Kavanaugh accuser commits to hearing

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Attorneys for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, and the Senate Judiciary Committee have reached agreement for a public hearing Thursday, as talks continued Sunday to resolve potentially make-or-break details.
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AnnDee Gunderson, left, and Natasha Gunderson became emotional recalling their cousin Kimberly Gunderson, who died in the crash.

Fleeing driver hits pickup, kills 3 at south Mpls. intersection

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The State Patrol said it called off the pursuit before the speeding SUV driver killed three in a pickup truck at a neighborhood intersection. Families have identified those who died.
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Becca Hanson and members of the Conservation Corps planted around 100 tamarack trees near Hwy. 61 and Warner Road on Wednesday in St. Paul.
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They need not become overtly political, but to regain moral authority they must become relevant to today's pressing issues.