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No pandemic slowdown at suburban airports

November 29, 2020
Sara Weidler, left, an instructor for Inflight Pilot Training, worked with student Shea Kieren, at the Elliot Aviation building at Flying Cloud Airpor
A rising interest in flight lessons is fueling steady traffic at Flying Cloud and Blaine airports
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Chaplains adapt to new COVID-19 calling

December 5, 2020
"Chuck you are good to go," said Catholic Rev. Andrew Jaspers after he recited the last rites to 85-year-old COVID-19 patient Chuck Schuh, Saturday, D
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January 14

KEM: Blizzard warning for Duluth and North Shore this weekend

Blizzard warning in effect this weekend.
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December 31, 2020

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December 30, 2020

Up to 5" of snow in today's Twin Cities forecast

This looks like the final dose of snow for 2020, according to the National Weather Service.
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December 23, 2020

Shutdown leaves Plymouth adventure park in financial jeopardy

"We have everything invested … our time, money, heart and souls."
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December 17, 2020
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December 17, 2020

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December 16, 2020

First Minnesota COVID-19 vaccination administered to nurse

Veterans Administration RN Thera Witte was the first person in Minnesota to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
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December 16, 2020
Screengrab A white-winged dove, left, and a clay-colored robin eat fruit at a bird-cam feeding station in Panama.

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December 15, 2020
The poll of 800 Minnesotans came a few months after the police shooting of Jamar Clark in north Minneapolis and weeks of public demonstrations outside

Minnesotans' views on police force divided along racial lines

Despite the divide in the latest Minnesota Poll, most Minnesotans — 86 percent — described relations between white and black residents as fair or good.
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December 8, 2020

Expert panel recommends releasing Myon Burrell from prison, more investigation

The panel did not examine guilt or innocence, but expressed concerns with authorities reliance on jailhouse informants, among other issues.
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December 8, 2020
The sun rose over Lake Superior as seen from Spirit Mountain on Dec. 2. As the city proposes cutting tourism tax spending 25% for 2021, Spirit Mountai

Duluth tourism expected to improve but not fully rebound in 2021

Spirit Mountain could see its tourism tax subsidy increase.
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December 8, 2020

Steven Kopperud, agriculture lobbyist and writer, dies at 69

His father rose up the ranks of farmers' cooperatives delivering insights into droughts and other topics, but Steven Kopperud vowed to have no part of…
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December 8, 2020

Fate of alleged Minnesota mosque bombing mastermind goes to jury

Attorneys gave closing arguments Tuesday in the case against Michael Hari, 49, who is accused of masterminding the bombing of Dar Al-Farooq mosque in 2017.
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December 8, 2020
The economic effects of the pandemic in Minnesota hit women, particularly women of color, harder than other parts of the population, a new study by th

Women workers of color in Minnesota face higher risks, layoffs during pandemic, U report finds

The economic effects are deep and could linger after the pandemic subsides, the study found.
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December 8, 2020
Cheryl Odegaard, a medical assistant at St. Luke’s Respiratory Clinic, administered a COVID-19 test to a patient in their drive-through testing site

92,000 Minnesotans could get COVID-19 vaccine by year's end

High priority will be given to nursing home residents and front-line health care workers.
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December 8, 2020

Johnson touts alternative COVID-19 treatments at hearing

A group of doctors at a U.S. Senate hearing chaired by Republican Sen. Ron Johnson, of Wisconsin, touted unproven alternative treatments to COVID-19 on Tuesday, even as medical experts derided the testimony and Democrats largely skipped the proceeding.
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December 8, 2020
CAPI’s Asian-specific food shelf in Brooklyn Park, has been meeting the cultural and nutritional needs of approximately 450 low-income Asian familie

Minnesota foundations boosted giving in 2020 to respond to COVID-19, racial injustice

A new report released Tuesday also shows the latest trends in philanthropy in the state.