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'It's Just A Matter Of Time': Man Severely Hurt In Fiery Crash With Minneapolis Street Racer Fears RepeatA survivor of a fiery crash in the North Loop neighborhood of Minneapolis is concerned it could happen again.
Why Are We Still Experiencing Supply Chain Issues?“I think it’s just a little exercise in humility for all of us that maybe we were just spoiled rotten having everything we ever wanted,” marketing expert George John said.
Potential Vikings COVID Outbreaks Could Lead To Forfeits, Big Losses For Vendors And RestaurantsCOVID-19 protocols sidelined several Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks this week, but there could be bigger consequences once the season begins.
Missing: Ali Isse Last Seen In Fridley On July 25Fridley police want the public’s help to find 31-year-old Ali Isse, who was last seen by his family on July 25.
Benton County Attorney Philip Miller Charged With Sexually Assaulting ChildThe top prosecutor in a Minnesota county is facing three felonies for allegedly sexually assaulting a child under 16.
Motorcyclist Dies After Crash On Highway 52 In St. PaulThe Minnesota State Patrol said the 33-year-old motorcyclist was going north on the highway when he lost control near Plato Boulevard and was thrown from the bike.
'I Went From Homeless To Happy': St. Paul Man Named Nation's Top Small Hotel ManagerA St. Paul man is officially the best of the best in his business, and the story behind his success makes it all the more impressive.
Longtime Activist KG Wilson Leaves Minneapolis After Death Of 6-Year-Old GranddaughterFor more than 18 years, KG Wilson has offered his time, energy and talents to help those impacted by violence. 
Twin Cities Long-Term Care Facility To Mandate COVID Vaccines For EmployeesCenters for Disease Control data show nearly 90% of the residents at Minnesota facilities are fully vaccinated. Only 65% of the staff in those places have received their shots.
More Mask Mandates Reinstated Across Minnesota As Delta Variant SpreadsIn Minnesota, it seems mask mandates are changing by the hour at public buildings, businesses and workplaces.
AG Keith Ellison Launches Unit To Review Wrongful ConvictionsThe state of Minnesota has become the seventh state in the country to develop a conviction review unit to review potentially wrongful convictions.
Body Discovered In Eagan's Schulze LakeFire crews recovered the body, which county authorities say matched the description of a man who was seen exiting his vehicle and walking toward the beach Sunday afternoon.
Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Extended For Northern Half Of State Until Wednesday EveningThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has extended the current air quality alert for the northern half of the state.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Issue Mask Requirements Inside City BuildingsThe mayors of Minnesota's two largest cities say that masks will be required for everyone in city-owned buildings and recommended in all indoor spaces starting Wednesday.
3 Ex-MPD Officers Charged In George Floyd Death Want Federal Trial Separate From Derek ChauvinThree former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights are asking that their federal trials be separated from the trial of Derek Chauvin, who has already been convicted on state murder charges for kneeling on Floyd's neck as the Black man pleaded for air.

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Polanco 3-Run Blast Stuns Reds In 7-5 Twins WinJorge Polanco delivered a go-ahead, three-run homer in the ninth inning, lifting the Minnesota Twins to a 7-5 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night.
Potential Vikings COVID Outbreaks Could Lead To Forfeits, Big Losses For Vendors And RestaurantsCOVID-19 protocols sidelined several Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks this week, but there could be bigger consequences once the season begins.
Vikings Release Cornerback Jeff Gladney After Domestic Assault Indictment In TexasDocuments filed in Dallas County allege Gladney did "intentionally, knowingly, and recklessly cause bodily injury" to his girlfriend in April.
Vikings Reportedly Have Lowest Vaccination Rate In NFLAccording to Washington Post reporter Nicki Jhabvala, 64.5% of Vikings players are fully vaccinated, while 70% have at least one shot.
TPC Southwind Profile: A Stiff Challenge At WGC-FedEx St. Jude InvitationalTPC Southwind is home of the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational and has been a regular PGA Tour stop for decades.
Fantasy Football 2021 QB Rankings: Mahomes Still Tops The List, But Allen Close BehindWho ranks in the Top 10 of CBSSports.com's fantasy football expert QB rankings? Some familiar names and one surprising one.
Timberwolves Acquire Taurean Prince From Cavaliers In Exchange For Ricky Rubio, 2022 2nd-Round PickThe Minnesota Timberwolves announced on Tuesday the acquisition of Taurean Prince from the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for Ricky Rubio.
Baseball Report: Three Recently Traded Cubs Homer In DebutThis week's Baseball Report looks at the three former Cubs who each hit a home run in their respective debuts and the Mets' failure to sign their 2021 first-round pick.
Mack Motzko Honored At Celebration Of Life In St. Cloud: 'The World Did Not Wait To Love You'A celebration of life is planned Monday for Mack Motzko, the 20-year-old son of Gophers men’s hockey coach Bob Motzko.

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Biden asks governors to help fight COVID surge or "get out of the way"President Biden called on governors to help fight the surge of coronavirus cases or "please get out of the way." As the administration pushes to get more people vaccinated, CBS News' Nikki Battiste reports on a new policy NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio hopes will convince people to roll up their sleeves. Then, Dr. Ali Raja, a professor at Harvard Medical School, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with more on efforts to fight the fourth wave.
What happens next for Cuomo amid allegations of sexual harassmentA investigation by the New York attorney general found that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women. That includes both former and current state employees. CBS News' Michael George reports on the governor's response to the allegations. Then, Alyssa Katz, deputy editor for the The City, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" host Elaine Quijano to discuss what this means for Cuomo's political future.
What is Black women's equal pay day?The pay gap between Black women and non-Hispanic White men is getting bigger by the year. Black women make just 63 cents for every dollar White men make. That adds up to a loss of $24,110 a year and close to a million dollars over the course of 40 years. That means Black women would have to work an additional 214 days to earn what White men made in 2020. That 214th day is called Black women's equal pay day. Taifa Smith Butler, the president of Demos, a progressive think tank focused on creating a just, inclusive, multiracial democracy and economy, explains to CBSN's Tanya Rivero why the pay gap is still happening and what can be done to close the gap for Black women.
Spirit Airlines cancels hundreds of scheduled flights on third day of "operational issues"Staffing shortages, weather and system outages have caused hundreds of canceled and delayed flights over the last three days for Spirit Airlines amid a busy travel season. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green discuss.
Two Americans break previous women's 400m hurdles world recordMcLaughlin and Muhammad have been trading off setting world records in the women's 400-meter hurdles.