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Dozens of Minnesota Children Find Homes on National Adoption Day

About 60 children in the Twin Cities found a new sense of belonging Saturday. Their adoptions were finalized in Hennepin and Ramsey counties for National Adoption Day.

This year there's nearly double the amount of adoptions happening in Hennepin County in large part due to a change in state law.

Brianna Miller adopted 2-year-old Mikeila.

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Blake School Students to Host Summit on Ebola

A group of students from The Blake School are putting on a summit focusing on the Ebola virus in December that is attracting some impressive participants.

The group will host the forum in the Cowles Auditorium at the University of Minnesota on Dec. 5.

New State Law Helps Minn. Foster Kids Find Permanent Homes

A new state law could be helping more foster kids find permanent homes.

Minority Hiring Projections Positive for Vikings Stadium, But One Company Missing the Mark

A company hired to construct a parking ramp next to the new Vikings' stadium in downtown Minneapolis is not meeting state mandates for hiring minority workers, according to new numbers released Friday by the Minnesota Sports Facilities Association (MSFA).

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MSFA Approves $647K in Added Costs for Vikings Stadium

The budget for the new Vikings stadium is going up again.

The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority approved an extra $647,000 in added costs to be covered by the Minnesota Vikings.

Police: 2 Arrested in St. Paul Bank Robbery that Closed I-94

Authorities in Minneapolis have arrested two men who they say robbed a St. Paul bank as they tried to make a getaway on Interstate 94.

St. Paul police say the two suspects, identified as 36-year-old Adrian Lamont Kinerd and 31-year-old Tashawn Jefferson Schively, robbed a TCF Bank on St. Paul's east side Thursday.

'Orange Line' Between Mpls. and Burnsville Gets Federal Approval

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Plans for a Bus Rapid Transit line that would run between downtown Minneapolis and Burnsville have received federal approval.

The METRO Orange Line was given the OK from the Federal Transit Administration to enter project development. The line would open in 2019 and would run 17 miles along the Interstate 35W corridor.