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KARE's Boyd Huppert will receive his eighth national Edward R. Murrow award, which were announced Tuesday by the Radio Television Digital News Assocation. Huppert was honored for his writing for the second year in a row. You can see his nominated work here:

KARE was also honored in the category of video reporting hard news for its story, "Dramatic Rise in Homeless Teens." That story can be viewed here:

The Star Tribune will take home its 3rd national Murrow award, this time for "Lost Warriors," a look at how families struggle with military suicides. The piece was reported by Mark Brunswick and shot by Jim Gehrz. Check it out here:

American Public Media, which is headquartered in St. Paul, was recognized for its "Marketplace" piece on "The Chinese Student Syndrome." Listen to the winning entry here:




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