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"Double political hostage" situation endangers bonding bill in upcoming special sessionChances aren't very good for lawmakers to pass a bonding bill for state public works projects during next week's second special session, because Republicans and Democrats are both holding that legislation hostage — for different reasons.

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Repubs, Dems going different directions on police reform as second special session loomsWhy did police and the Walz administration not* stop protesters from toppling the statue of Christopher Columbus at the State Capitol?

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Coalition Demands Black Lives Matter Arrests Be DismissedCoalition Demands Black Lives Matter Arrests Be Dismissed CINCINNATI - There are new demands that the City of Cincinnati drop the charges against hundreds of people arrested during racial-injustice protests.

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CA Sues Feds to Protect CARES Act Public School FundsCalifornia, four other states and Washington, D.C., are.

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Survey: NYers Support Conservation for Post-COVID RecoverySurvey: NYers Support Conservation for Post-COVID Recovery NEW YORK - Seven in 10 New York voters believe that recovering from the economic impact of the COVID pandemic is an opportunity to take on future challenges such as climate change, according to The Nature Conservancy, it shows broad support for environmental initiatives such as making...

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Legal Debate Swirls Around Calls for Mask Mandate in IALegal Debate Swirls Around Calls for Mask Mandate in IA MUSCATINE, Iowa - With COVID-19 cases flaring up in many parts of the country, there's a movement among local governments to issue mask mandates.

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Unemployment Fraud During Crisis Hinders Process for Legit ClaimsUnemployment Fraud During Crisis Hinders Process for Legit Claims PIERRE, S.D. - The COVID-19 crisis has produced a number of other serious issues, and one is higher cases of unemployment fraud.

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Border-Wall Project Could Block San Pedro RiverConservation groups say the federal government is building a stretch of the border wall that could block the San Pedro River, where it flows north from Mexico into Arizona.

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Nevada Lawmakers Meet to Tackle Coronavirus Budget WoesNevada Lawmakers Meet to Tackle Coronavirus Budget Woes LAS VEGAS - Nevada lawmakers meet starting today to address unprecedented budget shortfalls, one day after the state recorded its highest increase in COVID-19 than 850 new virus cases were reported on Monday.

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922: Secret AvocadoA former journalist accuses the Star Tribune opinion section of bias against the Minneapolis city council.

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American Red Cross Offering Free Antibody TestingAmerican Red Cross is now offering a free service for everyone who donates blood. They will be testing the blood of everyone who donates for Covid-19 antibodies.

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Clay County Health Department Debunking False Anti-Mask InformationAs businesses continue to reopen, Clay County Health Department is reminding people you still need to wear masks and social distance.

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Cass-Traill Advances to Impact League Semifinals With Win Over KindredKINDRED, N.D. — Cass-Traill beat Kindred in a high scoring 19-11 affair to advance on to the Impact Softball League semifinals.

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North Dakota oil producers face declining oil economyThe North Dakota oil industry has faced crisis after crisis in 2020. A federal judge's latest order to suspend the service of the Dakota Access Pipeline is the latest.

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Goldeyes Win Home Opener Against RedHawksFARGO, N.D. — The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks had their first game as the visitor at Newman Outdoor Field against the Winnipeg Goldeyes.

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OneFargo Says It Has Evidence Contradicting Statements Made During Osmundson investigationOne Fargo released texts messages they say come from an open records request involving Fargo Police.

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Missing: Brooklyn Park Police Searching For Scott Hansen, Who Suffers From DementiaBrooklyn Park police are searching for a missing man in his 60s who suffers from dementia.

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Cub Foods To Open 2 Pop-Up Tent Locations To Fight Food Deserts After George Floyd UnrestTwo Minneapolis grocery stores damaged in the riots following George Floyd's death in late May will reopen to help communities struggling with access to fresh groceries.

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What Are Schools Doing To Plan For Fall Classes?On Tuesday, Gov. Tim Walz said the state's goal was to get as many students as possible back in to the classroom buildings in a safe way this fall.

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International Students may face Deportation in new ICE GuidelinesA new regulation from Immigration and Customs Enforcement is threatening the status of international students attending U.S. universities.

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Twin Cities Catholic schools make plans to return to in-person classes this fallThe Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis is recommending that students return to in-person classes this fall amid the pandemic.

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Community Members Discuss How They Came Together To Search For Wheaton ManThe body was sent for an autopsy and results are expected to be known sometime this week.

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Minnesota Catholic schools make plans to return to classes this fallThe Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis is recommending that students return to in-person classes this fall amid the pandemic.

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Twins pitcher Rich Hill happy to be back on the moundHill was originally scheduled to join the Twins' rotation in early June. Now, he's on track to be a member of the rotation when the season begins in late July, barring any potential setbacks.

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Minnesota cities set their own mask rules to fight COVID-19Elected officials say requiring cloth masks while in public is an easy and safe to way prevent spread of the coronavirus.

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E. Coli Closes Beaches At Two Minneapolis LakesBad bacteria is shutting down some popular beaches in Minneapolis.

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Ask a Trooper: Minnesota law enforcement targeting speedersQuestion: I have heard speeding over 100 mph has increased. What is the State Patrol doing about this problem?

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Woman Shot Near East Phillips Park Basketball Court In MinneapolisPolice are investigating after a 30-year-old woman was shot at a park in south Minneapolis.

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In risky bid, Trump stokes racial rancor to motivate votersNEW YORK — President Donald Trump is wielding America's racial tensions as a reelection weapon, fiercely denouncing the racial justice movement on a near-daily basis with language...

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Twins planning for five-man rotation despite short ramp-up timeMINNEAPOLIS — Twins pitching coach Wes Johnson expects the team to roll with a five-man rotation when they begin their truncated 60-game season later this month.

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U to help international students comply with ICE directiveThe University of Minnesota is reviewing its fall semester plans to make sure that international students aren't forced to leave the country under new guidance from federal immigration authorities....

