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Isaac Kolstad, MSU-Mankato
Isaac Kolstad, MSU-Mankato
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Mankato Man Recovering After Severe Brain Injury

A former Minnesota State University linebacker who was gravely injured in a confrontation in a downtown nightlife district last spring says he's getting better day by day.

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Patients, Families May Pay up to $500 a Month for Marijuana

Minnesotans seeking medical marijuana next year can expect monthly bills of $100 to $500 for their treatment.

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Agreement Will Allow Islamic Center in St. Anthony

Federal prosecutors and the city of St. Anthony Village have reached a settlement that will allow an Islamic center to have a worship space in the Minneapolis suburb.

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Jesse Ventura Before His Book Signing in St. Cloud
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Ventura Sues Publisher of ‘American Sniper’ Book

Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura is suing the publisher of the book that a federal jury said defamed him.

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Authorities Investigate Minnesota Plant Gas Leak

Authorities are investigating after 9,000 gallons of a dangerous gas leaked at a fertilizer plant in southern Minnesota.

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DNR to Pump Potash Into Lake to Kill Zebra Mussels

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources hopes to deliver the killing blow to zebra mussels discovered in a small Minneapolis-area lake.

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Record High Temperature Recorded

A record high temperature is set in the Twin Cities.

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Legislation Seeks Interim Steps to Stop Asian Carp

Members of Congress have introduced legislation calling for interim steps to prevent invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes through Chicago-area waterways while a permanent solution is debated.

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Photo courtesy of the Minnesota National Guard
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Minnesota Utility Offering Customers Solar Power

Xcel Energy is launching a new program that it hopes will be a big boost in solar electricity for the Minneapolis-based utility company.

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Duluth Police Investigate Stabbing at Supermarket

Police are investigating a fatal stabbing at a Duluth supermarket.

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