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Significant, Controversial Bills In Trouble At Legislative SessionMinnesota lawmakers are assembling the biggest spending bills of the year. Some are suddenly in trouble.
Minnesota Farmers, Truckers Team Up To Help Wildfire VictimsAt the Gilman Creamery in central Minnesota, relief is stacked in long rows -- bales of donated hay, set to be loaded and delivered to cattle ranchers more than 800 miles away.
Wells Fargo Upgrading To Card-Free ATMsWells Fargo is upgrading all of its ATMs, so you can take out money without using a debit card.
'This Has To Stop': Woman Says She Was Target Of Hate Speech, ThreatsMinneapolis police are investigating one woman's experience as the alleged target of hate speech and threats.
Blaine Man Convicted In Fatal Hit & RunA jury has convicted a 28-year-old man who sped through a Twin Cities suburb and fatally struck a man standing by a roadside mailbox last spring.

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Kansas Ranchers To Get Minnesota Farmer's HelpWith wildfires devastating farms across the Midwest, Minnesota is lending a helping hand, Bill Hudson reports (1:56). WCCO 4 News At 5 – March 23, 2017
Cannabis For Canines? Medical Marijuana Takes New StepDog owners are buying a legal type of cannabis to give their canines some relief, Liz Collin reports (0:50). WCCO 4 News At 5 – March 23, 2017
Minn. Lawmakers Crafting Spending Bill On Guns, TaxesSome controversial bills are suddenly in trouble at the State Capitol, Pat Kessler reports (3:40). WCCO 4 News At 5 – March 23, 2017
'This Has To Stop' Woman Says She Was Target Of Hate Speech, ThreatsShe says she was driving in Uptown when a man and woman began following her and threatening her, Nina Moini reports (2:18). WCCO 4 News At 5 – March 23, 2017
House Republicans Postpone Health Care VoteOf Minnesota's three Republican members of the House of Representatives, only Erik Paulsen said he would vote for the bill, Esme Murphy reports (2:33). WCCO 4 News At 5 – March 23, 2017
Caught On Video: Trooper Uses PIT Maneuver On Suspected Stolen VehicleMnDOT cameras shows a Minnesota State Trooper using the PIT maneuver on Minneapolis man accused of stealing a vehicle and fleeing police Wednesday. WCCO 4 News - March 23, 2017

Politics

Significant, Controversial Bills In Trouble At Legislative SessionMinnesota lawmakers are assembling the biggest spending bills of the year. Some are suddenly in trouble.
GOP Lawmakers Angry With Minn. Company For Shipping Pot OilMinnesota lawmakers want to crack down on one of the state's medical marijuana companies whose former executives have been charged with illegally shipping $500,000 of marijuana oils to New York, pushing legislation allowing regulators to revoke the manufacturer's license and levy a huge fine.
House Republicans Postpone Health Care VoteThe GOP plans to meet behind closed doors Thursday night to consider their next steps.
Republicans Making Late Push To Repeal ObamacareLawmakers are scheduled to vote on the GOP replacement for Obamacare, but Republican leadership is having a hard time getting the votes needed to pass it.
Sen. Schumer Officially Opposed To Gorsuch NominationTop Senate Democrat Charles Schumer is now officially on record as opposing President Donald Trump's choice for the Supreme Court.
4 Things To Know: London Attack, Health Care Vote & MoreFrom arrests made in London's deadly terror attack to a big vote on the Obamacare replacement, here are the four things to know for Thursday, March 23.

Weather

Poll: 68% Of Americans Believe Humans Are Causing Climate ChangeA new survey shows concern about climate change is growing in the United States.
Two Rounds Of March Snow On The WayRemember when it was almost 70 degrees in parts of Minnesota last week? Ah, such sweet memories.
After Record-Breaking Warmth, Minnesotans Brace For Big Snow StormThe winter warm-up has surely been enjoyable for people, but some are feeling the exact same way about the incoming storm.