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College sports: UMD sports will stick to NSIC games this fallAfter the NCAA Division II Presidents Council announced in May that the maximum number of games in 2020-21 would be reduced for safety and financial reasons relating to COVID-19, leagues such as the NSIC followed suit.

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Fatally shot Minneapolis pregnant woman ID'dAuthorities in Minneapolis have released the name of a pregnant shooting victim who was pronounced dead after her baby was delivered.

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Twins planning for five-man rotation despite short ramp-up timeTwins pitching coach Wes Johnson expects the team to roll with a five-man rotation when they begin their truncated 60-game season later this month.

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Hesitation dribble: Minnesota AAU basketball stars weigh risk/reward of recruiting exposure in the COVID-19 eraD1 Minnesota and others are filled with college prospects once again, as games finally resume.

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Why is this such a stormy time of year in Minnesota?If it's felt extra stormy across Minnesota in recent weeks, you're not alone. Several rounds of showers and storms have targeted Minnesota in recent weeks, but if you've lived her...

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Moose Lake nurses allege Essentia will disregard contract in hospital takeoverEssentia Health denies the claim, saying it will start negations for a collective bargaining agreement.

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Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits postponed to 2021 amid coronavirus pandemic, per reportWithout fans able to attend the U.S.-hosted Ryder Cup, one of golf's great events will be pushed back 12 months.

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Andrew Jackson statue loses status in city named for himJACKSON, Miss. — A Mississippi city named after former U.S. President Andrew Jackson will remove a downtown statue of him and put it in a less prominent spot.

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How One Minnesota Man Caught A Lifetime's Worth Of Fish On Lake Of The Woods"I know I caught well over 60 fish over 25 inches. And probably 150 to 200 walleyes total," TJ Harig said.

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Feds unseal 2018 indictment charging Kazakh man in hacksSEATTLE — Two weeks after a cyber-security firm released the identity of an alleged hacker from Kazakhstan, federal authorities in Seattle have unsealed a 2018 indictment charging the man with an array of computer crimes.

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Level III predatory offender to be released in Duluth on MondayAccording to the Duluth Police Department, a Level III predatory offender is scheduled to be released in Duluth on Monday.

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Federal charges filed for 7 protesters in Portland, OregonPORTLAND, Ore. — The U.S. Attorney in Oregon announced federal charges Tuesday against seven protesters accused in court papers of defacing a federal courthouse and assaulting federal officers during protests in Portland, Oregon against racial injustice and police brutality.

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Brazil's President Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirusRIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro says he has tested positive for the new coronavirus after months of downplaying the virus' severity.

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Trump pushes state, local leaders to reopen schools in fallPresident Donald Trump on Tuesday launched an all-out effort pressing state and local officials to reopen schools this fall, arguing that some are keeping schools closed not because of the risks fr...

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Columbus woman receiving notices from Minnesota unemployment suspects fraudAn East Columbus woman is now on Minnesota's unemployment payroll; problem is, she's never even been to the state, let alone applied for the benefits.

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Trump pushes state, local leaders to reopen schools in fallPresident Donald Trump is launching an all-out effort to press state and local officials to reopen schools this fall.

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Civil rights groups denounce Facebook over hate speechFacebook keeps telling critics that it is doing everything it can to rid its service of hate, abuse and misinformation.

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Minnesota's 30 Days of Prayer seeks spiritual insights into police, political problems30 Days of Prayer encourages people to grieve "multiple layers of trauma."

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Sons of ex-Panama president held in Guatemala on US chargesGUATEMALA CITY — Two sons of former Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli will be held in jail in Guatemala pending hearings Friday as the U.S. government seeks their extradition for their alleged role in a bribery and money laundering scheme.

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University of Minnesota To Help International Students Comply With ICE DirectiveThe University of Minnesota is reviewing its fall semester plans to make sure that international students aren't forced to leave the country under new guidance from federal immigration authorities.

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Correctional officers of color who say they were segregated from Derek Chauvin: Why isn't Ramsey Co. jail superintendent on leave?The Ramsey County Jail superintendent who made the decision that correctional officers of color could not interact with the former Minneapolis police officer charged with murder in the George Floyd...

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St. Paul Saints settling into temporary digs in Sioux FallsBrian Glowicki woke up on Tuesday morning nearly 250 miles from home. He rolled out of bed, put on his mask, and drove a couple of miles away to grab a bite at a nearby diner.

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Fox's Carlson criticized for saying Democrats hate AmericaNEW YORK — Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson is drawing heat for a sharp commentary that said Democrats should be disqualified from running the country because they despise it.

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Lois Riess pleads not guilty to husband's slayingA southern Minnesota woman convicted of killing a woman in Florida to assume her identity pleaded not guilty before a judge in her home state Tuesday in her husband's 2018 slaying.

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FBI investigates reported assault on Black man as hate crimeINDIANAPOLIS — An attorney says the FBI is investigating as a hate crime the assault of a Black man by a group of white men at a southern Indiana lake.

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Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefitsWASHINGTON — Newly released government data show at least a dozen lawmakers have ties to organizations that received federal coronavirus aid.

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Excavations to resume for 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre gravesTULSA, Okla. — Tulsa officials announced that the city will resume test excavations of potential unmarked graves from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre after the effort was halted in March because of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Faces Of COVID-19: 63-Year-Old Single Mother Of 6 Remembered By Children After Battling CoronavirusA 63-year-old mother and grandmother gone from COVID-19. WCCO begins an ongoing series, sharing the stories of some of the people lost in Minnesota and western Wisconsin to the pandemic.

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Veale column: Duluth should consider public golf with private ownersEven in the midst of a pandemic, there is joy to be found in a Duluth summer.

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Protective gear for medical workers begins to run low againThe personal protective gear that was in dangerously short supply during the early weeks of the coronavirus crisis in the U.S. is running low again.

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Photos: Riding on the waterOn a warm and humid Tuesday morning July 7, Breanna Archer and Jenna Horvat, both of Duluth, load their personal watercraft into the water at the Rice's Point Access, under the Blatnik Bridge in the Duluth-Superior Harbor.

