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Pedestrian Struck And Killed By Train In Big LakeA person is dead after being hit by a train in Big Lake Wednesday evening, according to a statement from the BNSF rail company.
1 Injured In North Minneapolis ShootingPolice say a woman was shot in the back and taken to North Memorial Medical Center.
Good Question: Why Do We Care So Much About Makeup?We're so used to celebrities wearing make-up that when they don't it creates headlines.
KFAN Host Among Those Infected In Legionnaires' OutbreakThere are now 20 confirmed cases of Legionnaires' Disease in the Twin Cities, and everyone who has tested positive has lived, worked or visited the city of Hopkins.
Earlier FAFSA Submission Date Offers Students Better Chance At AidThere is an enormous change in the college aid application process and it is happening in just days.
Officials: Wisconsin Flood Damage Approaching $20 MillionWisconsin emergency management officials say the damage to homes, businesses and public infrastructure from flooding that started last week is now approaching $20 million.

Video

Students Can Now Submit FAFSA EarlierA change in college financial aid could save your family thousands of dollars a year, reports Esme Murphy (2:23). WCCO 4 News At 10 – September 28, 2016
Good Question: Why Do We Care So Much About Makeup?Heather Brown goes make-up free to tackle this Good Question (2:15). WCCO 4 News At 10 – September 28, 2016
Ryder Cup Players Praise Their CaddiesJennifer Mayerle goes to Hazeltine National Golf Club to talk with top golfers about their caddies (3:17). WCCO 4 News At 10 – September 28, 2016
KFAN Host Talks About His Legionnaires’ Disease ScareJohn Lauritsen talks with a radio host who contracted Legionnaires’ disease -- and what he wants people to know about the illness (2:01). WCCO 4 News At 10 – September 28, 2016
Life Story: Gary ClancyGary was a longtime writer for Outdoor News and an avid hunter and fisherman, Angela Davis reports (2:43). WCCO 4 News At 6 – September 28, 2016
In New Strategy, Mills Aims To Tie Nolan To ClintonIt’s a strategy Democrats have already used – tying Donald Trump’s views to local Congressional candidates, Pat Kessler reports (2:28). WCCO 4 News At 6 – September 28, 2016

Politics

In New Strategy, Mills Aims To Tie Nolan To ClintonOutside political groups are pouring millions of dollars into Minnesota to buy television ads linking Republicans to GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Senate Dems Side With GOP Against Obama's 9/11 Bill VetoSenate Democrats abandoned President Barack Obama Wednesday, siding with Republicans to overwhelmingly reject his veto and permit families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for the kingdom's alleged backing of the attackers.
Outside Money Flying Into Minnesota Legislative RacesMillions of dollars in attack ads and mailers are flying as the battle for control of Minnesota's Legislature heats up.
Trump Campaigns In Wisconsin, Brings Rally To WaukeshaGOP presidential candidate Donald Trump campaigns in Waukesha on Wednesday. His rally at the Waukesha County Expo Center will get underway at 6 p.m.
4 Things To Know: Fmr. Israeli President Shimon Peres, Lynx Head To Playoffs & MoreFrom the death of former Israeli President Shimon Peres to the Senate voting to override President Obama's veto on the 9/11 bill, here is a look at the top four stories from Sept. 28, 2016.
Monday Night's Debate Was The Most-Watched In HistoryMonday night’s presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump drew at least 81 million viewers.

Weather

Officials: Wisconsin Flood Damage Approaching $20 MillionWisconsin emergency management officials say the damage to homes, businesses and public infrastructure from flooding that started last week is now approaching $20 million.
75% Of Waseca Homes, Businesses Have Flood DamageThe realization of damage from last week's storms is quickly growing in southern Minnesota.
Cedar River Recedes, Forecasted To Drop Below Flood StageAuthorities say the Cedar River in Iowa is slowly receding from its crest in Cedar Rapids, and a new forecast says the water level will drop below flood stage sooner than expected.

Crime

1 Injured In North Minneapolis ShootingPolice say a woman was shot in the back and taken to North Memorial Medical Center.
Somali Child Care Center Burglarized, Vandalized In ShakopeePolice in Shakopee are offering a $1,000 reward for information after a Somali child care center was burglarized and vandalized.
4th Charged In Fatal St. Paul Shooting Of Minnetonka TeenagerFour people have been charged in the death of a Minnetonka High School student during an alleged robbery in St. Paul. Ramsey County prosecutors say 16-year-old Samantha Burnette was fatally shot after fighting back when her sister was pistol-whipped in an alley Sunday.
FBI Director: Extremism Likely Influenced St. Cloud Mall AttackFBI Director James Comey says the man who stabbed 10 people in a Minnesota mall before being shot and killed appears to have been inspired, at least in part, by extremist ideology.
Isaac Kolstad Sues Men, Bars In 2014 AssaultA former Minnesota State University, Mankato, football player has sued two men convicted of causing the student's permanent brain injuries during a 2014 assault.
Report: Police Across The U.S. Abuse Confidential DatabasesPolice officers across the country misuse confidential law enforcement databases to get information on romantic partners, business associates, neighbors, journalists and others for reasons that have nothing to do with daily police work, an Associated Press investigation has found.

