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14 Aug Survivor stories: Angela Haeny

MINNEAPOLIS - On Aug. 1, 2007 the heavily-used Interstate 35W bridge collapsed, sending concrete and rebar, vehicles and the people inside them plunging into the Mississippi River. Thirteen people lost their lives and 145 were injured, some of them critically. On the 10-year anniversary of this life-changing event, KARE 11...

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15 Jun Black men inspiring hope

A study found that it benefits students’ graduation rates and college aspirations to have more African American teachers. But their numbers are dropping.   Kelly fifth-grade teacher Stephen Flemming leads a spirited discussion about bias in writing and the use of metaphor. His students say he inspires...

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