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Man Convicted of State Park Murder Loses Appeal
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has a rejected a Burnsville man's request to overturn his conviction and sentence for fatally shooting a man at a State Park near Albert Lea a few years ago.
It's Definitely Christmas in Duluth
It’s assumed that sharp-eyed satellites can easily detect a certain array of lights coming from Duluth, Minnesota the next several weeks.
Winona-Rochester Diocese Bankruptcy Filing is Coming Soon
A formal announcement is expected on Tuesday, but Sunday worshippers at Catholic Churches throughout southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin were given notice yesterday that the Diocese of Winona-Rochester will soon be going through bankruptcy reorganization.
Minnesotans Face Average 5.7% Proposed Property Tax Increase
County Assessor offices throughout Minnesota are sending out annual “Truth in Taxation” statements to property owners to provide notice of the property tax levies being proposed by local governments to support their 2019 budgets.