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In this Oct. 4, 2018 photo, from left, De Colores Collective co-founders Eva Arreguin, Patricia Arreguin and Rafael Tamayo pose for a photograph at Oak Cliff Cultural Center in Dallas. The trio have been giving Latino artists and members of the LGBTQ community an opportunity to put on art shows and music events. They also produce a podcast. (Carly Geraci/The Dallas Morning News via AP)

Supporters seek more attention for Dallas Latino artists

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A helicopter hovered above Jefferson Boulevard in Oak Cliff as protesters marched down the street holding anti-Donald Trump signs. They shouted "Whose streets? Our streets!" Dallas Police corralled them and arrested several.

Cooking club launches at the University of Minnesota

- Associated Press

How did the new Minnesota Cooking Club come to exist on campus? The answer involves a love of food, the social networking website Reddit and a persistent University of Minnesota graduate student who wanted to create a space for people who like to eat.

Oklahoma Railway Museum prepares for 20th year in operation

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The train engine bells started to cling and clang. The bell's rhythm was interrupted by the blast of the horn. And the Oklahoma Railway Museum's popular Halloween Train ride pulled out of the 1906 depot as costumed riders peered out passenger car windows at a crisp, fall day.

US Marshals Museum receives permit to complete construction

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The U.S. Marshals Museum has obtained a building permit valued at $19 million that will allow it to complete construction of the U.S. Marshals Service's national museum on the banks of the Arkansas River.

ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, NOV. 19 - In this Friday, Nov. 9, 2018 photo, veteran Tom McLaughlin, right, readies himself for a ride to a deer blind in Chester Woods Park in Olmsted County, Minn., with help from Nate Pike, left, of Olmsted County Veterans Services. Olmsted County has closed the park for about two weeks to allow hunts to manage the deer herd in the park. Disabled veterans get an opportunity to hunt for four of those days. (Ken Klotzbach/The Rochester Post-Bulletin via AP)

Disabled veterans bond during annual Minnesota dear hunt

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Tom McLaughlin sat shotgun in a Polaris ATV with his blaze orange jacket, 870 Remington shotgun and wooden walking stick while he was driven out to his hunting blind on the far southeast side of Chester Woods Park.

Fourth-grader Isaiah Lanphear learns to play the recorder with his classmates on Nov. 7, 2018 at Wrighstown Elementary School. Lanphear, who lost his hand in a lawn mowing accident, uses a device made by a 3D printer to help him hold the musical instrument. (Sarah Kloepping /The Post-Crescent via AP)

Wisconsin boy adapts after losing hand in accident

- Associated Press

Different tempos came from either side of the room as kids began playing along to a recording of "Hot Cross Buns." A couple of wrong notes were sprinkled here and there, and as some shyly played, others played with a little too much oomph.