SLAYTON - A rural Fulda man who was charged last year for filing false income tax returns and earlier this year for theft by swindle and fraud will make a first appearance in Murray County District Court today on more felony charges. Philip Kramer, age 39, of Fulda, will appear on 10 felony counts that include aiding and abetting arson, racketeering, coercion, theft by swindle and more.
SLAYTON - In a letter to parents from Murray County Central Superintendent Joe Meyer, he reported that as of the snow day February 20, there were seven school days that needed to be made up.
WORTHINGTON - A 76-year-old Brewster man who has owned Jim's Amoco for decades is facing multiple charges in Nobles County District Court for nonconsensual sexual contact with at least six victims - one of whom was 14 years old at the time.
Justine talks with US Sen. Tina Smith about new legislation to help veterans who helped clean up nuclear testing sites in the late 70s. Smith said the new legislation covers a loophole in the 1990 Radiation Exposure Compensation Act.
WORTHINGTON - The Worthington City Council is taking a look at the regulation of ATVs on city streets. The first reading of an ordinance was approved Monday night.