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Images Courtesy of the Minnesota BCA
Images Courtesy of the Minnesota BCA
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Alexandria Police Seeking Help After Armed Robbery at Super America

The Alexandria Police Department is investigating a robbery that happened at the Super America at 1424 Broadway Street at about 11:45 p.m. on Tuesday.

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Two Taken From Alexandria House Fire

Two people were taken to a hospital from a house fire near Alexandria in western Minnesota.

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Photo by: TESFox, Flickr
Photo by: TESFox, Flickr
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One Man Dead, One Arrested in Minnesota Stabbing

Alexandria police have arrested a 25-year-old man after another man was fatally stabbed.

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Prep Boys Hockey/Boys Basketball Results

Boys Hockey:

Cathedral 2, Alexandria 1
(Austin Poganski and Tommy Hall each scored a goal. Poganski added an assist and Connor Amundson had 23 saves for the Crusaders. Cathedral is 8-6-1 this season)

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Man Dies at Alexandria Waste Facility

A 50-year-old man is dead after getting caught in a piece of machinery at a waste facility in Alexandria. According to a news release from the local police department, it happened at about 9 p.m. Thursday at Pope/Douglas Solid Waste, which handles waste for Pope and Douglas counties.

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Cathedral Boys Hockey Against Alexandria Postponed

The Cathedral boys hockey game scheduled Saturday against Alexandria has been postponed due to wintry conditions. The Crusaders were scheduled to play Alexandria at the MAC at 1:15 Saturday.

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Update: Police Say Osakis Man Killed Ex, Self

Police believe a 51-year-old man killed his former girlfriend before committing suicide in western Minnesota last week. The Douglas County sheriff's office says David Everett of rural Osakis and 38-year-old Sharon Love were breaking up.

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MN Trooper Jumps Into Lake to Save Driver

What was supposed to be a routine patrol turned into a moment of heroism for a Minnesota state trooper. Sgt. Jesse Grabow was on patrol on Interstate 94 near Alexandria Thursday afternoon when the car in front of him left the freeway and plunged into Lake Latoka.

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Angler Finds Prosthetic Leg In Alexandria Area Lake

A Minnesota woman who lost her prosthetic leg while swimming in a lake three years ago has been reunited with the lost limb thanks to a Wisconsin angler.

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Alexandria Man Convicted In Baby’s Death Released From Prison

An Alexandria man convicted of killing his infant daughter seven years ago has been released from jail after winning a new trial. Michael Hansen has been incarcerated for six years for the death of three-month-old Avryonna Hansen.

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