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Motorists can expect lane closures on Blatnik BridgeInspections were underway on the John A. Blatnik Bridge on Tuesday morning, July 7.

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Minnesota universities scrambling after ICE issues new rule impacting international studentsA new rule issued by U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement has the potential of sending many internatonal college students back home.

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Reader's View: Dangerous times require wise wordsGood will toward everyone, compassion for everyone, joy in the happiness and success of others, and equanimity: these four sublime attitudes are "the great removers of tension, the great peace-makers in social conflict, and the great healers of wounds suffered in the struggle of existence," the scholar-monk Nyanaponika Thera wrote in 1958.

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Running: Options announced for Park Point 5-MilerGrandma's Marathon has released its options for doing the 49th annual Park Point 5-Miler and 2-Mile Walk after consulting with its medical director and the city of Duluth.

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The Minnesota Senate should not be for sale to extremist anti-choice groupsSenate Republicans quietly met to pass a resolution to hire an outside law firm.

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Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of presidentNEW YORK — President Donald Trump's niece offers a scathing portrayal of her uncle in a new book, blaming a toxic family for raising a narcissistic, damaged man who poses an immedi...

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'It Is Time To Stand Up In This City': Twin Cities Citizens Speak Against Dismantling The PoliceA panel of African-American violence prevention advocates held what they call an emergency news conference to speak against the city council's push to dismantle the police department.

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Serbs protest reintroduction of virus lockdown measuresBELGRADE, Serbia — Thousands of people are protesting the Serbian president's announcement that a lockdown will be reintroduced after the Balkan country reported its highest single-day death toll from the coronavirus.

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Minnesota headed for another special session next weekST. PAUL, Minn. - Gov. Tim Walz is prepared to call Minnesota lawmakers into a special session that would begin Monday.

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At least 8 Mississippi lawmakers test positive for COVID-19JACKSON, Miss. — At least eight Mississippi lawmakers have tested positive for the coronavirus after working several weeks in a Capitol where many people stood or sat close together and...

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PPP Bill Author Rep. Angie Craig: More Money Will Get To Small BusinessesAnother round of $130 billion of loan money is available to help small businesses during the pandemic.

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People Are Being Duped By Pomeranian Dog ScamFARGO, N.D. — They are cute but the scam being run involving Pomeranian dogs is not cute at all.

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College sports: MCAC cancels fall seasonsClay target shooting and golf will be only sports allowed.

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Lynx take high road as peers complain about conditions inside WNBA bubbleAs a host of WNBA players arrived at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., this week, reports of poor conditions started to surface on social media.

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COVID-19 cases among kids in Edina are increasing 'rapidly'"If we want our kids to go back to school in the fall, we've got to keep them practicing these important habits," Edina Mayor Jim Hovland said.

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Most St. Louis County COVID cases located in DuluthCounty health experts warn that it's still possible to contract the virus in rural communities.

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Minnesota courts to require facemasks to reduce the spread of coronavirusThe move comes as court officials begin holding more in-person hearings.

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Duluth police locate suspect in hit-and-runAfter seeking the the public's help in identifying a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run crash Tuesday on the 200 block of West Fourth Street, the Duluth Police Department has since located the suspect involved in the incident.

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Cumulative Mower County COVID-19 cases at 960The Minnesota Department of Health on Tuesday reported an additional eight confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Mower County, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county to 960 since March 19.

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Riess pleads not guilty to 2018 murder of her husbandLois Riess made her first appearance in a Minnesota Court Tuesday morning on charges that she murdered her husband in March 2018.

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Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of presidentNEW YORK — President Donald Trump's niece offers a scathing portrayal of her uncle in a new book.

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Milaca Tax Preparer's 2-Year Prison Sentence StayedAfter a judge stayed her sentence, Halgren will face five years of supervised probation. In addition, she has to repay more than $24,000 in fines and restitution and complete community service.

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Minnesota courts to require facemasks to reduce the spread of coronavirusThe move comes as court officials begin holding more in-person hearings.

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Forecast: 2 rounds of severe weather possible WednesdayTwo rounds of severe weather are possible across Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin on Wednesday, according to a news release from the National Weather Service Duluth.

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New pockets of illness as Minnesota mulls mask ordinanceDespite weak data, state epidemiologist "concerned" about price, bullish on need for remdesivir.

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Drug overdose deaths increased by 20 percent in MN last year after declining in 2018Preliminary data show a substantial increase in overdose deaths, especially among synthetic opioids and psychostimulant drugs.

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COVID-19 cases among Minnesota children and young people surged in JuneCOVID-19 cases among children and young people increased sharply in the month of June, the Minnesota Department of Health data says.

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Response from Minnesota to Donald Simson's Letter to the EditorA Minnesota resident says he had never heard about The Villages until President Trump's re-tweet of the "white power" chant at a golf cart rally.

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Cass County Sheriff's Office receives grant for Officer Safety and Wellness ProjectThe DOJ Office of Community Oriented Policing Services is awarding microgrants to agencies across the United States as a way to develop local, state and tribal law enforcement agencies.

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Black Lives Matter protesters face rare leak charge in IowaIOWA CITY, Iowa — Prosecutors in Iowa have filed a rarely used leak charge against a Black Lives Matter protester accused of stealing a confidential police document and another who allegedly displayed it during a TV news broadcast.

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15 new COVID-19 cases in St. Louis County— the largest single-day increase yetCostco expresses renewed interest in Duluth store more than a month after canceling purchase agreement for site.

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Dane County Becomes Wisconsin's First Community To Require Face MasksAll Dane County residents will be required to wear masks when indoors, except at their own home, under the first order of its kind issued Tuesday in Wisconsin as cases of COVID-19 are rising in the state, particularly among young adults.

