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Highway 14 Mankato Minnesota River Bridge Work Begins Wednesday Evening

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Motorists are advised of lane restrictions and workers present on the Highway 14 bypass on Wednesday, September 27 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the area of the Minnesota River bridge, weather permitting

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Man Fatally Shot in Roseville Identified

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Police have identified a man who was fatally shot outside of an apartment complex in Roseville

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Gov. Dayton Says He Disagrees With Athletes Who Kneel During Anthem Video included

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Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he disagrees with professional athletes who sit or kneel during the national anthem

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Infant Delivered Prematurely Following Attack Has Died

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Police say an infant delivered by emergency surgery following an assault on the mother has died at a Rochester hospital

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Mankato Woman Charged With 22 Felonies of Welfare Fraud Video included

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Shawna Wolfe, age 48 of Mankato, was charged in Nicollet County with welfare fraud related crimes on September 22

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Mankato Applies for Grant to Improve Bus Stop Access Video included

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Following a traffic study at the intersection Madison Avenue and Haefner Drive, it has been concluded that a roundabout would be feasible in that location.

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Dozens Gather Outside MCHS In Fairmont To Protest Nursing Home Closure Video included

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Today's rally included employees and community members voicing their concerns for current residents and staff of the facility. "Not only are people losing their job, it hurts the morale of the people who are staying,” Peter Engstrom, kitchen aid at MCHS says. 

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Two Teams Win Big Thanks to Entrepreneurial Ideas Video included

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The Minnesota State University-Mankato College of Business announces the winner of the Big Ideas contest.

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Tuesday Marks National Voters Registration Day 2017 Video included

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Blue Earth County Elections is reminding residents to register to vote as Tuesday marks National Voter Registration Day for 2017. 

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Prime Your Business Event Promotes Collaboration

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 We take you to the 2017 Prime Your Business event

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Dotson Iron Castings Fire Under Investigation Video included

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Mankato Public Safety says the fire at Dotson Iron Castings is still under investigation. 

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Seniors Learn Home Care Options Video included

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Seniors in attendance learned about resources to stay in their homes longer.

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Minnesota Security Hospital In St. Peter To Host Job Fair Video included

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Positions include everything from registered and licensed practical nurses to the hospital's maintenance and dietary department. The hiring stems from an over $22 million funding increase passed during the 2017 legislative session.

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21-Year-Old Man Charged For Alleged Assault Near MSU Campus Video included

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21–year–old DaMarcus Deontay Holloway was arrested and charged for 5th degree assault for disorderly conduct. Authorities say charges could go up to either third or first degree assault depending on the severity of the injuries.

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MSU Football Players React To National Anthem Protest Video included

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MSU football players react to National Anthem Kneeling Sunday.

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Program Brings The Dentist To Area Schools Video included

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Students got a free dental screening and sealants if needed. The program helps kids get dental care they might not get elsewhere. 

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Mankato Police Searching For Suspect In BB Gun Incident Video included

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Authorities responded to two incidents where someone was hit by what appeared to be a BB or pellet. One in the general location of Riverfront Drive and Washington Street around 9:45 p.m.

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Jordan Man Seriously Injured In Renville County Crash

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A Jordan man suffers serious injuries in a two-vehicle accident in Renville County. It happened on Highway 212 just before 6 last night. 

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Dickinson County Sheriff's Office Seeking Help In Locating Burglary Suspects

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The Dickinson County Sheriff's Office is investigating a recent burglary at a business in Superior, Iowa

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Charges Filed In Blue Earth County Pursuit

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A 42-year-old North Mankato man is charged after leading police on a high-speed pursuit Friday morning.

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Mankato Free Press Parent Company Announces Merger Video included

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The new company would form one of the nation’s largest privately owned media groups.

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MIDDAY EXPERT: Business Networking Opportunity At Prime Your Business Event Video included

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Jonathan Zierdt with Greater Mankato Growth joined KEYC News 12 this Midday to talk about August job number as well as tonight's Prime Your Business event. 

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Gov. Dayton Appoints Sen. Kathy Sheran To Commission On Judicial Selection

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Governor Mark has appointed Senator Kathy Sheran as an at-large member of the Commission on Judicial Selection. 

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Target Raises Minimum Hourly Wage

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Target Corporation announced plans today to raise its minimum hourly wage for all team members to $11 in October, along with a commitment to increasing the minimum hourly wage to $15 by the end of 2020. 

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Diver Dies While Exploring Shipwreck In Lake Superior

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A diver has died while exploring a shipwreck in Lake Superior off the shores of northeastern Minnesota.      

