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Martin County: Bacon Capital, USA Video included

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Bacon lover’s rejoice. August 20th is National Bacon Lover’s Day. And there’s no better place to get your hands on all the bacon you want than in Martin County

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EAA Holds Annual Breakfast Video included

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Around 1,300 people enjoyed some pancakes at the Mankato Regional Airport Sunday morning. 

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New Ulm Football Anxious For 2017 Video included

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The Eagles won just two games last season, but are building a solid foundation for the future. 

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Good Counsel Learning Center Celebrates 50th Anniversary Video included

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Today, the staff at Good Counsel Learning Center celebrated its 50th anniversary alongside past and present students, as well as their friends and family.

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Minnesotans Working In Wisconsin To Receive Tax Credit Video included

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 Minnesota is giving up efforts to reach a tax reciprocity agreement with Wisconsin.  

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Motorcycle Loses Control

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Before 7:00 p.m. Sunday, a motorcycle heading westbound on Highway 14 lost control and went into a ditch. 

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WWI Veteran Has Plaque Installed Video included

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A family reunion in Madelia featured a unique ceremony that dedicated a fallen soldier. 

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National Weather Service Confirms Two Tornadoes Hit Northwestern Iowa Video included

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The National Weather Service is confirming two tornadoes struck Friday night in northwestern Iowa. 

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Mayo House Acknowledges The Le Sueur Tigers Video included

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The Mayo Clinic is one of the best in the country, but did you know the founder went to war?  

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Building Purchase Should Pave Way For New United Stadium Video included

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Officials say Minnesota United owner Bill McGuire has bought the last building that stands in the way of a new professional soccer stadium in St. Paul. 

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Homes In St. Paul Area Evacuated After Pipe Bomb Scare Video included

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Several homes in a St. Paul neighborhood were evacuated after police said they found a potential explosive device in a vehicle. 

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Students Settle In For Upcoming School Year Video included

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It was a busy day over at Bethany Lutheran College for nearly 200 students, as they moved into the dormitories.

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Historic Inn Up for Auction in Northern Iowa Video included

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The Inn at Okoboji Resort & Conference Center at West Lake Okoboji is being sold in an online private auction in September.

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Springfield Hoping To Bounce-Back In 2017 Video included

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"I think we can do damage on offense because we have a wide arsenal."

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National Champs Mavs Visit Governor Video included

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Months after clinching the national title in softball, the Mavericks are still riding high on bringing that trophy home to Mankato.

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Fire Relief Fund Continues To Aid Victims Video included

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For the last two weeks, victims from a fire in Wells have received help from a number of communities and organizations. 

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New Ulm Commemorates 155th US-Dakota War Anniversary Video included

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Saturday marks the beginning of the 155th anniversary of the US-Dakota War. The Brown County Historical Society has been busy preparing for its annual Dakota War Commemoration. 

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First-Year Students Receive Warm Reception Video included

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MSU freshman and first–year students were welcomed at the Bresnan Arena, as the annual Alumni March signified the start of their college careers. 

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Social Media Reacts To Messages Of Violence Against Women Video included

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As students arrive for the start of college at MSU, the way some were welcomed to the Mankato area has angered many people on social media. 

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Log Cabin Discovered In Walls Of Mankato House

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Project Coordinator Jeremy Flitter has done some digging, dating the cabin back to as early as 1854, measuring about 16 feet by 26 feet.

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Ann Marie's Kitchen Makes Comeback As Scotty Biggs BBQ Video included

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Opening back in April, Anne Marie's Kitchen was forced to close after 30 thousand dollars in repairs was needed to keep the building up to par. 

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Fire Marshal Investigating Granada House Fire Video included

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The Sheriff's Office was assisted by Granada and Fairmont fire departments, the Minnesota State Patrol and Gold Cross Ambulance.

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Xcel Energy Says Solar Eclipse Won't Affect Operations Video included

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A big provider of solar energy in Minnesota and other states says next week's solar eclipse will have no impact on its electric service.   

