On 20th anniversary of shooting, Columbine honors 13 lost with community service, ceremony

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"We're changed," said Dawn Anna, whose daughter was among the students killed at the school in 1999. "Our hearts have giant holes in them. But our hearts are bigger than they were 20 years ago."

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Homelessness in high school bodes ill for college, study finds

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The study tracked thousands of students who experienced housing instability while in grades 9-12, and found they were less likely to graduate, got lower scores on college placement tests and were less likely to take advance placement or college-credit classes.

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Minnesota researcher finds possible virus link to acute flaccid myelitis

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A researcher from the University of Minnesota has identified a virus associated with a disease that can cause sudden paralysis in children.

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Korea, Colons, Pickups and Pranks

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A life-changing email arrives from an almost-stranger; a single man ventures into a gay bar in Greenwich Village in the 1970’s; an adoptee fears rejection by her birth family in Korea; and a newlywed’s stomach ache turns life threatening. Hosted by The Moth’s Artistic Director, Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by the Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

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How to make high school more interesting? Here's an idea

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Programs are developing ways to help students get hands-on experience and a better shot at jobs or internships after school.

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Sound Opinions: Buried Treasures, Rock Doctors & Opinions on Marvin Gaye

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As music critics and connoisseurs, Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot always have new under-the-radar tracks that you need to hear! This week, they’ll share some of their latest buried treasures. They'll also check in as the Rock Doctors to give some musical advice to a patient in need, as well as share their thoughts on the recent posthumous release by Marvin Gaye.

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Cheated by student loans

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A divide is forming -- between those who have student debt and those who do not. What does it mean for the future?

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Wisconsin students say gym teacher had black kids research slave games

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A Wisconsin middle school gym teacher has been placed on indefinite leave while district officials look into claims that she separated students in one class by race and assigned the black children to research games that enslaved children played.

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Economists Louis Johnston and Chris Farrell on money, work and life

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Economists Louis Johnston and Chris Farrell talk about money, work and life.

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Collegiate drone racers compete for national championship in Grand Forks

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College students from 23 universities competed for a national title in the growing sport of drone racing.

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Georgia governor signs law to slow 'use it or lose it' voter purges

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After an APM Reports investigation on the removal of thousands of voters, Brian Kemp signed a reform bill that gives people who haven't voted in several elections more time before their registrations are canceled.

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Documentary chronicles struggles, successes at north Minneapolis elementary school

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KARE 11 reporter Lindsey Seavert and photojournalist Ben Garvin spent a year following the teachers, students, and families at Lucy Craft Laney Community School. Their new documentary, "Love Them First," tells a story of hope at one of the state's worst-performing schools.

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Loughlin, husband and 14 parents face new charge in scam

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"Full House" star Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, and 14 other parents were hit Tuesday with a new money laundering charge in the sweeping college admissions bribery scheme.

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Huffman, 12 other parents to plead guilty in college scheme

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The "Desperate Housewives" star and the other parents will admit to charges in the scheme, which authorities say involved rigging standardized test scores and bribing coaches at such prestigious schools as Yale and Georgetown.

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Argosy's demise may worsen Minnesota's psychologist shortage

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For-profit Argosy University once trained roughly a fifth of Minnesota's licensed psychologists. Its sudden closing has left students stranded and local mental health leaders worried about how to meet an already widening demand for psychologists in Minnesota.

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