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Memorial March remembers Minnesotans who died while homeless

Being homeless can be dangerous. People without permanent homes are susceptible to Minnesota’s brutal outdoor conditions and often punishing harshness of the streets.

People who died while homeless were remembered Thursday night at the 30th annual Homeless Memorial March and Service in Minneapolis. 248 more words

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Drunk driving arrests on the decline in Minnesota

More Minnesota motorists are apparently getting the message about the problem of drinking and driving. WCCO reports that drunk driving arrests are on the decline Minnesota. 144 more words

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Man turns himself into police in connection with St. Paul church arson

A 27-year-old man has turned himself into St. Paul police in connection with a Friday morning fire at St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church that caused $100,000 in damage to the structure. 184 more words

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Leslie Speaks

That moment when a complete stranger, with tear-filled eyes, embraces you and thanks you for “sharing your journey”, is the moment when you realize that life’s events happen for a reason. 24 more words

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Get a job: Competition running high for holiday hiring

The all-important holiday shopping season is ramping up, and so is hiring for retailers, who typically expect to make a significant portion of their profits during the fourth quarter of the year. 297 more words

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Ears burning? Nation watches Minnesota as nasty November storm approaches

News of an early November snowstorm and unseasonably cold temperatures are dominating Minnesota news sources. MPR News notes that, with snow totals expected in the 8-12 inch range, travel will be tricky on Monday and Tuesday. 423 more words

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