CBSN Minnesota
Charges: London Bean Fatally Shot By Boy's Older Brother During Fight, Still At LargeA criminal complaint has been filed against the older brother of 12-year-old London Bean, who was fatally shot last week in North Minneapolis on the first day of school.
Sheriff: 1 In Custody, 1 At Large In Connection To 4 Minnesotans Found Dead In WisconsinOne person is in custody and a warrant has been issued for another suspect in connection to four Minnesotans found dead inside an abandoned vehicle in western Wisconsin.
Mille Lacs Lake Ends 'Catch-And-Release Only' Walleye Fishing SeasonBeing allowed to keep walleye on Lake Mille Lacs has been a debate in previous years, with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources co-managing the lake with Chippewa bands that have treaty rights.
Minnesota Weather: Drought Conditions Holding In Place As State Moves Into FallThe latest data from the U.S. Drought Monitor show that in the last week the state's areas of moderate and severe drought conditions across central and southern Minnesota remained much the same as they were when last week's report was issued.
MN Supreme Court: Early Election Mpls. Ballots Don’t Need To Inform Voters That Charter Amendment Wouldn't Be CountedThe Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that election officials do not need to provide a notice that the Minneapolis public safety ballot question will not be counted during early voting. The notice will need to be added to general election ballots.
COVID In Minnesota: Positivity Rate Rises To 7.1%, 14 More Deaths ReportedAs of Thursday morning, figures from the Minnesota Department of Health showed that about 72.6% of Minnesotans 16 or older had received at least one dose, and 93.2% of those 65 or older had received at least one dose. In total, the state has administered 6,320,203 doses of vaccine, with about 3.18 million residents having completed their vaccine series.
More Than 300 Afghan Refugees May Soon Be Resettled In MinnesotaWhile tens of thousands of Afghans on military bases await resettlement in the United States, local officials say they expect more than 300 of those who escaped Kabul to be placed in Minnesota in the coming weeks.
Chauvin Pleads Not Guilty To Allegedly Violating Teen's Civil Rights In 2017A former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday for allegedly violating the civil rights of a teenager in a separate case that involved a restraint similar to the one used on Floyd.
How Did Bob Dylan, Prince Rank On Updated Rolling Stone List Of All-Time Top 500 Songs?The last time Rolling Stone magazine compiled its list of the top 500 songs of all-time (meaning the last 60 or 70 years, in practice), Minnesota's own Bob Dylan stood at the top of the heap. Did "Like a Rolling Stone" manage to hold onto its #1 position?
Chanhassen Named Best Place To Live In The Country, According To Money MagazineMoney Magazine has named Chanhassen the best place to live in the United States.
Minnesota Weather: Severe Storms Could Bring Hail, Damaging Winds Overnight While Thursday will mostly be sunny, warm and breezy, storms are expected to develop in the evening hours, and some could turn severe overnight.
Minnesota Gymnast Suni Lee Named One Of TIME's 100 Most Influential PeopleFollowing her stunning performance at the Tokyo Olympics, Minnesota native Suni Lee has been named one of TIME Magazine's 100 most influential people.
In Kanabec County, A Family Takes Care Of A Minnesota-Shaped Pine ForestHow long do you think it would take to walk across Minnesota? The answer is about 5 minutes -- at least in Kanabec County.
After Another Assault, What's Being Done To Keep Downtown Mpls. Safe?An assault on Nicollet Mall turned a public safety advocate into a victim. The latest attack happened to a downtown resident in the middle of the day, and WCCO learned how police are working to make downtown safer.
Some Elective Surgeries On Hold As Minnesota Hospitals Face Staffing CrisisThe COVID-19 pandemic has been an 18-month grind that's only become more grueling for health care workers, so much so that their numbers are dwindling.

