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Woman Dies After Being Pulled From Fire In St. Paul

The St. Paul Fire Department says one woman has died after she was pulled from a house fire.

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Minnesota Men Plead Guilty In Illegal Hiring Case

Two men have pleaded guilty to hiring people who couldn't work in the country legally for Twin Cities-area restaurants.

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As Questions Mount, It’s Game Time For MNsure

MNsure is entering its proving grounds.

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Minnesota Tourist Drowns While Swimming In Gulf Of Mexico

Authorities say a 44-year-old Minnesota man apparently drowned while swimming in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Ex-Austin School Teacher Gets Probation In Student Sex Case

A former Catholic school teacher in southern Minnesota will be on probation for 15 years for having sex with a student.

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Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News
Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News
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Dayton Picks A Date For State Of The State

Gov. Mark Dayton still has some time to write his State of the State speech.

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Bill Curbing Access To Police Body Camera Footage Advances

Body camera legislation limiting access to the police-gathered footage has cleared a significant Minnesota Senate hurdle.

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Dayton Hits The Road To Push For Statewide Preschool Funding

Gov. Mark Dayton is taking his pitch to fund statewide preschool on the road.

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Minnesota State Parks Seek Fee Bump to Maintain Services

The Department of Natural Resources is asking the Minnesota Legislature to raise entrance fees at state parks so it can maintain services at existing levels. Gov. Mark Dayton's budget proposes to bump the current $5 daily vehicle fee by $1 to $6, and the current 12-month $25 vehicle fee by $5 to $30.

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Target Corp. Cuts 40 HR Workers Who Helped Implement Layoffs

A week after massive layoffs at its Minneapolis headquarters, Target Corp. has laid off members of its human resources team whose departures were delayed because they were needed to help implement the job cuts. The 40 layoffs Thursday were among the 1,700 job cuts announced last week.

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