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    City takes community approach to curbing youth violence in Cedar-Riverside

    Minnesota Daily - With growing anxieties about youth violence in Cedar-Riverside, local leaders are rerouting Minneapolis budget money to bring a outreach team to the neighborhood aimed at alleviating the issue. 

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    Santas of color, once met with controversy, now in high demand

    MPR - Ask most children what Santa looks like and the answer isn't surprising. He wears a red and white hat. He has a white beard and white hair. He has on black boots and a belt.

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    From library fines to college savings accounts: 5 things to know about St. Paul’s budget and tax levy

    Pioneer Press - The St. Paul City Council is expected to approve St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter’s 2019 budget Wednesday afternoon — a week after the mayor agreed with council member requests to trim the tax levy increase by a percentage point and fill nine police officer jobs after promotions to investigative positions.

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    Toys for Tots needs gifts for teens

    KARE 11 - Across the metro, families in need benefit from your Toys for Tots donations each holiday season.

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    Ed Department to erase debts of teachers, fix troubled grant program

    MPR - For public school teacher Kaitlyn McCollum, even simple acts like washing dishes or taking a shower can fill her with dread.

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    St. Paul council set to approve amnesty for overdue book fines

    Star Tribune - St. Paul residents stand on the cusp of amnesty for library late fees.

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