Migrant children separated from parents start to arrive in state

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The first in an expected surge of unaccompanied minors, forcibly removed from their parents, are making their way to distant relatives in Minnesota and surrounding states.
Daniel Colvin, left, and Randy Brown visited with Caitlin Dicks at the Talo Apartments in Golden Valley Thursday.

Twin Cities apartment boom takes off in suburbia


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Ian Anderson helped mix the pancake batter with his mom, Mali, while they made breakfast for dinner.
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Ian Anderson helped mix the pancake batter with his mom, Mali, while they made breakfast for dinner.

Adoption numbers plummet in Minnesota and nationwide

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Acceptance of single motherhood, changes in international law contribute to falling numbers
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