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Morning Headlines From May 22, 2018The Clintons won’t be around much this midterm elections, a 20-year veteran of the FBI in Minneapolis is one of the few women leading field offices and the Minnesota Youth Jazz Band is profiled in the Star Tribune. Jason DeRusha has this morning’s headlines (3:09). WCCO This Morning – May 22, 2018
Minnesota Zoo Hosts ‘Sleepover Party’ For Its 40th BirthdayElementary school students taking prt will get to see what happens at the zoo when the lights go out, Kim Johnson reports (0:28). WCCO This Morning – May 22, 20180:28
Minneapolis Public Schools Launch Summer ‘Strong Reads’The goal is to encourage reading and learning over the summer months, Kim Johnson reports (0:30). WCCO This Morning – May 22, 2018
How Are You Starting Your Day? #MyMorningShare you pictures this morning on social media and we’ll feature them on TV (1:04). WCCO This Morning – May 22, 2018
7 Years Later, North Minneapolis Still Cleaning Up After Devastating TornadoThe twister touched down on a Sunday afternoon and tore a three-mile path of destruction through the heart of the city, Mary McGuire reports (2:11). WCCO This Morning – May 22, 2018
Wayzata School Board Votes To Change Boundaries Starting In 2019The district says the change is needed to deal with overcrowding in some schools, Kim Johnson reports (0:29). WCCO This Morning -- May 22, 2018