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Health System Says Iowa Blocking It From New Program

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One of Iowa's biggest health systems says the state is improperly barring all of its hospitals, clinics and health care providers from participating in a new family planning program because of a few abortions performed within the system.

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Sept. 24 Tour Day At Welsh Heritage Farms Video included

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The apple orchard and pie shop in Lake Crystal invited folks to get a behind–the–scenes look of the facility. From the orchard fields to inside the packing house, visitors caught a glimpse of the step–by–step process behind their most popular apple products. 

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Mahkato Powwow Provides Healing And Unity To Mankato Community Video included

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The rich history of the Dakota tribe in Mankato continues to be an opportunity for the community to come together in reconciliation. "To know that history and to know how they had a part of making Minnesota is what it is today," Mahkato Wacip Chair David Brave Heart says. 

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Le Sueur-Henderson Reflects On 20 Year Anniversary Of Shooting Video included

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A community in rural  Minnesota is reflecting on a high school shooting that took place 20 years ago, which had no fatalities. 

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Police Investigate Man's Fatal Shooting In Roseville

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Roseville police say a man is dead after a shooting outside of an apartment complex. 

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Duck Season Opened Up This Weekend Video included

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Duck season opened Saturday and citizens will have 60 days to hunt in each of the three waterfowl zones across the state. 

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Portrait Of Wendell Hodapp Has Gone Missing Video included

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The photograph of North Mankato's first mayor was believed to be last seen inside a store room at city hall. 

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Pickup Strikes Amish Buggy, Kills Rider

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Authorities say a pickup truck driver suspected of driving drunk crashed into the rear of an Amish buggy in northwestern Minnesota and killed a rider.

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Eight Injured In St. Paul Fire Early Saturday Video included

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Eight people were injured, including three firefighters, in an early–morning apartment fire in St. Paul. 

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Kopet Smashes State Records in Big Win Over CM/C Video included

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Kopet threw for 357 yards, and 7 touchdowns in Saturday's victory over CM/C.

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Small Plane Crash In Northwestern Minnesota Kills Three People Video included

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Authorities say three people from Wyoming are dead after a small plane crash in northwestern  Minnesota. 

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Ruby's Pantry Continues To Serve Southern Minnesota Communities

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Since retiring, Jerry Miller says the organization has helped alleviate his fixed income. "The more they can get people to donate food the more areas they can have the programs in, and the more people can benefit by them," he says. 

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Bier On Belgrade's Dachshund Race Remains A Hit Video included

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A wiener dog race was held at 5 p.m. Saturday. Coordinators of the event incorporated the race into the Oktoberfest celebration two years ago as a way to keep up with the German theme.

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Blue Earth County Historical Society Opens New MSU Exhibit Video included

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Today, residents captured their first look at archives and memorabilia, portraying the unique history of Minnesota State University, Mankato. 

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Fire Damages Portion Of Dotson Iron Castings Late Friday Night Video included

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A release from the city says the fire was contained to the south half of the building after approximately three hours. 

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Fire Causes Damage at Dotson Iron Castings

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A release from the city says the  fire was contained to the south half of the building after approximately three hours, during which rail traffic was suspended at the Rock Street crossing for fire hydrant access. 

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Secretary of State: Russians Targeted Minnesota Elections Video included

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Federal officials say hackers working for the Russian government targeted the Minnesota secretary of state's website leading up to the 2016 election but did not break in

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Lillo Showing the Story of Crazy Horse Video included

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Arnie Lillo is at it again. The Good Thunder man who creates monumental artwork out of metal is ready to display his latest creation

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Wells Trucker to Haul Supplies to Houston Video included

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It's been almost a month since Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Houston, Texas and victims are still in need of recovery efforts.

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Grandparents Head Back to School at MVL Video included

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Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School welcomed two generations of students Friday. 

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Mapleton Man Killed In Hwy. 22 Crash Video included

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A 27-year-old Mapleton man is killed in a crash Thursday afternoon in Blue Earth County. 

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Second Suspect in Steele County Murder Case Takes Plea Deal Video included

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Friday, Gerald Blevins, 38,  pleaded guilty to second degree murder without intent. 

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45th Annual Mahkato Powwow Begins Friday Video included

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From storytelling to traditional games, students learn the significance of reconciliation in a variety of learning stations. Bud Lawrence is one of three people who helped found the Pow Wow back in 1972 as a way to invite the Dakota people back to Mankato.

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Conagra To Buy Mankato-Based Angie's Boomchickapop Video included

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Angie's Boomchickapop began in 2001 when husband–and–wife Angie and Dan Bastian started making popcorn in their Mankato garage. What simply started as a homemade hobby has now grown to over a dozen varieties of popcorn distributed across the globe.

