Local News

Fires Destroys North Minneapolis DuplexRed Cross volunteers are helping six people after a fire destroyed their duplex home in Minneapolis.
Driver Charged With Hitting 3 High School Students Out On BailA man charged with hitting three high school students with his pickup truck is now out of jail.
Man Stabbed At Target Field StationMetro Transit police say a man was stabbed Friday night at the Target Field Light Rail station in downtown Minneapolis.
SPPD: 45,000 To 60,000 At Women's March MinnesotaMore than 20,000 people have said they will attend the rally, but St. Paul Police say 45,000 to 65,000 people are already at the rally before noon.
Police: Brooklyn Center Gas Station Fight Leads To Drive-By ShootingAn altercation at a Brooklyn Center gas station led to a drive-by shooting early Saturday morning.
Minnesota's Game & Fish Fund Faces Looming Budget DeficitMinnesota's fish and wildlife programs are projected to go into the red as soon as next year.

Video

Trump Visits CIA, Blasts Media On 1st Day In OfficeFollowing the inauguration Friday, President Donald Trump got to work Saturday, his first full day on the job, Weijia Jiang reports (2:12). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Jan. 21, 2017
Hundreds Of Thousands Gather For Women's Marches Across U.S.People gathered in Washington, D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles and several other cities to send a message to President Donald Trump, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (0:38). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Jan. 21, 2017
Mike’s Mix: Café FredaA Minneapolis distillery owner credits much of his success to his favorite teacher. And as Mike Augustyniak saw, he found the perfect way to celebrate her impact (3:14). WCCO Saturday Morning – January 21, 2017
Junk Man Minneapolis' Declutter TipsIf your new year's resolution for 2017 was to clean up the house, maybe de-clutter a bit, Ed Fogarty can help! Natalie Nyhus and Mike Augustyniak meet the man behind Junk King Minneapolis! (2:57)
Mike and Natalie Hit Up The Boat ShowThe Minneapolis Boat Show is drawing thousands to the Minneapolis Convention Center this weekend, report Natalie Nyhus and Mike Augustyniak (2:44). WCCO Saturday Morning – January 21, 2017
Balmy Weather Greets Winter Trails DaySaturday is the perfect day to enjoy winter activities at Fort Snelling State Park, reports Rachel Slavik (4:36). WCCO Saturday Morning – January 21, 2017

Politics

SPPD: 45,000 To 60,000 At Women's March MinnesotaMore than 20,000 people have said they will attend the rally, but St. Paul Police say 45,000 to 65,000 people are already at the rally before noon.
Thousands Expected For Women's March In St. PaulMany Minnesotans are are heading east Friday night to the Women's March on Washington, but a Minnesota version is set to draw thousands.
Trump Sworn In As 45th President Of The United StatesIt was an historic moment Friday as Donald Trump took the oath of office as the 45th president of the United States.
Trump Supporters Celebrate Inauguration In Twin CitiesSupporters of President Donald Trump took in the inauguration across the Twin Cities Friday.
Anti-Trump Protesters March Through MinneapolisProtesters are marching through Minneapolis Friday, demonstrating against President Donald Trump.
CBS's Jamie Yuccas Attacked During Trump ProtestsYuccas reported that one protester assaulted her as Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.

Weather

Warm Temps Aren’t Going To Stop The Pond Hockey ChampionshipThe competition will have 75 teams competing on 16 rinks. And even if it’s above freezing, the games will go on.
Stillwater Ice Castle To Close Amid Warm WeatherCity officials in Stillwater say the popular Ice Castle attraction will close Thursday as a warming trend will crank temperatures in Minnesota up to the mid-40s.
Study: Climate Change Could Steal Picture-Perfect DaysGlobal warming is going to steal away some of those postcard-perfect weather days in the future, according to a first-of-its-kind projection of nice weather.

Crime

Driver Charged With Hitting 3 High School Students Out On BailA man charged with hitting three high school students with his pickup truck is now out of jail.
Man Stabbed At Target Field StationMetro Transit police say a man was stabbed Friday night at the Target Field Light Rail station in downtown Minneapolis.
Police: Brooklyn Center Gas Station Fight Leads To Drive-By ShootingAn altercation at a Brooklyn Center gas station led to a drive-by shooting early Saturday morning.
Gun Accidentally Discharges During Pistol-Whipping At Blaine LaundromatA bullet was accidentally fired at a Blaine laundromat Friday evening after a confrontation led to a pistol whipping.
Driver In Crash That Injured 3 Rogers H.S. Students ChargedA Lexington man has been charged in connection with a crash that left three Rogers High School students critically injured.
Man Charged In Fatal Shooting Of Wisconsin Sheriff's DeputyA suspect is charged with killing a western Wisconsin sheriff's deputy in October and endangering the safety of several other officers as they were arresting him.

Entertainment

4 Things To Know: Inauguration Day, Protests Over Inauguration, Eric Church & MoreFrom the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States to Eric Church performing at the Target Center, here is a look at the top four stories from Jan. 20, 2017.
Iron Maiden Bringing 'Book Of Souls' Tour To The Twin CitiesThe iconic British metal band Iron Maiden is returning to Minnesota this summer for the first time in 16 years.
Furor After Video Surfaces Of Dog Stunt In Upcoming MovieThe video shows a German shepherd apparently terrified to get into a pool and a trainer forcing the dog into the water.
Working For The Weekend: Top Entertainment BetsThe North American Pond Hockey Championships are among the fun events on tap around the Twin Cities this weekend.
Enhanced Tour, Photo Project To Honor Prince During AprilTo commemorate the anniversary of Prince’s death, Paisley Park is offering to take fans on an enhanced tour through the superstar’s Chanhassen compound during the entire month of April. Fans can also participate in a photo project to honor the Purple One.
Minnesotan To Meet: Photographer Robert EvansRobert Evans has spent nearly three decades capturing the walk down the aisle, not just for celebrities, but for everyday couples all over the country.

