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Long-Time Minneapolis Fire Chief John Fruetel RetiresThe long-time leader of the Minneapolis Fire Department is retiring. 
Construction Worker Rescued After Falling Off Bridge In MinneapolisEmergency crews descended Friday morning into the Mississippi River to rescue a construction worker who fell off a beam on the 3rd Avenue bridge.
COVID In Minnesota: 61 More Deaths Reported As Hospitalizations Begin Ticking DownwardMinnesota health officials on Friday reported 5,371 new cases of COVID-19 and 61 more deaths. Meanwhile, the rates at which the virus is spreading and Minnesotans are being hospitalized for it have fallen over the last two weeks.
DPS: More People Have Died On Minnesota Roads So Far This Year Than During All Of 2019Despite fewer people driving on Minnesota roads this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Minnesota safety officials say more people have died in crashes so far this year than during all of 2019.
Biden Says He Plans To Ask Americans To Wear Masks For His First 100 Days In Office (CBS News)
1 Dog From Car Stolen In South Minneapolis Recovered, Other Dog Still MissingA south Minneapolis woman who had her car stolen with two dogs inside says one of her pets has been found.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Declines To Hear Trump Election LawsuitA divided Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday refused to hear President Donald Trump’s lawsuit attempting to overturn his loss to Democrat Joe Biden in the battleground state, sidestepping a decision on the merits of the claims and instead ruling that the case must first wind its way through lower courts.
North Dakota Legislature Votes To Require Masks At State CapitolNorth Dakota lawmakers decided Thursday to require masks at the state Capitol, despite opposition by ultraconservative members of the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Albert Lea Firefighters Knock Down Warehouse FireTwo empty warehouses near Albert Lea went us in flames Thursday night.
COVID In Minnesota: Deadline Looms For Residents To Seek Housing AidMinnesota residents who have fallen behind on their rent, mortgage or utility payments amid the coronavirus pandemic should apply for state aid before a looming deadline of Monday night, Gov. Tim Walz and other officials urged Thursday.
Student Athletes Plea To #MaskUpMN So They Can Play This WinterStudent-athletes want to make sure they get to play as early as possible, so many took to social media to send a message to #MaskUpMN.
'I Just Want The Dogs Back': Thief Steals Car In Minneapolis With Pets InsideA south Minneapolis couple is desperate to find their two dogs after a woman stole their car with the pets inside.

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How To Take Birdfeeding To The Next LevelRebecca Kolls demonstrates how to make some outdoor edible ornaments for birds this Holiday season (3:35) WCCO 4 News At Noon - Dec. 4, 2020
What You Need To Know About The Impending COVID VaccinesSeveral coronavirus vaccines are in development, but the two ready for approval are from Pfizer and from Moderna, Laura Podesta reports (). WCCO 4 News At Noon - December 4, 2020
After Decades With MFD, Fire Chief John Fruetel RetiresAs he gets ready to retire, a number of councilmembers, the mayor and the police chief praised him for taking the lead and responding to such tragedies as the 35W Bridge Collapse, and the Northside tornado, John Lauritsen reports (2:02). WCCO 4 News At Noon - December 4, 2020
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Dec. 4, 2020Today, we wanted to talk with viewers about holiday traditions and what they plan to do this year in the time of COVID (8:52). WCCO 4 News -- Dec. 4, 2020
Celebrating The Holidazzle VirtuallyHeather Brown spoke with Leah Wong, of the Minneapolis Downtown Council, about how the annual holiday celebration is going virtual this year, with plenty of activities families can do together (4:21). WCCO This Morning -- Dec. 4, 2020
Tips For Eating Healthy While Working At HomeNutritionist Emily Niswanger, of Allina Health, spoke with Health Brown about ways people can set themselves up to eat healthier snacks (3:42). WCCO This Morning -- Dec. 4, 2020