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PICK OF THE LITTER: Kitten Isha Looking For Home Video included

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This week's Pick of the Litter is Isha. Isha was a stray cat found in Mankato that lost an eye, likely due to an infection. 

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Twin Cities Superintendents Try To Address Achievement Gap

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A group of Twin Cities superintendents is attempting to address the segregation and academic achievement gap issues that are still prevalent in Minnesota schools.  

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Strategist Steve Bannon Leaves Trump's Turbulent White House

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Steve Bannon, a forceful but divisive presence in President Donald Trump's White House, is leaving.   

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Lake Vermilion State Park Campground May Open in September

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 Officials were hoping last spring to open the much-anticipated campground at the newest gem in Minnesota's state park system in July. Then construction delays got in the way.   

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6 Parks In Renville County Temporarily Closed Due To Flooding

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Recent torrential rain has Renville County closing 6 of its parks due to flooding.

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Iowa's July Unemployment Rate Remains 3.2 Percent

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Iowa's unemployment rate remained at 3.2 percent in July.  

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Several Wounded In Finland Stabbing; Suspect Shot In Leg

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Police in Finland say they have shot a man in the leg after he was suspected of stabbing several people in the western city of Turku.   

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Minneapolis City Council To Vote On New Police Chief

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The Minneapolis City Council is voting on naming a new police chief in the wake of last month's fatal shooting of an unarmed Australian woman by an officer responding to a call. 

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Feds Ease Border Crossings At Minnesota's Northwest Angle

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Federal authorities are rolling out a pilot program to make border crossing easier for travelers to the northernmost point of the lower 48 states, 

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Retired Diocese Of New Ulm Priest Facing Allegation Of Sexual Abuse

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A retired priest with the Diocese of New Ulm faces an allegation of sexual abuse. 

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Moment Of Silence Held For Victims Of Barcelona Attacks

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 Israel's president has expressed his nation's sympathy to the people of Spain and said the world must join together to fight terrorism.     

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Verizon Clerk Wounds Robber After Exchange of Gunfire

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Authorities say one of two suspects who attempted to rob a Verizon Wireless store in Minnesota was shot in an exchange of gunfire with a clerk. 

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Bankers: Drought Still Burdening Rural Economy in 10 States

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Bankers: Drought still burdening rural economy in 10 states

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No Foul Play Suspected in Discovery of Human Remains

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No foul play is suspected in the death of a person whose remains were found in St. Louis County

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Reading Tutors Needed This School Year Video included

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Thirteen tutors are still needed in Mankato, New Ulm, Nicollet, Janesville and St. Peter.

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State Looks for Feedback on Every Student Succeeds Act Video included

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The Minnesota Department of Education is hitting the road this month for a series of meetings to share the draft of the MN Every Student Succeeds Act.

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Parents and Students Navigate Move-In Day at MSU Mankato Video included

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A new class of students begin to embark on their college experience.

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Ideas and Horseshoes Pitched with MN Health Commissioner In Rapidan Video included

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For the sixth consecutive summer, Minnesota's health commissioner is traveling around the state to toss around ideas with local health officials. 

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West Football: New Look, New Coach, Same Goals Video included

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The Scarlet's quest for a title begins Friday, September 1st. West opens the season on the road at Rochester Century.

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Doris Weber is August Good Person Video included

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This month’s Good Person makes a difference in the community of Springfield

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National Weather Service Confirms Seven Tornadoes Video included

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A total of eight tornadoes are reported to have touched the ground in parts of southern Minnesota Aug 16 in the afternoon leaving damage in their wake.

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Somali Traveling Exhibit Visits Mankato Video included

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The Minnesota Somali community is the largest in the country. On Thursday, the Somali Museum of Minnesota's traveling exhibit made a stop in Mankato. 

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State Authorities Plan DWI Saturation in Run-Up to Labor Day Video included

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More than 300 law enforcement agencies across the state will be targeting impaired drivers during extra enforcement starting Friday, Sept. 18.