Health

Bill To Lower Cigar Tax Passes Minnesota House CommitteeA Minnesota House Committee advanced a bill on Thursday to lower the tax on premium cigars.
Minn. Lawmakers Continue Debate Over Relief For Insurance Rate HikesMinnesota lawmakers are working to offset massive health insurance premium increases for more than 100,000 residents who buy their own coverage.
Rare Rat Virus Infects 2 People In WisconsinHealth officials are investigating how a rare rat virus called the Seoul virus infected eight people in Wisconsin and Illinois.
Drinking Coffee May Help You Live Longer, Study FindsA study conducted by Stanford Medicine has found that drinking coffee can help you live longer.
Report: Abortion Rate Drops To Lowest Level Since LegalizationEven as the election outcome intensifies America's abortion debate, a comprehensive new survey finds the annual number of abortions in the U.S has dropped to well under 1 million, the lowest level since 1974.
Trump Assures Health Insurance 'For Everybody'An embrace of universal health care would mark a sharp break for most Republicans, as they plan to repeal and replace the current health care law.

Consumer

TCF Bank Accused Of ‘Tricking’ Consumers Into Costly Overdraft ServicesA federal financial protection agency is suing TCF Bank, accusing the Wayzata-based bank of tricking customers into costly overdraft services.
MOA's Movie Theater To Get Cutting-Edge MakeoverA new VIP movie theater is coming to Mall of America. The old theater, which had been there since the mall opened in 1992, closed in December.
Good Question: What Would Be The Economic Impact Of Sunday Liquor Sales?The bill to allow Sunday liquor sales in Minnesota has made it through to the House floor -- the furthest it has ever gone.
Is Your Vehicle Part Of The Largest Recall In U.S. History?The Takata airbag recall could affect more than 40 million vehicles in the United States.
US Bank's Richard Davis To Retire After Decade As CEOU.S. Bank Chairman and CEO Richard Davis announced Tuesday that he will retire from his job as head of one of the nation's largest regional banks.
Sunday Liquor Sales Bill Approved, Heads To House Floor For VoteA Minnesota House committee today took the first steps to allowing liquor stores to open on Sundays.

Water Cooler

Furor After Video Surfaces Of Dog Stunt In Upcoming MovieThe video shows a German shepherd apparently terrified to get into a pool and a trainer forcing the dog into the water.
Klondike Kate Named For 2017 St. Paul Winter CarnivalKristen Oster boasts that she was married in Las Vegas by an Elvis impersonator on leap day 2016.
Police Warn People Not To Lurk Behind Frozen Minnehaha FallsIt's been a problem for years and now someone has gotten hurt after trespassing at Minnehaha Falls.
White Bear Auto Dealer's Ice Rink Outtakes Go ViralThe video of outtakes has topped 2 million views on Facebook.
Man Pays Parents' Overdue Library Fees: $1,552.30The Minneapolis man used the 1970s-era fine rate of a nickel a day to calculate the fee.
Pennies, Nickels Cost More To Make Than They're WorthA spokesman for the U.S. Mint says it cost 1.5 cents to make a penny in 2016.

CBS National News

Women descend on D.C. to push back against new presidentWomen's March on Washington draws hundreds of thousands of women to nation’s capital as sister protests are held in other cities worldwide
At march, Madonna says she has thought about "blowing up the White House"Singer also used several expletives in voicing her opposition to Trump
Massive march turnout prompts change of plans in ChicagoSo many people turned out for the Women’s March​ on Chicago that organizers canceled their plans to march downtown
Women's March, in Washington and around the worldIn America's capital and in cities across the globe, millions take to the streets in solidarity against the new Trump administration
History of protests in the nation's capitalHundreds of thousands of people are demonstrating in Washington D.C. Saturday to protect rights many women feel could be in danger under President Trump's administration. They'll follow a long tradition of Americans marching to have their voices heard. Alex Wagner reports.
Ashley Judd speaks at Women's March on WashingtonMore than 200,000 protesters descended on Washington, D.C., for the Women's March On Washington. Watch actress Ashley Judd rally the crowd of what she calls "nasty women."

CBS World News

British Prime Minister Theresa May to visit Trump FridayMay will be the first foreign leader to visit Mr. Trump at the White House
Women's March, in Washington and around the worldIn America's capital and in cities across the globe, millions take to the streets in solidarity against the new Trump administration
55-year-old scuba diver mauled by shark, takes boat to islandAfter being attacked, 55-year-old man travels 70 miles by boat to Australian island that had nearest medical center
More survivors pulled out of Italy's avalanche-hit hotelCrews continue to search for more who may still be alive as family members await word on their relatives
Bob Schieffer's thoughts on President Trump's inaugural addressCBS News contributor Bob Schieffer witnessed his 14th presidential inauguration Friday. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share his impressions of Donald Trump's inaugural speech and thoughts on what lies ahead.
Biggest foreign policy challenges facing President TrumpCBS News foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan and Jeffrey Goldberg, editor-in-chief for The Atlantic, join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the top foreign policy issues facing the Trump administration, including the Syrian War and U.S.-Russia relations.

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