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Near Universal Enrollment in All-Day Kindergarten

More than 57,000 Minnesota children have enrolled in all-day kindergarten in its first year. That's according to Gov. Mark Dayton and his education commissioner, Brenda Cassellius.

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Toddler Okay After Falling from Second Story Window in Duluth

Police say a toddler will be OK after falling out of a second story window in Duluth. The 2-year-old fell Wednesday afternoon in Lincoln Park.

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Couple Dies from Injuries Following Crash Into Hay Bale

Authorities are investigating a fatal crash caused by a bale of hay that fell off a semitrailer in southeastern Minnesota. Minnesota State Patrol says several large bales of hay toppled off the semi Saturday morning on Houston County Road 9 near the city of Houston.

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Over 50 Beagles Seized from Northwestern Minnesota Home

A northwestern Minnesota woman is facing criminal charges after more than 50 purebred beagles were found living in filthy conditions at her home. Norman County Sheriff Jeremy Thornton says the dogs were removed Tuesday from a house in Shelly, a town near the Minnesota-North Dakota border.

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No Charges Brought In Death Of Bemidji State Student

Prosecutors won't bring charges in the death of a Bemidji State University nursing student who died while trying to walk home from a party.

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Minneapolis Straw Gun Buyer Sentenced

A Minneapolis woman who pleaded guilty to buying guns for a gang member has been sentenced to more than two years in federal prison.

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Legislature May Punt Body Camera Guidelines to Next Year

Minnesota lawmakers may wait until next year to pass guidelines for police body cameras.

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Supreme Court: Police Don’t Need Warrant For Garbage Search

The Minnesota Supreme Court says a person shouldn't expect the contents of a garbage container to remain private once it's put outside, so police don't need a warrant to search the trash.

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MNsure Needs 2 More Years of Work, Says State Officials

Minnesota's top technology official says MNsure may need another two years of work before it's on solid footing.

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Man’s Lawsuit Says Debt Collector Hounded Him Relentlessly

A northern Minnesota man says a collection company that was after his brother for a $300 debt hounded him relentlessly, causing him to lose sleep and have health problems. Harvey Duranseau is in court in Hennepin County this week asking a judge to make Portfolio Recovery Associates pay for its actions, maybe as much as $1 million.

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