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State trooper faces felony charges in Rochester crash. Duluth pitches new misdemeanors

Olmsted County prosecutors have charged a Minnesota state trooper with manslaughter and criminal vehicular homicide in connection with a fatal crash in Rochester. And Duluth officials want to create several new misdemeanor-level crimes in the city, including a ban on camping on city property.

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Minnesota state trooper faces multiple felony charges after fatal Rochester crash

Duluth officials propose criminalizing public encampments, smoking in the skyway

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