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Deputies Looking For Stolen Van in Staples

The Todd County Sheriff's Office is looking for a van that was stolen on Saturday.

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UPDATE: State Patrol Releases Name Of Man In I-94 Rollover

The Minnesota State Patrol has released the name of the name who was involved in a rollover on Interstate 94 near Alexandria last (Tuesday) night.

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Dayton Makes Formal Ask For Federal Disaster Aid

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is citing more than $55 million in public response costs and infrastructure damage in a formal application for federal disaster aid stemming from June's widespread flooding, mudslides and high winds.

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86-Year-old Brainerd Man Dies In Tractor Accident

Cass County sheriff's officials say an 86-year-old man has died in a tractor accident. The man was pinned by a tractor in a shed on a property in rural Brainerd Tuesday evening.

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Xcel Blamed For Cost Overruns At Monticello Nuclear Plant

An investigation by Minnesota utility regulators blames Xcel Energy Inc. for major cost overruns during a project to upgrade its nuclear plant in Monticello. Xcel disagrees that it's to blame.

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MnSCU Criticized For Lack Of Contract Information

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities is drawing criticism for failing to be more transparent about a $2 million consultant contract to help overhaul operations.The contract with McKinsey & Co., comes as a surprise to students, faculty and legislators involved in the system's initiative to improve collaboration and spur innovation at its 31 campuses.

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3 Women Seriously Hurt In Minneapolis Shooting

Police are looking for suspects in a shooting that seriously injured three women in north Minneapolis. The shooting happened about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday.

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7-Year-Old Milaca Girl Struck, Killed While Riding Her Bike

A seven-year-old Milaca girl has been struck and killed by a car while riding her bike. The Minnesota State Patrol says the incident happened at about 10:20 p.m. last (Tuesday) night on County Road 8 and County Road 5 in Mille Lacs County.

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Police: Minnesota Toddler’s Death Was Accident

Brooklyn Center police say the death of a 14-month-old girl who was run over by her father was an accident.

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Clinton Plans St. Paul Stop on Book Tour

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will make a stop in St. Paul on her tour to promote her new memoir.

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