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Minnesota Cities Seek to Change State Water Rules

Three groups representing Minnesota cities have announced they will sue the state Pollution Control Agency to change new water-quality rules aiming to reduce phosphorus pollution in waterways.

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Police: Woman Arrested At Cottage Grove School

Cottage Grove police have arrested a woman who they say fought with officers and grabbed an arresting officer's handgun after being questioned about the disappearance of her 7-year-old daughter.

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Overdose Deaths Exceed Traffic Fatalities

The Minnesota Department of Health has an alarming statistic about drug overdose deaths.The number of people who have died from heroin and prescription painkiller overdoses in 2013 is greater than the number of people killed in traffic accidents in Minnesota.

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Car Found In Winona 14 Years After Reported Stolen

Winona County authorities say crews have pulled a car from the Mississippi River that was reported stolen 14 years ago. Sheriff Dave Brand says Thursday that the Army Corps of Engineers found the car while dredging the river Tuesday. Crews retrieved the car from about 6 feet of water near Winona.

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Twin Cities Airport Plans Solar Power Project

The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is planning a $25.4 million solar power installation to generate nearly 20 percent of the airport's electricity. Airport officials announced the plans Thursday with Gov. Mark Dayton. They say the installation will be the largest in the state when completed in fall 2015.

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Man in Custody After Stewartville Standoff

A standoff has ended peacefully at an apartment building in Stewartville in southeastern Minnesota.

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State Names Top Research Doc for Medical Marijuana

Minnesota has hired the top official to oversee research on the effects of marijuana for the state's new medical marijuana program.

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Proposal for Transgender Student-Athletes Tabled

The Minnesota State High School League has voted to table a proposed policy that deals with transgender student-athletes in high school sports amid an avalanche of reaction on both sides of the issue.

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U of M Students Angered By Ticket Bundling Policy

A student leader at the University of Minnesota is trying to change a policy that forces students to buy football season passes to get tickets to other sports.

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Officers Surround Apartment in Stewartville

Law enforcement officers have surrounded an apartment building in Stewartville after they received a report of a man with a gun.

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