Latest Sports Headlines

Johnny Russell Scores Goal And Records 2 Assists, Sporting Beats Minnesota 4-0Khiry Shelton, Daniel Salloi and Johnny Russell scored in the first half and Sporting Kansas City beat Minnesota United 4-0 on Wednesday night.
Minnesota Gymnast Suni Lee Named One Of TIME's 100 Most Influential PeopleFollowing her stunning performance at the Tokyo Olympics, Minnesota native Suni Lee has been named one of TIME Magazine's 100 most influential people.
Indians Cruise Past Twins, 12-3Oscar Mercado, Bobby Bradley and Franmil Reyes homered to help ignite a lagging Indians lineup and provide Cal Quantrill plenty of support in a 12-3 victory over the Twins on Wednesday night.
Patrick Peterson Ready To Guide Vikings Defense Against His Old TeamAs a free agent for the first time in his career this offseason, Patrick Peterson put the Minnesota Vikings high on his wish list with an eagerness to play for head coach Mike Zimmer's defense.
Timberwolves Re-Sign Jarred Vanderbilt, Jordan McLaughlinThe Minnesota Timberwolves have filled out their roster by re-signing forward Jarred Vanderbilt and guard Jordan McLaughlin, both of whom were restricted free agents.
'Bryce Young Has Been Outstanding As A First-Year Starter': CBS's Brian Jones Previews #1 Alabama Vs. #14 Florida, Other Week 3 GamesCBS Sports College Football analyst Brian Jones previews Week 3 of the college football season on CBS and CBS Sports Network, and explains why he is really high on quarterback Bryce Young and Alabama.
Twins Split Doubleheader With IndiansTriston McKenzie cruised through six innings of the first game of a doubleheader to lead the Indians past Minnesota 3-1 on Tuesday, after a comebacker off the wrist of Twins rookie Joe Ryan sidelined one half of the pitching duel.
Iowa State Suspends Crew Club After Probe Into Drownings Of 2 MembersIowa State made the announcement Monday when it released the preliminary findings of a pair of investigations into the March 28 deaths of 20-year-old Yaakov Ben-David and 19-year-old Derek Nanni. The suspension of the crew club will last for at least the remainder of the current school year.
Lynx Battles For Playoff Positioning In WNBA's Final WeekLas Vegas needs one more victory or loss by Minnesota this week to earn the No. 2 seed and the other double bye to the semifinals. The Lynx are third with Phoenix and Seattle both in the mix for the third and fourth seeds.

Seen On WCCO-TV

Charges: London Bean Fatally Shot By Boy's Older Brother During Fight, Still At LargeA criminal complaint has been filed against the older brother of 12-year-old London Bean, who was fatally shot last week in North Minneapolis on the first day of school.
Sheriff: 1 In Custody, 1 At Large In Connection To 4 Minnesotans Found Dead In WisconsinOne person is in custody and a warrant has been issued for another suspect in connection to four Minnesotans found dead inside an abandoned vehicle in western Wisconsin.
Mille Lacs Lake Ends 'Catch-And-Release Only' Walleye Fishing SeasonBeing allowed to keep walleye on Lake Mille Lacs has been a debate in previous years, with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources co-managing the lake with Chippewa bands that have treaty rights.
Minnesota Weather: Drought Conditions Holding In Place As State Moves Into FallThe latest data from the U.S. Drought Monitor show that in the last week the state's areas of moderate and severe drought conditions across central and southern Minnesota remained much the same as they were when last week's report was issued.
MN Supreme Court: Early Election Mpls. Ballots Don’t Need To Inform Voters That Charter Amendment Wouldn't Be CountedThe Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that election officials do not need to provide a notice that the Minneapolis public safety ballot question will not be counted during early voting. The notice will need to be added to general election ballots.
More Than 300 Afghan Refugees May Soon Be Resettled In MinnesotaWhile tens of thousands of Afghans on military bases await resettlement in the United States, local officials say they expect more than 300 of those who escaped Kabul to be placed in Minnesota in the coming weeks.