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Otto Bremer Trust preparing for second phase of emergency grants, loansST. PAUL - The Otto Bremer Trust has announced the second phase of a $50 million emergency fund supporting organizations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Retailers urge governors to make masks mandatory in stores and public spacesGov. Tim Walz is on the receiving end of a letter from the Retail Industry Leaders Association that urges him and every governor in the U.S. to make wearing a face mask mandatory in stores and public spaces.

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Edina Mayor Says COVID-19 Cases Increasing Rapidly Among Youth, Urges CautionEdina Mayor Jim Hovland says COVID-19 cases among youth are increasing rapidly and is urging young people to be careful during the pandemic.

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Florida Killer Lois Riess Pleads Not Guilty To Husband's SlayingA southern Minnesota woman convicted of killing a woman in Florida to assume her identity pleaded not guilty before a judge in her home state Tuesday in her husband's 2018 slaying.

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Walz moves $56.6 million in coronavirus relief to MN child care providersThousands of Minnesota child care providers will be eligible for federal grant funds to offset the cost of guarding kids and staff against the coronavirus, Gov.

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CHUM's annual backpack drive for Duluth children seeks online donationsDuluth News Tribune your best local source for news, sports, and weather in the Duluth Area.

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MN lawmakers to return Monday to St. Paul to take up unfinished workMinnesota lawmakers will return for another special legislative session on Monday to weigh an extension of the state's peacetime emergency to combat the coronavirus, consider a bill to fund public construction projects and potentially compromise on police policy bills.

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Lawmakers to return Monday to St. Paul to take up unfinished work, divisions remainGov. Tim Walz said he would ask them to take up a bonding bill, police reforms and COVID-19 prevention efforts.

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Two severe storm waves likely in Minnesota Tuesday and WednesdayForecast models suggest two likely storm waves across the Upper Midwest tonight and Wednesday. The stronger storms may pack damaging winds and large hail.

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning From Tue 2:23 Pm Cdt Until Tue 3:15 Pm CdtHouston County in southeastern Minnesota... Southeastern Fillmore County in southeastern Minnesota...

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Venezuela high court orders takeover of Guaido's partyCARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuela's government-stacked Supreme Court has ordered the takeover of one of the nation's most prominent parties, the one to which opposition leader Juan Guaidó belongs.

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Video shows facility staff restraining Black teen who diedSurveillance video shows at least seven men restraining a Black teenager who later died at a youth facility in Michigan.

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The spirit of rebellion demonstrated in Minnesota during the George Floyd protests is part of our collective history of dissentTechnology has helped bring far-flung people together: The world is marching in unison through a common Black Lives Matter banner.

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University of Minnesota faculty receive Abbott Professorships to introduce prospective students to STEMThe Institute for Engineering in Medicine at the University of Minnesota has named Rhonda Franklin and Chris Pennell as the inaugural recipients of the IEM Abbott Professorships in Innovative Education.

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Corps decreasing water flowing into lower Missouri RiverOMAHA, Neb. — The amount of water being released into the Missouri River from a dam on the Nebraska-South Dakota border is being decreased because less water is expected to flow into the river this year.

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US general skeptical that bounties led to troops' deathsWASHINGTON — The top U.S. general for the Middle East says the intelligence suggesting that Russia may have paid Taliban militants to kill American troops in Afghanistan was worrisome, but he is not convinced that any bounties resulted in U.S. military deaths.

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2 Men Sentenced To 7 Years In Prison After Assaulting State Trooper In 2018Two men have been sentenced to at least seven years in prison after assaulting a Minnesota State Patrol trooper in December of 2018.

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A Judge's View: No denying the lingering impacts of historical traumaIn the history of the United States, certain groups of people have been subjected to horrible treatment.

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Things we like: Big Daddy's Breakfast BurgerI poured a small cup of syrup over my half of the sandwich. It seeped in, and I took my first bite.

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CHUM to reopen West Duluth food shelf locationAfter shutting down in March due to the pandemic, CHUM plans to reopen its West Duluth food shelf location Monday using a drive-thru model.

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There's now a $50K reward for information on arsons at Minneapolis Post OfficesUSPIS is seeking information on two men believed to be involved with one of the fires.

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Minnesota Legislature Headed For Another Special Session Next WeekST. PAUL, Minn. - Gov. Tim Walz is prepared to call Minnesota lawmakers into a special session that would begin Monday.

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Dems say Repubs unwilling to compromise on police reforms as second special session loomsDemocrats at the State Capitol say Republicans are not willing to discuss compromise police reform legislation as lawmakers get ready for another special session likely next week.

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Alumna Spotlight: Erin HornErin. Horn played for the Golden Gophers from 2001-04 and was a part of a Big Ten Championship and two Final Four teams.

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Lookalike killer Lois Riess pleads not guilty to husband's murder in MinnesotaShe is charged with killing her husband, David, in the couple's Blooming Prairie home in 2018.

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'It's Either Death By Cop Or A Court Date': Gerald Bolster Charged With Threatening Police In Hastings StandoffThe man at the center of last week's 15-hour standoff in Hastings is accused of threatening to kill police officers and blow up the trailer he was inside with two children.

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SCTCC Cyclones Athletics on HoldAccording to a press release from SCTCC, in coordination with member colleges in the Minnesota Colleges Athletic Conference, the athletics season is on hold through the fall 2020 semester due to COVID-19.

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Minnesota headed for another special session next weekST. PAUL, Minn. - Gov. Tim Walz is prepared to call Minnesota lawmakers into a special session that would begin Monday.

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Austin Utilities issues peak alertAustin Utilities has issued a peak alert and asks people to voluntarily reduce electrical use until around 8 p.m.

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Teen sentenced to 22 years in prison for fatally shooting man in NE MinneapolisA hearing will determine whether his then-15-year-old accomplice will move to adult court.

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Sheriff: Squad Car Collides With Motorcycle During Pursuit In Pope Co.Authorities in Pope County say a Starbuck patrol car collided with a motorcycle during a pursuit Saturday evening.

