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Uncovering America's methamphetamine history; PA Early Intervention programs vital for child development; measuring long-term impact of the O.J. Simpson trial on media literacy.

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President Biden's name could be left off the ballot in Alabama and Ohio, the Justice Dept. mandates background checks for gun show purchases, and Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds moves to allow state police to arrest undocumented migrants.

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Housing advocates fear rural low-income folks who live in aging USDA housing could be forced out, small towns are eligible for grants to enhance civic participation, and North Carolina's small and Black-owned farms are helped by new wind and solar revenues.

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ND Child Poverty Data Highlights Local Racial Disparities

BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota had the biggest drop in the country's child-poverty rate, but child well-being experts say there's more work to do…

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Support for Nonpartisan Elections in SD Grows

PIERRE, S.D. - A move to bring nonpartisan elections to South Dakota is gaining support. On the November general election ballot, state voters will …

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ND Pipeline Fight Highlights Tribal Disparities, Discrimination

BISMARCK, N.D. - For many members of the Lakota Sioux Tribe, the battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline is just the latest symptom of a …

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Lower Child Poverty Numbers in MN Don't Tell the Whole Story

ST. PAUL, Minn. — New research shows that the number of Minnesota kids living in poverty dropped significantly in 2015, but the state's child-…

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MN Researchers: TPP Deal Could Hurt Local Green-Friendly Programs

ST. PAUL, Minn. — A new report indicates that the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal could hinder the climate protection goals of all the …

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National Preparedness Month: Experts Ready to Help South Dakotans Stay Safe

PIERRE, S.D. — September is National Preparedness Month, and South Dakota safety advocates are urging residents to make plans in case of …

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MN Transit Experts Exploring Family-Friendly Changes

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- New research shows families who rely on trains and buses in the Twin Cities face challenges traveling with young children and …

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Dakota Access Pipeline Court Decision Expected Today

BISMARCK, N.D. – The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline project could be permanently shut down today, pending a federal judge's decision…

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Rural Minnesotans Talk Climate Change Priorities

ST. PAUL, Minn. – How will Minnesota's rural communities weather climate change in the coming years? That's the big question behind the final …

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Legal Experts Helping IL Students Avoid Distracted Driving

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – With classes now in full swing, legal experts this month will be helping high school students in Illinois understand the …

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