MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From the ruling expected for the Minnesota Sex Offender Program to another positive chocolate study, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, June 17.

MN Sex Offender Program

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A ruling on the constitutionality of Minnesota’s sex offender program will come Wednesday.

More than 700 sex offenders are housed at Moose Lake and St. Peter. They sued the state in 2011.

All were indefinitely committed after completing a prison sentence.

A federal judge is expected to order an overhaul.

WCCO will find out when that ruling is made, which is expected to be around 11 o’clock Wednesady morning. Stay with WCCO for continuing coverage.

Twitter & Troubles With Sleep

If you were up all night tweeting, Harvard is watching you. Using data from the social media site – researchers are looking into sleep disorders and depression.

Scientists searched sleep-related hashtags, like #cantsleep and #teamnosleep.

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They found those Twitter users had fewer followers, followed fewer people, posted few tweets per day and were more likely to post negative tweets.

Another Chocolate Study

Go ahead, give into that sweet tooth. Just make sure it’s with chocolate.

New reserach shows that people who ate the most chocolate were the least likely to deal with Cardiovascular disease or stroke.

A study of 21,000 people also found that those who ate chocolate had lower body mass and exercised slightly more than their counterparts.

NBA Finals

The Golden State Warriors are champions for the first time since 1975.

The Warriors survived the last attempts from LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in game 6 of the NBA finals.

Final score: 105-97.

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Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala lead the way to victory, scoring 25 points each — bringing the title back to the Bay area for the first time in 40 years.