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Judge: Auto Dealer Need Not Cover Contraceptives

A federal judge says a Hastings auto dealership can't be forced to provide employees with health insurance that covers certain forms of birth control.

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Police: Man Arrested In Boy’s Brooklyn Park Death

Police have arrested a 23-year-old man in connection to the death of a 1-year-old boy in Brooklyn Park. Brooklyn Park Police say they arrested the man on suspicion of homicide on Thursday morning.

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Southern Minnesota Under Air Pollution Advisory

The southern half of Minnesota is under an air pollution health advisory until early Sunday morning.

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Health Officials: Flu Widespread In Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Health says flu is now widespread in Minnesota, a sign that this year's influenza season will be harsher than most.

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Former Teacher Gets Jail In Sex Case In Wisconsin

A Minnesota man who formerly taught in a western Wisconsin high school has been sentenced to four months in jail for having sex with two female students.

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Monday Deadline Looms For Health Insurance Exchange

State officials are reminding Minnesotans to sign up through the state's health insurance exchange by Dec. 15 to ensure they're covered at the start of the New Year.

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Simple Goal of Pheasant Summit: How To Get More Birds

Minnesota's pheasant population has been on a long-term decline. Gov. Mark Dayton is hoping the first Minnesota Pheasant Summit this weekend can change that.

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Owatonna Teen Dies After Experiencing Flu-Like Symptoms

Owatonna High School has made grief counselors available to students following the death of a senior who experienced flu-like symptoms. Family members say 17-year-old Shannon Zwanziger was sick for a week.

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Bemidji Police Investigate Nursing Student’s Death

Police say a criminal investigation is under way into the death of a Bemidji State University nursing student from Bloomington. Twenty-year-old Sandra Lommen was suffering from intoxication and hypothermia when emergency responders found her in a wooded area Wednesday morning.

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Police: Man Arrested In Bloomington Stabbing

Police have arrested a man in connection with a gas station stabbing in the Twin Cities area. Police say they received a tip Wednesday from someone who saw surveillance video of the suspect in his 40s on a news story.

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