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Keith Urban Coming To Xcel Energy Center In 2022Keith Urban announced Wednesday he's bringing his world tour to the Twin Cities next year.
Minnesota Weather: December Starts With Highs In 50sWednesday is the first day of December, but it sure won't feel like it.
How Could Minnesota Be Impacted If Roe Vs. Wade Was Overturned?“There appears to be between five to six justices on the Supreme Court who in a variety of opinions or statements have expressed disagreement with Roe vs. Wade,” Professor David Schultz said.
Kim Potter Trial, Nov. 30: Defense Says Former Cop Will Testify, 4 Jurors SeatedA defense attorney for Kim Potter says the former Brooklyn Center police officer will take the stand in her manslaughter trial.
'I Got A Second Chance': Sioux Falls Father Of 5 Gets Double-Lung Transplant After COVID DamageWhen COVID-19 ravaged Nathan Foote's lungs, a double-lung transplant was his only hope.
Plymouth Teen Wins $100K Scholarship In Minnesota's COVID Vaccine Incentive Program“I chose to get vaccinated because it allows me to be with my friends and family without having to really worry about COVID as much as before,” Kaitlyn Knutson said. “It also allows me to get to play the sport I love, hockey, while being safe.”
State Trooper, Driver Hurt In Inver Grove Heights CrashThe trooper had pulled off onto the shoulder of Highway 52 just north of Interstate 494, with their emergency lights on, when a driver struck their squad car.
Rep. Ilhan Omar Reveals Death Threat Voicemail, Urges House GOP To Address 'Anti-Muslim Hatred'
Twin Cities Entrepreneur Dreaming Big After Small Popcorn Business Gets Boost From Stephen ColbertA Minnesota small business that popped up during the pandemic got a boost Monday on "The Late Show Stephen Colbert."
Man Arrested After Allegedly Robbing Cottage Grove Bank, Fleeing On FootA 43-year-old man was arrested Tuesday after allegedly robbing a bank in the Twin Cities.
Parents Speaking Out After Multiple Fights Break Out At Hopkins H.S.Administrators say one fight took place around the same time students planned a sit in to protest the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and injustices in the judicial system. It's believed the fight was not related to the protest.
'Never Let It Run Out Of Water': Many Christmas Trees Drier Than Normal Due To Drought“When the tree’s really dry, the branches are essentially fine fuels, so the whole tree can go up in a time frame of maybe 30 seconds,” SPFD Capt. Roy Mokosso said.
St. Paul Schools To Extend Winter Break Due To Ongoing COVID StrainShakopee Public Schools also addressed challenges of the pandemic, calling off two days of classes to extend the Thanksgiving break in an effort to control the spread of COVID cases.
In Minnesota Visit, President Biden Pitches Infrastructure PackagePresident Joe Biden is scheduled to stop in the Twin Cities Tuesday to discuss the federal infrastructure package.
Man's Body Found Near Bicycle In Corcoran DitchA man’s body was discovered in a ditch Tuesday in the northwest metro.

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What Will Minnesota Women's Soccer's Official Name Be?The team, which is community-owned, held a presentation for owners Tuesday night, during which they presented the final three options: Arctic, Aurora and Foxfire.
Gophers Remain Undefeated Following One-Point Win Over PanthersLuke Loewe put back the rebound off an E.J. Stephens miss with 2.4 seconds left to lift Minnesota to a 54-53 win over Pittsburgh in a Big Ten/ACC Challenge contest Tuesday night.
Greenway, Kaprizov Lead The Way As Wild Beat Coyotes 5-2Jordan Greenway had a goal and two assists, Kirill Kaprizov scored and Kaapo Kahkonen made 29 saves as the Minnesota Wild beat the Arizona Coyotes 5-2 on Tuesday night.
'Georgia's Defense Is Just So Good': CBS Sports’ Houston Nutt Previews SEC And Conference USA ChampionshipsCBS Sports' Houston Nutt looks at #1 Georgia-#4 Alabama in the SEC Championship and Western Kentucky-UTSA in the Conference USA Championship.
For His 22nd Birthday, Former Gopher Rashod Bateman Bought A Car For His MomBateman, who now plays for the Baltimore Ravens, bought his mom Shonda a brand-new Mercedes Benz.
Vikings Place CB Patrick Peterson On Reserve/COVID-19 ListVikings cornerback Patrick Peterson's status for Sunday's game is in doubt after he was placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Towns, Edwards Push Timberwolves To 100-98 Win Over PacersKarl-Anthony Towns scored 16 of his 32 points in the third quarter and Anthony Edwards added 21 as the Minnesota Timberwolves rallied for a 100-98 win against the Indiana Pacers on Monday night.
Wild To Retire Mikko Koivu's Jersey, A Franchise FirstKoivu announced his retirement from the NHL in February. He played 15 years for the Wild.
Former Minnesota Basketball Star Paige Bueckers Signs Partnership With GatoradeBueckers, who played at Hopkins High School and was 2020's Miss Basketball Minnesota, is the first college athlete to sign a name, image and likeness deal with the beverage company, according to multiple reports.

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Eye Opener: Police search for a motive in Michigan high school shootingThree students are dead and eight other people are wounded after a shooting at a high school in Michigan. Also, Supreme Court justices will hear the biggest abortion case in years. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener.
Tucson police officer fired, under investigation after fatally shooting a man in a mobility scooterNewly released footage shows former Tucson police officer Ryan Remington confronting 61-year-old Richard Lee Richards with his gun drawn Monday evening before opening fire. Tucson Mayor Regina Romero called the shooting “unconscionable and indefensible.” Jericka Duncan reports.
COVID tests are supposed to be covered yet some people are receiving big billsThe costs for COVID tests are supposed to be covered if a person has health insurance. As part of the series "Medical Price Roulette," CBS News consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner hears from some people who've been getting large and confusing bills.
U.S. prepares for expected imminent arrival of COVID-19 Omicron variantUnited States health officials have classified the Omicron variant as "a variant of concern" despite it not yet appearing in the country. "CBS Mornings" lead national correspondent David Begnaud visited a lab in New York whose current mission is to help detect the variant.
Where Americans are quitting their jobs at the highest ratesAs the tight job market continues, some states have experienced an outsized jump in resignations.