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8 Tornado Reports Across Southern Minnesota Wednesday Video included

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A busy day of cleanup is ahead for many southern Minnesota residents after storms rolled through last night. 

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Fundraiser Being Held For Families Displaced In Wells Apartment Fire Video included

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Relief efforts continue for the 12 families displaced following a fire at an apartment building in Wells earlier this month. 

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MIDDAY EXPERT: Packing Up School Lunches Video included

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April Graff, Hilltop Hy-Vee Dietitian joined us this midday with some back to school lunch ideas for families. 

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Minnesota Adds 7,700 Jobs In July

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The Mankato area is continuing its upward trend, with more jobs popping up in July. 

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Forum on Race Visits St. Peter Video included

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The Region Nine Development Commission has teamed up with the YWCA of Mankato and the Greater Mankato Diversity Council to host forums in seven rural towns in South Central Minnesota.

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East Grand Forks Area Police Investigate Bad Batch Of Drugs

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Authorities in northwest Minnesota and northeast North Dakota believe a bad batch of supposed methamphetamine is being trafficked in the Grand Forks-East Grand Forks area.    

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2 Lending Firms Accused Of Scamming Minnesota Residents

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Minnesota's attorney general is suing two lending firms accused of scamming military veterans and senior citizens.   

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Fifteen-Cent Raise On Tap In 2018 For Minimum Wage Earners

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Minnesota's minimum wage for most large employers will increase to $9.65 an hour in 2018.     

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Minneapolis Diner Fires Workers Photographed In Nazi Apparel

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A Minneapolis restaurant has fired two employees who appeared in photos wearing Nazi apparel and displaying white supremacy paraphernalia, saying the photos were troubling in light of recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia.  

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Fire Destroys Auto Business In Small Town Of Millerville

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Fire has destroyed a business in the small town of Millerville.     

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Iowa's Last Statewide Exchange Insurer Seeks Higher Hike

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The last health care insurance company to sell policies to individuals in Iowa through the Affordable Care Act says proposed increases to premium rates may be higher than once expected. 

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North Mankato Woman Injured After Hydroplaning Vehicle

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A North Mankato woman is injured after hydroplaning her vehicle yesterday afternoon. 

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Nicollet Co. Sheriff's Office Reports Damage

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A tornado warning was issued for Nicollet County by the National Weather Service

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Tornadoes Reported In Southern Minnesota Video included

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The National Weather Service says tornadoes have touched down in south-central Minnesota

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Minnesota Man Accused of Throwing Pig's Foot at Somalis

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Authorities allege a Minnesota man threw a pig's foot at Somalis at a farmers market

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Maintenance Worker Dies in Elevator Fall at Superior Hotel

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 Superior police say a 63-year-old maintenance worker died when he fell to the bottom of a hotel elevator shaft

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BEA Bucs Look to Hit the Ground Running Video included

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Last season, the Buccaneers lost three of their first four games. BEA later turned its season around, winning five straight, including their first playoff game. This year, the Bucs hope to pick up where they left off.

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Mavs Hold Scrimmage at Blakeslee Stadium Video included

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MSU kicks-off the 2017 season on Thursday, August 31st, against U-Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota.
They'll host Minnesota Crookston the following week, on September 9th, in their home opener at Blakeslee Stadium.
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Afternoon Tornadoes Leave Mess To Clean Up Video included

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After those storms moved out of the region, it's now leaving a few people with a mess to clean up.

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Grant Helps ER Personnel Train In De-Escalation Video included

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Violent encounters with patients are rare situations in the emergency room, but when it happens, it can escalate quickly.

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Greater Mankato Area United Way Kicks Off Campaign With Tug-Of-War Battle Video included

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2018 campaign goal for Greater Mankato Area United Way set at $2,050,000.

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Dayton Pitches 25 By 25 Water Quality Plan Video included

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Minnesota's 25 by 25 campaign is an effort to improve water quality 25% by 2025

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Roadwork In St. Peter Behind, New Ulm Construction Ahead Of Schedule

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Drivers have certainly noticed, MnDOT has been busy this summer with road construction. Two of their bigger projects are Highway 15 in New Ulm and Highway 99 in St. Peter.

