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Florida Highway Patrol trooper swoops in to help injured bald eagle 20.10.2016 LA Times: Commentary

A Florida Highway Patrol trooper swooped in to help a bald eagle that flew into a Jeep on Florida's Turnpike on Tuesday morning.

The adult male eagle hit the windshield of a Jeep Cherokee on Florida's Turnpike at about 7:30 a.m., Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Kim Montes said.

Trooper Julio Velez...

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Granny pods find lukewarm reception in Minnesota cities 11.8.2016 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Two University of Minnesota graduates are making portable housing units for the elderly. But despite the housing's impending legal status, some cities are moving to ban them.
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St. John’s Prep student rewards the woman who inspires him 14.5.2016 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Because of poems like this, Julia Dinsmore inspires people like St. John's Prep Student Cullin Egge.
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St. Cloud union leaders question move to bring in foreign workers 12.1.2016 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
GNP said it's recruiting workers outside the U.S. because it couldn't find qualified candidates around St. Cloud willing to relocate, but local union officials question its intention.
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St. Cloud attorney acts as problem solver for those in need 24.10.2015 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
For 35 years attorney Ann Cofell has helped thousands of people who are victims of domestic violence or who face problems with employment, housing and child custody. Her clients are those who can't afford a lawyer, who often have nowhere else to turn for help.
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Somali students protest hostile racial school climate 9.4.2015 Twin Cities Daily Planet
MORE » Somalis are under attack in St. Cloud because of their race (they are Black), their religion (they are Muslims), and their immigration/refugee status (they are perceived to be untrustworthy aliens). In the 1990s Somalis began to trickle into the city, and now they are probably the largest Black ethnic group, surpassing the number of Black Americans. Like Black Americans, they also experience intense racial and cultural animus. As compared with the White population, Somalis are sharply different in four categories: race (White European vs. Black African), religion (Christian vs. Muslim), citizenship (American vs. refugee/immigrant), and culture (Eurocentric vs. Afro-Islamic). This is a very volatile social mix. The Somali community continues to suffer numerous attacks at various levels and in all areas of social life including schools, stores, workplaces, housing, and the media. The first Somali market, mosque and community center in south St. Cloud was vandalized in 2002. Furthermore, Somalis have ...
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Report: Housing market gains could hurt homeless 30.12.2014 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
A dip in Twin Cities rental vacancies and statewide eviction filings have caused a rise in rental rates.
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Five receive three-year philanthropy fellowships at area foundations 16.12.2014 MinnPost
The Minnesota Council on Foundations has selected five people to be Ron McKinley Philanthropy Fellows for 2015, which means they'll work with area foundations for the next three years. The program, started in 2013, is designed to "prepare high-potential individuals from underrepresented communities for careers in philanthropy." Those selected are: Allison Johnson a community organizer with Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative, where she has worked across the Twin Cities to build support for affordable housing and stronger communities. She will join the Headwaters Foundation for Justice.   Aya Johnson, a community representative in the U.S. Congress focusing on immigration, foreign affairs, unemployment and outreach to communities of color. She has also served as a domestic violence advocate in St. Cloud and Blaine. She will join the Community Innovation team at the Bush Foundation.   Adrian Mack, program and curriculum director of STATURE, a leadership program designed to guide Minneapolis youth ...
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Business briefing, Sunday, Nov. 23 25.11.2014 Pioneer Press: Most Viewed
ADVERTISING/ PUBLIC RELATIONS Minneapolis-based Carmichael Lynch received Adweek's 2014 Media Plan of the Year award in the category of
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Hot Property: Highland Shores Senior Housing 14.11.2014 Star Tribune: Business
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Live: Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf at National Press Club 17.9.2014 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Minnesota native and Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf answers questions at the National Press Club in Washington.
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Legislature finishes off $1 billion in state building projects, sends to Dayton 16.5.2014 Star Tribune: Politics
Legislature gives final approval to $1 billion in state building and infrastructure projects, sends to Dayton for signature
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Legislature finalizes $1B in state building projects, sends bill to Dayton 16.5.2014 Star Tribune: Latest
Legislature gives final approval to $1 billion in state building and infrastructure projects, sends to Dayton for signature
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Highlights of a pair of construction finance bills nearing approval in Minnesota Legislature 16.5.2014 Star Tribune: Politics
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Four thousand fewer jobs, but Minnesota unemployment rate drops 15.5.2014 MinnPost
The Business Journal's Jim Hammerand reports Minnesota lost 4,200 jobs in April, though unemployment fell a tenth of a point to 4.7 percent. Construction and business services took the brunt of the losses, while manufacturing and government were up. Overall, the state has gained nearly 42,000 jobs in the past year. At least mortgage delinquencies are down, the Strib's Jim Buchta notes . Minnesota's tardy rate is the nation's 44th-lowest (that's good). One in 30 mortgages are late. The rate excludes foreclosures, whose rate is also falling. MPR's Tim Pugmire updates the big bonding-bill holdup: that $70 million southwest Minnesota water-treatment project. DFLers in control of the legislature only funded it to $22 million, setting off GOP protest howls. A new deal could work a la the Mayo expansion — state funds and local sales or property taxes. Strib business columnist  Lee Schafer gives Target exec Jeff Jones a warm if not wet kiss  for his response to that Gawker-posted complaint from an employee. ...
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$1 billion in state building projects nears final OK 15.5.2014 Star Tribune: Latest
Affordable housing, higher education and convention centers seen as big winners.
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CEO: Wells Fargo not likely to pursue stadium naming rights 14.5.2014 Star Tribune: Business
In an interview, John Stumpf said the bank is seeing more lending demand but is also looking at other areas for growth.
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Strib Biz Live: Market drops; Women leaders at Carlson School 25.4.2014 Star Tribune: Latest
Latest in business news from Minnesota and beyond.
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Insolvent St. Cloud telemarketing company closes 2.4.2014 Minnesota Public Radio: Business
Meyer Teleservices owner Gary Owen said the decreasing number of telephone land lines and the lack of access to cellphones have crippled his business.
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Hot Property: Cielo Apartments, Fridley 7.3.2014 Star Tribune: Business
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