MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From an elementary school shooting in South Carolina to Wells Fargo’s CEO testifying on Capitol Hill, here is a look at the top four stories from Sept. 29, 2016.

South Carolina Authorities Investigate School Shooting

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Authorities in South Carolina are trying to figure out what led a 14-year-old boy to open fire at an elementary school.

Investigators said the teen first shot and killed his father before going to the small school in Townville, where he shot a teacher and two 6-year-old boys. One is in critical condition.

The teen is now in police custody.

Obama To Sign Short Term Spending Bill

President Barack Obama is set to sign a short term spending bill, averting a government shutdown.

The measure, which was passed by both the House and Senate Wednesday, includes more than a billion dollars in aid to combat the Zika virus.

The bill will keep the government running through early December.

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Wells Fargo CEO Testifies

The CEO of Wells Fargo will testify on Capitol Hill again Thursday over the company’s fake bank account scandal.

This comes two days after John Stumpf agreed to give up to $41 million in unvested stock awards.

Wells Fargo employees are accused of illegally creating up to two million bank and credit card accounts customers never wanted.

It’s National Coffee Day!

Happy National Coffee Day!

Caribou Coffee is celebrating with free samples at Peavey Plaza in downtown Minneapolis. They also have a custom video booth where you can create tribute videos thanking caregivers who help cancer patients. For every tribute submitted, Caribou will donate $5 to CancerCare.

They’ll be out there until 10 a.m.

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