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Australian Study Looks at Diet and Diabetes
2/11/2016 10:46:00 PM
A special 'diet' is allowing many sufferers to dramatically 'reduce' their dependence on medication...
SPECIAL REPORT: Rooting Out Demons
2/11/2016 10:00:00 PM
The history of sexual assaults committed by priests within the Catholic community is a history the Diocese of Winona is working to prevent from repeating. In order to protect the innocent and educate the adults, the Diocese has instituted two training programs to help make the church a safe space once again.
Health Department erred in Minnesota drinking water tests
2/11/2016 9:27:00 PM
ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Health Department has admitted it failed in testing some drinking water supplies.
St. Paul low-power radio station WEQY seeks to give East Side a voice
2/11/2016 8:24:53 PM
Low-power, volunteer-run station mixes music, news and commentary.
Greater Minnesota sex assault victims often receive less care
2/11/2016 7:42:00 PM
ST. PAUL -- Greater Minnesota sexual assault victims are less likely to receive adequate care, a new study shows.
House committee holds veterans hearing in Owatonna
2/11/2016 5:00:00 PM
OWATONNA — Local veterans have no shortage of ideas for how the state can improve services for those who have served in the military.
Blooming Prairie to pay off 2009 bond early, save taxpayers
2/11/2016 4:56:00 PM
BLOOMING PRAIRIE — The Blooming Prairie City Council unanimously voted Monday to spend $145,000 to pay off an outstanding general obligation bond for a streets project two years early.
Minnesota looks at more child protection ideas
2/11/2016 3:00:00 PM
ST. PAUL — Minnesota legislators are poised to consider a second round of initiatives designed to prevent child abuse.
Local florist, gift shop helps spread the love in Blooming Prairie
2/11/2016 2:24:00 PM
BLOOMING PRAIRIE — Pink, red and white carnations sat in a white bucket as students filed into the Blooming Prairie High School cafeteria for lunch Thursday afternoon.
Grace Bible Church conditional use permit narrowly approved by City Council
2/11/2016 1:56:00 PM
The Faribault City Council approved a conditional use permit for Grace Bible Church to use space at Faribo West Mall as a place for assembly by a 3-2 vote on Tuesday. Councilors John Rowan and Steve Underdahl were absent.
Curtain falls on his opera career, but driving a bus has its rewards
1/30/2016 5:26:31 PM
Every so often, when his passengers get particularly unruly, First Student bus driver Philip Bologna uses a unique method to try to quiet the agitation: He bursts into song.
Clinton, Sanders to swing through Twin Cities on Friday
Thu, 11, Feb 2016 17:1
The Democratic presidential contenders visit at a time when both campaigns are ramping up Minnesota organizing as their contest intensifies nationally.