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A new law makes thousands of dollars in incentives available for home energy upgrades.
Some 79% of customers, or 414,000, were without power in Nova Scotia, and 95%, or 82,000, had lost power on Prince Edward Island, utility companies said.
Fiona had already battered a series of Caribbean islands earlier in the week, killing at least eight and knocking out power for virtually all of Puerto Rico's 3.3 million people during a sweltering heat wave. Nearly a million customers remained without power five days later.

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Ukrainian officials said people were banned from leaving some occupied areas until the four-day vote was over, armed groups were going into homes, and employees were threatened with the sack if they did not participate.
Stop-arm violations put kids at risk but continue to occur in the Brainerd lakes area.
He was being held in the Hennepin County Jail as of Friday morning
Demonstrators plan to gather in downtown Minneapolis on Saturday
A Wadena County Sheriff’s deputy was observing traffic near the city of Verndale when the deputy observed a vehicle speeding and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle.
The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office responded to the call, reported at 11:01 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, on the 22000 block of Cottontail Drive.

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Schools across the country have experienced false calls regarding active shooters in recent weeks, prompting law enforcement to investigate the matter. In Minnesota, 15 schools, from Rochester to Cloquet received hoax calls this week.
Three of the suspects have left the country, but prosecutors still don't consider most of the others to pose a flight risk.

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