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St. Cloud VA Medical Center Gradually Increasing Face to Face VisitsBarry Venable is the Public Affairs Officer with the St. Cloud VA Medical Center and says their main goal is keeping their population of 39,000 veterans as safe as possible.

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Wisconsin Won't Name Businesses With Multiple COVID-19 CasesThe Wisconsin Department of Health Services is retreating from its original plans to name businesses and other places where there have been at least two confirmed cases of the coronavirus after businesses groups and Republican lawmakers opposed the idea.

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200K loan helped Minn. Senate president's business hang onA more than century-old scrap metal business owned by the Minnesota Senate president was among hundreds of thousands of businesses nationwide to get a boost from the Treasury Department's Payroll Protection Program.

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The Fargo Arts and Culture Commission seeks artists for new water towerThe water tower is located near 7th Avenue and University Drive North. The artist or team of artists are asked to create a design in line with the theme of "community." The ACC says, "The ideal design will..."

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Duluth, county asked to pony up $2 million in aid for proposed CostcoThe project will require more than $2 million in public infrastructure improvements.

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Third Times the CharmFalen is tired because the baby is sucking the life out of her and Steve-O maybe went a little too far.

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Minnesota's 30 Days of Prayer seeks spiritual insights into police, political problemsEvery morning this month, a quiet ritual unfolds inside a large white tent in the parking lot of a north Minneapolis strip mall marked by boarded-up businesses.

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Minnesota Modern Art Prints Just $3.49!Share your love of your home state with this Minnesota Modern Art Print! Choose from two different sizes at the same price - just $3.49!

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Gov. Walz announces $56.6 million proposal for emergency child care grantsPeggy Flanagan announced their $56.6 million Coronavirus Relief Fund proposal that will support child care providers on Tuesday.

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'They Care For Our Littlest Minnesotans': Gov., Lt. Gov. Announce $56.6M Proposal To Help Child Care Centers During PandemicGov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan have announced a plan to distribute tens of millions of dollars to child care providers.

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10-year-old girl missing in western Wisconsin found deadDutcher was reported missing around 5:40 p.m. Monday, with officers responding to an apartment on the 1100 block of 12th St. where the girl's mother suggested that she "threatened self-harm," Baraboo PD said in a release.

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Minnesota Children's Museum to reopen on Aug. 1The Minnesota Children's Museum is planning to reopen on Aug. 1 after a three-month closure due to.

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Doctors Deliver Baby After Pregnant Woman Is Fatally Shot In South MinneapolisThe Minneapolis Police Department says the shooting happened shortly after 9 p.m. at the intersection of 37th Street and Elliot Avenue - just a block from the George Floyd memorial site.

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Thinking Green: Radiant HeatingBelieve it or not, someday soon we will get to the point where we're going to want to turn the heat back on at night.

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Minnesota borrowed $11.2B in emergency loans through pandemic relief programST. PAUL — Minnesota employers affected by the coronavirus pandemic sought roughly $11.2 billion in federal emergency loans to stay afloat, according to figures released Monday, July 6, by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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91 New COVID-19 Cases Diagnosed in Five County AreaStearns, Benton, Sherburne, Morrison and Wright Counties all saw increases.

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Your Man on the Ground in Staples, MinnesotaGetty I am presently away from New Orleans, engaged in an annual summer tradition, a 4th of July gathering of my partner's extended family in the faraway idylls of central Minnesota.

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Decorah couple survive plane crash in MinnesotaThe FAA is investigating a single-engine plane crash near a Minnesota airport involving a Winneshiek County couple.

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Minn. Orchestra Cancels Full-Orchestra Concerts Through Early Sept., Will Have Smaller Live Concerts At Peavey PlazaThe Minnesota Orchestra is canceling all full-orchestra concerts through early September, but is beginning a process of bringing back smaller live concerts.

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Walz moves $56.6 million in COVID-19 relief funding to Minnesota child care providersThe governor said the grants could help providers build up resources to prevent the coronavirus' spread.

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Waite Park Police Investigating Shots Fired July 4thPolice say they responded to a gunshots complaint on the 100 block 4th Avenue North at 9:52 p.m.

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Trump protester at Mount Rushmore charged with felony released from jailRAPID CITY, S.D. — A leader of a Rapid City-based indigenous rights advocacy organization who was arrested during a protest near Mount Rushmore on Friday, July 3, has been released from jail after posting bail, according to court documents.

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North Dakota reports 52 new COVID-19 cases and 4 deaths TuesdayCASS COUNTY, N.D.-The North Dakota Department of Health reports 52 new COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths Tuesday.

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Walz moves $56.6 million in COVID-19 relief funding to Minnesota child care providersThe governor said the grants could help providers build up resources to prevent the coronavirus' spread.

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Brazil's President Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said Tuesday he has tested positive for COVID-19 after months of downplaying the virus' severity.

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COVID-19 in Minnesota: MDH reports 569 new cases, 3 additional deathsAccording to MDH, 4,252 total cases have required hospitalization and 34,377 patients no longer need to be isolated...

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Tuesday coronavirus update: 3 more MN deaths, 569 new casesThe death toll in Minnesota from COVID-19 reached 1,477 on Tuesday, with an additional three deaths.

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Here is Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Tuesday, July 7Tuesday's COVID-19 situation report from the Minnesota Department of Health shows that 564 patients tested positive for the novel coronavirus in the latest reporting period, which began Sunday at 4 p.m.

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A look inside AAU basketball in MinnesotaHere are some of the top players with Minnesota connections.

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COVID-19 Cases Rise By 569; 3 Additional Deaths ReportedThe Minnesota Department of Health has announced 569 new COVID-19 cases and three more deaths Tuesday.

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Western Lake Superior Habitat for Humanity seeks older people in need of home repairsWestern Lake Superior Habitat for Humanity's Age in Place program is seeking home repair applicants from Carlton, St. Louis, Lake and Douglas counties.

