.
Judge Pushes Back Timeline for Minnesota Oil Pipeline
An administrative law judge delayed approval of a divisive oil pipeline in northern Minnesota so the environmental impact statement can be revised.
2nd Child Dies After Hibbing Fire, Bringing Death Toll to 4
Authorities say a second child has died after a house fire at the home of a retired firefighter in Hibbing, bringing the death toll to four.
U of M Memo Warns Against Santa Claus, Hanukkah Decorations
The University of Minnesota is facing criticism after its agriculture college handed out a memo that listed Santa Claus and Hanukkah symbols as inappropriate holiday decorations.
1 Dies in Marshall House Fire on Christmas Day
The Marshall Fire Department says one person died during a house fire Christmas Day.
Minnesota Lawmaker: Vaccine Opt-Out Should Require Education
A Minnesota state lawmaker wants parents who are opposed to vaccinating their children to see a physician before opting out of the state's immunization schedule.
House Fire in Lakeville Kills One Person
Minnesota fire officials say a person has died after a house fire in Lakeville.
Missing 72-Year-Old Hunter Found in Northern Minnesota
Authorities say a missing 72-year-old hunter is being treated for hypothermia after his vehicle got stuck in northern Minnesota.