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Retired WCCO anchor and investigative reporter Don Shelby (left) speaks with University of Minnesota Duluth student Ryan Kieffer following Shelby's lecture, "The most important story since journalism began -- global climate change," during UMD's Sustainability Fair on Tuesday. (Naomi Yaeger / nyaeger@duluthbudgeteer.com)

Longtime Minnesota TV reporter digs into global climate change

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After spending 32 years in front of the camera as an anchorman and investigative reporter for WCCO-TV in Minneapolis, Don Shelby wanted to apologize to people about climate change.


"For those of you who are confused on this issue," he said, "you're forgiven. It's my fault."

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