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Minneapolis Restaurants File Suit Over City's COVID Vaccine MandateThe plaintiffs listed on the suit include Smack Shack, Sneaky Pete's, Jimmy John's, Bunkers Music Bar & Grill, The Gay 90's, Wild Greg's Saloon, and Urban Forage.
MN WEATHER: Several Rounds Of Light Snow Expected Over Next Several DaysSeveral light snow systems are expected over the next several days.
1 Injured In Uptown Minneapolis ShootingMinneapolis police are investigating after an argument turned into a shooting in Uptown early Friday morning
COVID In Minnesota: Positivity Rate, New Cases Per Capita Appear To Be Leveling OffWith the state's average positivity rate seemingly leveling off amid the omicron variant, Minnesota officials on Monday reported 11,828 new cases and 36 more deaths due to COVID-19.
Minnesota Comedian, Actor Louie Anderson Dies At 68Louie Anderson, an actor and comedian who starred in "Baskets" and as "Family Feud" host, has died at age 68.
Minnesota Ranks Among Top 10 Most Active States, But It's Not All Good NewsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tracked all 50 states and found those in the south are least active. Colorado has the most active people.
Driver Shot While On I-394 In St. Louis Park, Investigation UnderwayOfficials in St. Louis Park say a person has been hospitalized after a shooting on Interstate 394 Thursday evening.
3 Shot, 1 Dead In Cedar-Riverside Area Of MinneapolisOne person is dead and two others are injured after a shooting in Minneapolis late Thursday evening.
4 Bodies, Including Infant, Found Near MN-Canada Border; Man Charged With Human SmugglingFour people, including an infant, were found dead from apparent exposure to the cold Wednesday just feet away from Minnesota’s border with Canada.
Bus Driver Found Dead By High School Basketball Team In Southwestern MNA bus driver was found dead by members of a high school basketball team Tuesday night in southwestern Minnesota.
FBI Warrants Say Twin Cities Organization Claiming To Feed Children Instead Spent Money On Cars, Trips And HomesFederal agents executed search warrants on more than a dozen properties connected to what FBI search warrants call an alleged pattern of deception, money laundering and fraud by a Minneapolis organization claiming to feed at-risk children.
Walz Spending Plan Includes $150 To $350 Checks Directly To Minnesota HouseholdsThe checks are part of his supplemental spending plan, earmarking money from a projected $7.7 billion surplus. Some single filers would qualify for $150 while married couples that make up to a certain amount would get $350.
'Embrace The North': Sauna Culture Growing In The Twin CitiesWhat some Minnesotans are doing to heat up their winter fun is evolving.
How Does Minnesota Cold Stack Up Against Other States?
Enbridge Energy: Pierced Aquifer Near Minnesota Section Of Oil Pipeline FixedEnbridge Energy said it has stopped the flow of spilled artesian groundwater that began a year ago when workers installing the Line 3 oil pipeline in northwestern Minnesota punctured an aquifer.

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Caitlin Clark Sets Big Ten Record As Iowa Women Rout GophersCaitlin Clark recorded her second straight triple-double, setting a Big Ten record with her fourth of the season, and was responsible for more points than Minnesota scored as No. 25 Iowa rolled to a 105-49 victory over the Golden Gophers on Thursday night.
Edina Native Makes Rare Offensive Lineman TD Catch, Securing Bills' Playoff DreamsThe Doyles traveled from Minnesota to Buffalo to watch the Bills play their rival -- the New England Patriots -- in the first round of the playoffs. Tommy Doyle is a rookie offensive tackle for the team.
'I'm Back': Sylvia Fowles Announces Return To Lynx On InstagramIt appears the reigning WNBA Defensive Player of the Year will be back in Minnesota next season.
Cowboys' OC Kellen Moore Interviews For Vikings' Head Coaching JobThis year, the 32-year-old coordinated an offense that ranked No. 1 in both points and yards.
Minnesota Twins' Ron Gardenhire, Dan Gladden And César Tovar Elected To Team’s Hall Of FameThe Minnesota Twins on Thursday announced that Ron Gardenhire, Dan Gladden and César Tovar will be inducted into the club’s Hall of Fame.
Pond Hockey, Snow Sculpting Events Bringing International Attention To MN Winter FunOur local pride in bundling up to head outside in the cold is getting international attention this week.
Young's Scoring Surge Sends Hawks Past Timberwolves, 134-122Trae Young scored 23 of his 37 points in the third quarter, sparking Atlanta's comeback, and the Hawks beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 134-122 on Wednesday night.
Twin Cities Gets Trampoline Zone To Help Action Sports Athletes Hone Their SkillsHelp Boardshop in Edina has an indoor indoor skatepark for skateboarders to ride year-round. Now, the shop also features a trampoline training area.
7 Wild Games Postponed Due To COVID-19 Rescheduled For FebruaryThe NHL announced Wednesday the rescheduled dates for Minnesota Wild games postponed due to COVID-19. All of the rescheduled games will be played next month.

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Anjanette Young on $2.9 million settlement: "The money is not justice"In 2019, Chicago police raided Anjanette Young's home after recieving a bad tip. The person they were looking for did not live at Young's home. She was changing and says officers left her naked and handcuffed for 40 minutes. Young is still experiencing trauma today. "CBS Mornings" co-anchor Gayle King spoke exclusively with Young about recieving a nearly 3 million dollar settlement, and what justice looks like today.
House Select Committee investigating January 6 sends letter to Ivanka TrumpThe House Select Committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol sent a letter to Ivanka Trump, another sign the investigation is closing in on Trump's inner circle. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane reports from the Capitol.
“Bat Out of Hell” singer and “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” actor Meat Loaf dies at 74The music world is mourning the loss of one of rock 'n roll's unique performers, Meat Loaf. The singer's family announced he died last night at age 74, surrounded by friends and loved ones. Vladimir Duthiers has the details.
Former South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh faces 27 new chargesWhen added with his previous indictments, Murdaugh is now accused of stealing $8,875,944.45.
Secretary Blinken in Geneva for crucial talks with Russia amid fears of Ukraine invasionOn Friday, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken will meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva. Holly Williams is in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, talking to locals about their fears for a Russian invasion.