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WBL Student Dies after Accident on High School Grounds

Friends say a freak accident took the life of a young teen. Ninth-grader Sawyer Moeller died Friday after the school says he was involved in an accident early last week inside the school.

The news of the tragedy echoed through the halls of White Bear Lake's North campus on Friday after teachers told students that Moeller had died.

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Governor's Residence Christmas Tree Cut from Nemadji State Forest

The Christmas tree for the governor’s official residence in St. Paul is making a 155 mile-long journey to the Twin Cities from the Nemadji State Forest.

The tree is a 50-foot balsam fir. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources staff and the Conservation Corps Minnesota cut the tree down Friday.

Organizers: Trucks Bringing 'Holiday Lights in the Park' Display Delayed Out East

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Volunteers were scheduled to start setting up the Holiday Lights in the Park display at St. Paul’s Phalen Park on Friday, but organizers say the trucks bringing the lights are stuck out east because of the huge amount of snow some states have received.

Donations Accepted to Send Holiday Gifts to Minn. Troops Overseas

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Community members can help send Minnesota military members a gift from home this holiday season.

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Kozy Shack Recalls Some Puddings over Labeling

Pudding maker Kozy Shack Enterprises is recalling some of its puddings because they are not labeled as containing milk.
The voluntary recall involves 4-ounce cups of Foodservice Kozy Shack Simply Well Chocolate Pudding.

St. Paul Teacher to Join Madison Scouts in Macy's Day Parade

Robert Pilot plays his trumpet for KSTP photographer, Dave Peterson. - Photo: KSTP/Jamie Ries

A St. Paul teacher is making his way to New York City in a big way. Harding High School's Robert Pilot will join forces with the Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps for the 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. He will play the trumpet. 

Police: Teen Girl Busts St. Paul Prostitution Ring

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Authorities have charged a woman and two men who they say ran a St. Paul prostitution ring and recruited an underage runaway.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports the three people in their 20s were each charged Wednesday with six sex-trafficking felonies, including soliciting and promotion of underage prostitution.