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5 Teens Hurt After Pickup Rolls Near Hutchinson; 2 Victims Flown To Metro HospitalsFive teenagers were hurt Tuesday morning when a pickup truck rolled in central Minnesota.
Man Arrested In Connection To Armed Robbery In Bemidji Apartment ComplexAuthorities in northern Minnesota say a 24-year-old man was arrested Wednesday in connection to an armed robbery early Tuesday morning.
New Ulm Police: Man Struggles With Officer During Traffic Stop, Shoots SelfAuthorities in southern Minnesota say a man was hospitalized Tuesday after he was stopped by police in New Ulm, struggled with an officer and shot himself.
Victoria Neighborhood Voices Concerns Over Level 3 Offender Matthew Vanhecke Moving InMonday night, there will be a community notification meeting to let people in Victoria know that a level three sex offender named Matthew Vanhecke will be moving into their neighborhood Tuesday.
After 18 Months, Allianz Field To Open Wednesday At Full CapacityFor the first time in 18 months, Allianz Field is expecting to host a full capacity crowd Wednesday night, with 19,000 fans expected to watch the Loons take on Austin FC.
Security Changes Coming To The Minnesota State FairMinnesota State Fair officials are slated to meet Tuesday afternoon with Ramsey County administrators to discuss changes to safety at the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
Motorcyclist, 20, Killed In Crash On Highway 7 In ShorewoodThe Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a fatal crash west of the Twin Cities Tuesday evening.
VIDEO: Youths In Custody After Fireworks Display Ignited At Eagan Hy-VeeThe Eagan Fire Department extinguished a fireworks display at the city's Hy-Vee Monday, and several youths are in custody for possible arson.
Man, 22, Fatally Shot Outside Brooklyn Park MarketA 22-year-old man was fatally shot Tuesday night outside a market in Brooklyn Park.
After More Remains Found, Adam Johnson's Family Pleads For AnswersMore human remains related to the death of Adam Richard Johnson were found Tuesday morning in Minneapolis.
What Is COVID's Delta Variant?A new strain known as the Delta variant is now making its way through the country after originating and quickly spreading through India a few months ago.
'You Can't Find A New One': High Demand, Low Inventory Leave Boat Buyers AdriftThe demand for boats and other watercraft has skyrocketed during the pandemic, while inventory has stayed relatively flat. Manufacturing shutdowns have added to delays.
Mitchell Hamline School Of Law Offers Class On Derek Chauvin TrialThe Derek Chauvin trial has become a teaching tool this summer for aspiring lawyers.
How Minnesota's Power Grid Handles The HeatWe've had the hottest start to June on record. With more AC cranking days on the way, we wondered how our power grid is handling the heat.
Wisconsin Republicans Send Election Bills To Gov. Tony EversThe Wisconsin Assembly sent bills to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday that would make it more difficult for the elderly and disabled to cast absentee ballots and prohibit officials from filling in missing information on the envelopes of returned absentee ballots.

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USWNT Announces Olympic Roster For Tokyo GamesThe U.S. will look to avenge it's early exit in the 2016 Games when the first match in Tokyo kicks off on July 21 against rival Sweden.
After 18 Months, Allianz Field To Open Wednesday At Full CapacityFor the first time in 18 months, Allianz Field is expecting to host a full capacity crowd Wednesday night, with 19,000 fans expected to watch the Loons take on Austin FC.
Timberwolves' First-Round Pick, No.7, Goes To WarriorsThe Minnesota Timberwolves landed at the No. 7 pick in the NBA draft after the lottery selection Tuesday night, but they won't be making the pick.
Sanneh Foundation Offers Free Basketball Camps To Get Girls Of Color In The GameA decline in the number of young ladies of color involved in basketball has a trusted community organization working to increase those numbers.
Tyler Naquin's 3-Run Homer In 9th Gives Reds 10-7 Win Over TwinsTyler Naquin went 4 for 4 with a three-run homer that broke a ninth-inning tie right after the ragged Cincinnati bullpen lost a five-run lead, and the Reds beat the Twins 10-7 to stop their five-game losing streak on Tuesday afternoon.
Twins’ Byron Buxton Back On Injured List After 94 MPH Fastball Fractures His HandMinnesota Twins center fielder Byron Buxton has been sidelined again, this time after being hit by a 94 mph fastball.
TPC River Highlands Profile: Shot-Makers Tested At Travelers ChampionshipTPC River Highlands, home of the Travelers Championship, is a pure shot-making test capable of withstanding the PGA Tour's best players.
UMN Sporting Events Will Be Returning To Full Capacity, Gopher Athletics AnnouncesGopher Athletics announced Tuesday that live sporting events at the University of Minnesota will be full capacity when teams return to competition for the upcoming academic year.
Sanó Homer Lifts Twins Past Cincinnati 7-5; Byron Buxton Sidelined AgainThe longest game in the major leagues this year left the Minnesota Twins feeling emotionally spent.

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Democrats regrouping after Republicans block voting rights bill in SenateRepublicans dealt a major blow to one of President Biden's top domestic priorities by blocking a sweeping voting rights bill from advancing in the Senate. Every Democratic senator voted for the bill, but it wasn't enough to overcome a Republican filibuster. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN with the latest developments.
Former Defense Department special counsel on January 6 Capitol riot and FBI's responseIn an op-ed for The Washington Post, Ryan Goodman, a former special counsel for the U.S. Defense Department, points out what we learned and did not learn from FBI Director Christopher Wray's recent congressional testimony. He spoke with Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers on CBSN to discuss what he thinks the FBI should do going forward to prevent another attack like the one on January 6.
Tokyo Olympics now a month away, and COVID concerns persistThe Tokyo Olympics are now just a month away, after the pandemic forced a delay. As the games approach, the Japanese public is voicing concerns over the potential for a COVID-19 super-spreader event. CBS News foreign correspondent Lucy Craft reports for CBSN.
Local Matters: Eric Adams leading early NYC mayoral primary election resultsNew Yorkers cast their ballots in the city's primary elections yesterday. In the Democratic primary race for mayor, Eric Adams held the early lead in ranked-choice voting, but final results are likely to take weeks. The City reporter Rachel Holliday Smith joined CBSN to discuss where things stand and what happens next.
6/23: CBSN AMSenate Republicans block voting rights bill; Queen Elizabeth makes appearance at Royal Ascot