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    A Farmington man is facing multiple criminal sexual conduct charges in connection with at least four incidents in which he attempted to lure children or exposed himself to them. Adam Eugene Berg, 30, has been …

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    05 Mar 12
  • handcuffs

    Two men have been summoned to district court for a crime that was committed almost a year ago. Mitchell William Florea, 24, of Jordan and Nathan Thomas Bandy, 23, of Belle Plaine are each facing …

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    05 Mar 12
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    New political boundaries released last month by the Minnesota Supreme Court have begun taking their toll on area legislators up for reelection this fall. Senator Al DeKruif, who represents District 25, announced on Sunday his …

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    05 Mar 12
  • U of M lawyer: Sviggum has conflict of interest

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – The top lawyer for the University of Minnesota says Regent Steve Sviggum has a conflict of interest that can’t be resolved while he works for the Senate Republican Caucus. General Counsel Mark …

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    29 Feb 12
  • Minn. police investigating possible infant death

    CRYSTAL, Minn. (AP) – Police are searching a home in Crystalafter getting a report of a possible suspicious death of an infant years ago. Crystal Police Chief John Banick says two people who live at …

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    29 Feb 12
  • Minn. budget forecast shows $323 million surplus

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota’s lead budget official says a new prediction of a small surplus reflects state economic conditions that are “steady and consistent.” Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner Jim Schowalter released an …

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    29 Feb 12
  • Spirit Airlines launches service from Twin Cities

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Spirit Airlines said Wednesday it will begin service from the Twin Cities to Chicago and Las Vegas in May. Metropolitan Airports Commission chairman Dan Boivin says Spirit’s low fare business model will …

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    29 Feb 12
  • Dayton: Bill changing teacher layoffs is premature

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Gov. Mark Dayton is suggesting he will veto a bill that would let schools lay off teachers by factors other than seniority alone. The legislation would let districts consider teacher …

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    29 Feb 12