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Police Chiefs to Seek Temporary Curbs on Body Camera Footage

Some Minnesota police chiefs plan to seek state approval to temporarily restrict access to body camera footage while they make a renewed push for law changes at the Capitol. Their drive for limits fell short last session as lawmakers grappled with how to regulate the fast-spreading technology.

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Experts Try To Gauge Threat to Minnesota From Water Parasite

Experts are trying to gauge the threat to Minnesota from a deadly water parasite that's more common in warmer southern states. The Centers for Disease Control and Minnesota Department of Health are trying to confirm whether a teenager with a life-threatening brain infection got it from an amoeba.

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Groups Petition For Protection Of Moose In Midwest

Two groups are seeking federal protection for a subspecies of moose found in the Midwest. The Center of Biological Diversity and Honor the Earth say climate change, a changing habitat, disease and other factors have significantly reduced the moose population, down 60 percent in Minnesota alone in the last decade.

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Minnesota Farmers Expect Bumper Crop of Berries

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says farmers across the state are expecting a bumper crop of blueberries and raspberries following favorable weather conditions this spring. The department said in a news release Wednesday that Minnesota berry patches are expected to open on time this year.

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3 Minnesotans Charged in Terrorism Case to Remain Jailed

Three Minnesota men accused of trying to go to Syria to join the Islamic State group will remain in custody for now. But U.S. District Judge Michael Davis also said at hearings Wednesday he'll carefully consider plans drafted by their defense attorneys and the Somali community that could facilitate a release to a halfway house and reintegration into the community.

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