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12/16/2018 09:33 PM
Two people were killed when a driver in a pickup truck struck a horse-drawn buggy in central Minnesota Sunday morning.
A shift in the balance of power at the state Capitol has boosted the odds of lawmakers passing bills to reduce gun violence.