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June 23, 2018

Adoption numbers plummet in Minnesota and nationwide
Acceptance of single motherhood, changes in international law contribute to falling numbers ... Read More

Migrant children separated from parents start to arrive in state
The first in an expected surge of unaccompanied minors, forcibly removed from their parents, are making their way to distant relatives in Minnesota and surrounding states. ... Read More

Man fatally shot by police in north Minneapolis
Witnesses reported a heavy police presence in the area, and long stretches of both streets have been cordoned off with yellow police tape. ... Read More

Twin Cities apartment boom takes off in suburbia
Multifamily housing is rising quickly outside the central cities. ... Read More

Patients sedated by ketamine were enrolled in Hennepin Healthcare study
Forced sedation in their best interest, hospital says. ... Read More

More cities across state are turning to renewable sources of energy
Solar, wind and hydro fill increasing roles in municipal power grids ... Read More

Blaine officer adopts dog after motorcycle crash kills colleague, wife
Tragedy struck the Blaine Police Department last weekend when an off-duty officer and his wife were killed in a motorcycle crash in Elk River. Steve and Susie Nanney of Ham Lake left behind a chocolate Lab named Ranger. ... Read More

At Trump rally in Duluth: Red, white and boos
Everyone who wasn't a reporter penned in the center of the arena directly under speakers blasting "Tiny Dancer" at full volume did look like they were having fun. ... Read More

Odorizzi gives Twins little shot, leaving late rally to fall short
Unable to find the right pitch at the right time to finish off hitters, Odorizzi was beaten down a wave of soft line drives Saturday and knocked out of the game in the second inning for the second-shortest start of his career. And his shortest start was because of an injury. ... Read More

Mpls. woman becomes her own general contractor to revive vintage home
After getting “unbelievable high bids” for restoring and updating her 1910 Arts & Crafts home in south Minneapolis, she decided to put on the general contractor hat. ... Read More

Why some Twin Cities parents are giving their kids a 'boring' summer
Some Minnesota parents are fighting the pressure to overbook their kids and opting for the laid-back summers of yesteryear. ... Read More

Schools across state aim to diversify advanced classes
Racial gaps remain, but access to dual credit courses is on the rise. ... Read More

Backed by data, Texas city asks Trump: What border crisis?
Trump's descriptions of a chaotic, crime-ridden border have frustrated many who live and work there; in Brownsville, many say that the illegal immigration “crisis” is largely a fiction. ... Read More

Sanders says she was told to leave Virginia restaurant
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was booted from a Virginia restaurant because she works for President Donald Trump, the latest administration official to experience a brusque reception in a public setting. ... Read More

Health care reform is top of mind for voters in Minnesota, nation
A poll in early June found more than one in five voters named health care as their top concern in the upcoming midterm elections, more than any other issue. ... Read More

Ramsey County to pick new developer for St. Paul riverfront property
Officials hope any new project includes housing, restaurants, office space. ... Read More

VA tries foster care for some veterans instead of nursing homes
Ralph Stepney’s home on a quiet street in north Baltimore has a welcoming front porch and large rooms, with plenty of space for his comfortable recliner and vast collection of action movies. The house is owned by Joann West, a licensed caregiver who shares it with Stepney and his fellow Vietn... Read More

Bemidji's library lovers ready to bring Carnegie library back to life
After 6 years and $2 million, future of Carnegie building seems safe ... Read More

Target chief diversity officer not afraid to stand out, push tough conversations
Caroline Wanga, the company’s chief diversity officer, said her message is clear: Be yourself. ... Read More

St. Paul mayor: 'I have concerns' about plan to add police officers
Carter said chief’s call to add 50 officers should not be the city’s “driving goal.” ... Read More

Go around the world in these 5 Chicago neighborhoods
The Windy City claims many neighborhoods with distinctive worldly flair. Here are our favorite five. ... Read More

Wis. state senator rips judge over sentence of ex-UW student from Edina
A state senator is taking a judge to task for sentencing a former University of Wisconsin-Madison student accused of sexual assault to three years in prison. ... Read More

Paul Douglas: Storm pushing through the north metro
Wind gusts up to 60 mph and 1" hail are part of some heavy downpours. ... Read More

Hartman: Vikings face challenge of high expectations
Rick Spielman continues to say he is withholding judgment on his team until training camp. But there is just no denying that Spielman and the entire staff know this is a Super Bowl-caliber club. ... Read More

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