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<span style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">New Prague Farm Owners Claim New Power Lines Threaten Milk Supply</span>

The owners of hundreds of New Prague cows, say the new power lines overhead are threatening their milk supply. On Thursday they're looking for help in a Scott County court room.

"I always joked the only way you're going to get me out of this house is the undertaker or the nursing home," said David Minar, owner of Cedar Summit Farm.

Mosquito Control Helicopters Begin Treating Problem Sites in Metro

Before mosquitos have time to hatch, help is on the way for Minnesotans.

The Metropolitan Mosquito Control District began helicopter treatments on Tuesday. The state is home to over 50 different mosquito species. The helicopters will treat around 1,500 acres of large breeding sites to prevent larvae from growing into biting adults.

Allina Health Bans Water Births Following Newly-Released Medical Opinion

The hospital system in Minnesota that says it delivers the most babies every year, will no longer have water births as an option for expectant moms. Allina Health made that decision Friday; it bans the increasingly popular delivery option at all its locations. 

Savage to Decide on 43-Foot Scoreboard for Prior Lake High School

The current Prior Lake High School scoreboard - Photo: Dan Patch Society

The city of Savage is set to decide Monday if Prior Lake High School will receive a new 43-foot tall scoreboard for its football field.

Met Council Seeks Public Input for Long-Range Transportation Plan

The Metropolitan Council is updating the Twin Cities' long-range Transportation Policy Plan to accommodate an expected population increase and it's asking for residents to give their input.

Shutterfly Hosts Job Fair to Staff New Shakopee Facility

Job hunters have a chance to work for Shutterfly Inc. Starting Tuesday, the Internet image publishing company is hosting a two-day hiring event to staff its new manufacturing facility in Shakopee.

The job fair will focus on manufacturing, printing and warehousing roles; Shutterfly will hire other skill sets like customer service this summer.

Authorities Warn about Jury Duty Phone Scam

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Minnesota judicial officials are warning of a phone scam that involves jury duty.
Residents in Olmsted, Rice, Dakota and Ramsey counties have reported getting phone messages saying they had failed to return a jury summons. The message asks for a return call. When the call is returned, someone named Angel answers the phone and asks probing questions.