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Reality Check: Trump Faces Decline In Midwest ApprovalPresident Donald Trump launched his 2020 re-election campaign Tuesday at a raucous rally in Orlando. But the road to the White House goes through the Midwest, where he unexpectedly won traditionally blue states in 2016. And nearly three years later, it's a lot more bumpy.
Insulin Nasal Spray Trial Improves Alzheimer's SymptomsDoctors at Health Partners in the Twin Cities are growing increasingly optimistic about a new Alzheimer's treatment. It's a nasal spray they say is greatly helping with memory loss in patients taking part in a clinical trial.
Twin Cities Pride Festival Equipped With Health Safety TeamIn just a matter of days, Loring Park will transform into a colorful and welcoming celebration for the Twin Cities Pride Festival. Organizers are expecting 300 to 400 thousand people to attend over the weekend.
Woman With DUI History Arrested In White Bear TownshipA woman who hit and killed someone while driving drunk more than 11 years ago was arrested for a DWI Tuesday afternoon, the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office arrest report says. The report states Elizabeth Renee Rhodes was charged with a first-degree DWI violation in White Bear Township just before 3 p.m. Tuesday.
Person Armed And Firing Gun In SacramentoPolice say a person is armed with a gun and is firing in Sacramento, California, on Wednesday night.
Wisconsin DNR Board To Vote On Permanent Catfish Season FrameworkWisconsin's Department of Natural Resources board plans to consider permanent regulations governing bow- and hand-fishing seasons for catfish.
Community Speaks Out On $340K St. Paul Playground RenovationSt. Paul's Cherokee Regional Park reopened recently after a $342 thousand overhaul. Designers tried to make the new playground challenging and different, but the city is hearing it may be a bit too out of the box.
String Of Burglaries Has TC Metro On High AlertIn a quiet Golden Valley neighborhood, there's a lot of talk among neighbors.
Kandiyohi County: Multiple Vehicle Break-InsMultiple people in northwestern Kandiyohi County reported their vehicles were broken into and items inside were stolen, the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office says. The thief or thieves stole keys, checkbooks, tools and other items from cars at Norway Lake residences, the office says.
U of MN Regents Approves Budget, Tuition IncreaseThe University of Minnesota's Board of Regents approved a $4.2 billion budget for the 2020 fiscal year on Wednesday, the university said. The budget increases Twin Cities undergraduate tuition by 2%, or $156 per year for resident students.
LPGA Babysitting Program Provides Daycare For Working Moms Competing On TourSome of the best golfers in the world are in Minnesota this week.  And quite a few of them have something other than golf in common -- they are working moms.
Driver In Critical Condition After Semi Tractor-Trailer CrashA driver is in critical condition after his pickup truck collided head-on with a semi tractor-trailer in Lent Township Wednesday morning, the Chisago County Sheriff's Office said. Fire department crews removed unresponsive 38-year-old David Benjamin Joseph of North Branch from his pickup truck, and he was flown to Regions Hospital, officers say.

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Reality Check: Trump Faces Decline In Midwest ApprovalPresident Donald Trump launched his 2020 re-election campaign Tuesday at a raucous rally in Orlando. But the road to the White House goes through the Midwest, where he unexpectedly won traditionally blue states in 2016. And nearly three years later, it's a lot more bumpy.
Insulin Nasal Spray Trial Improves Alzheimer's SymptomsDoctors at Health Partners in the Twin Cities are growing increasingly optimistic about a new Alzheimer's treatment. It's a nasal spray they say is greatly helping with memory loss in patients taking part in a clinical trial.
Twin Cities Pride Festival Equipped With Health Safety TeamIn just a matter of days, Loring Park will transform into a colorful and welcoming celebration for the Twin Cities Pride Festival. Organizers are expecting 300 to 400 thousand people to attend over the weekend.
Community Speaks Out On $340K St. Paul Playground RenovationSt. Paul's Cherokee Regional Park reopened recently after a $342 thousand overhaul. Designers tried to make the new playground challenging and different, but the city is hearing it may be a bit too out of the box.
String Of Burglaries Has TC Metro On High AlertIn a quiet Golden Valley neighborhood, there's a lot of talk among neighbors.
LPGA Babysitting Program Provides Daycare For Working Moms Competing On TourSome of the best golfers in the world are in Minnesota this week.  And quite a few of them have something other than golf in common -- they are working moms.