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Ebola virus takes personal toll on Minnesota families of victims

While governmental and public agencies scramble to design and implement a plan for Ebola, Minnesotans with ties to the region are forced to deal with their own personal tragedies perpetrated by the deadly virus.

Helmet, luck save tree trimmer's life after 57-foot fall

He has six broken ribs, a possible neck fracture, a fractured sternum, a broken arm and a lacerated liver and spleen, but tree trimmer Eden Hanson considers himself one lucky man.

Barred from performing marriages, atheist group sues Washington Co.

A lawsuit asking for atheists to be given the same rights as religious organizations to perform marriage ceremonies has been filed against Washington County.

Chicken check-in: Entree sickens 6 Minnesotans – any in your freezer?

A raw, frozen chicken entree that is widely available in many grocery chain supermarkets has apparently sickened at least six Minnesotans. The Minnesota Department of Health says the product is Antioch Farms brand A La Kiev raw stuffed chicken breast.

Hollywood in Hendricks: Litttle town's big fight to re-open old movie theater

It's a heartwarming story straight out of Hollywood, of a community seeking to revitalize a tiny town fighting for its existence by rebuilding their local movie theater, which closed 40 years ago. It's happening in the small western Minnesota town of Hendricks.

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