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Minnesota Head Says Guard Singled Out Over Suicides

Adjutant General Rick Nash says the Minnesota National Guard is getting "unsubstantiated notoriety" over the number of military suicides.

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Judge: Minnesota Man Guilty Of Online Aiding Suicides

A Minnesota man accused of seeking depressed people online and encouraging two to kill themselves has been found guilty of aiding the suicides of an English man and Canadian woman.

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Emotional School Board Meeting On Bullying

Parents and students packed an emotional Anoka-Hennepin School Board meeting to urge the district to impose tougher rules against bullying. Dozens of people gathered Monday night in Coon Rapids to impel the board to better train teachers on issues affecting gay, lesbian and transgender students.

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