Entertainment

Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith Bring Christmas Concert To Target CenterFans of Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith may have something to put on their grown-up Christmas lists this year! The duo is bringing their holiday concert, "Christmas with Amy Grant & Michael W. Smith," to the Target Center this December.
Prince's Family To Host 'Dance On 'Til Dawn' Parties At MusePrince's family is hosting three all-night dance parties in October to honor the music legend.
With No Will Surfacing, Work To Settle Prince Estate Moves ForwardWork to settle Prince's estate is moving forward, and a closed hearing is expected to be held this week to resolve an undisclosed dispute between the likely heirs and the trust company that's managing the estate.
Sheila E. To Headline 2nd Prince Tribute At Orchestra HallIf you couldn't get tickets to the Prince tribute at the Xcel on Oct. 13, you're in luck. Another tribute has just been announced.
'Demon' Is A Dark, Beautiful Party DisasterOne of the worst times to be possessed by a malicious spirit is at one’s wedding, and that’s exactly what seems to happen to the groom in Marcin Wrona’s smart and gorgeous “Demon,” a Polish film that examines how people respond to on-going disasters and the atrocities of the past.
Report: Brad Pitt Was ‘Out Of Control’ On MN Airport TarmacAn incident involving Brad Pitt being "out of control" on a tarmac after a flight from France occurred at a Minnesota airport, according to TMZ.

Health

KFAN Host Among Those Infected In Legionnaires' OutbreakThere are now 20 confirmed cases of Legionnaires' Disease in the Twin Cities, and everyone who has tested positive has lived, worked or visited the city of Hopkins.
North Dakota Among 9 States Considering Legalizing MarijuanaFrom California, with its counterculture heritage, to the fishing ports and mill towns of Maine, millions of Americans in nine states have a chance to vote Nov. 8 on expanding legal access to marijuana. Collectively, the ballot measures amount to the closest the U.S. has come to a national referendum on the drug.
3 More Confirmed Cases Brings Legionnaires' Outbreak To 20The Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed three more cases of Legionnaires' disease related to the outbreak in Hopkins, bringing the total to 20 cases.
Kylie's Kids: Meet JaceBack to school is a time for excitement, new beginnings, new lessons. One metro school got an extra lesson about cancer this year. When Kylie's Kid, Jace, started first grade, his parents wanted to make sure all his friends understood why he looked a little different from last year.
Study: Regular Date Nights Help Create Successful MarriagesDate nights may be the key to a successful relationship. A new study by British researchers found that splitting up is 14 percent less likely if married couples find time to go out on a date once a month.
Fundraising Walk Raises Money For Children With Apraxia Of SpeechA fundraising walk took place on Sunday to raise money for children with apraxia of speech.

Consumer

Target Customers Angered Over Pill Bottle ChangeLongtime customers of Target's pharmacies are finding a change in pill bottle design hard to swallow. After CVS began operating Target's drugstores earlier this year, distraught customers have been asking — in some cases begging — the drugstore chain to bring back the retailer's red prescription bottles, which came with color-coded rings, labeling on the top and prescription information that was easier to read.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Arcade In MinnesotaFrom pinball to Pac-Man, arcades are making a comeback. You will find the new Up-Down Minneapolis arcade bar in Uptown. There, the present looks a lot like the past.
Ryder Cup Merchandising Tent Selling Team UniformsBeginning this Friday, golf fans can choose from six different Ralph Lauren designed team outfits -- both practice and competition uniforms.
Airbnb Says Biggest Twin Cities Spike Is During PrideAirbnb released data that shows the largest local spike in home-sharing transactions happens during Twin Cities Pride.
Good Question: Why Are We Seeing More Food Recalls?There have been about 30 food recalls across the country, just this month.
List Of Macy's Stores Likely For Upgrades Doesn't Include Nicollet MallMacy's has unveiled a list of stores it plans on targeting for upgrades, a move which some say could give a better idea of which stores are among the 100 it announced it will close next year.

Water Cooler

2 In 5 Americans Don't Take Any Vacation TimeMonday marks Labor Day, and many are taking the day off from work. However, 41 percent of employers do have some staff working during the holiday.
8-Foot Snake Captured In Glencoe AreaAuthorities captured an 8-foot snake in the Glencoe area over the weekend, and are now looking for the owner.
Amazon Experiments With 30-Hour Work WeekAccording to reports, the 30-hour employees would get the same benefits as full-time employees, but a lower salary.
Maladjusted Clown Menaces Green BayPolice in Green Bay, Wisconsin, say they have received a number of calls after someone was spotted dressed up as a scary clown holding black balloons.
Video Shows Dispute Between Veterans, 'Pokemon Go' PlayersLeaders in Winona are considering adding a city ordinance because of a controversy surrounding "Pokemon Go."
Good Questions: Yawning, Decaf Coffee & CarbonationEvery Friday, Heather Brown takes a look at some of the Good Questions viewers have sent in throughout the week.

CBS National News

From worst to first: Red Sox clinch AL East crown
9/28: Police: Teen shoots 3 at S.C. elementary school; Wells Fargo punished by California for fake account scandal
Hillary Clinton wooing Bernie Sanders' young supporters
Police: Teen shoots 3 at S.C. elementary school
Samsung faces new troubles with exploding washers
El Cajon police questioned after fatal shooting

CBS World News

Israel's Peres remembered for his "pursuit of peace"
Shimon Peres hailed as "a soldier for Israel"
Anti-sex-trafficking summit aims for global solution
Aleppo becomes Syria’s “slaughterhouse” of kids
Iraq asks for more U.S. troops in build-up to key battle
U.S. to send additional 600 troops to Iraq

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