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3 Arrested After Mankato Club Shooting Released

Authorities have released the three people who were arrested after a fatal shooting at a Mankato nightclub over the weekend. Blue Earth County's chief prosecutor said Monday that he's not sure when his office will file charges in the case. Authorities have 48 hours in which to file charges following an arrest.

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Minnesota Lawmakers Tilt Toward Session Finish

Minnesota lawmakers are back in action after a week away from the Capitol, but their annual session is rapidly winding down. Fewer than four weeks remain before lawmakers must conclude their work.

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Woman Charged After 2 Horses Starve To Death

A woman is accused of tying two horses to a tree in northern Minnesota, more than two weeks before the animals were found starved to death. Twenty-eight-year-old Minden Crenshaw of Park Rapids faces three felony counts of mistreating animals.

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Limited Corn Planting Begins In Southwest Minnesota

Snow and cold continue to put field work on ice at farms across Minnesota. In its weekly crop progress and condition report for the state, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says it received reports of limited corn planting from southwestern Minnesota last week, as well as some planting of oats, spring wheat and barley.

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UPDATE: Byron Smith’s Interview Played At Trial

Prosecutors are playing jurors a Little Falls man's taped interview with police after he shot and killed two teenagers who broke into his house.

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Twins Book McCartney Concert For Target Field

Almost 50 years after the Beatles made their only Minnesota appearance, Paul McCartney has been booked for another ballpark concert. The Minnesota Twins announced Monday that McCartney will bring his "Out There" tour to Target Field for a Saturday night show on Aug. 2.

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‘Go Wild Day’ In Minnesota

Gov. Mark Dayton has declared Monday "Go Wild Day" as the Minnesota Wild return to the Twin Cities for the third game of the NHL hockey playoff series against the Colorado Avalanche.

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Some Lawmakers Wonder Who Really Makes Minnesota Laws

Some lawmakers are wondering who really makes Minnesota's laws.

On issues from medical marijuana to GPS tracking devices, they're frustrated with what they see as police and prosecutors spending too much time at the Capitol to protect and serve their own interests.

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Amy Senser To Be Transferred From Prison This Week

The wife of former Minnesota Vikings player Joe Senser will leave a state prison this week where she has served time for a fatal hit-and-run. Amy Senser is due to be transferred from the Shakopee prison to a work release facility. She's been approved for transfer to a jail or halfway house.

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Minnesota Runners Head To Boston In Unity, Tribute

More than 600 Minnesota marathoners will line up for the start of the Boston Marathon this year, including 212 who ran last year and say they're going back to finish what they started.

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