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CHICAGO _ The painfully cold weather system that put much of the Midwest into a historic deep freeze was easing its grip Thursday, though temperatures still tumbled to record lows in some places. Disruptions caused by the cold will persist, too, including power outages and canceled flights and trains. Crews in Detroit will need days to repair water mains that burst Wednesday, and other pipes may still burst in persistent subzero temperatures. By Michael Tarm and Corey Williams. SENT: 1,060 words, photos, video. Developing.
WINTER WEATHER-THE LATEST, WINTER WEATHER-MINNESOTA
AROUND THE STATE:
WASHINGTON _ The clearest path for Democrats to return to the White House runs straight through the Upper Midwest, fueling debate over who is best positioned to recapture the region’s working-class voters who broke for President Donald Trump in 2016. Though the first prominent Democrats to announce their 2020 candidacies hail from the coasts, several Midwestern natives — including Sens. Sherrod Brown of Ohio and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota — are offering themselves as potential contenders uniquely attuned to the region’s priorities. By Elana Schor and Sara Burnett. SENT: 1,140 words, photos.
SISTER’S PHOTOS-FATAL STABBING
BIG TEN-THIS WEEK
The game of the week in the Big Ten pits No. 21 Maryland against No. 24 Wisconsin. The Terrapins won the first meeting two weeks ago. By Eric Olson. SENT: 575 words, photos.
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