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Minnesota Student Remains in Coma after Long Fall

A Minnesota State University student remains in a coma in Milwaukee, weeks after he fell from a parking ramp after a night of drinking.

A Mankato Free Press report says heartbroken family and friends are still trying to piece together the circumstances of that night.

New Initiatives in Place for Students Heading Back to School

Many students across the state will head back to school Tuesday, and children and parents might notice new changes this year.

Here are some new initiatives in place this year:

All-Day Kindergarten

$2.2M Wind Turbine at Veterans Affairs Site Idle

A $2.2 million wind turbine at a Department of Veterans Affairs facility in St. Cloud remains broken, and a series of repairs has been ineffective.
A St. Cloud Times report says there have been similar issues with wind turbines at VA facilities in two other states.

Authorities Across Minn. Step Up 'Move Over' Enforcement

Authorities across Minnesota are stepping up enforcement of Minnesota's "move over" law this weekend.
Sunday marks the 14th anniversary of the death of Trooper Ted Foss of Winona. Foss was making a traffic stop on Interstate 90 when he was hit by a passing vehicle and killed on Aug. 31, 2000.

Hibbing Man Charged in 2012 Death of 2-Year-Old Girl

Twenty-six-year-old Russell Shannon Johnson - Photo: St. Louis County Sheriff's Office

Authorities say a Hibbing man has been charged in the 2012 death of his former girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter.

Weekend Box Office: 'As Above, So Below' and 'November Man'

Casey Messer, host of The Reelz Show, gives you a preview of what's hot at the box office this weekend. This week, we travel deep below Paris, and an ex-CIA officer looks a lot like James Bond.

"As Above, So Below"

St. Cloud State Faces a Potential $10M Deficit

St. Cloud State University is facing a maximum budget deficit of $10 million due to low enrollment.
The St. Cloud Times reports the university has seen student enrollment decline for the past four years. Enrollment could've fallen as much 5 percent this fall, but university officials won't know until the end of the month.