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Body found in Mustinka River near WheatonThe discovery raises questions about Terry McCoy's disappearance last month.

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MN Medical Board Investigating Repub. Senator for COVID-19 CommentsSenator Jensen, a practicing physician, is under investigation from the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice for his public comments on coronavirus.

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Where to get help in the NorthlandThis list includes resources where people can get help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check back for updates.

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How to help in the NorthlandThis list includes ways the public can help area organizations and causes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Update: Body Recovered In Mustinka River After Search For Missing ManAuthorities in Traverse County say crews have recovered a man's body from the Mustinka River after searching for a missing person.

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City of Rochester issues face mask mandate, backed by Mayo ClinicMankato joined Rochester in requiring face masks in public indoor places, making them the two latest cities to do so.

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Police: Man in 1971 convertible shot over child, hitting motorist in St. PaulThe driver is suspected of shooting a 37-year-old man in the back, resulting serious injuries, in a June 14 incident in St. Paul's Payne-Phalen neighborhood.

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Small Minnesota town where 'Purple Rain' was filmed unveils Prince statueA new life-sized statue of Prince joins a growing tribute on Main Street in Henderson, Minnesota.

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Social Distancing: More Puzzling DevelopmentsLife is different right now. Life is weird. A lot of us are acting in ways we never have before, wearing masks to get groceries, sanitizing everything all the time.

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Wyoming PD sparks reaction with 'defund the police' Twitter quipThe police department made the comment in a post about a missing dog.

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Midco Foundation donates $50,000 to Great Plains Food BankFARGO, N.D.-The Great Plains Food Bank received a $50,000 donation from the Midco Foundation in an effort to fight hunger.

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Nobel Prize winner pinpoints the Trump tweetstorm that marked start of America's defeat by Covid-19'We lost because Trump and those around him decided that it was in their political interests to let the virus run wild'

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Minnesota freight program, Ohio projects target crossing upgradesRailroad industry news about: Minnesota Department of Transportation, Minnesota Highway Freight Program, grade crossings, Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, Ohio Southern Railroad, Wheeling and lake Erie Railway.

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Sen. Klobuchar Unveils Legislation to Support Nonprofits, Create New JobsThe funding from the new WORK NOW act would be used by local nonprofits to hire and retain employees to help serve their communities.

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Police: Help Sought ID'ing Suspects In St. Cloud Speedway BurglaryAuthorities in St. Cloud are asking for the public's help in identifying over a dozen individuals who were involved in last month's civil unrest.

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Reports of increased number of 'disrespectful' Minnesota North Shore visitors trashing campsitesLocals say most people have been great, but there are higher levels of disrespect this year.

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Anoka County responds to second standoff within days involving the same armed suspectA Spring Lake Park man has been arrested twice in ten days following armed standoffs with law enforcement.

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St. Cloud Police Asking for Public's Help to Find Suspected LootersPolice in St. Cloud are asking for the public's help to identify potential suspects linked to riots last month.

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In Bloom, fine dining restaurant at St. Paul's Keg and Case, closes permanentlyIn a statement, owners Nick Rancone and Thomas Boemer had this to say about their de...

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New rules: Foreign pupils must leave US if classes go onlineInternational students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall, under new guidelines issued Monday by federal immigration authorities.

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Lake County treatment court program celebrates first graduatesThe treatment court program started in 2019 and recently celebrated its first graduates.

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Semi Slams Into Pedestrian Overpass Following Crash On Highway 100 In EdinaCrews are on the scene Tuesday morning after a semi truck slammed into a pedestrian overpass over Highway 100 in Edina, near the Benton Avenue intersection.

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Group turns in signatures for redistricting reform measureFARGO, N.D. -A group looking to reform voting redistricting rules in North Dakota says it has collected enough signatures to get the proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot in November.

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11-year-old boy shot after 'aggressive driver' tailgated father, opened fireA father told police he was driving with his wife and three children, but he was "being followed by an aggressive driver who was tailgating for an unknown reason."

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St. Cloud Airport Lands $168,000 GrantU.S. DOT gove the airport money for safety and infrastructure improvements as part of the CARES Act.

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Group testing for coronavirus — called pooled testing — could be the fastest and cheapest way to increase screening nationwideThe basic idea of pooled testing is that it allows public health officials to test small groups - called pools - of people using only one test.

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Dog Days of Winter: Duluth in JanuaryIn northern Minnesota on the banks of Lake Superior lies Duluth. To get there you take I-35 north until the highway ends.

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Generals die in bed: Exploring the issue of who's taking the risks in reopeningWhen it comes to reopening in the fall, it can be easy to ask people to risk their lives if those making the decisions don't face the same risk.

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South Dakota Town Named After Battle Of Gettysburg Removes Confederate Flag From LogoOfficials have confirmed that a logo that included a Confederate flag has been removed from police department cars, buildings and patches in a small South Dakota community named for the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg.

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Meeting U.S. physical activity guidelines linked to lower risk of early deathThe study found that people with existing chronic medical conditions, as well as those who were healthy, tended to live longer when they met the physical activity guidelines.

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Rochester, Mankato to require masks indoors in fight against COVID-19The Rochester mandate goes into effect on Wednesday - July 8. It passed 6-1, and applies to places like indoor restaurant and bar seating, gyms, public transportation and retail businesses.

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CTC postpones reopening until March, reduces staff; 25 MN groups to share $1.25 million in CARES fundingMellon Foundation announces new focus on social justice; Jazz Fest Live events will move to Crooners' outdoor spaces; and more.

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Driver, 20, dies in rollover crash near FaribaultThe crash happened around 9:30 p.m. on the 3000 block of 195 St. W in Wells Township, which is just west of Faribault.

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Minnesota updates advice for legal gun owners during police stopsMinnesota public safety officials updated the state's driver's manual to give motorists who are legally carrying firearms some guidance on what to do if they are stopped by police, including instructions to keep both hands on the steering wheel while telling the officer of the gun's location.

