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President Biden To Discuss Agriculture In Wisconsin Next Week President Joe Biden plans to travel to southwestern Wisconsin next week to discuss agriculture and rural economies, the White House announced Tuesday.
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.
Dry Weather Leading To Fewer Mosquitos In Metro AreaMosquito Control credits the lack of rain, which means floodwater mosquito's eggs are not covered in water and are thus not able to hatch. 
Jason Beckman, Of Duluth, Charged With Killing St. Cloud Professor Edward WardAuthorities called his shooting "random," and said "there were no connections" between the suspect and victim.
COVID In Minnesota: 80 New Cases Report; Positivity Rate Continues To FallMinnesota health officials reported Tuesday 80 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.
More Human Remains Found In MinneapolisMore human remains related to the death of Adam Richard Johnson were found Tuesday morning in Minneapolis.
Teenager Riding Bike Struck, Injured By Motorist In Bemidji; Police InvestigatingPolice in Bemidji are investigating after a teenager, who was biking, was struck and injured by a motorist overnight.
Body Found Outside Lakeville Day Care Center; Man In CustodyA man is in custody after police in the south metro found a woman's body early Tuesday morning in a day care center parking lot.
Wisconsin Assembly To Vote Tuesday On Penalty For Defunding PoliceThe Wisconsin Assembly is poised to give final approval Tuesday to a Republican-backed bill that would penalize local governments that attempt to defund police.
Sister Sledge, The Legendary Wailers & More: Minnesota State Fair Announces Free Concert LineupThis year's line-up includes performances from Sister Sledge, The Legendary Wailers, Yam Haus, Ezra Ray Hart, Tonic Sol-fa, Cornbread Harris, Dr. Mambo's Combo, Poppa Bear Norton, Socaholix and more.
Westbound I-694 In East Metro Closing To Traffic This WeekendMinnesota transportation officials are telling motorists to expect a full closure of westbound Interstate 694 in the east metro this weekend.
Drone Video Brings Duluth's Glensheen Mansion To LifeThanks to a new drone video, you don't have to drive up to Duluth to tour the Glensheen Mansion.
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.
Stone Arch Bridge Festival Returns To Minneapolis With Huge SuccessThousands of people filled West River Parkway over the weekend for the Stone Arch Bridge Festival, which is the first large community event since the mask mandate was lifted in Minneapolis.
One World Surgery: Twin Cities Surgeon-And-Nurse Duo Create World-Class Medical Center In HondurasA Twin Cities couple have channeled their passion for medicine into hope for a nation.

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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.
Vikings Rookie Jaylen Twyman Shot 4 Times In Washington D.C.The Minnesota Vikings say rookie defensive tackle Jaylen Twyman was shot four times Monday while riding in a car as he visited his aunt in his hometown of Washington D.C.
Baseball Report: Yankees' Third Triple Play Of Season Ties MLB RecordThis week's Baseball Report looks at the New York Yankees' latest triple play, Kyle Schwarber's big weekend and the Arizona Diamondbacks' losing ways.
Minnesota Wild Assistant GM, Fmr. UMD Player Tom Kurvers Dies At 58The Minnesota Wild's assistant general manager Tom Kurvers has died of lung cancer at 58 years old, the team announced Monday.
Carl Nassib Becomes First Openly Gay Active NFL PlayerNassib also announced he’s donating $100,000 to a group that helps LGBTQ youth with suicide prevention.
Lynx Players Sylvia Fowles, Napheesa Collier Make Olympic RosterTwo Minnesota Lynx players have made the U.S. Olympic women's basketball roster, the team announced Monday.

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U.S. won't reach Biden's goal of partially vaccinating 70% of adults by July FourthTop health officials said Tuesday the U.S. won't reach President Biden's goal of partially vaccinating 70% of adults by the Fourth of July. Watch a briefing by the White House COVID-19 Response Team.
New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard ignites debate over transgender athletesSupporters call Laurel Hubbard's selection to the Olympic Games a breakthrough for the transgender community. Others say it's unfair for an athlete who used to compete with men to participate in women's sports. Imtiaz Tyab has the story.
Advocates say Juneteenth's federal recognition is only the beginning"It really does feel like a passive move in the midst of some really heavy conversations," said Danielle Hawthorn of the diversity nonprofit Code2040.
Amazon Prime Day TV Deals: Big discounts on Sony TVs, Samsung TVs and moreSamsung, Sony, TCL, Toshiba and other TV manufacturers are cutting prices on 1080p and 4K TVs for Amazon Prime Day.
WorldView: Spain to pardon 9 Catalan leaders; WHO reports COVID vaccines running low in poor nationsThe Spanish government is set to approve controversial pardons for nine Catalan leaders who were convicted of sedition following a failed attempt to secede in 2017. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization is warning a large number of poor countries are at risk of running out of COVID-19 vaccines, and the president of the Philippines is threatening to imprison anyone who refuses to get vaccinated. Also, an infestation of mice at an Australian prison forced hundreds of inmates and staff to evacuate. CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joined "CBSN AM" from London with those international headlines.