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The cases of unaccompanied minors

Minnesota's immigration court has received 285 deportation cases of unaccompanied children since the August launch of a special priority docket (out of 29,500 such cases nationally). Most were closed temporarily as attorneys applied for asylum or for other relief. The Chicago Asylum office, which covers 15 states, has one of the lowest approval rates for unaccompanied minors nationwide.
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2:03pm

Surge in Minnesota's Medicaid program coverage

Enrollment in Minnesota's Medicaid program, known as Medical Assistance, has soared in the last two years after federal and state changes made more people eligible and MNsure made it easier to apply.
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2:01pm

Last one-room school house

The Angle Inlet School, the last one-room public school in Minnesota.
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Walter de Gregorio, director of communications, at a news conference a...

Out of bounds: How FIFA kickbacks worked

The Justice Department cited bribes and kickbacks involving media rights deals for soccer games across the Americas. A dozen schemes were detailed in the indictment, including a 2013 agreement that promised $110 million in kickbacks.
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10:50am

Downtown Minneapolis: A new east side

Details from the Ryan Companies proposal for a $400 million redevelopment near new Vikings stadium.
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9:23am

Major League Soccer makes money

The average value of a Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise has risen 175.7 percent since 2008, according to Forbes magazine’s franchise valuations.
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May 28

Solar arrays across Minnesota

Geronimo Energy has won state approval to build solar arrays across Minnesota to serve Xcel Energy electric customers. The $250 million Aurora Solar Project will be, by far, the largest solar generating effort in the state.
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May 27

Map: Bridge collapse near International Falls

Site of Canadian National Railway bridge fire and collapse early Wednesday morning near Ericsburg, Minn.
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May 27

The Commons in Downtown East

The City of Minneapolis has its $18-million park design in hand and now needs the money to build The Commons in Downtown East.
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May 27

Interactive: Five weather maps

Use this collection of precipitation, wind, watches/warnings and temperature maps to plan for the weather happening right now and look ahead with forecasts of what is to come.
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May 27

INTERACTIVE: U.S. storm reports, warnings, precipitation

This map shows the National Weather Services (NWS) storm reports and radar. Data is regularly updated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Please be patient, some visualizations can take longer than others to load.
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May 26

Site of Minneapolis rail yard fatality

The accident occurred about 11:30 a.m. near NE. Spring and Harrison Streets NE., alongside the Federated Brake and Equipment Warehouse.
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May 25

Duluth hoping to protect plovers at Park Point

To encourage the birds to nest at Park Point, the tip of a 7-mile-long sand spit that juts into the lake, volunteers are asking residents and visitors — especially those with unleashed dogs — to steer clear of a mile-long stretch of beach near Sky Harbor Airport through mid-June.
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May 25

Location of fatal shooting in Minneapolis

A man was killed and two others were wounded Monday in north Minneapolis in what police described as a neighborhood dispute that erupted in gunfire.
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May 25

Clear-cutting red pine plantations in Minnesota

A plantation of red pine trees north of Crosslake, Minn., is one of many sites destined for clear-cutting under a DNR plan to accelerate timber harvest on School Trust Lands. The shift in management has raised questions about DNR forestry values.
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May 25

California drought watch

A map animation showing drought severity by region with a chart showing millions of Americans in dry or drought conditions over time.
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May 22

Walking Grid 54

About a handful of St. Paul and Metro Transit police officers have started to "walk the beat" in the area of Payne Avenue and Arcade Street on the East Side of St. Paul to proactively have positive contacts with kids, adults and business owners in an effort to build community.
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May 22

Foreign fighters with Islamic State militants

Thousands of people from more than 90 countries have gone to wage Muslim holy war in Iraq and Syria in the last few years, and most have joined the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.
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May 22

Methamphetamine tops drug seizures in 2014

Drugs seized by the Minnesota Drug and Violent Crimes Enforcement Teams. 120 agencies participate in the effort coordinated by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Justice Programs.
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May 22

Looking for research funding

University of Minnesota academics are turning to businesses and other sources of private funding as federal funding for research declines.
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