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City Seeking CERT Volunteers To Help During Emergencies Video included

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From responding to emergencies to helping with large city events, the city of Mankato is preparing the next class of the Community Emergency Response Team.

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Couple's Arranged Marriage Turned Into 19-Year 'Love Story'

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A Minnesota couple who began their life together through an arranged marriage nearly 20 years ago are about to renew their vows.  

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Mankato Named Second Best College Town In Nation

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Mankato has a lot to brag about when it comes to the college experience.

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FBI Offers $30K Reward For Info In Minnesota Mosque Bombing

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The FBI is offering a $30,000 reward for information in the bombing of a Minnesota mosque earlier this month.    

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Rochester Man Arrested In 3-County Chase That Ended In Crash

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A Rochester man is accused of assaulting a staff member and another resident at a group home, then leading authorities on a car chase across three counties in a stolen vehicle.    

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MIDDAY EXPERT: Tips On Designing It Yourself Video included

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Laura Doyen, owner of Design & Wine, of North Mankato, joined KEYC News 12 this Midday to talk about the design it yourself mentality. 

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Alexandria PD Continue To Ask For Help In Locating Missing Teen

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The Alexandria Police Department continues to ask for the public’s assistance in locating Jasmine Block, 15, of Alexandria. 

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Review: Minnesota Handled Football Suspensions Properly

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An outside review says the University of Minnesota followed law and policy properly when it suspended 10 football players last fall following an accusation of sexual assault.     

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Man Rescued After Jumping From Ramsey Falls

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Officials respond to an incident at Ramsey Falls in Redwood Falls after a man jumped from the falls.

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Coast Guard: Army Helicopter Reported Down Off Hawaii

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The U.S. Coast Guard and military crews are responding to a report that an Army helicopter with five aboard went down in the ocean off Hawaii.      

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Sturgis Rally Undercover Sex Stings Nab 9 Suspects

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Nine men were arrested in undercover sex trafficking stings during the recent Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.   

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Authorities Say Man Stabbed At Iowa State Fair

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Authorities say a man has been stabbed at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines.   

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Minneapolis Police Reviewing Punching Of Handcuffed Man

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Minneapolis police are looking into a video that appears to show two uniformed city officers standing by as a bouncer repeatedly punches a handcuffed man lying face-down outside a downtown strip club.   

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Former Sports Radio Personality Jeff Dubay Faces New Charge

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Former Twin Cities sports radio personality Jeff Dubay is in trouble with the law again, charged with felony assault in Washington County.  

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Jury Convicts Former Mrs. America Of Swindling Store

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A former Mrs. America and home shopping network host has been convicted in Minnesota of swindling a department store of up to $5,000 by switching price tags on clothing she purchased.   

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UnitedHealth CEO To Step Down After Run Of More Than Decade

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UnitedHealth Group will change leaders next month, promoting long-time executive David Wichmann to replace CEO Stephen Hemsley, who has led the nation's largest health insurer since 2006.    

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Iowa State Rep. Todd Prichard Suspends Campaign For Governor

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Democratic Rep. Todd Prichard has suspended his campaign for Iowa governor. 

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Mankato Man Charged With Alleged Sexual Abuse Of Child

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A Mankato man is charged with criminal sexual conduct for the alleged sexual abuse of a child.

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Fairmont Football Eyeing Section Title Video included

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The Cardinals open up the season at home on Thursday, August 31st against Blue Earth Area.

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MSU Football Opens Up Fall Camp Video included

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There's plenty of excitement for the upcoming campaign, and the Mavericks have some big goals they want to accomplish in 2017.

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THRIVE: Relaxation Tips Before Bed Video included

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Sleep is an important part of our routine and everyone would like to fall asleep promptly when laying down, but sometimes it can be tricky to. 

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Minnesota Timberwolves unveil new jerseys

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The Minnesota Timberwolves posted a video on their Facebook page showcasing their new look. 

