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Turner Syndrome Support Group Born From WCCO Radio Broadcast

Turner Syndrome is a disorder you’ve likely never heard of. About one in 2,500 girls are born with it, and it prevents their bodies from maturing fully into women.

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Jet Ski Explodes, Breaking Woman’s Back

An Inver Grove Heights woman lived to tell about how a jet ski exploded while she was riding it. It happened Sunday afternoon on the St. Croix River not far from Afton, Wis. Nicole Montez suffered a broken back. Her friend, the driver, wasn’t hurt

08/19/2014

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Generation Next Announces Plan To Bridge Achievement Gap

A group of Minnesotans say they have a new strategy to correct one of the state’s biggest disparities. Four out of 10 students make it to graduation in the city of Minneapolis, seven out of 10 in St. Paul, Minn.

08/18/2014

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Metro HS Football Coaches Talk Safety On Heels Of Player Hospitalization

Football safety in general was a hot topic for several metro coaches Sunday. By coincidence, the gathering was scheduled days after a metro high school football player collapsed. Matt Gegenheimer is a spokesperson for the Heads Up program of USA Football and head coach at Prior Lake High School.

08/17/2014

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Family Mourns Loss Of Brilliant Son, Soon-To-Be Husband

The Phillips family says they feel heartbroken after their son was gunned down at a gas station. The man police want to talk to in connection to his death still hasn’t been found.

08/14/2014

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State Fair Ticket Prices Increase

A week from Thursday, Minnesotans will get together in the form of the Minnesota State Fair. If you are heading out, you should know it’s going to cost a little bit more this year.

08/13/2014

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Father Of Murdered Boston Scientific Exec Talks

Before Kelly Phillips was part of a mystery, he was part of a love story. He was set to wed his fiancé, Nathon Bailey, in a matter of days. It was a union his father, Iowa resident Jim Phillips, says the family was excited about.

08/12/2014

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A Lot Went Into TCF Bank To Get It Ready For The Vikes

The Minnesota Vikings will take on the Oakland Raiders in the first game of the 2014 season Friday night. The preseason matchup will be played at TCF Bank stadium on the University of Minnesota campus. The game marks the start of a two year stay at “The Bank” while the Vikings new stadium is built downtown.

08/08/2014

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20K Gallons Of Sewage Leaked Into Rum River

An estimated 20,000 gallons of sewage ended up in the Rum River in what’s being called a minor spill, the City of Cambridge announced Tuesday. According to the city’s utilities department director Todd Schwab, on Monday at 6:35 p.m., the Cambridge Wastewater Treatment Facility was notified by the Isanti County Dispatch Office that a boater reported seeing liquid coming from a manhole cover and flowing into the Rum River.

08/05/2014

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Sweet, Ground Corn Slow To Grow Around The State

The Minnesota State Fair is just weeks away and the most popular food is not in great supply. It’s just been in the past few weeks that local corn is being sold at places like the Minneapolis Farmers market. That’s at least two weeks later than normal.

08/03/2014

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Local Car Company Debuts Newest Vehicle, The Slingshot

A Minnesota company is making a world debut for its newest vehicle. Polaris has a new spin on the motorcycle and it’s probably unlike anything you’ve seen before. It’s called the Slingshot and it’s on debut at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

07/28/2014

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Community Activist Al Flowers’ Family Asking For Answers After His Arrest

The family of a known local activist says he was beaten and kicked by police this weekend. Al Flowers was just released from the Hennepin County Jail Sunday. A mug shot shows his bruised face and bandaged head.

07/27/2014

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173 Undocumented Central American Kids Living In MN

New numbers say 173 undocumented kids are living in Minnesota. That number represents a fraction of the thousands of children who have come to the U.S. from Central America, where gangs are recruiting young members and murders are commonplace.

07/25/2014

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A Gluten-Free Camp For Kids? It’s Right Here In Minnesota

Over the past few years, most of us have become familiar with the term “gluten-free.” About 1 percent of the population has celiac disease, which means no wheat, rye or barley. For kids with those types of allergies, there is respite right here in Minnesota. In Maple Lake, one of the only gluten-free camps in the country is being held this week.

07/24/2014

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TC Construction Projects At Highest Level Since 2007

If you’ve driven through the Twin Cities lately, you’ve probably noticed some major construction projects — and we’re not talking road construction. Some large-scale buildings are in the works. Twin Cities Premium Outlets near Highway 13 and Highway 77 in Eagan is one of the projects. It’s set to open in August, and has provided jobs to 400 construction workers.

07/23/2014

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