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The annual 'Freezin for a reason' event serves as a way to raise money for local veteran organizations, as well as awareness on issues they face after service.
A Fargo woman's chance encounter during a walk perhaps saved her life. The couple wanted to share their story this week because it is National Cancer Prevention Month.
The attorney for a woman who is accusing a local priest of sexually assaulting her on church property says this is just the beginning of a "heart-wrenching" case. 
Nonprofit leaders and West Fargo city staff are looking for ways to address the lack of child care options and yearslong waitlists.

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Cayler Ellingson's family says Shannon Brandt's attorney shouldn't have access to the teen's phone data, but the information could show the teen's past behavior of alleged bullying, the defense says.
Opponents say the legislation is problematic
Harris will be coming to Minnesota following President Joe Biden's State of the Union address next week.
"We're trying to create this trail that would be easier for people to catch and find the people that are doing it," said Sen. Doug Larsen, R-Mandan
Gov. Tim Walz on Friday, Feb. 3, signed into law a bill establishing a Juneteenth holiday in Minnesota.
No woman has chaired a standing committee in the North Dakota House since 2013. Rep. Vicky Steiner said majority leaders have passed over qualified female lawmakers when selecting committee chairs.

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A vice president of the Distilled Spirits Council of the U.S. says high tax rate on “ready-to-drink” cocktails are a top barrier to market entry for craft distillers.
No-knock warrants have been banned in a number of cities across the country after they resulted in the deaths of innocent civilians
In fiscal year 2020, more than $2.87 billion in unclaimed property was returned to rightful owners, according to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators.

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