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Attorney General Keith Ellison issued a warning to Minnesotans to avoid potential charity scams related to COVID-19. With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases rising in Minnesota, there is a risk that scammers will try to prey on the generosity of Minnesota donors by tricking them into don…

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Service changes will take effect on Wednesday, March 25, as Metro Transit continues to support efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 while serving those who must make essential trips and who have no other options than to take transit.

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First, we would like to extend a hearty thank you to the community for the care residents are showing one another as we all work together to stay healthy. Second, we at NRRC would also like to thank you for your patience as we navigate our new community engagement landscape.  NRRC will conti…

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The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) today announced that due to a national shortage of COVID-19 laboratory testing materials, the state is forced to make adjustments to its testing criteria to focus on the highest priority specimens, including hospitalized patients. Health care workers …

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While the emergency order from Governor Tim Walz prohibits the general public from dining and drinking inside Minnesota bars and restaurants through March 27th, it does allow these businesses to sell food and drink for take-out, delivery and curbside pickup.

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State Rep. Mohamud Noor (DFL – Minneapolis), Sen. Kari Dziedzic (DFL – Minneapolis), Housing Finance and Policy Chair Alice Hausman (DFL – St. Paul), Hassanen Mohamed, who is the family member of fire victim Nadifa Mohamud, and former State Fire Marshall Tom Brace presented legislation to re…

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The Philando Castile Peace Garden Committee announced the launch of a fundraising campaign to enhance the Falcon Heights Peace Garden created in honor of Philando Castile, who was killed by a police officer in Falcon Heights.

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In the Sept. 16 edition of Insight News it was incorrectly reported that the Midtown Phillips Neighborhood received a $937,990 grant to fight the opioid crisis. The neighborhood organization did not receive, nor apply for such a grant. We sincerely regret the error in reporting.

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Bishop Fred W. Washington, presiding bishop for the Minnesota Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Church of God in Christ, will be hosting the 2018 Auxiliaries in Ministry (AIM) Conference June 12 – June 16.

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The Latino Youth Development Collaborative (LYDC) last week graduated 18 promotores y promotoras de educación (someone specially trained to provide health education) with the skills needed to help families navigate the sometimes murky waters of the Minnesota public education system.

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Twin Cities R!SE has developed the “Minnesota Employers’ Fair Chance Hiring Guide” to support efforts to recruit, hire, train and retain job seekers with criminal records.