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Weather Suspends Search For Missing Boater

Wintry weather has forced authorities to temporarily suspend the search for a boater who went missing on the Mississippi River in southeastern Minnesota.

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Minnesota Lawmakers Honor Veterans at Ceremony

Members of Minnesota's congressional delegation are pledging their continued support for military veterans.

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Duluth Imposes Moratorium on Marijuana Manufacture

Duluth is taking a slow approach to possibly allowing a medical marijuana manufacturer to locate in the city.

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Air Traffic Moving Easier At Twin Cities Airport

A wallop of winter weather continues to make travel difficult on some Minnesota highways and byways, but air traffic seems to be running more smoothly at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

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Wintry Weather Arrives Ahead of Schedule in Minnesota

Winter weather has arrived with a bang and ahead of schedule with more than a foot of snow on the ground in some parts of Minnesota.

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At Least 2 Die In Crashes As Storm Hits Minnesota

At least two people have died in crashes on icy roads as the first blast of wintry weather hits Minnesota.

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Metro State Students: No Confidence in Chancellor

Student leaders at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul have approved a vote of "no confidence" in the head of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system.

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Vikings in Wait-and-See Mode on Peterson

The Minnesota Vikings are waiting for the NFL to act on Adrian Peterson's case.

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October Tax Revenues Beat Out Projections

Minnesota collected nearly 5 percent more in taxes in October than was anticipated.

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1 In 8 Minnesota Teens Smoke E-Cigarettes

While a new survey shows tobacco use by Minnesota high school students has declined in recent years, state health officials are concerned about the rising number of young people using electronic cigarettes.

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