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Governor Mark Dayton, Getty Images
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Dayton Seeks $2.2M For Pot Study

Gov. Mark Dayton is proposing a $2.2 million study on medical marijuana.

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Former Minnesota Teacher Convicted of Abusing Student

A jury deliberated less than four hours before convicting a former Stewartville elementary school teacher of sexually abusing a student.

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As Sex Offender Program Marches On, Rising Costs

Minnesota lawmakers are getting nowhere over how to resolve constitutional questions about the state's sex offender treatment program, but the same can't be said about the program's costs.

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Little Falls Credit Union Liquidated as FBI Investigates

A Little Falls credit union has been liquidated as the FBI investigates reports of accounting irregularities.

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Pivotal Parole Decision in Teen Girl’s Death

The issue of whether juveniles should be sentenced to life without the possibility of parole is getting a look by the state Supreme Court, and the Legislature.

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Frustrated With Minnesota Law, Brewery to Open in Wisconsin

The owner of a brewpub in New Brighton is frustrated with a Minnesota law that says he can't sell his craft beer on store shelves - so he's decided to build a new brewery across the border in Wisconsin.

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Sides Hone Arguments in Minnesota Vikings Stadium Case

The government authority leading construction of the Minnesota Vikings stadium claims the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit to block it is trying to disrupt the project with "endless litigation" and is asking the state Supreme Court to shut him down.

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New Minnesota Law Will Make It Easier to Recycle Paint

A new Minnesota law will make it easier for homeowners to recycle used paint. Guidelines that take effect next summer will create a network of hardware and paint stores that accept old paint for free, then ship it to approved processing sites.

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Judge Thomas Knapp Retires [Photo by: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News]
Judge Thomas Knapp Retires [Photo by: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News]
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Judge Steps Down from the Bench [VIDEO]

The man behind the bench is calling it quits. Stearns County District Court Judge Thomas Knapp is retiring after 18 years as a district court judge.

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Bill Would Make Facebook Off-Limits For Employers

Minnesota lawmakers are joining a sudden move to block employers from asking applicants for their passwords to social networking sites.

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