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State Launches Ebola Information Line

The Minnesota Department of Health has launched an Ebola Information Line as a service to state residents with questions and concerns about the virus and related protections against the disease.

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Homeless Camps on City Council Agenda

The Rochester City Council recently cracked down on panhandlers in the city. Now, staff is recommending going after homeless people who live in city-owned woods and other property. This would include flood control lands, stormwater facilities and RPU property.

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City Council to Discuss Charter Cable TV Dispute

The Rochester City Council is expected to discuss Monday whether the City Council will go after Charter Communications for violating the terms of its franchise agreement.

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Man Arrested for Bogus Bomb Threat in Mankato

MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — A man has been arrested after Mankato authorities say he falsely reported that he had received a bomb threat regarding the city's marathon.

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Young Boy Drowned in Lake West of Twin Cities

LAKETOWN, Minn. (AP) — The Carver County sheriff's office is investigating the death of 6-year-old boy on Parley Lake.

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Mayo Obtains Temporary Restraining Order Against Former Exec.

An Olmsted County judge has issued a temporary restraining order against a former top Mayo Clinic executive that prevents him from working for a New Jersey firm.

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NOAA: Don’t Expect a Polar Vortex Repeat

The National Weather Service issued its long-range winter weather outlook on Thursday.

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MN Nurses Want More Ebola Preparation

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Nurses Association is calling on hospitals to provide the highest level of protective equipment available for any staff treating Ebola patients.

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New Billboards for Jacob Wetterling Abduction Anniversary

ST. CLOUD — As the 25 year anniversary of Jacob Wetterling’s abduction nears, a new billboard campaign is underway to keep the spotlight on Jacob’s case.

A joint news conference announcing the initiative was held in St

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Deputy Found Thousands of $ Blowing in Wind

STEARNS COUNTY – A Stearns County deputy found a large amount of lost cash and returned it to its owner during the weekend.

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