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Colder Temperatures Call For Minnesotans To Winterize HomesThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued its winter outlook. It suggests Minnesota and Wisconsin can expect a winter with more snow than usual.
Survey: Nearly 1/4 Of MN Students Struggle With Mental HealthFewer kids feel engaged in the classroom, believe their school provides a supportive place for learning, report good health, or feel safe. That's according to a new Minnesota Student Survey, a voluntary, anonymous questionnaire given to fifth through 11th grade students every three years.
St. Paul Police Investigating Fatal Crash Involving 9 PeopleA two-vehicle crash killed one person Thursday night near the intersection of Lower Afton Road and Morningside Circle, the St. Paul Police Department said. Nine people were involved in the crash, some being critically injured, police said.
Board To Vote On St. Paul Overnight Emergency ShelterA year-round temporary homeless shelter will be voted on at a Ramsey County Board of Commissioners meeting next week, the county said in a statement. The two-year agreement, with Model Cities of Saint Paul, Inc., would expand the Winter Safe Space emergency shelter at 160 E. Kellogg Blvd. downtown.
What's Happening With This Season's Leaves?Trees are signaled to lose their green chlorophyll by daylight hours and weather conditions. They need warm, sunny September days and cooler nights.
New Capri Theater Hopes To Change Culture, Arts Community In N. MplsThe expansion and renovation of the Capri Theater will breathe new life into a building that has and will continue to showcase the richness of the community. The groundbreaking has been 10 years in the making, and the project is changing more than the landscape of North Minneapolis.
State Patrol Investigating 2 Fatal Crashes In East MetroThe Minnesota State Patrol says it’s investigating two fatal crashes Thursday afternoon in the east metro.
St. Paul Father Charged With Malicious Punishment Of Newborn SonDoctors diagnosed the infant with potentially life-threatening injuries including a skull fracture, shearing internal injuries, a lacerated spleen, bleeding in the brain and spine, and many cuts and bruises. The injuries to the 8-week-old are said to have occurred between Oct. 1 and Oct. 15.
Adopt A Yard Ornament Flamingo To Raise Money For Minnesota Breast Cancer PatientsHope Chest sells clothes and furniture and puts the money directly into the hands of Minnesota breast cancer patients undergoing active treatment.
Back-To-Back Event Matches At Allianz: First Tommies-Johnnies, Followed By United FC PlayoffsAllianz Field will go from one kind of football to another this weekend. The Tommies and Johnnies will play on Saturday afternoon, and then a day later, it's playoff soccer.
Base Jumper Entangled, Arrested in MenomonieHe was transported to a hospital for treatment and has since been released, police said. Barth was arrested for criminal trespass to property. 
Governor Walz Presses Lawmakers For Insulin CompromiseAt a morning news conference at the state capitol, Governor Tim Walz explained, "the deal has not come together. The uncertainty has gone on too long and insulin is not optional."

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Mexican authorities locate son of "El Chapo" after gunfightIt wasn't immediately clear if Ovidio Guzmán was taken into custody
"I don't believe anymore that they love our country": Trump takes aim at Democrats at Texas rallyPresident Trump hit his usual talking points at a Dallas rally on Thursday, although he zeroed in on religion and gun for the Texas crowd. He also criticized House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and his 2020 rivals, including former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren and former Congressman Beto O'Rourke. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid reports from Dallas.
President Trump, Beto O'Rourke hold dueling rallies in Texas President Trump spent Thursday in Texas. Gromer Jeffers, a political writer for the Dallas Morning News, joins "Red and Blue" to discuss the state Democrats say could become a battleground ahead of 2020.
10/17/19: CBSN Evening NewsRick Perry tells Trump he'll resign as Energy Secy; NASA prepares for first all female spacewalk
Trump rails against "hateful" Democrats at Texas rallyPresident targeted Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Beto O'Rourke
10/17: CBS Evening NewsMulvaney says delay in Ukraine aid linked to DOJ investigation; Astronauts ready for historic all-female spacewalk.
Mark Zuckerberg defends policy to allow politicians to lie in campaign adsFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the importance of freedom of expression Thursday, saying the social platform won't police political speech. The Washington Post tech reporter Cat Zakrzewski joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss his speech at Georgetown University.
2020 Democrats facing pressure to announce potential Supreme Court nomineesA new group is calling on 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls to name their potential Supreme Court nominees. Christopher Kang, co-founder and chief counsel of "Demand Justice," joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss his organization's recent release of 32 names Democratic candidates should consider.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Klobuchar raises $1.1 million in 24 hours after Democratic debateMinnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar announced she recieved $1.1 million in campaign donations in 24 hours after Tuesday's Democratic debate. Klobuchar is wasting no time getting back on the campaign trail, visiting all 10 counties in New Hampshire in just 30 hours. CBS News 2020 Campaign reporter Nicole Sganga joins CBSN for this edition of 2020 Daily Trail Markers.
Buttigieg, Klobuchar each raise more than $1 million after debateBernie Sanders raised $620,000 but still holds the lead in fundraising

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Colder Temperatures Call For Minnesotans To Winterize HomesThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued its winter outlook. It suggests Minnesota and Wisconsin can expect a winter with more snow than usual.
Survey: Nearly 1/4 Of MN Students Struggle With Mental HealthFewer kids feel engaged in the classroom, believe their school provides a supportive place for learning, report good health, or feel safe. That's according to a new Minnesota Student Survey, a voluntary, anonymous questionnaire given to fifth through 11th grade students every three years.
What's Happening With This Season's Leaves?Trees are signaled to lose their green chlorophyll by daylight hours and weather conditions. They need warm, sunny September days and cooler nights.
New Capri Theater Hopes To Change Culture, Arts Community In N. MplsThe expansion and renovation of the Capri Theater will breathe new life into a building that has and will continue to showcase the richness of the community. The groundbreaking has been 10 years in the making, and the project is changing more than the landscape of North Minneapolis.
State Patrol Investigating 2 Fatal Crashes In East MetroThe Minnesota State Patrol says it’s investigating two fatal crashes Thursday afternoon in the east metro.
Adopt A Yard Ornament Flamingo To Raise Money For Minnesota Breast Cancer PatientsHope Chest sells clothes and furniture and puts the money directly into the hands of Minnesota breast cancer patients undergoing active treatment.