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Jason Aldean Coming To XcelCountry star Jason Aldean announced Monday he'll stop at the Xcel Energy Center in March as part of his "We Back" tour.
Pedestrian Killed Crossing University Avenue In Blaine Authorities in the north metro are investigating after a pedestrian was fatally struck by a car Sunday night.
Funeral To Be Held Monday Morning For Javier SanmiguelThe 31-year-old was shot and killed outside his home last week after police say he rushed outside to help after hearing a car crash.
Search To Resume For Teen Who Fell Into Minnesota RiverThe search resumes Monday morning for a teenager that officials say fell into the Minnesota River.
Police: 1 Dead In Officer-Involved Shooting In St. Paul's Midway NeighborhoodThe St. Paul Police Department said an officer was involved in a shooting near the intersection of Thomas Avenue and North Griggs Street on Sunday night. The shooting occurred around 6:15 p.m.
Police: Man, 36, Arrested In Duluth Synagogue FirePolice in Duluth say they have no reason to believe last week's synagogue fire was an act of hate -- but they do think the fire was set on purpose. Police arrested a suspect Friday: a Duluth resident with no permanent address.
St. Paul Community Rallies Against Gun ViolenceAs an officer-involved shooting occurred Sunday night, a previously-planned rally against gun violence was going on. Community members and business owners stood in solidarity with affected by these recent shootings.
'Tender, Emotional, Humorous': 97-Year-Old Teaches Great-Grandchildren Lessons Through 'Life Books'We all look for ways to pass the time, and a 97-year-old Wayzata man has found his.
3 Teens Killed In 3-Vehicle Crash In South DakotaAuthorities say three teenagers were killed in a three-vehicle crash in east-central South Dakota. The Department of Public Safety says the crash happened Saturday night near Woonsocket.
Saints To Hold Championship Victory "Parade" MondayThe St. Paul Saints, American Association Champions, will march in a short parade in front of CHS field on Monday, Sept. 16. The parade, beginning on Broadway Street and Fourth Street, will travel one block and is expected to last one minute.
Shooting Kills 1 Teen, Injures Another In MilwaukeeMilwaukee police say a weekend shooting has killed a teenager and injured a young man.
Ilhan Omar: Supreme Court Made 'Morally And Legally Wrong' Decision On Trump's Asylum Ban

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UAW hits GM with nationwide strikeWages and health care are among the top issues as the walkout by 48,000 workers hits 55 facilities; contract talks are slated to resume in the morning
San Diego woman swallowed engagement ring in her sleepA San Diego woman says she now takes off her diamond engagement ring before she goes to bed. That's because last week she swallowed it during a nightmare.
Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcyMove was expected as part of landmark settlement with many state and local governments of lawsuit over toll opioid crisis has taken on nation
2020 Sunday Trail Markers: Joe Biden goes on a tour of the SouthBiden campaigns across the South, Joe Kennedy keeps mulling his Senate bid and Democrats prepare for an epic Steak Fry
Brian Grazer on the importance of human connection, in movie-making and in lifeComplex relationships and communication are at the heart of movies produced by Oscar-winner Brian Grazer, whose credits include "A Beautiful Mind" and "Apollo 13." He has now put what he's learned over the years into a new book. Grazer visited "CBS This Morning" to discuss "Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection," published by Simon and Schuster, a division of CBS.
Hilton hotels expands paid leave for new parentsCompany to offer 12 weeks paid time off for birth mothers and four weeks for dads -- same for maids as for execs
Netanyahu vows to annex "all" West Bank settlements if re-electedHours before unprecedented do-over election, prime minister gives more detail of controversial annexation plan in apparent bid to lure nationalists
Kaepernick's Nike commercial wins EmmyMore than a year after the controversial ad first aired, it is being recognized as one of television's best commercials
Marie Osmond talks joining "The Talk" and the "sisterhood thing"The entertainer isn't afraid to share the experiences of her life if it can help others, though she doesn't believe in airing "dirty laundry"
New Brett Kavanaugh accusation sets off calls for impeachmentTrump stood by Kavanaugh and even said the Justice Department should "rescue" him