Midday Briefs November 21st, 2023

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>>Rochester Woman Sentenced to 10 Days for Role in US Capitol Breach (Washington, D.C.) — A woman from southeast Minnesota will spend ten days in prison and 90 days in home detention for her actions during the U-S Capitol breach on January 6th, 2021. The U-S Attorney’s Office in Washington, D-C says 41-year-old Victoria White […]

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Morning Headlines November 21st, 2023

>>Fairview CEO to Meet With Task Force on U of M Partnership (St. Paul, MN) — Fairview C-E-O James Hereford meets this afternoon ( Tues 1-3pm) with a special task force convened by Governor Tim Walz after the health system said Monday it does not want to renew its current partnership with the University of […] The post Morning Headlines November 21st, 2023 appeared first on Minnesota News Network.

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