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  • Dayton: Vikings stadium must be at Dome to pass

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Gov. Mark Dayton is telling the owners of the Minnesota Vikings the team’s new stadium will have to be at the Metrodome site if a stadium bill is to pass …

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    24 Jan 12
  • DFL Party files complaint against GOP senator

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota DFL Party has filed a campaign finance complaint against state Sen. Dave Thompson for failing to disclose money he received from the state Republican Party. Minnesota Public Radio …

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    24 Jan 12
  • Complaint amended against Amy Senser in hit-run

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – New details are emerging about a fatal hit-and-run allegedly involving the wife of former Minnesota Vikings tight end Joe Senser. Hennepin County prosecutors filed an amended complaint Monday against Amy Senser. The …

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    24 Jan 12
  • Photo credit: Lori Carlson, Prior Lake American

    It’s finally feeling like winter in Minnesota, but a partially submerged car on Prior Lake proves the ice isn’t completely safe yet.   The State Department of Natural Resources warns ice needs to be at …

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    24 Jan 12
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    A man accused of burglarizing the home of a deceased woman near Jordan has allegedly admitted to the incident. In October, a man reported that someone had broken into the house, garage and pole barn …

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    24 Jan 12
  • Firefighters in Carver Co. find woman’s body

    DAHLGREN TOWNSHIP, Minn. (AP) – Firefighters in Carver County say they found the body of a woman while fighting a house fire in Dahlgren Township. The sheriff’s department got a 911 call shortly before 8 p.m. Monday about …

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    24 Jan 12
  • Hazelden

    Young substance abusers will be the focus of a new addiction treatment facility in Chaska opening this spring. Minnesota-based Hazelden will open an outpatient clinic that will service adults beginning March 1 and expand its …

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    24 Jan 12
  • Minnesota courts to go paperless

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A new initiative will move Minnesota courts from paper files to the electronic age. The Minnesota Judicial Council is requiring all courts to eventually go paperless. In Olmsted County District Court administrator …

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    23 Jan 12