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NEAR ORONOCO, Minn. (KTTC) Here in Minnesota, mother nature likes to switch things up every now then to keep us on our toes, and it dealt us a hefty dose of winter to kick off this work week.While driving has been a bit challenging, wind reaching up to 40 miles an hour, and roads have been covered in a mix of snow and slush, we went out on Tuesday to capture some of the beauty of this weather.Because as much as some of us would like the snow to get off our cars and off the roads, we have to admit it is beautiful.Despite all the shoveling and snow blowing you might doing, it might be a good idea to take a moment and enjoy the scenery. There’s no doubt the trees look magical covered in thick layers of snow, courtesy of the half a foot of snow we had on Monday.If you have some, time check out the Zumbro River; the black and white contrast looks magnificent.The winter storm warning is over, but temperatures this week are expected to drop, and it looks like we have some more snow on the horizon this Sunday.At least 2 dead in NYC helicopter crashAt least 2 dead in NYC helicopter crashA helicopter has crashed into New York City’s East River, killing at least two people. Coast Guard says there were six people on board the helicopter. Officials say one person was rescued by a tugboat and five people were recovered by police and fire department divers. Their conditions were unknown. A spokesman for the mayor’s office, Eric Phillips, confirmed the fatalities on Twitter Sunday night.A helicopter has crashed into New York City’s East River, killing at least two people. Coast Guard says there were six people on board the helicopter. Officials say one person was rescued by a tugboat and five people were recovered by police and fire department divers. Their conditions were unknown. A spokesman for the mayor’s office, Eric Phillips, confirmed the fatalities on Twitter Sunday night.Trump’s school plan envisions arming teachersTrump’s school plan envisions arming teachersThe White House is pledging to help states pay for firearms training for teachers and repeating its call to improve the background check system as part of a new plan to prevent school shootings. But in a move sure to please the powerful gun lobby, the plan does not include a push to increase the minimum age for purchasing assault weapons to 21.The White House is pledging to help states pay for firearms training for teachers and repeating its call to improve the background check system as part of a new plan to prevent school shootings. But in a move sure to please the powerful gun lobby, the plan does not include a push to increase the minimum age for purchasing assault weapons to 21.Want to track down animals? Come to Chester Woods Park!Want to track down animals? Come to Chester Woods Park!Chester Woods is allowing guests to learn more about tracking animals in the wild.Chester Woods is allowing guests to learn more about tracking animals in the wild. Kevin Farias survived and is in critical condition Sunday. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office got the call Saturday morning after a motorist found Farias and 32 year old Jessica Johnson of Wisconsin, and their 1 year old daughter, lying in the middle of a remote clay road in the Ocala National Forest. Kevin Farias survived and is in critical condition Sunday. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office got the call Saturday morning after a motorist found Farias and 32 year old Jessica Johnson of Wisconsin, and their 1 year old daughter, lying in the middle of a remote clay road in the Ocala National Forest.Minnesota wind projects face oppositionMinnesota wind projects face oppositionThe future of two wind projects in south central Minnesota is uncertain as opposition from area residents grows. Minnesota Public Radio reports that Wind Locked is a group made up of farmers who oppose having a wind turbine on their land. The group has more than 80 members in Faribault County who don’t want turbines taking up productive farmland and are concerned about noise from the machines.The future of two wind projects in south central Minnesota is uncertain as opposition from area residents grows. Minnesota Public Radio reports that Wind Locked is a group made up of farmers who oppose having a wind turbine on their land. The group has more than 80 members in Faribault County who don’t want turbines taking up productive farmland and are concerned about noise from the machines.Century High School students help children explore STEMCentury High School students help children explore STEMThe Century High School STEM Society club spent time with kids at the Minnesota Children’s Museum Rochester Sunday afternoon to do a STEM activity.
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