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Public File Reports
01/17/2018 11:55 PM
The community of Virginia is expressing concern over two fliers that have been distributed throughout the city that appear to support white privilege and the Ku Klux Klan.
In a highly anticipated decision, an administrative law judge has said she disapproves the MPCA's proposal to change the state's sulfate standard.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton traveled to the Iron Range on Wednesday night to meet with a group of local Mayors in Eveleth.
Authorities arrested a man on possible charges of first-degree arson, first-degree attempted murder, and obstruction of legal process after a house fire near Bemidji on Monday evening.
Nelson, Boyle elected St. Louis county board chair and vice-chair
Five residents of the Fitzgerald Nursing Home and Rehab in Eveleth were treated for possible carbon monoxide poisoning Sunday morning.
After nearly losing his life before being rescued, 70-year-old Dave Quiser is now recovering at Region's Hospital in St. Paul.
The John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon is about three weeks away, and trails are looking much better than last year. The mid-distance race is especially popular this year, with nearly double the number of mushers registered.
Wear-a-Knit made 19,000 hats for the Super Bowl season. But they are really hard to find!