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Paulsen, Stanek Meet To Discuss Curbing Opioid Addiction

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Regional leaders came together Friday to share insight and discuss strategies for preventing opioid abuse.

The discussions come as President Barack Obama is pushing a new plan to fight the deadly heroin and opioid addiction that is affecting thousands around the country. 262 more words

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Southwest Chaos; What it Will Cost You?

By Candace Oathout

So I have been watching the machinations that are being used to fund the Southwest Light Rail project. A project that lacks popular support. 649 more words

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Hennepin Co., Other Partners To Cover SWLRT Funding Gap

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Southwest Light Rail Transit project, whose future looked bleak after hopes of a special state legislative session were recently dashed, may now have another chance. 250 more words

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The Slaves of William Aiken, Jr.

Aiken loaned $10,000 to the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis in the summer of 1857. He lived in Charleston, South Carolina and owned between 700 and 900 slaves there. 130 more words

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Saturday brings a taste of fall, rain and thunderstorms

Showers and cooler temperatures will give Minnesotans a brief taste of fall today.

With highs in the 60s, it will be the coolest day since June 1… 146 more words

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Hennepin Co. Sheriff Calls Increase In Violent Crime An 'Alarming Trend'

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office says violent crime has increased by 6 percent from the same time period in 2015, according to mid-year crime statistics report. 167 more words

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Hennepin Co. Seeks 50 Households For 'Zero Waste Challenge'

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – If you’re steady recycler in Hennepin County who nevertheless is amazed at the amount of trash your household generates, then the county has a new initiative you’ll want to check out. 131 more words

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