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  • Weight Limit Sign

    Stevens County roads will continue with spring weight enforcements, sending heavy trucks around the county. MnDOT has removed their annual weight restrictions for the spring, but Stevens, along with several neighboring counties, decided to maintain the rules a …

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    05 Apr 12
  • Copeland Indicted in Drive-by

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A grand jury has indicted a Minneapolis teenager on first-degree murder charges in the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy last summer. The Hennepin County Attorney’s office says 17-year-old Donquarius Davon Copeland …

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    04 Apr 12
  • DNR Website Operational

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Officials say Minnesota’s troubled new state park reservations system is now fully up and running. Heavy demand crashed the system the morning it went online March 1. The Department of …

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    04 Apr 12
  • Minneapolis Cable Failure Investigation

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minneapolis will pay $75,000 to an engineering firm investigating why cable anchors failed on a bike and pedestrian bridge. The city’s Transportation and Public Works Committee approved the agreement Tuesday. The Star …

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    04 Apr 12
  • Dayton Reduces "Clawback" Limitations

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill to exempt charitable groups from having to return tainted donations after the expiration of a two-year statute of limitations. Dayton signed the bill …

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    04 Apr 12
  • Fireworks

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota holiday revelers hungry for a bigger bang and brighter flash could buy and set off a wider array of consumer fireworks if a bill moving through the Legislature stays …

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    04 Apr 12
  • Voter ID

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota House has given its final approval to a constitutional amendment on November’s ballot that will have Minnesotans decide if a government-issued photo ID should be required to vote. …

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    04 Apr 12
  • Evansville Poetry Event

    T.S. Eliot wrote “April is the cruelest month” in 1922 and poets have been trying to prove him wrong ever since. For the last seventeen years, the Evansville Arts Coalition (EAC) has held a poetry …

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    04 Apr 12