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Woman Arrested Outside of Cottage Grove Middle School

A woman was arrested outside of Cottage Grove Middle School Thursday.

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Overdose Deaths Exceed Traffic Fatalities in Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Health has an alarming statistic about drug overdose deaths.

The number of people who have died from heroin and prescription painkiller overdoses in 2013 is greater than the number of people killed in traffic accidents in Minnesota.

MSHSL Tables Transgender Student-Athlete Policy Vote

Thursday's big vote on policy changes affecting transgender high school student-athletes in Minnesota will be put off.

Minnesota Transgender Policy Draws Mixed Responses

The words were uttered in a board room filled with strangers.

“I am not a girl,” Zeam Porter said.

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State Identifies 155 Struggling Schools

The Minnesota Department of Education has identified dozens of schools that accept federal poverty aid and aren't doing enough to close the achievement gap between white and minority students or are lacking in overall academic achievement.

5 Counties Urge Met Council to Reconsider 2040 Transportation Plan

Commissioners representing five Twin Cities metro counties expressed their concerns about the Metropolitan Council’s policy plans at a meeting Monday night.

More than 25 county commissioners and administrators met with Met Council members at Thompson County Park in West St. Paul.

Washington Co. Businesses Use Grants to Increase Recycling

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Washington County businesses are taking advantage of a grant to help increase recycling.

County officials say 42 businesses in Woodbury and Oakdale have applied for a grant to receive recycling bins and implement new recycling programs.