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Woman Becomes Minneapolis’ 1st Fire Death of 2017

Minneapolis has recorded its first fire death of 2017.

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Minnesota Senate Failure Hands Real ID Effort Big Setback

Minnesota officials' efforts to upgrade driver's
licenses so they pass muster for domestic flights have hit a snag.

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Audit: Lots of Time Spent on Testing, But Payoff Unclear

Minnesota's legislative auditor says the state's schools are spending a lot of time and money taking standardized tests without a clear payoff.

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Advocates Bring Focus on Issues Affecting Latino Community

Groups advocating for Minnesota's Latino community are at the state capitol to bring attention to issues affecting immigrants.

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Record Amounts Of Drugs Seized In Minnesota

A record amount of drugs were seized in Minnesota last year. From Methamphetamine to prescription pills, drugs are being seized at an alarming rate in our state.

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2 Men, 2 Calls For Help On Anoka County Lake

It took a couple of times for two snowmobilers on a lake in Anoka County to learn the dangers of thin ice. Sheriff's officials say the two men called 911 Sunday afternoon after one of them fell through the ice on Coon Lake while snowmobiling.

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Former Head Of Vikings Stadium Authority Got Prime Seats

The former chair of the oversight body for the Minnesota Vikings' stadium jumped to the head of the line to buy front-row season tickets.

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Scientists Creating Method To Break Down Drugs In Wastewater

University of Minnesota researchers are developing a way to better foresee how drugs break down in wastewater.

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Dayton To Spend One More Day At Mayo After Prostate Surgery

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton will spend one more day at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester after undergoing surgery for prostate cancer.

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Minnesota Schools Bolster Transfers From Community Colleges

Students sometimes can have problems transferring community college credits to a four-year school, but a growing number of private schools in Minnesota have made the path from community college into their programs as seamless as possible.

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