Crime

Blaine Man Convicted In Fatal Hit & RunA jury has convicted a 28-year-old man who sped through a Twin Cities suburb and fatally struck a man standing by a roadside mailbox last spring.
GOP Lawmakers Angry With Minn. Company For Shipping Pot OilMinnesota lawmakers want to crack down on one of the state's medical marijuana companies whose former executives have been charged with illegally shipping $500,000 of marijuana oils to New York, pushing legislation allowing regulators to revoke the manufacturer's license and levy a huge fine.
Suspect In US Jewish Center Bomb Threats Arrested In IsraelIsraeli police on Thursday arrested a 19-year-old Israeli Jewish man as the primary suspect in a string of bomb threats targeting Jewish community centers and other institutions in the U.S., marking a potential breakthrough in the case
Man Gets 20 Years For Hermantown Drive-By ShootingOfficials in northern Minnesota say a Duluth man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday after being convicted in a September drive-by shooting in Hermantown.
Health Department Investigating Neglect, Death At Waite Park FacilityThe Minnesota Department of Health is investigating after a patient at a facility in Waite Park died a day after suffering seizures and not receiving proper pain medication.
U Of M Law Professor Charged Swindling Over $4M From InvestorsA University of Minnesota Law School professor was indicted for swindling over $4 million from investors of a private company he owned.

Entertainment

Local Music Tap: 4 Shows To See This WeekendFrom hip hop to heavy thrash metal, this week’s 4-show lineup includes a healthy amount of new music release parties as well as a nice early show Sunday afternoon. Check them out below.
Prince's Guitar Up For SaleThe white guitar, nicknamed "Cloud," was a gift to the late musician by his bodyguard.
Liverpool To Honor 50 Years Of 'Sgt. Pepper'The city of Liverpool is getting set to celebrate the half-centenary of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band."
Kelsea Ballerini, Tim McGraw And Faith Hill Added To List Of 2017 ACM Performers
ACM Awards Watch: Single, Song And Album Of The Year
‘Haunted Basement’ To Move Out Of The Soap Factory, Become Independent ProjectAfter a decade of scaring the wits out of fear fans, the Haunted Basement is creeping out of The Soap Factory and will be forming an independent project.

Health

House Republicans Postpone Health Care VoteThe GOP plans to meet behind closed doors Thursday night to consider their next steps.
Republicans Making Late Push To Repeal ObamacareLawmakers are scheduled to vote on the GOP replacement for Obamacare, but Republican leadership is having a hard time getting the votes needed to pass it.
Health Department Investigating Neglect, Death At Waite Park FacilityThe Minnesota Department of Health is investigating after a patient at a facility in Waite Park died a day after suffering seizures and not receiving proper pain medication.
Wis. Lawmaker Says People Are 'Terrified' Over GOP Health Care PlanA Democratic state lawmaker says people in her Madison legislative district are "terrified" about changes being proposed to the federal health care law.
4 Things To Know: London Attack, Health Care Vote & MoreFrom arrests made in London's deadly terror attack to a big vote on the Obamacare replacement, here are the four things to know for Thursday, March 23.
House Republican Committee Votes To Abolish MNsureRepublicans on a State House Committee on Wednesday voted to abolish Minnesota's health care exchange.

Consumer

Wells Fargo Upgrading To Card-Free ATMsWells Fargo is upgrading all of its ATMs, so you can take out money without using a debit card.
DeRusha Eats: Isabel Street HeatWhen he's not at his day job at the Motorwerks BMW shop, Tony Stoy is probably in a St. Paul commercial kitchen, tinkering with his latest flavor of Isabel Street Heat hot sauce.
Wisconsin Fights For More Cheese RecognitionEven though Wisconsin produces the most cheese in the country, the state hasn't honored the food with an official designation.
Good Question: What Are Those Extra Cellphone Charges?Ever read the fine print on your cell phone bill? WCCO viewer Jeff from Alexandria did and noticed an extra $6 a month in taxes, surcharges and fees.
To Subscribe Or Not To Subscribe: The Consumer's DilemmaConsumers can't seem to escape offers that give us a deal or pledge to save us money. Many come through what are called subscriptions. It's how companies turn us from a one-time customer into a loyal one.
1st Day Of Spring Means Free Dairy Queen ConeSpring officially started at six seconds past 5:28 a.m. Monday.

