Latest News Headlines

Man Shot In Chest On East Side Of St. PaulA man was found shot in the chest on the east side of St. Paul Monday morning, according to the St. Paul Police Department.
Burnsville Woman Accused Of Drinking, Taking Pills While BabysittingPolice found the 6-month-old girl with bruises on her cheek, abdomen and arm.
Mechanical Engineering Building At University Of Minnesota Reopens After 'Minor Fire'The mechanical engineering building at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus has reopened following a minor fire that caused it to close Monday morning.
Moorhead Police Seek Help Finding Missing 14-Year-Old GirlPolice are asking for help locating a 14-year-old Moorhead girl who was last seen Wednesday, Aug. 14.
Line 3 Protesters Rally At Enbridge's Bemidji OfficeDozens of people rallied outside the Bemidji office of Enbridge Energy to protest the company's proposed Line 3 oil pipeline replacement.
Life Expectancy Drops In Wisconsin Due To Alcohol, DrugsDrug and alcohol deaths in Wisconsin have more than tripled since 1999, increasing from 593 that year to 1,985 in 2017. The state's drug death rate has more than quadrupled since 1999. Opioid deaths increased from 65 in 1999 to 901 in 2017.
SPFD Equipment Stolen From Mounds ParkThe Saint Paul Fire Department is asking for information regarding equipment that was stolen from Mounds Park Sunday.
Family Of Girl Burned In Fridley Car Fire Seeks Help With Medical ExpensesThe family of a girl who was severely burned in a car fire earlier this month in Fridley is seeking help with medical expenses as the 9-year-old recovers.
Many Teachers Spend More Than $100 For Students' School SuppliesAccording to a WCCO survey, involving more than 1,000 of Minnesota’s educators, some districts will give stipends to cover the cost of school supplies.
Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib To Speak In St. Paul On Travel RestrictionsTlaib and Omar are known as supporters of "boycott, divestment and sanctions," or BDS, a Palestinian-led global movement.
Elizabeth Warren To Host Town Hall In The Twin CitiesSen. Elizabeth Warren is bringing her presidential campaign to the Twin Cities on Monday.
‘Great Food…For Real Life’: Target Announces New ‘Good & Gather’ Grocery BrandTarget is launching a new in-house grocery brand.

Latest Sports Headlines

With Tanner Morgan And Mohamed Ibrahim, Minnesota Has 'A Shot' At Big Ten West Crown Says CBS Sports Analyst Randy CrossThe CBS Sports college football analyst discusses the Gophers as the season opener against the Jackrabbits rapidly approaches.
Vikings Top Seahawks 25-19 Behind Crisp Preseason PassingRookie tight end Irv Smith Jr. and backup wide receiver Brandon Zylstra each had touchdown receptions for Minnesota and the Vikings displayed depth and versatility in their passing game in a 25-19 exhibition victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night.
Vikings Fans Enjoy 1st Home TailgateSunday's game gave Vikings fans their first home tailgating experience of the season Bags, barbecue, and beer: It's the start of what these fans have been waiting for-- for months.
Polanco, Twins Top Rangers 6-3 For 1st 4-Game Sweep Of TexasJorge Polanco cleared the bases with a tiebreaking triple in the eighth inning, helping the Minnesota Twins to their first-ever four-game sweep of Texas with a 6-3 victory over the Rangers on Sunday. Polanco's two-out liner to the gap in right-center field off Emmanuel Clase (0-2) followed the hard-throwing rookie getting a strikeout and groundout after putting runners at second and third with no outs.
Cron's HR Caps 6-Run First As Twins Beat Rangers 12-7Tyler Duffey's season win total increased before the game while he was sitting in the clubhouse and again Saturday night after he was back out on the mound for the Minnesota Twins.
3-on-3 Basketball To Make Olympic DebutA new sport is making its Olympic debut next summer in Tokyo: three-on-three basketball. A tournament today in Blaine was part of the process of choosing Team USA.

CBS News - National Headlines

Tourists face jail time for stealing sand from SardiniaThe couple told police they took the sand because they wanted to keep it as a "souvenir"
Pence insists economy is strong, blaming media for "irresponsible rhetoric"The National Association for Business Economics found roughly one in three economists believe a recession will come
NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo fired in 2014 Eric Garner chokehold deathNew York City's police commissioner fires officer involved in 2014 death of unarmed black man
After Epstein suicide, attorney general reassigns federal prisons chiefAttorney General William Barr announces Hugh Hurwitz's reassignment more than a week after Jeffrey Epstein's suicide
U.S. conducts first missile test since ending INF treaty with RussiaThe U.S. withdrew from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Treaty in early August, after accusing Russia of failing to comply with the treaty
NYPD commissioner fires Officer Daniel Pantaleo over Eric Garner's deathNew York City's police commissioner has fired a police officer involved in the 2014 death of an unarmed black man. Police Commissioner James O'Neill had been deliberating whether to accept a disciplinary judge's recommendation that Officer Daniel Pantaleo be fired for using a banned chokehold on Eric Garner. Attorney Vinoo Varghese joined CBSN to discuss the decision.
Iran sanctions threaten the lives of young cancer patientsIn the battle over sanctions between the U.S. and Iran, the losers are Iranian cancer patients seeking life-saving drugs
DHS says "Remain in Mexico" program is one "we're building to last"Under the policy, approximately 32,000 asylum seekers have been returned by the U.S. to Mexico — where most struggle to find lawyers and some face persecution
CEO of Israeli spyware-maker NSO on fighting terror, Khashoggi murder, and Saudi ArabiaAn Israeli company licenses software around the world that can crack just about any smartphone, but is its use always on the side of good? Lesley Stahl reports
Author James Clear on building good habitsNew York Times bestselling author James Clear explains to David Begnaud how you can build good habits and break bad ones.