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Mankato Man Arrested After Early Morning High-Speed Chase

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A 42-year-old Mankato man is arrested after leading police on a high-speed pursuit early this morning. 

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2016 Crime Victim Survey Results Released Video included

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About 37 percent of Minnesotans were the victim of a personal or property crime in 2016, but many crimes still went unreported. That's according to the 2016 Crime Victim Survey released today by the Department of Public Safety. 

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UPDATE: Conagra Buying Angie's Boomchickapop Video included

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Started as Angie's Kettle Corn in Mankato back in 2001 by Angie and Dan Bastian, the company has grown to distribute their products across the country.

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Mankato Area School Absentee Ballots Now Available Video included

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You can vote early by mail or in person from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday at the Mankato Area Public Schools' administrative office in the Intergovernmental Center in Mankato.

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Mankato Area Radio Broadcaster John Linder Passes Away Video included

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Linder had interest in several radio groups, including locally owned and operated Radio Mankato.

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PICK OF THE LITTER: Jerry And His Pair Tom Need A Home Video included

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Jerrianna Hanson with BENCHS joined KEYC News 12 today with Jerry, this week's Pick of the Litter. Jerry is required to go with his pair, Tom, from the shelter. The fee is $150 for both cats. Both are neutered. Jerrianna says the shelter usually sees bonded pairs such as this about once or twice a month. 

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Cruise Boats Mysteriously Sent Adrift In Duluth Harbor

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Police are investigating who unmoored two huge cruise boats and sent them adrift in the Duluth harbor, which its owners say is not an easy feat for the novice.        

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Mexico Raises Earthquake Death Toll

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   Mexican authorities have raised the death toll from Tuesday's earthquake to 286, with more than half of them in the capital.  

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Iowa Board Refuses To Divulge Secret Meeting To Ombudsman

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An Iowa board responsible for enforcing government transparency has denied the state ombudsman access to an Aug. 25 meeting that open-records advocates say was kept confidential in violation of state law.      

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Several Hundred Gather To Remember Student Killed In Crash

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Several hundred people gathered at the University of St. Thomas campus to mourn the death of a student killed in a car crash that has resulted in criminal charges against her boyfriend.     

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Two Charged In Palo Alto County Trespassing, Theft Incident

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Two people are facing numerous charges after a trespassing incident in Palo Alto County. 

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Council Member Gives Opponent ABC Gum

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A Minneapolis City Council member has given one of her opponents something to chew over - a piece of chewed gum

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Hunter Rescued After 3 Nights Lost in Minnesota Woods

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Hunter rescued after 3 nights lost in Minnesota woods

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Legionnaires' Disease Reported at Maple Grove Senior Center

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Minnesota health officials are investigating two cases of Legionnaires' disease at a suburban Minneapolis senior center

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MVAC Food Hub to Close Video included

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The Minnesota Valley Action Council announces its food hub will be closing for good on October 31st

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Bankers: Rural Economy Continues to Struggle in 10 States

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A new report says low commodity prices and weak farm incomes are continuing to hamper the rural economy in parts of 10 Plains and Midwestern states

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Charges: 'Super Drunk' Minnesota Man Ran From Fatal Crash

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A Minneapolis man who a friend described as "super drunk" is charged in a weekend car crash that killed his 20-year-old girlfriend

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Waseca Still Recovering From Flood Waters Video included

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One year ago today disaster struck Waseca County. Over 14 inches of rain fell in less than 24 hours last September.

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MN GOP Governor Candidates Makes The Rounds In New Ulm Video included

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From left to right: Jeff Johnson, David Osmek, Phillip Parrish

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Martin County West Celebrates 30th Anniversary During Homecoming Video included

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It's homecoming week in Sherburn and this year, they are celebrating three decades of existence while also inviting alumni to come back and visit their old Maverick stomping grounds. .  

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St. Clair Still In Recovery After Flood A Year Ago Video included

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While the post office has been back up and running, the recovery process at the city's water treatment plant is a bit delayed.

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THRIVE: Madison East Mall Walking Campaign Video included

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Madison East Mall is a hot spot for many to get in their exercise by walking laps and socializing with friends. 

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Owatonna Man Enters Guilty Plea in Murder Case Video included

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An Owatonna man enters a guilty plea in connection with a murder in Steele County last year. 

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MIDDAY EXPERT: Manufacturing Industry Booming In Greater Mankato Video included

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Kathryn Reeder with Cambria joined KEYC News 12 this Midday to talk about the recent growth the state's manufacturing industry. 

