Nurse isolates to protect family from coronavirus

An intensive care nurse caring for coronavirus patients in Minnesota has moved into a camper so she doesnt infect her family but now she is sick. (April 2)

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This Woman Survived a Mass Shooting and Is Working to Prevent the next One

On March 21, 2005, a 16-year-old student opened fire inside a high school on the Red Lake Indian reservation in northern Minnesota. He then killed himself in front of multiple students and a teacher. The rampage left ten people dead, including the shooter.

The Red Lake school shooting has been largely eclipsed by the many that have taken place since. But survivors of the massacre believe there are lessons to be drawn from it. “Once someone shows up to your school with a gun, you’re done with [prevention],” said Missy Dodds, a math teacher who survived the Red Lake shooting and is now a school safety advocate. “You are strictly moving into the mitigation and response phases of trying to keep your body count low.”

Dodds has teamed up with Jillian Peterson and James Densley, researchers in Minneapolis-St. Paul who compiled the most comprehensive database of mass shooters to date. Peterson and Densley found that 95 percent of mass shooters in schools are suicidal. They believe this finding should reorient the way we approach violence prevention in schools. “If a student says, ‘I’m going to kill everyone tomorrow,’ it’s an automatic police response: expel, suspend… a big, punitive response,” said Densley. “If that same student said, ‘I’m going to kill myself tomorrow,’ we would respond totally differently.”

In the second of three installments in UNSAFE: Learning from America’s School Shootings, VICE News Tonight revisits a forgotten tragedy and the people trying to learn from it.

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Pence: Unless you are ill, do not purchase masks

Vice President Mike Pence toured a Minnesota plant ramping up the production of surgical masks ordered by the federal government and urged Americans to help by refraining from buying masks unless they are sick. (March 5)

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US elections 2020: Amy Klobuchar — the pragmatist | AFP

Who will take on Trump at the 2020 election? At 59 years old, Amy Klobuchar is known as the unpretentious candidate. The granddaughter of a miner, “Amy” wants to win back the Midwest, a rural, working-class and mostly-Republican area. A lawyer and former prosecutor with degrees from Yale and the University of Chicago, in 2006 she became the first woman to ever be elected as senator for Minnesota.

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Klobuchar: Nevada results ‘exceeded expectations’

Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar, campaigning in her home state of Minnesota Saturday night, claims Nevada caucuses were a success for her no matter what. (Feb. 22)

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In Minnesota, the Kafkaesque existence of Haylee Rucker | AFP

Haylee Ann Rucker lives in a small rural town in Minnesota. The 19-year-old was born in the United States to American parents.But legally, she did not exist for 19 years. No passport, no driver’s license, no insurance. Rucker had none of the vital paperwork needed to lead a regular adult life because she didn’t have a birth certificate. And without that, she could not get a Social Security number, and everything got more complicated from there. The story is an absurdist tale of administrative ping-pong involving two US states, the federal government and a hospital that did not register her paperwork from the outset.

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Blizzard closes North Dakota roads and schools

Snow, strong winds and plunging temperatures moved into the eastern Dakotas and western Minnesota on Wednesday, creating difficult travel conditions and cancelling classes for a large number of schools. (Feb. 13)

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Minnesota diabetics turn to underground network to avoid high drug costs | AFP

The health insurance system in the US today is a complicated one. While the majority of Americans benefit from plans paid for primarily by their employer or through public subsidies, many still are forced to pay for a plan entirely out of pocket. And medications here can cost hundreds, even thousands, of dollars a month on top of that, which drug companies say helps fund research and development. The issue is front and center among the diabetic community in Minnesota, where costs have gotten so high, that people fighting the disease here have had to rely on unconventional – and sometimes illegal – methods to get the medicine that keeps them alive. N°1OH6N1N°1OH714

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Minnesota family bears burden of pricey US health insurance system | AFP

Based on their joyful and calm demeanor, you would never know the Maccoux family faces hundreds of thousands of dollars of medical debt. Cathy and Dan Maccoux have always had health insurance and yet to care for one daughter suffering from a brain condition called hydrocephalus and another suffering from multiple sclerosis, between 2005 and 2019, Dan estimates their out of pocket costs were $192,539. Their dilemma illustrates some of the problems with the half-private, half-public healthcare system in the US that many Democratic presidential candidates have vowed to get rid of.

