4 Things To Know: Netanyahu Address, LAPD Shooting & More Here’s a look at the four most notable stories you need to know about for the morning of Monday, March 1, 2015. Talking Points: Rep. Ellison Talks Homeland Security Shutdown Late Friday night, Congress avoided a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security by approving a week extension of agency funding.
Twin Cities Somalis Say They’re Unfairly Affected By Anti-Terror Efforts House GOP Walks Thin Line In Doling Out Budget Surplus Community Members Gather In Mpls. To Discuss Workers’ Rights Minneapolis, Met Council Bridge Difference Over LRT Minnesota Property Taxes Set For 2015 Increase 2 states, US Appealing Judge’s Ruling On Great Lakes Wolves House Speaker Says Surplus Douses Dayton Gas-Tax Proposal Effort To Restore Pheasants Gets Boost From Lines’ Return $1.87B Surplus Estimate Sets Debate Over Tax Cuts, Spending Dayton Signs Bill Retracting Commissioner Raises For Now
4 Missionaries Detained In Venezuela Expected Home Tuesday Four North Dakota missionaries caught up in escalating political tension between the U.S. and Venezuela are expected home on Tuesday after spending a couple of days on a Caribbean Island recovering from their ordeal. Pedestrian Hit By Car On Northbound I-35W One person is in the hospital with serious injuries after being struck on Interstate 35W Monday morning. According to the accident report, around 6:05 a.m. a minor crash occurred between a semi-truck and a car on I-35W north near Park Avenue.
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