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Blue Devils have fall season cancelledRiverland Community College went through a spring without sports and now it is going to miss out on the fall season as well.

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South Dakota Governor, Exposed To COVID-19, Joined Trump On JetShortly after fireworks above Mount Rushmore disappeared into the night sky on Friday, South Dakota Gov.

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Free Summer Entertainment in Eden Prairie Begins July 7thWe enjoy summer and all the events that are held outdoors, or those that are typically held each summer.

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Reader's View: Stauber deserved credit given to mayorReally? The June 25 News Tribune story, " In addition, several days before the mayor's letter, the League of Minnesota Cities, the Association of Metropolitan Municipalities, the Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities, the Minnesota Association of Small Cities, and the Municipal Legislative Commission sent a letter to Gov."

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Reader's View: Trump's tweets galvanizing oppositionNearly every day we awake to our president's deeply offensive thoughts, like squeezings from a mildewed sponge.

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Reader's View: Pollution an oft-overlooked pipeline costThe June 25 letter, One major cost of such projects that is regularly overlooked or ignored and that usually costs the public is the cost of cleaning up after a failure occurs.

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Great River Regional Library Offers Computers by AppointmentThe Great River Regional Library continues with its phased reopening plan and is now offering computer use by appointment.

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Minnesota borrowed $11.2B in emergency loans through pandemic relief programST. PAUL — Minnesota employers affected by the coronavirus pandemic sought roughly $11.2 billion in federal emergency loans to stay afloat, according to figures released Monday, July 6, by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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Minnesota Orchestra cancels indoor concerts, offers outdoor shows insteadOrchestra leaders say indoor concerts can't meet current coronavirus safety guidelines.

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Lois Riess to make first Minnesota court appearance to face murder charges in husband's deathShe is already serving a life sentence in Florida for the 2018 killing of Pamela Hutchinson.

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6 Months After Being Shot In Head, Officer Arik Matson Is Able To Walk Short Distances, Write LettersIt's been six months since Waseca police officer Arik Matson was shot in the head while on duty.

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A drier day across most of MinnesotaWarm and humid weather continues, with only an isolated chance for showers and storms, especially in southern Minnesota.

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Blue Cross And Blue Shield Of Minnesota Foundation And University Of Minnesota Announce Endowed Professorship Of Health And Racial EquityThe Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation and the University of Minnesota School of Public Health have...

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Waseca police officer six months into recoveryWaseca Police Officer Arik Matson is now six months into his recovery from a gunshot wound to the head.

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Two Iowans survive plane crash in EvelethThe Eveleth Police Department released a statement Monday identifying two Iowans as the occupants in a plane crash Sunday afternoon.

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Mankato, Rochester To Require Masks In Indoor Public Spaces Starting This WeekMankato and Rochester are joining the growing list of Minnesota cities requiring people to wear masks in public spaces.

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Minnesota businesses received $10.2 billion in PPP loansPlus: Rochester and Mankato approve new mask mandates; Metro Transit employees demanding changes to agency; Twins, Wild announce schedules for return; and more.

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Gov. Walz requests federal funding after riots caused $500 million in damageRioters burned, looted or vandalized nearly 1,500 Twin Cities businesses, the letter stated, with estimated damages exceeding $500 million - the second most expensive riots in the United States after the 1992 Los Angeles civil unrest following the police beating of Rodney King.

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Other voices: Will Voice of America now lose credibility?As anyone who's ever lived, worked or served overseas will tell you, the Voice of America is an invaluable and highly respected source of news and reliable information in a world too of...

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Minnesota Lt. Governor: Mt. Rushmore Is A "Symbol" Of "Genocide"Minnesota's Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan posted a graphic that decries Mount Rushmore as a symbol of racism over Independence Day weekend.

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Latest on COVID-19 in MN: Death count continues to ebbThe state Health Department on Tuesday reported three more Minnesota deaths from COVID-19, bringing the total to 1,477 but continuing a two-week trend of days with deaths mostly in single digits.

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200K Loan Helps Senate President's Business Hang OnAn Associated Press check of businesses owned by top lawmakers or other figures found a range of notable applicants.

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DNR Asking for Public to Report Fish KillsAccording to the DNR, a University of Minnesota study estimated that 500 fish die-offs happen each year in Minnesota.

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St. Paul's Critically Acclaimed In Bloom Restaurant To Permanently CloseA critically acclaimed St. Paul restaurant is the latest to permanently close during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hong Kong grappling with future under national security lawHONG KONG — Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam offered scant reassurance Tuesday over a new national security law that critics say undermines liberties and legal protections promised wh...

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Fischbach Garners Endorsement from Minnesota Senate Ag Finance Committee ChairHer campaign says State Senator Torrey Westrom has publicly announced his support for Fischbach. Westrom is the Senator for District 12, which includes all or parts of Big Stone, Douglas, Grant, Pope, Stearns, Stevens, Traverse and Wilkin counties, which are in the 7th Congressional District.

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In Minnesota, community solar maintains growth despite challengesEven facing pandemic slowdowns and legislative opposition, the state far outpaces its closest competitor in operating capacity.

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Two Men Arrested Monday for Alleged Drug and Firearm ViolationsTwo 26-year-old men from Becker were arrested and are awaiting charges including possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, receiving stolen property - stolen firearm, and ineligible person in possession of a firearm.

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State officials continue urging Minnesotans to wear masksEpidemiologist, Doctor Ruth Lynfield says, "If you're gonna be near someone who's not from your household, particularly in a confined space, that is the appropriate thing to do - along with all the other measures." Those include social distancing of at least six feet, washing hands, covering your cough and staying home if you're ill.

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State officials report progress in controlling COVID-19 in nursing homes, other facilitiesState officials say they're making progress controlling the spread of COVID-19 at congregate care facilities — which have borne the brunt of coronavirus deaths so far.

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Traffic begins to rise again as Minnesota continues reopeningThis material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. 2020 FOX Television Stations.

