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Gopher Football On Pause Due To COVID Cases; Badgers Border Battle CancelledThe Golden Gophers football team has paused all activities due to an increase of COVID-19 cases in the program.
Antonio Powell Charged With Murder In The Death Of Anna Wagener In St. PaulSt. Paul police say a 34-year-old man is now charged in the murder of Anna Marie Wagener.
Dow Jones Tops 30,000 For First Time Ever As Biden Transition Points To More Stable FutureThe Dow Jones crossed the 30,000 threshold for the first time ever Tuesday, fueled by news that suggests a more stable economy in the near future.
Two Emergency Shelters To Open In St. Paul For People Experiencing HomelessnessTwo emergency shelters will open in St. Paul for people experiencing homelessness, Mayor Melvin Carter announced Tuesday.
State Board Unanimously Certifies Joe Biden As Winner In MinnesotaMinnesota’s state canvassing board was to meet Tuesday to certify the state's election results, an ordinarily routine task that is drawing closer attention due to President Donald Trump's efforts to delay it in key states.
Police: Man Shot Dead In Parking Lot Of Coon Rapids Cub Foods, Suspect ArrestedCoon Rapids police say a suspect is in custody and a man is dead after a shooting outside of a Cub Foods store late Monday afternoon.
For 1st Time, Wisconsin Has Triple-Digit Newly Reported COVID DeathsWisconsin health officials on Tuesday are reporting 104 additional COVID-19 deaths in the state, the first time the state has seen newly reported deaths from the virus in the triple-digits.
Sheriff: Motorcyclist Critically Injured After Fleeing Deputy, Crashing In Waite ParkThe Stearns County Sheriff’s Office says a 31-year-old St. Joseph man is in critical condition after he fled from a deputy on a motorcycle and later crashed.
How Will COVID Affect Black Friday Sales? Stores 'Significantly Scaling Back,' Says ExpertBlack Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, will look a little different in 2020, as COVID cases spike across the country.
List Of Restaurant Holiday Gift Card Deals In MinnesotaIt’s the best time of the year if you’re looking for a great deal on restaurant gift cards. Spend $100, get $20. Spend $100, get $25. Spend $25, get $5. It’s the perfect way to say “thank you” to coworkers, or your babysitter, or a great gift for family and friends.
Mayo Clinic: New Research Confirms That Masks Do Help During COVID-19 PandemicMayo Clinic is releasing pre-published data that it says confirms the critical role masks play in preventing COVID-19 infection.
COVID In Minnesota: Hospitalizations At Record High As 38 More Deaths Are ReportedJust minutes after Minnesota lawmakers detailed plans to help businesses struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic, state health officials reported Tuesday 6,423 more cases of the virus and 38 more deaths. All the while, hospitalizations in Minnesota remain at record levels, straining the state's health care system and workers.

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Gov. Tim Walz Unveils Plans To Help Small Businesses Impacted By COVID RestrictionsThe proposals, from both sides of the aisle, is to acknowledge the very real sacrifices small businesses - particularly bars and restaurants - have made through the pandemic, Christiane Cordero reports (2:08) WCCO 4 News At Noon - Nov. 24, 2020
Drinks For Your Dialed-Back Thanksgiving FeastJason DeRusha and Heather Brown spoke with Ian Lowther, the beverage director at Red Cow, about some drinks to try on turkey day (3:20). WCCO Mid-Morning -- Nov. 24, 2020
Saying Goodbye To Pat KesslerJason DeRusha and Heather Brown spoke with WCCO's longtime political reporter about his beloved Gophers, what he'll miss about WCCO, and what he hopes to do during retirement (6:18). WCCO Mid-Morning -- Nov. 24, 2020
Pat Kessler Recounts How Minnesota Has Changed Over His CareerOn his last day before retirement, Pat Kessler spoke with Jason DeRusha and Heather Brown about the biggest political movements Minnesota has seen during the last 40 years (5:42). WCCO Mid-Morning -- Nov. 24, 2020
CBSN Minnesota’s Morning Update: Nov. 24, 2020Good morning, it’s time for your Morning Update! Oxford English Dictionary couldn’t even describe 2020 in one word…highlighting words like “bushfire”, “acquittal” and “COVID-19”. But can you? What word would you use to describe 2020? WCCO 4 News - Nov. 24, 2020
Reality Check: How Well Do You Know Pat Kessler?Frank Vascellaro reports on the legendary career of WCCO's longtime political reporter (4:23). WCCO This Morning -- Nov. 24, 2020

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State Board Unanimously Certifies Joe Biden As Winner In MinnesotaMinnesota’s state canvassing board was to meet Tuesday to certify the state's election results, an ordinarily routine task that is drawing closer attention due to President Donald Trump's efforts to delay it in key states.
For 1st Time, Wisconsin Has Triple-Digit Newly Reported COVID DeathsWisconsin health officials on Tuesday are reporting 104 additional COVID-19 deaths in the state, the first time the state has seen newly reported deaths from the virus in the triple-digits.
Sheriff: Motorcyclist Critically Injured After Fleeing Deputy, Crashing In Waite ParkThe Stearns County Sheriff’s Office says a 31-year-old St. Joseph man is in critical condition after he fled from a deputy on a motorcycle and later crashed.
Mayo Clinic: New Research Confirms That Masks Do Help During COVID-19 PandemicMayo Clinic is releasing pre-published data that it says confirms the critical role masks play in preventing COVID-19 infection.
COVID In Minnesota: Hospitalizations At Record High As 38 More Deaths Are ReportedJust minutes after Minnesota lawmakers detailed plans to help businesses struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic, state health officials reported Tuesday 6,423 more cases of the virus and 38 more deaths. All the while, hospitalizations in Minnesota remain at record levels, straining the state's health care system and workers.
Man Killed In North Minneapolis Double Shooting Identified As Dillon HowardAuthorities have identified the man killed in a double shooting over the weekend in north Minneapolis.