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Three Mpls. City Council Members Look To Cut $8 Million From Mayor Frey's 2021 Police BudgetSix months after the death of George Floyd, city officials remain divided on their approach to police funding in Minneapolis.
After 'Staggering' 101 COVID Deaths Reported Friday, Health Officials Warn Of More High Fatalities On The WayMinnesota health officials reported 101 more COVID deaths Friday, the most in a day since the pandemic began.
Police Seek Public's Help Finding 26-Year-Old Shayne MunichMinneapolis Police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing man, who is considered endangered.
Police: Man In His 20s Shot In Minneapolis ApartmentPolice believe a woman shot and killed a young man in Minneapolis on Friday afternoon.
Pandemic Changes MACV's Outreach As Number Of Homeless Veterans IncreasesA year ago, the number of unsheltered veterans reached a low of 230 state-wide. Then COVID-19 hit, causing that number to increase as veterans who once had homes needed MACV's help to find shelter.
'Good Things Can Happen In 2020': Businesses Band Together To Help Transform Non-Profit WorkspacesA number of businesses have come together to transform the workspace of a non-profit that helps children with shortened life expectancy, and their families.
'We Still Have A Lot Of Work To Do': Community Reflects Back On 1 Year Since Cedar-Riverside High Rise FireFriday marks one year since five people died in a high rise apartment fire in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
Concerns Grow Over Blood Clotting COVID Complications In Young PatientsThere is growing concern over a complication of COVID-19 which seems to be showing up in younger patients. It’s estimated that as many as half of the people in intensive care experience blood clots.
Coronavirus (MN): MDH Reports 101 More COVID Deaths, Setting RecordMinnesota health officials on Friday reported that there were 5,704 additional COVID-19 cases and 101 more deaths as of Wednesday. It’s the first time the state has breached 100 in newly reported deaths.
MN Nat'l Guard Chaplains Reflect On George Floyd Protests, Lessons Learned: 'The Work Isn't Done'National Guard troops were deployed during this summer’s widespread unrest over racial injustice following George Floyd’s death in police custody in Minneapolis, and again this fall in the city as a surge in violent crime collided with heated debate over law enforcement and race.
Black Friday Underway: Most Expected To Shop Online, But Many Still Shopping In-PersonBlack Friday is shifting online even more this year, as the pandemic keeps many shoppers home and big box stores change their strategies. But it's still a time to get a great deal, depending on what you're looking for today.
Pres. Trump Says He'll Go If Election Results Formalized, Repeats Baseless Fraud Claims (CBS News)President Donald Trump said Thursday that he will leave the White House if the Electoral College formalizes President-Elect Joe Biden's victory — even as he insisted such a decision would be a "mistake" — as he spent his Thanksgiving renewing baseless claims that "massive fraud" and crooked officials i

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St. Thomas Academy Football Players Reflect On Pandemic SeasonAt their last practice, St. Thomas Academy football players looked back on a season full of ups and downs. Norman Seawright reports. (3:43) WCCO 4 News At 10 - Nov. 27, 2020
Staggering 101 COVID Deaths Not A Surprise For Health Professionals"Unfortunately, I think we expected to see the rise in deaths based upon what the month of November has brought us with numbers of new cases," said Dr. Mark Sannes, an infectious disease physician at Park Nicollet Health Services. David Schuman reports (1:54) WCCO 4 News At 10 - Nov. 27, 2020
MACV Works To Support Unhoused Veterans Amidst PandemicFor more than 25 years, MAC-V has served veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. This past year, COVID-19 has made it more difficult to engage with veterans in need. Reg Chapman reports (2:58) WCCO 4 News At 6 - Nov. 27, 2020
Businesses Come Together To Transform Non-Profit WorkspacesA number of businesses have come together to transform the workspace of non-profit that helps children with shortened life expectancy and their families. Jennifer Mayerle reports (2:15) WCCO 4 News At 6 - Nov. 27, 2020
Community Reflects 1 Year After Cedar-Riverside High Rise FireFriday marks one year since five people died in a high rise apartment fire in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. Marielle Mohs reports (2:16) WCCO 4 News At 6 - Nov. 27, 2020
Black Friday Shoppers Expected To Buy Online, But Some Still Shopping In PersonBlack Friday is shifting online even more this year, as the pandemic keeps many shoppers home and big box stores change their strategies. Katie Steiner reports (2:16) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Nov. 27, 2020

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Pandemic Changes MACV's Outreach As Number Of Homeless Veterans IncreasesA year ago, the number of unsheltered veterans reached a low of 230 state-wide. Then COVID-19 hit, causing that number to increase as veterans who once had homes needed MACV's help to find shelter.
'Good Things Can Happen In 2020': Businesses Band Together To Help Transform Non-Profit WorkspacesA number of businesses have come together to transform the workspace of a non-profit that helps children with shortened life expectancy, and their families.
'We Still Have A Lot Of Work To Do': Community Reflects Back On 1 Year Since Cedar-Riverside High Rise FireFriday marks one year since five people died in a high rise apartment fire in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
Concerns Grow Over Blood Clotting COVID Complications In Young PatientsThere is growing concern over a complication of COVID-19 which seems to be showing up in younger patients. It’s estimated that as many as half of the people in intensive care experience blood clots.
Coronavirus (MN): MDH Reports 101 More COVID Deaths, Setting RecordMinnesota health officials on Friday reported that there were 5,704 additional COVID-19 cases and 101 more deaths as of Wednesday. It’s the first time the state has breached 100 in newly reported deaths.
Black Friday Underway: Most Expected To Shop Online, But Many Still Shopping In-PersonBlack Friday is shifting online even more this year, as the pandemic keeps many shoppers home and big box stores change their strategies. But it's still a time to get a great deal, depending on what you're looking for today.