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How Should People Act After Isolating From COVID? And How Long Does Natural Immunity Last?Despite having some COVID-19 immunity, Dr. Abinash Virk says it's possible you can catch the virus again months later, but it should better protect against severe symptoms and hospitalization.
Uptown Theater Proposal Would Convert Historic Space Into Concert HallThe proposal for the Uptown Theater, which closed in early 2020 as the pandemic began, would add space for some 2,500 people by knocking down a wall into the next building.
COVID Impacting USPS Mail Delivery In Twin CitiesWest St. Paul resident Mary Neustel said she went four days without receiving mail last week. Others told WCCO they didn’t get mail for a week, then all at once.
Ukrainian-Minnesotans Watch From Afar As Tensions Rise Back Home"Without [U.S.] support, it's gonna be that much more bloody for Ukrainians," Stefan Iwaskewycz said. "We would hope that with a strong show of force it would deter what Russia's trying to do."
Snow Plow Struck By Gunfire After Collision In MinneapolisA vehicle collision in Minneapolis led to shots being fired at a plow driver Sunday night.
Mark Bell Charged With Fatally Shooting Girlfriend In St. PaulA St. Paul man is facing murder charges for allegedly shooting his longtime girlfriend over the weekend.
Minnesota Groups Unite To Oppose Recreational Marijuana LegalizationSeveral businesses, trade groups and social organizations announced the formation of a coalition on Monday opposing legalization of recreational marijuana in Minnesota as the measure's supporters signal another push for the issue ahead of the start of the legislative session next week.
St. Paul Police Searching For Shoplifter Who Shot Liquor Store Worker Over 6-Pack“So far this year we’ve had 28 robberies,” Sgt. Natalie Davis said. “That’s too many. That’s more than one a day.”
Steve Shand, Human Smuggling Suspect From Florida, Released Without BondA Florida man who was arrested for human smuggling after four people were found dead in a blizzard in Canada and seven more immigrants were found alive nearby in the U.S. was released from jail Monday without having to pay a bond.
Despite Recent Snow, Conditions Aren't Great For Snowmobiling In Western Wisconsin After a weekend of shoveling, it may be hard to believe but in some areas there's still not enough snow for safe snowmobiling.
'These People Are Victims': Border Patrol Agent Speaks Out After 4 Die At Canadian BorderAuthorities along Minnesota and North Dakota's border with Canada continue to investigate a human smuggling case that left four people dead.
Opening Statements Given In Federal Trial For Ex-Officers Charged In George Floyd's DeathTou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng are accused of violating Floyd's civil rights. Opening arguments began Monday morning.
Moorhead Police: Furnace Was The Source Of Carbon Monoxide That Killed 7 Family MembersA furnace was the source of carbon monoxide that killed seven members of an immigrant family from Honduras living in Minnesota, authorities said Monday.
St. Paul Man Charged With Beating His Wife To DeathA St. Paul man is charged with murder in the beating death of his wife early Sunday morning in the city’s North End neighborhood.
Domestic Assault Suspect Fled St. Cloud Police, Threatened Officers With Sword, KnifeA domestic assault suspect was arrested Sunday night in central Minnesota after fleeing police and threatening officers with a sword and a knife.

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Wild Match Franchise Goals Record In 8-2 Win Vs CanadiensConnor Dewar got his first career goal and added an assist when Nico Sturm scored 22 seconds later, helping the Minnesota Wild match their franchise record for goals in an 8-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night.
Fans Send Off Olympics-Bound US Women's Hockey Team From National Sports CenterNearly four years ago, the United States Women's Hockey Team won gold in South Korea. Monday, they're ready to head back to the Olympics to defend that title, this time in China.
Edwards, Russell Team Up To Lead Wolves Past Nets, 136-125Anthony Edwards scored 25 points, D'Angelo Russell had 23 points and 10 assists, and the Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the Brooklyn Nets 136-125 on Sunday night.
'Hockey Party’: Hundreds Compete In Pond Hockey Tournament's Opening Weekend FinaleBoth the men’s and women’s "Rink Rat" divisions as well as the "AARP" divisions finished play with champions named Sunday. On Wednesday, the event will continue with the next bracket of teams, including sled hockey.
Vikings Interview 49ers' DeMeco Ryans After Win Vs. PackersThe Minnesota Vikings interviewed San Francisco defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans on Sunday for their head coach vacancy, the eighth candidate to meet virtually with the organization.
Archambault Lifts Coyotes Over Tommies 90-79Mason Archambault scored a career-high 27 points as South Dakota defeated the University of St. Thomas 90-79 on Saturday night. Kruz Perrott-Hunt added 22 points for the Coyotes.
Aaron Rodgers Enters Uncertain Offseason After Dashed Postseason Hopes“I don’t think it’s fair to anybody or myself to really go down those paths at this point,” Aaron Rodgers said. “It’s disappointing, sad and fresh. I’ll have conversations in the next week or so and start to contemplate after that.”
No. 14 Michigan State Ends No. 8 Wisconsin's 7-Game StreakMalik Hall scored 14 points and No. 14 Michigan State beat No. 8 Wisconsin 86-74 on Friday night to snap the Badgers’ seven-game winning streak.
Marcus Foligno's Goal Sends Wild To 4-3 OT Win Against Blackhawks Marcus Foligno scored with 37.9 seconds left in overtime to send the Minnesota Wild to a 4-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday night.

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U.S. preps troops for potential deployment to UkraineThe U.S. is putting 8,500 troops on standby for potential deployment to Ukraine as Russia continues its buildup of troops along the border. Peter Rough, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, joins CBS News to break down what this could mean for the U.S. and its allies.
President Biden ramps up efforts to win support as approval ratings fallPresident Biden says he's taking his case directly to the American people after a significant decline in his approval ratings. The Biden administration is confronting labor and supply chain shortages, rising inflation, and ongoing surges of the coronavirus. CBS News chief political analyst John Dickerson joins "Red and Blue" with more.
Oath Keepers leader in court on sedition chargesDuring a court appearance, prosecutors accused Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes of using force to stop the peaceful transfer of power. Scott MacFarlane reports.
Ex-officers on trial for George Floyd's deathThe trial of three former officers who are accused of violating George Floyd's civil rights by failing to stop fellow officer Derek Chauvin from murdering him began in a federal courtroom in St. Paul on Monday. Mola Lenghi reports.
James Webb Space Telescope reaches its final destinationNASA's James Webb Space Telescope slipped into orbit around a point in space nearly a million miles from Earth on Monday. It's on a mission to capture light from the first stars and galaxies to form in the aftermath of the Big Bang. CBS News' Lana Zak has details.