MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From Bernie Sanders leading Hillary Clinton in a new poll to Dr. Walter Palmer returning to his practice, here are the four stories to know for Monday, Aug. 7.5 Injured In Dinkytown Shooting
A new poll shows Hillary Clinton is losing ground in the race for the White House.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has taken a 9-point lead over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, according to a new Marist-NBC Poll. That same poll had Vice President Joe Biden on the ballot.
If the presidential election was held today, it showed: 41 percent of Democratic voters would cast a ballot for Sanders and 32 percent would vote for Clinton. Biden came in third with 16 percent.
Bloomington dentist, Dr. Walter Palmer will go back to work Tuesday.
Palmer told reporters from the Star Tribune and Associated Press that he hopes to get his life back.
During a hunting expedition earlier this summer, Palmer killed Cecil, a beloved lion in Zimbabwe.
The 55-year-old dentist has not been charged with a crime. He says this will be his only interview.List Of Juneteenth Events In The Twin Cities
Game, set, match: Sibling rivalry once again.
Venus and Serena Williams will take sibling rivalry to a whole new level Tuesday at the U.S. Open.
The sisters each beat their singles opponents Sunday. Now, they will face off for the 27th time in their professional careers in the quarter-finals.
Serena has won six of the last seven meetings against her older sister. At stake for Serena is a rare opportunity to win the Grand Slam if she defeats Venus.
The last women’s player to win the Grand Slam was Steffi Graf in 1988.
You have one last chance to visit the Minnesota State Fair.
Celebrate Hmong Minnesota Day at Carousel Park. Also, if you want to play some games or go for a ride, Mighty Midway & Kidway get discounts all day.
There are also some great Last Chance bargains throughout the fair. But if you do go, get there early. The Barns and CHS Miracle of Birth Center close early Monday.MORE NEWS: Nostalgia And Flavor: Saturday Dumpling Club Takes Off In Minneapolis