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Vikings Bid Farewell to Mankato Video included

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It was a bittersweet day on the campus of MSU as the Minnesota Vikings wrapped-up their 52nd and final training camp in Mankato.

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MSU Football Hosts Annual BBQ Video included

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The MSU football team held its annual Kick-Off BBQ with plenty of tasty food to go around.
The Mavericks hold their first official practice of the 2017 season this Thursday night.
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Murray Looking Forward To Upcoming Season Video included

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"I was excited, it's been a while, and obviously that was my first time practicing with my new team so there's a lot of emotions there. A majority of it is just being excited to be back on the field."

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THRIVE: Adult Immunizations Video included

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Every year thousands of adults in the U.S. become seriously ill and are hospitalized because of diseases that immunizations can help prevent. 

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Edwards To Get Chance Calling Plays This Preseason Video included

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In all three seasons, Zimmer's called the shots on the defense, that is until emergency eye surgery last November forced him to miss the Dallas game.

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THRIVER: Elissa Dulski's Story Video included

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Nominated Thriver Elissa Dulski says, "I gained 85 pounds with my daughter and during that pregnancy it was hard on me and my self–esteem." 

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THRIVE: Greater Mankato Area United Way To Host 8th Annual Women With Heart Luncheon Video included

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More than 500 women are expected to attend tomorrow's 8th annual Greater Mankato Area United Way Women with Heart Luncheon. CEO Greater Mankato Area United Way Barb Kaus says, "It's a wonderful way to bring the women together of the region to show their support for improving people's lives." United Way focuses on helping families in need lead healthy and successful lives. Kaus says, "We need to include all aspects of who gives to united way and supports the beautif... More>>

Thrive: Preventative Exams For Women Video included

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Preventative exams are important for women as their bodies age and change. Mankato Clinic Dr. Tara Denke says, "As women age and change our bodies age and change and some of the things that happen can affect our ability to just live our lives so as women age we want to see them through the reproductive years. We want to see them through the parimenopause years and of course then the menapausle years and all of those areas of life." The exam consists of a standard physical ...

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Drake is July "Good Person" Video included

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This month’s Good People award winner has a vision for helping the blind

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Thrive: Pregnancy Myths Part Two Video included

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 With all this advice coming from a variety of sources, it's inevitable that there are some myths in the mix.  Mankato Clinic M.D Mark Taylor says, "The old thing about remember you're eating for two is still out there and pregnancy is not a license to pig out. But you do want to expand your calories a little so it's about 300 calories a day for a normal patient. There are different patients with different." Adding that those extra calories should be healthy choice..

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THRIVE: Pregnancy Myths Video included

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Everything from books to magazines to relatives and neighbors have a plethora of advice about pregnancy do's and don'ts.

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THRIVE: Preparing For Pregnancy Video included

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Becoming the healthiest version of yourself is the best thing you can do when trying to become pregnant. 

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Thrive: Exercise and Pregnancy Video included

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There are several healthy habits to practice when pregnant and exercise is one of them

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THRIVE: Jason Peterson Makes Healthy Lifestyle Change Video included

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Jason Peterson has made changes to his physical health this past year by joining Kato Crossfit and is seen as a Thriver to friends and family.

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THRIVE: Making Exercise A Priority Video included

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We are all busy people and lack of motivation and time to squeeze in a workout can get the best of us. 

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THRIVE: WYSIWYG Offering More Than Just Healthy Nutrition Video included

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What You See Is What You Get is about more than just healthy food options.

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THRIVE: Understanding Heat Stroke to Avoid It Video included

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As we enter the warmest months of the year, it's important to be aware of heat related illnesses.

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THRIVE: International Men's Health Awareness Week Video included

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Bringing awareness to men and boys getting annual checkups.

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Thrive: Children's Museum Of Southern Minnesota Video included

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The Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota has a temporary exhibit space where they have the ability to rotate exhibits every 3–4 months. 

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Thrive: New Juice Recommendations Video included

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The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends keeping children from drinking juice. 