Water Cooler

Prince's Guitar Up For SaleThe white guitar, nicknamed "Cloud," was a gift to the late musician by his bodyguard.
Liverpool To Honor 50 Years Of 'Sgt. Pepper'The city of Liverpool is getting set to celebrate the half-centenary of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band."
The Most Popular Dog Breed In America Is ...The Rottweiler's No. 8 ranking was its highest in almost 20 years.
Shaq Joins Other NBA Players In Declaring Earth To Be FlatThe Hall of Famer and TNT analyst says he drives from Florida to California on a regular basis and that "it's flat to me."
Surprise! RuPaul Is MarriedRuPaul revealed his recent nuptials during an appearance on TV's "Hollywood Today Live."
When Earth Heats Up, Mammals Shrink, Study SaysWhen Earth warmed suddenly and naturally about 54 million years ago, three different species shrank noticeably.

CBS National News

Ex-Baylor football player arrested on sexual assault chargesShamychel "Myke" Chatman, 23, was detained in Houston on a warrant charging three counts of sexual assault
3/23: Freedom Caucus delays GOP health care bill; Cancer survivor to complete Explorers Grand SlamRepublican leaders had no choice but to postpone the vote on the new GOP health care bill after it became clear on Thursday that it did not have the votes to pass; Sean Swarner is gearing up to journey to the North Pole in April, making him the first cancer survivor to complete the Explorers Grand Slam, which entails climbing the highest peaks on every continent and visiting both poles
Chicago cop accused of shooting black teen faces new chargesFormer officer Jason Van Dyke, who has already been charged with first-degree of murder, was given one new battery count for each shot fired
Freedom Caucus delays GOP health care billRepublican leaders had no choice but to postpone the vote on the new GOP health care bill after it became clear on Thursday that it did not have the votes to pass. President Trump and other leaders had made a last-minute push to garner support. Chip Reid reports.
Israeli-American arrested for Jewish Community Center threatsIsraeli authorities have arrested a 19-year-old man believed to be responsible for most of the 160 recent bomb threats phoned in to Jewish centers across the world. The motive for the threats remains unclear. Anna Werner has more.
Suspect detained in deaths of 2 adults, 2 kidsFour people, including two children, were found dead inside a Sacramento home Thursday

CBS World News

Man acquitted of rape because woman didn't screamA court in Turin ruled last month that a woman saying "Enough!" to her colleague who allegedly raped her constituted too weak a reaction to prove she was sexually attacked
Details revealed about London attack suspect and victimsBritish-born 52-year-old Khalid Masood is the man authorities say left a trail of carnage through the heart of London on Wednesday. Elizabeth Palmer has more on Masood and the four victims who were killed in the attack.
Lawyer: JCC suspect's brain tumor may have led to threatsThe unnamed 18-year-old did not go to school or serve in the army, according to his public defender
$2.50 vaccine could prevent thousands of childhood deathsA new study shows the vaccine is safe and effective against a deadly diarrheal disease that kills hundreds of children per day
3-year-old who removed Pope Francis' skullcap speaks outMany visitors to Vatican City try to catch a glimpse of the pope. But an American girl visiting from Georgia Wednesday stole a kiss from Pope Francis and his skullcap. Seth Doane reports from Rome, where he spoke with the girl about her true intentions.
7 arrested as ISIS claims London terror attackScotland Yard's top antiterrorism officer says arrests made in raids linked to attack on Parliament as ISIS makes claim, but provides no evidence

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