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Pandemic Takeout 14: Grand Szechuan AgainThe pandemic may have fucked up all our lives but it's not stopped us from eating the food of our favourite restaurant in Minnesota: Grand Szechuan.

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Tax-Assistance Groups Worry About Low-Income Filers Amid New DeadlineTax-Assistance Groups Worry About Low-Income Filers Amid New Deadline MINNEAPOLIS - Taxpayers across the country got a reprieve earlier this year when the federal government and many states extended the tax-filing deadline because of the pandemic.

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Ohio Agencies Look to Reduce Racial Bias in Child WelfareOhio Agencies Look to Reduce Racial Bias in Child Welfare COLUMBUS, Ohio - Racial inequalities in the children-services system are not a new problem, but recent civil unrest around the country is helping to shed light on the issue.

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Supreme Court Keeps Electoral College Voters In CheckThe Public News Service provides reporting on a wide range of social, community, and environmental issues for mainstream and alternative media.

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Report: TN's Unemployment Benefits Among Lowest in NationTennesseans are filing for unemployment in record numbers, yet a.

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House Passes Bills Aimed at Cleaning Up Abandoned Mine LandsHouse lawmakers have passed legislation that would disburse $1 billion to states over the next five years - including $116 million to Kentucky - to clean up abandoned mines and jumpstart economic and projects.

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Juvenile Detentions Fall During COVID-19, Especially for MinoritiesJuvenile Detentions Fall During COVID-19, Especially for Minorities AUSTIN, Texas - Arrests that land young people in the Texas juvenile-justice system have dropped since the coronavirus pandemic began, mirroring a national trend, according to a.

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NC's Coastal Areas Could Get Economic Boost from Moving Forward ActNC's Coastal Areas Could Get Economic Boost from Moving Forward Act NAGS HEAD, N.C. - Congress is considering a bill that would provide funding to coastal communities for investment in ocean and coastal-habitat restoration.

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Statewide Community Forum on Racism Set for SaturdayAs the nation continues to grapple with police violence against people of color, the ACLU of Wyoming is hosting a virtual community forum on racism this Saturday.

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Cancellation of Atlantic Coast Pipeline Called Victory for EnvironmentalistsClimate-change activists celebrated the landmark decision to abandon the 600-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline project Sunday, calling it a surprising victory for environmentalists who fought the pipeline for years.

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Report: WI Woefully Lacking Teachers of ColorWisconsin's public school student population has become more racially diverse, but its teacher workforce still is mostly White.

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IL Tries to Force EPA's Hand on Methane StandardsIllinois is joining more than a dozen other states in trying to force the Environmental Protection Agency's hand on methane pollution standards.

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OR Coast Could Get Boost After 'Missed Opportunity' in 2008Mark Trenholm, coast program director with the Wild Salmon Center, said the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2008 included funding for coastal restoration, but only three projects in Oregon were chosen - and they were mostly near urban areas....

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Tribes Hope Dakota Access Pipeline Victory Isn't Short LivedTribes Hope Dakota Access Pipeline Victory Isn't Short Lived BISMARCK, N.D. - Tribal leaders opposed to the Dakota Access oil pipeline say there's still a long way to go in their pursuit of permanently stopping its use.

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CA Presses EPA for Federal Rules on Methane WasteCalifornia and 15 other states and cities are.

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Minnesota town unveils life-sized statue of PrinceThe Minnesota town where one of the most famous scenes from Prince's movie "Purple Rain" was filmed has unveiled a life-sized bronze statue of The Purple One in a garden filled with purple flowers and other tributes to the artist.

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Dear Abby: Family breadwinner gives good health short shriftI have a wonderful husband of almost 20 years and two teenage children. My husband is incredibly hardworking in his stressful career and has provided a very comfortable life for us.

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921: Poo FactoryWe're back in the studio! Ben is joined by Kayla Pascoe to talk about Minneapolis Police, emergency powers, dirty diapers, and the 2020 Twins schedule.

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Other voices: The feds build a case against Ghislane Maxwell; it must not stop thereNEW YORK — President Trump and Attorney General Bill Barr forced out Manhattan federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman, but they didn't get to slide in an inexperienced loyalist replacement,...

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Virus in Florida: Hospitals near capacity as Miami closes eateriesMIAMI — Hospitals rapidly approached capacity across the Sunbelt, and the Miami area closed indoor dining at restaurants and gyms again because of the surging coronavirus Monday, as the...

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Drunk teacher accused of Snapchatting teens27-year-old Jordan M. Kochevar of Chisholm, Minnesota was recently charged with four felonies after allegedly sending explicit images of himself to four teens on Snapchat.

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Monday Freedom Kicks: Spirit DCU, Minnesota United and moreD.C. United enters MLS's Florida bubble with excitement and concerns : Meanwhile in the other soccer tournament that is about to happen, D.C. United's opponent is still in Canada after having a member of their group test positive for Covid so...

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Mayo Clinic Ambulance and Vehicle Collided In St. Cloud; 1 Sustained Life Threatening InjuriesPolice are investigating a crash in St. Cloud involving two vehicles with multiple injuries in the early morning hours Sunday.

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Black Lives Matter Fargo-Moorhead working toward racial equity across the metroThrough Black Lives Matter Fargo-Moorhead, they're working with city leaders to ensure conversations turn into actions that pave a way forward.

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Schmidt named CEO of Minnesota Beef CouncilKelly Schmidt will begin CEO duties for the organization on July 20.

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How Does Racism Impact Health?Even before NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center began testing for COVID-19 in mid-April, CEO Stella Whitney-West knew the impact of the virus would be personal.

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Red River Zoo Teaches Junior Zookeepers Leadership SkillsMiddle school students are getting to learn all about zookeeping as part of the Red River Zoo's Junior Zookeeper Leadership program.

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Fargo Cass Public Health officials say more young people are getting COVID-19Fargo Cass Public Health officials say they're seeing more people in their twenties and thirties contracting the coronavirus.

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