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COVID-19 In Minnesota: Long-Term Care Facilities, Adult Day Programs, Some Libraries Set To ReopenStarting Monday, several Hennepin County libraries will begin offering "grab and go" services in-person. Day programs will also resume for adults with disabilities, and long-term care facilities will be allowed to have some visitors again.
Talking Points: Sen. Jeff Hayden Wants 'Transformational' Police Reform Bill In Next Special SessionEverything is on the table in the next special session, including the divisive issue of police reform, tax bill, bonding bill and more.
DOC Commissioner Credits Mother Of Hardel Sherrell For New Investigation Into His 2018 Death In Beltrami Co. JailMinnesota Department of Corrections Commissioner Paul Schnell says his office is taking a closer look at the 2018 death of a Beltrami County Jail inmate.
'You Can't Just Charge Straight Ahead': Health Experts Say Virus Spread Must Guide School ReopeningsAs the Trump administration pushes full steam ahead to force schools to resume in-person education, public health experts warn that a one-size-fits-all reopening could drive infection and death rates even higher.
'It Needs To Stop': National Mother's March Calls For The End Of Police ViolencePeople from around the country rallied in St. Paul Sunday to call for an end to police violence.
Police: 1 Killed, 1 Hurt After N. Mpls. ShootingPolice say a woman has died after a shooting in north Minneapolis Saturday evening.
Alabama Man Reaches George Floyd's Memorial After Setting Out On 1,000-Mile Protest WalkAn Alabama man has reached George Floyd's memorial in Minneapolis after setting out on a 1,000-mile protest walk in June.
2 Men, 1 Child Killed In Dunn Co. House FireA house fire in Dunn County has left three people dead.
Lightning Suspected In House Fire In Western MinnesotaAuthorities suspect a lightning strike caused a minor house fire in western Minnesota.
Minneapolis Man Arrested In Chicago For Fatal Shooting Of Leneesha ColumbusA Minneapolis man charged with fatally shooting a pregnant woman has been arrested in Chicago.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 715 New COVID-19 Cases Reported As Death Toll Surpasses 1,500In the last 24 hours, Minnesota added 715 more cases of COVID-19 to its tally of infections and three more deaths.
'I Had To Learn To Walk Again': COVID-19 Survivor Recovering After 4 MonthsRick Huggins was in his 50s, healthy and had no underlying health conditions, but none of that mattered when he got sick and ended up at Bethesda Hospital in St. Paul.

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St. Paul's SAQ Camp Serves Body And MindSAQ serves kids and families who might not otherwise afford more expensive sports camps, while providing some of the same training to get their bodies and techniques right for fall sports.
United Scores 2 In Stoppage Time In Stunning Defeat Of Sporting KC In 'MLS Is Back' TourneyKevin Molino scored in the seventh-minute of second-half stoppage time as Minnesota United rallied with two late goals to beat Sporting Kansas City 2-1 on Sunday night in the MLS is Back tournament.
Big Ten Announces Conference-Only Games In Fall For Football And Several Other SportsThe Big Ten Conference announced Thursday that it will play conference-only games in football and several other sports if fall seasons proceed during the pandemic. 
Minnesota Twins Announce 2021 Regular Season ScheduleThe Minnesota Twins announced their 2021 regular season schedule Thursday, one that's anticipated to return to the standard 162-game slate.
'Always Fun To Play As Part Of A Team': Taylor Fritz On Joining Philadelphia Freedoms, World Team Tennis For 2020 SeasonWorld Team Tennis kicks off its 2020 season starting this weekend July 12 and top American men's player Taylor Fritz is looking forward to having some fun with the team events.
CBS Now Home To UEFA Champions League, Other UEFA Competitions Beginning In AugustThe network and its digital streaming platform CBS All Access will now air all UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League matches beginning in August.