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Pardoned By Trump: S.D. Man Who Is Ex-Boyfriend Of Deported Russian AgentPresident Donald Trump renewed his grievance over the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election by pardoning Paul Erickson, a former conservative operative once romantically linked to Russian agent Maria Butina.
Trump Grants Clemency To 2 Minnesotans Who Served Time For Drug ConvictionsPresident Donald Trump has granted a full pardon to a Minnesota man who was convicted of a drug charge in 1992.
'They Will Grow Up Knowing It Is Always Achievable': Students Reflect As VP Harris Breaks Through BarriersWCCO's Christiane Cordero spoke with some local students looking to follow her footsteps in their own way, a promising bunch from Prodeo Academy as well as assistant principal.
1 Dead, 1 Hurt After Fire At St. Paul Homeless Encampment One person was found dead and another injured after a fire broke out Wednesday morning at a St. Paul homeless encampment.
Sen. Klobuchar Delivers Remarks At Inauguration: ‘This Is The Day Our Democracy Picks Itself Up’Minnesota’s Sen. Amy Klobuchar delivered remarks at the inauguration of President Joe Biden Wednesday morning, saying that “this is the day our democracy picks itself up.”
COVID In Minnesota: 1,237 New Cases, 34 More Deaths Reported Ahead Of Vaccine Pilot ExpansionMoments after President Joe Biden was sworn into office on Wednesday and addressed the nation's ongoing struggle with deadly coronavirus pandemic, health officials in Minnesota reported 1,237 more cases of COVID-19 in the state and 34 more deaths.
CBSN Inauguration Coverage: Joe Biden Sworn In As 46th PresidentJoe Biden and Kamala Harris are soon set to make history as they are sworn into office as U.S. president and vice president. Watch the CBSN coverage.
COVID In MN: All Vaccine Pilot Program Appointments Filled For Adults 65+State officials in Minnesota say all appointments have been filled for its COVID-19 vaccine pilot program appointments focused on those 65 years of age and older.
Parent Group Files Motion To Block Mask Requirement For Youth SportsA group of parents, student-athletes and coaches filed a motion in federal court Tuesday seeking a preliminary injunction to block Gov. Tim Walz's mask requirement for youth sports in Minnesota.
Biden Set To Take Power As Trump Leaves White House For Last Time (CBS News)
UnitedHealth Tops 4Q Expectations Despite Pandemic CostsUnitedHealth is reporting a fourth-quarter profit of $2.21 billion, easily beating most expectations despite costs affiliated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
'We Have A Powerful Community': North Mpls. Barbershop Owner Starts Scholarship ProgramA Minneapolis father and business owner is making a difference, one scholarship at a time. Three years after launching the Wilson Image College Scholarship program, Teto Wilson is still making an impact on the city’s north side.

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