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Kiss Members Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley Reunite On Stage

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Original Kiss members Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley have reunited for their first public appearance since their group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.    

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Garage Destroyed, Home Severely Damaged By Fire In Rural Estherville

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A home in rural Estherville is severely damaged in a house fire. 

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Pennsylvania Authorities Seek Help In Locating Missing Teen, Could Be In Minnesota

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The West Whiteland Pennsylvania Police Department is asking for assistance in locating Victoria Lynn Grimaldi, 15, of Pennsylvania. 

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Dayton, GOP Head To Private Mediation Over Veto Battle

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Gov. Mark Dayton and top Republican lawmakers are heading into court-ordered mediation.    

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12-Year-Old Ventriloquist Wins 'America's Got Talent'

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A 12-year-old girl is getting a $1 million prize and her own Las Vegas show after taking the ``America's Got Talent'' crown on the season 12 finale of the NBC reality competition.    

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Judge Rejects Couple's Argument For Refusing Gay Customers

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A federal judge has dismissed a legal challenge by the owners of a Minnesota video company who want to shoot weddings for heterosexual couples only.      

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Austin Police Dept: String Of Pet Food Laced With Hazardous Items Continuing

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The Austin Police Department says a string of dangerous incidents that could seriously pets is continuing. 

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Pres. Trump Issues Disaster Declaration In Puerto Rico

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President Donald Trump has approved a disaster declaration for Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria slammed into the U.S. territory.     

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Bloomington OKs Purchase Of Farm Site For World Fair Bid

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A farm near the Mall of America could become the site of a World's Fair event. 

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Officials: Iowa's Budget Won't Prompt Special Session

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State officials say a projected shortfall in Iowa's roughly $7.2 billion budget has shrunk and will not require a special legislative session to fix. 

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Motorcyclist Injured In Highway 22 Crash

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A motorcyclist is injured in an accident yesterday in Blue Earth County. 

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Hansen Joins 1,000 Digs Club Video included

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The Sleepy Eye St. Mary's volleyball team battled the Springfield Tigers Tuesday night. 

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THRIVE: Osteoporosis Video included

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Millions of Americans are dealing with osteoporosis. 

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Players Buzz Hoffner's Head After Win Over Duluth Video included

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The MSU football team improved to 3–0 on the season Saturday, and it also means head coach Todd Hoffner won't be rocking the visor look on the sideline, at least until his hair grows back.

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Knights/Crusaders Clash in Match-Up Between Two New 9-Man Teams Video included

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The Knights are off to an unbeaten, 2-0 start while the Saders were 1-1 after the first two weeks.

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Mavs Fall to #11 Winona State in Home Opener Video included

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The Minnesota State Volleyball team battled the 11th-ranked Winona State Warriors on Thursday night in their home opener. Winona State beat the Mavs in three.

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Johnson Nabs 1,000th Dig in Saints Comeback Win Video included

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St. Peter senior Ellie Johnson nabbed her 1,000th career dig on Thursday night in Fairmont in the Saints 3-2 comeback win over the Cardinals.

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THRIVE: Children Vision Screenings Video included

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Every experience starting at a young age is an opportunity for growth and development.. but if vision isn't up to par, a delay in that can happen. 

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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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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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Minnesota High School Football Polls: Sept 13th Video included

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Minneapolis (AP) The Associated Press state high school football polls for the week of September 13, first-place votes in parentheses, record and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers.                                          

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Hoffner and Bednarski Reflect on MSU's Home Opening Win Video included

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The MSU football team is 2-0 through the first two weeks of play. KEYC News 12 Sports Director, Claire Dau sat down with Maverick head football coach, Todd Hoffner and junior kicker Casey Bednarski, to talk about last Saturday's home opening win over Minnesota-Crookston.

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THRIVE: Wearing Ear Protection Video included

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Noise is one of the most common causes of hearing loss, and one of the most common occupational illnesses in the United States.

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THRIVE: Treating Reoccurring Ear Infections

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Symptoms of an ear infection may include earaches and thick, yellow fluid coming from the ears.

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THRIVER Izzy Lind Running To Battle Anxiety Video included

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Izzy's struggle with anxiety started to impact her life negatively when she entered six grade. 

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THRIVE: Suffering Less From Sinus Infections

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Sinus infections are broken down from acute, subacute and chronic. 

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THRIVE: Healthy Eating Habit Tips Video included

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Getting your child to eat well and enough during meal times can be a struggle for many parents when raising kids.

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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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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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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

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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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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

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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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