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Head of Ring That Dealt Heroin on Reservations Gets 25 Years

The leader of a drug trafficking ring that brought heroin to Minnesota and North Dakota Indian reservations has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.

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Minnesota College President: Racist Message Was Fabricated

The president of St. Olaf College in southern Minnesota says a note left on a black student's car with racist content was
fabricated and not a genuine threat.

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In Repeat From 2012, Dayton Vetoes 2 Abortion Bills

Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed two GOP-backed bills that sought to limit abortions in Minnesota.

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Human Remains Found During Search for Missing Sandstone Man

The Pine County Sheriff's Office says a group conducting a search for a missing man discovered human remains in a remote area.

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Democratic National Convention: Day Four
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UPDATE: GOP Plan to Send Dayton Budget Bills Hits a Snag

Minnesota's Republican Legislature pressed ahead this week with its own budget bills despite Gov. Mark Dayton's veto threats. Now that plan is on hold too.

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Amy Klobuchar speaking at the DFL Humphrey-Mondale Dinner. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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US Senator Helps Minnesota Man Who IRS Falsely Declared Dead

A U.S. Senator from Minnesota has helped a man rectify his struggle with the IRS, which declared him dead for 29 years.

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Tenth Homicide in St. Paul This Year Investigated

St. Paul police are investigating a fatal shooting on the city's north side.

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State Health Commissioner Says Emergency Funding Needed

Minnesota's health commissioner is asking state legislators to provide $5 million for an emergency fund to deal with an outbreak of measles and other infectious diseases.

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Ls Sueur Man Pleads Guilty to Killing Friend’s Grandfather

A Le Sueur man who has pleaded guilty to killing his friend's grandfather says he hid in the victim's basement for two days before he stabbed him.

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The Latest: Dayton Vows to Veto GOP’s Budget Bills

Gov. Mark Dayton says he'll veto every budget bill the Republican Legislature sends his way.

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