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Company Helps Those With Disabilities Find Meaningful Work

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There is a push across Minnesota and the rest of the county in the month of October to find people with disabilities meaningful work. 344 more words

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After Meeting With Super Bowl Planners, La Belle Crepe Reopens

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — We’re counting down to the Minnesota Super Bowl, which is just about 100 days away at U.S. Bank Stadium, and it seems the big game has already saved a popular crepe shop on Nicollet Mall. 324 more words

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'U' Mechanic Warns Of Fire Safety Hazards In Campus Building

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A mechanic at the University of Minnesota is blowing the whistle after what he discovered in one building on campus.

Bruce Ballentine says he found during a recent inspection of the Education Sciences Building that exit signs and emergency lights have little or no battery power remaining. 760 more words

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10K Volunteers Coming From Far & Wide For Minneapolis Super Bowl

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The countdown stands at 121 days until Minnesota takes center stage for the Super Bowl.  Beyond security and downtown business logistics, one of the biggest efforts will be on the volunteers who will help make the days leading up to the big game run smoothly. 341 more words

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50,000 Families Sue United Healthcare Over Addiction And Mental Health Coverage

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — With the most prolific heroin dealer in Hennepin County history sentenced to prison, a Twin Cities family is now taking on a Minnesota-based health insurance company. 366 more words

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Drug Dealer Accused In 5 Overdose Deaths Gets 14-Year Sentence

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Twin Cities drug dealer has learned her punishment for killing two young men with heroin.

In court Thursday afternoon, parents shared their heartbreak over the addiction that tore their families apart. 408 more words

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Are Bike Lanes Making Traffic Better Or Worse In Downtown Minneapolis?

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Traffic congestion in downtown Minneapolis has some drivers placing the blame on bicyclists this summer.

Bike lanes have blocked off some lanes of city streets once used to carry cars. 632 more words

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