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Thrive: Sculpture Tour Promoting Wellness

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Sculptures began lining the streets, marking their spot on May 13. 

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Thrive: Shingles Can Strike Years After Chicken Pox Video included

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 Anyone who has experienced the chicken pox virus may have a reactivation known as shingles. 

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THRIVE: Hepatitis C Treatment

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New drugs have made Hepatitis C treatment more effective. 

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THRIVE: Harvest Of The Month Video included

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Eating fruits and vegetables are an essential part of our diets to stay healthy...

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THRIVE: School Snack Carts Video included

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 Participating area schools are utilizing a snack cart in the morning to help keep kids on track.  "A hungry student is a student that might have trouble focusing on their schoolwork, concentrating in the classroom. There might be behavior issues, trouble learning so this is just kind of a morning snack to hold them over until lunch," ISD 77/Mankato Clinic Foundation, Kelsey Rounds said.  The snack carts are brought to the hallways around 9:30 in the morning.

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THRIVE: Less Invasive Bunion Surgery Video included

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A bunion is a bump on your big toe where a normal bone changes position to become more prominent or stick out. 

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THRIVE: Maintaining Behavioral Changes Video included

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Whether it has to do with working out or dieting, making a life change can be difficult enough in itself, but maintaining that behavior change forever is the hardest part.

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THRIVE: Maintaining Sleep Schedule Video included

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Maintaining steady sleep schedule with ways to fall asleep without using medication.

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THRIVE: Prostate Cancer Screenings Video included

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 The men's health forum coming up on April 11 brings health awareness to men.. Focusing in on prostate cancer at this year's event. 

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THRIVE: Upcoming 2017 Men's Health Forum Focuses On Prostate Cancer Video included

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The men's health forum is designed to reach an audience that doesn't necessarily pay as close attention to their health.  

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THRIVE: Nutrition Importance When Working Out Video included

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Often times the importance of nutrition for fueling the body when exercising can be overlooked.

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THRIVE: Cancer Risks From Tanning Beds Video included

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 "Recently saw a statistic that tanning beds cause more than 400 thousand skin cancers in the us a year. Here in the clinic we see skin cancer every day," Mankato Clinic Dermatologist, Dr. Paul Bandelin said.  

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THRIVE: Treating Trauma With Brain Spotting Video included

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Three different ingredients make something traumatic to an individual.  

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THRIVE: SMILES Program Works Toward Reaching Goals Video included

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SMILES is a center for independent living serving people with disabilities in the community.. And after coming across the Mankato Clinic's THRIVE campaign.. one SMILES counselor was inspired to use eat, move sleep into a program if their own. 

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THRIVE: Exercise As Medicine Video included

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Using exercise as a natural medication.

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THRIVE: Health Hazards Of Drinking Pop Video included

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Pop's sweet taste, pleasant fizz and energizing jolt may often seem like just what you need. 

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THRIVE: Benefits Of Weight Resistance Training Video included

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Although cardiovascular training is important.. often times women push weight resistance training off to the side.

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Thrive: Practicing Mindfulness To Change Thinking Video included

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Throughout the day many of us have negative thoughts running through our minds, but would do anything to make it stop and get rid of the worry. Mindfulness is the practice for managing thoughts and selecting your attention to give you an opportunity to worry less and select where you place that attention.  "I use it when I'm caught up in my worries or I'm bombarded with too many thoughts at once or I find myself in this negative space or thinking about myself in a negative w..

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Thrive: Fare For All, Saving Money On Groceries Video included

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Would you like to save money on your grocery bills this month? 

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Thrive: Cortisone Shots Improving Quality Of Life Video included

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 Cortisone shots are injections that may help relieve pain and inflammation in a specific area of your body.  

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Thrive: Mastering Life's Challenges With Resilience Video included

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Resilience.. Mastering life's challenges by adapting regrouping and moving on.  

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Thrive: Dry Skin Remedies

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It's hard to escape the effects of the cold, dry, Minnesota winters. But preventative steps to minimize dry skin can be used to keep it under control. 

