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Court: Lawsuit Over Swimmer’s Death Can Proceed

The Minnesota Court of Appeals says a father's lawsuit can proceed against the city of Stillwater in the death of his son who swam in Lily Lake.

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Minnesota Farmers Make Rapid Harvest Progress

The roar of combines filled the air across much of Minnesota as farmers made rapid progress on the corn harvest.

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Suspect To Represent Self in Bar Homicide Trial

A man charged in a fatal shooting outside a Burnsville bar will represent himself at his murder trial.

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One Man Hurt, Another Charged After Monticello Crash

A Clearwater man was seriously hurt in a weekend crash in Monticello. The Wright County Sheriff's Office says 42-year-old Darin Hayes was heading west on county road 39 and 54-year-old Brian Krautbauer of Monticello was heading east, when Krautbauer turned in front of Hayes' vehicle.

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Study: Cigarette Tax Increase Leads To Increased Sales In Neighboring States [AUDIO]

It's been a little over a year since Minnesota increased the tobacco tax in Minnesota, and a new study says retailers are feeling the effects.

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Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean Team-Up For Target Field Concert

Country Music star Kenny Chesney is coming back to Target Field, and he's bringing Jason Aldean with him The Minnesota Twins announced this (Monday) morning that Chesney's "The Big Revival Tour" and Aldean's "The Burn It Down Tour" will merge at Target Field on Saturday, July 18th next year.

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Defense Uncertain in Bar Homicide Trial

Jury selection is scheduled to begin in a Dakota County homicide trial, but it's unclear who will be representing the defendant.

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US Capitol Christmas Tree Cut in Minnesota

This year's U.S. Capitol Christmas tree is coming from north central Minnesota.

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Pine River Farmers Win $6.3 Million In Hurt Cows Lawsuit

A Cass County judge has awarded $6.3 million to a couple whose milk cows were injured or killed by stray voltage on their dairy farm from a Brainerd utility company. The judge awarded the damages to Randy and Peggy Norman of Pine River after finding Crow Wing Power was negligent in the delivery of electricity to the farm.

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Surgeon Sentenced For Assaulting Boy

A Minnesota surgeon has been sentenced to three years and seven months in prison for choking his 10-year-old foster son by forcing a latex glove down the boy's throat. Fifty-one-year-old Dennis Sullivan Jr. of Benedict pleaded guilty to first-degree assault in Hubbard County court.

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