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Man Arrested in Stabbing of UMD Running Back

A 23-year-old Duluth man has been arrested in the stabbing of a University of Minnesota Duluth running back.

WDIO-TV reports the suspect is being held in the St. Louis County Jail on a second-degree assault charge in last month's stabbing of Austin Sikorski. The suspect was arrested Friday.

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Cone Zone: Changes along Highway 10 in Central Minnesota

If your drive takes you to Central Minnesota this weekend, you’ll want to know about some changes along Highway 10.

In the city of Rice, crews are closing the median along Highway 10 at County Road 31. The one-day closure on Saturday, Sept. 6, lasts from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Follow the posted detour to County Road 2.

Minnesota Farmers Plan Ahead Dealing with Possible Propane Shortage

The seasons are changing, and some farmers are trying to be better prepared for heating as we head into the colder months.

They're trying to avoid that huge propane problem they experienced last winter, when a shortage led to sky high prices.

Former Mankato Football Player Isaac Kolstad Returns to Field

Isaac Kolstad leads the team onto the field. - Photo: KSTP/File

A former Minnesota State, Mankato football player who was gravely injured in a nightclub district attack has led the Mavericks onto the field for the team's opener.

Isaac Kolstad returned to Mankato for Thursday night's game against rival St. Cloud State.

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2 Arrested in Separate Gun Incidents in St. Cloud

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A 17-year-old from St. Cloud was arrested after police received a gun complaint Thursday, and while police were investigating that incident another man was arrested in an unrelated incident.

Rural Districts See Drop in Teacher Applications

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School officials in Minnesota's rural districts say they've noticed a decline in applications for teaching jobs.
The Stephen-Argyle district's superintendent tells Minnesota Public Radio News that only eight people applied for a job for the fall. He says ten years ago, the rural, northwest district would have received between 80 and 100.

Winona Gymnastic Center a 'Total Loss' after Fire

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A gymnastics training facility in downtown Winona was engulfed in flames around midday Thursday. The flames from the fire could be seen from blocks away.