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Thrive: Dealing With A Binge Eating Disorder

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A binge eating disorder is not an easy thing to deal with and often makes sufferers feel alone.

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Thrive: The Effects Of Asthma

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People with asthma deal with symptoms like wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and coughing.. 

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Thrive: Importance Of Hearing Check-Ups

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Having a hearing disorder can sometimes go without notice because without a check-up individuals start to adapt. 

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Thrive: Protecting Your Eyes

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Some wear them as a fashion statement.. some wear them to avoid squinting.. but everyone should wear them for protection. 

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Waterville Elementary Principal Wins Golden Apple Award

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For most students, going to the principal's office can be a scary thing... But at Waterville Elementary, it's something they look forward to. 

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Fairmont's Mike Fischer is May 'Good People'

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This month's Good People Award winner comes to us from Fairmont. Mike Fischer combines his passion for softball with his passion for helping others. 

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MSU Professors Are February Good People Video included

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Getting kids excited about learning can be tricky. This month's Good People recipients make learning fun. 

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Prestons Are November Good People

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Robert and Jean Preston want to make sure kids in Mankato don't go hungry when school isn't in session. 

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MSU Grad Already Has A Job (And Business)

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Francis Kanneh created underrecruitedprep.com two years ago and plans to use his marketing degree to take it to the next level

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State Street Theater Receives Large Donation

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State Street Theater is receiving their third cornerstone pledge in memory of a former Minnesota judge.

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DOL's Overtime Rule Put On Hold

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The Department of Labor's new overtime rule set to go into effect today has been put on hold. 

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  • New Ulm Football Anxious For 2017

    New Ulm Football Anxious For 2017

    Sunday, August 20 2017 11:39 PM EDT2017-08-21 03:39:08 GMT

    The Eagles won just two games last season, but are building a solid foundation for the future. 

    The Eagles won just two games last season, but are building a solid foundation for the future. 

  • Springfield Hoping To Bounce-Back In 2017

    Springfield Hoping To Bounce-Back In 2017

    Friday, August 18 2017 11:55 PM EDT2017-08-19 03:55:20 GMT

    "I think we can do damage on offense because we have a wide arsenal."

    "I think we can do damage on offense because we have a wide arsenal."

  • National Champs Mavs Visit Governor

    National Champs Mavs Visit Governor

    Friday, August 18 2017 11:51 PM EDT2017-08-19 03:51:57 GMT

    Months after clinching the national title in softball, the Mavericks are still riding high on bringing that trophy home to Mankato.

    Months after clinching the national title in softball, the Mavericks are still riding high on bringing that trophy home to Mankato.

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  • THRIVE: Relaxation Tips Before Bed

    THRIVE: Relaxation Tips Before Bed

    Thursday, August 10 2017 10:11 PM EDT2017-08-11 02:11:17 GMT

    Sleep is an important part of our routine and everyone would like to fall asleep promptly when laying down, but sometimes it can be tricky to. 

    Sleep is an important part of our routine and everyone would like to fall asleep promptly when laying down, but sometimes it can be tricky to. 

  • THRIVE: Adult Immunizations

    THRIVE: Adult Immunizations

    Tuesday, August 8 2017 6:44 PM EDT2017-08-08 22:44:44 GMT

    Every year thousands of adults in the U.S. become seriously ill and are hospitalized because of diseases that immunizations can help prevent. 

    Every year thousands of adults in the U.S. become seriously ill and are hospitalized because of diseases that immunizations can help prevent. 

  • THRIVER: Elissa Dulski's Story

    THRIVER: Elissa Dulski's Story

    Monday, August 7 2017 10:59 AM EDT2017-08-07 14:59:43 GMT

    Nominated Thriver Elissa Dulski says, "I gained 85 pounds with my daughter and during that pregnancy it was hard on me and my self–esteem." 

    Nominated Thriver Elissa Dulski says, "I gained 85 pounds with my daughter and during that pregnancy it was hard on me and my self–esteem."