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Slick Conditions Blamed For Rollover On Highway 10 In Elk River

Just minor injuries reported in a rollover this (Friday) morning in Sherburne County. The State Patrol says the incident happened at about 6:15 a.m. on Highway 10 near Elk River.

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Brooklyn Park Man Pleads Guilty In Crash

A Brooklyn Park man has pleaded guilty in a car crash that severely injured his two children. 46-year-old Earl Ward pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of criminal vehicular operation and violating a no-contact order with the children's mother. His plea didn't come with a deal for sentencing.

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Police: 2 Arrested In St. Paul Bank Robbery

Authorities in Minneapolis have arrested two men who they say robbed a St. Paul bank as they tried to make a getaway on Interstate 94. St. Paul police say the suspects robbed a TCF Bank on St. Paul's east side Thursday.

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Duluth Airport Opens Parking Garage, Skyway

Travelers driving to Duluth International Airport will stay a little warmer with the opening of an $8 million parking garage and glass-enclosed connecting skyway. The new structures will open Friday and allow travelers to go to and from the airport without stepping outside.

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Minnesota Not On Track To Meet Emission Reductions

State officials say Minnesota is not on track to meet federal emissions reductions aimed at addressing climate change.

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Minnesota Reservation Joins Buyback Program

An American Indian band in northeastern Minnesota is joining a government effort to return lands on reservations to tribal ownership.

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Suit: Crosiers Hid Priest’s Past, Created Nuisance

A lawsuit filed by four men who say they were molested by a priest in the 1970s claims the Crosier Father and Brothers religious order created a public nuisance when they failed to warn families of the potential risk.

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Dayton, Daudt Share Lunch Before New Power Lineup

Governor Mark Dayton and House Speaker-designate Kurt Daudt are edging into their new Capitol power alignment.

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Man Suspected In Hammer Assault On Woman Captured

A man wanted for beating a woman with a hammer was captured after an extensive search by land and air of some woods in Anoka County.

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Lake Shore Dig Unearths 2,000-Year-Old Artifacts

Campsites and artifacts dating back 2,000 years have been unearthed through archaeological work in a northern Minnesota town.

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