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Presidential hopeful Klobuchar’s twin missions

Presidential hopeful and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is facing a balancing act of squaring constitutional requirements to serve as a juror in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump with the demands of her run for the US presidency. (Jan. 22)

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Today in History for January 4th

Highlights of this day in history: Israeli Prime Minister Ariel suffers a stroke and lapses into a coma; the inventor of braille is born; Jesse Ventura sworn in as Minnesota’s governor, poet T.S. Eliot dies. (Jan. 4)

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Snow falls in Minnesota ahead of deep freeze

At least 10 inches of snow is expected in parts of northern Minnesota and Wisconsin before a deep freeze settles into the region. (Dec. 9)

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Town mourns loss of soldiers in chopper crash

A Minnesota community is mourning the deaths of three National Guard soldiers killed Thursday when their helicopter crashed during a maintenance test flight (Dec. 6)

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Governor: 3 dead in military helicopter crash

Minnesota’s governor says all 3 National Guard soldiers were killed when the Black Hawk helicopter they were in crashed shortly after takeoff. (Dec. 5)

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Massive snowstorm swamps Duluth, Minnesota

Residents of Duluth, Minnesota are digging out from a whopper of a snowstorm. Nearly 22 inches of snow fell on Duluth in a Thanksgiving weekend blizzard that left streets impassable and shut down Interstate 35 south of town. (Dec. 3)

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AP Top25 Podcast: FSU or USC, which is a better job?

There is a lot going on in college football. Willie Taggart is out at Florida State and it seems like a forgone conclusion that Clay Helton will be out at USC soon. Which is a better job and who might fill them? Paul Myerberg of USA Today joins AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss the start of the coaching carousel.

Plus, It is a huge weekend of games with No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama playing. We’ll preview that and Penn State at Minnesota, another battle of unbeatens.

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Today in History for November 3rd

Highlights of this day in history: Iran-Contra scandal begins to unfold; Chile’s Salvador Allende takes office; Carol Moseley-Braun is first black woman elected to U.S. Senate; Former pro-wrestler Jesse Ventura elected Minnesota governor. (Nov. 3)

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Protests in Minneapolis during Trump rally

Protests were held in the streets of Minneapolis, Minnesota on Thursday night, as President Donald Trump held a rally. There was also a heavy police presence. Some of the demonstrators set Trump hats on fire. (Oct. 11)

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Mother of arrested US teen: Police mistreated her

The mother of a 13-year-old girl arrested in Minnesota says her daughter is ‘no angel’ but was treated unfairly by police. St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter has called for an internal affairs investigation. The arrest was captured on camera. (Oct 5)

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Minnesota mayor responds to video of teen’s arrest

The mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota, has called video of the arrest of a 13-year-old girl ‘disheartening to watch’ and wants a thorough investigation into the matter. (October 3)

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AP Top Stories September 25 A

Here’s the latest for Wednesday September 25th: White House says Ukraine phone call transcript to be released; Boris Johnson largely avoids Brexit in UN address; Tropical Storm Karen moves past Puerto Rico; 75k vaping cartridges seized in Minnesota.

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Minnesota officials: 75k vaping cartridges seized

Minnesota law enforcement officials say they’ve seized 75,000 vaping cartridges in Anoka County, near Minneapolis. The Department of Public Safety says the cartridges are believed to have come from out of state for distribution in Minnesota. (Sept. 25)

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Police defend shooting as video is released

Police in St. Paul, Minnesota, have released bodycam footage of an officer fatally shooting a man who authorities say was charging at the officer with a knife. (September 24)

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Atlanta United Wins Another Trophy

Atlanta United captures its third trophy in less than nine months with a 2-1 victory over Minnesota for the U.S. Open Cup. Atlanta previously won the MLS Cup and the Campeones Cup. (Aug. XX)

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