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FERC rule to spark energy transmission building nationwide; Rudy Giuliani pleads not guilty to felony charges in AZ election interference case; new digital tool emerges to help MN students with FAFSA woes; WY governor to talk property tax shifts in a TeleTown Hall.

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Israel's Prime Minister calls the new ICC charges unfair. Trump's lawyers found more classified documents in Mar-a-Lago, months after an FBI's search. And a new report finds election deniers are advancing to the fall election.

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Americans are buying up rubber ducks ahead of Memorial Day, Nebraskans who want residential solar have a new lifeline, seven community colleges are working to provide students with a better experience, and Mississippi's "Big Muddy" gets restoration help.

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"We are the Government": Remembering MN's "Happy Warrior"

MINNEAPOLIS - Friday marks the 100th birthday of former Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, whose nickname as a young U.S. senator from Minnesota was …

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Minnesota Job Seekers in Jeopardy Under Current Budget Negotiations

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Job creation has been identified by state lawmakers as a priority this session. But as the legislature finalizes budget …

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Community Action Month Highlights Solutions to Poverty

ST. PAUL, Minn. - May is National Community Action Month, a time to highlight the plight of the working poor and honor the community-level work that …

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Sowing the SEEDS of Bilingual Instruction

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A unique group of Minnesota students will graduate today from a program that helps Spanish-speaking child-care providers better …

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Minnesota College Students Face Mounting Loan Debt

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Republican state lawmakers in Minnesota Monday refused Democratic-Farmer-Labor Governor Mark Dayton's proposed budget compromise…

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Child Advocates Analyze How HHS Budget Cuts Impact Minnesota's Children

ST. PAUL, Minn. - It's now one week until the end of Minnesota's regular legislative session, and state lawmakers are scrambling to finalize the …

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Message in the Bottle: MN Law Successfully Clears Store Shelves of BPA

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Parents in Minnesota can rest a little easier now, according to a new report from the Healthy Legacy coalition, co-founded by …

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"Army" of Moms Tackle Antibiotic Overuse in Animal Food Industry

MINNEAPOLIS - Each year, tens of thousands of Americans die and hundreds of thousands more fall seriously ill from antibiotic-resistant infections - …

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National Study Underscores Importance of Minnesota's Health Initiatives

ROCHESTER, Minn. - Children in Minnesota and nationwide have too much access to screen time, sugary beverages and junk food, according to a national …

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Faith Community Leads Vigil at Capitol Calling for Humane Budget

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minnesota became the 32nd state in the union, 153 years ago today. To honor Statehood Day, Minnesota's largest faith communities …

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