Dayton Asks For No Charges Against MSP Protesters Gov. Mark Dayton has asked Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport officials not to press charges against Black Lives Matter protesters who shut down roads leading to the airport. POTUS Proposes Cut In Great Lakes Protection Program — Again For the third consecutive year, President Barack Obama is proposing to cut a program that focuses on the Great Lakes' biggest environmental threats.
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Good Question: Why Ashes On Ash Wednesday? Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday, a day when millions of Christians all over the world head to church and leave with a cross of ashes on their foreheads. So, why ashes on Ash Wednesday? Good Question. Lake Minnetonka Murder-Suicide Still Weighs Heavy On Small Town Police The horrific story made national headlines when a family of five was found dead in their Lake Minnetonka mansion.
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