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City tree lighting, Bonanzaville's Christmas on the Prairie, other events kick off this weekend
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They say they feel like they are drowning. Four times the normal workload, several months without hired leaders and an ever-shrinking team of frontline workers. WDAY News' Nick Broadway sat down with a former employee and current CPS leadership, learning what workers are dealing with and how leadership is trying to fix it all.
The lawyer argues troopers included erroneous information in their court filings that caused an uproar. The case drew the attention of former President Donald Trump and made national headlines.

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Jacob Hansen will have the chance to learn from world-renowned conductors and collaborate with other performers from around the globe.
Construction is about 40% finished
The free programs ensure that lights and cardboard are disposed of in the most environmentally friendly way.
Gene Ladoucer with American Automotive Association says prices have dropped 30 cents over the last month and will continue to drop for the next few months.
Ahead of the crucial USA vs. Iran FIFA World Cup match, more than 50 American Outlaws packed Sickies Garage in south Fargo to take in every moment, showing why soccer has one of the fastest-growing fan bases in North Dakota.
The Stepping Stones Resource Center will be the only place in Fargo specifically serving homeless young adults.

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Throughout her recovery, Del Rae is thankful to be here, grateful for the support from friends and strangers, and hopeful of what is to come.
The narrowly tailored bill, which would require the federal government to recognize a marriage if it was legal in the state in which it was performed, is meant to be a backstop if the Supreme Court acted against same-sex marriage. It would not bar states from blocking same-sex or interracial marriages if the Supreme Court allowed them to do so.
DFL Gov. Tim Walz, House Speaker Melissa Hortman and incoming Senate Majority Leader Kari Dziedzic sent a letter to the Democratic National Committee this week pledging to pass legislation to move the primary to an earlier date if national leadership picks the state.

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