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Lawsuits Filed Against Minneapolis, State Officials On Behalf Of Journalists, Protesters After George Floyd's DeathThe city of Minneapolis, its police chief and other state leaders face a number of lawsuits connected to injuries inflicted on journalists covering the unrest following George Floyd's death.
President Trump Plans To Visit Minnesota, Wisconsin Next WeekTrump is expected to visit a number of states next week, including Wisconsin, Arizona and Pennsylvania. According to officials, the visits to Minnesota and Wisconsin are scheduled for Monday of next week.
'You Just Got Shot In The Head': Bullet Grazes Minneapolis Man Near Loring ParkJust as Shannon Grendahl was talking with neighbors near Loring Park about not feeling safe in their neighborhood, a bullet grazed the top of his head. He says he could feel his spine compress.
Minneapolis Police Investigate Shooting, Crash On West Broadway AvenueMinneapolis police say a man is hurt after a car crash and shooting Wednesday night at a busy intersection in the Hawthrone neighborhood.
Brenna Connelly Crowned 67th Princess Kay Of The Milky WayBrenna Connelly was crowned the 67th Princess Kay of the Milky Way Wednesday evening in a private ceremony that was streamed online.
Police: Thieves Targeting Minnetonka Mailboxes With Flags UpThe flag on your mailbox could be flagging down thieves.
Senate GOP Ousts DLI Commissioner Nancy Lippink In Move Gov. Walz Calls 'Political Payback'Republicans who control the Minnesota Senate showed their displeasure with Democratic Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday by ousting his commissioner of labor and industry amid a dispute over how the administration is managing the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
DEA: Fake Pain Pills Flooding Into MinnesotaFederal investigators say fake prescription drugs are flooding into Minnesota.
Driver Fighting For His Life After Crash On I-394 In St. Louis ParkThe Minnesota State Patrol says a 28-year-old Plymouth man suffered life-threatening injuries in a crash Wednesday afternoon on Interstate 394 in St. Louis Park.
3 St. Cloud Men Charged In Armed Home Invasion, RobberyThree men face criminal charges in connection to the home invasion and robbery of a St. Cloud woman Wednesday morning.
Home Repair Materials In Short Supply Due To COVID-19 Production SlowdownsWhen factories making asphalt shingles were shuttered by coronavirus lockdowns, it led to some supply chain problems.
George Floyd Case: State Files Motion To Combine Trial Of All 4 Ex-Officers ChargedThe State of Minnesota has filed a motion for all four officers charged in the death of George Floyd to be combined into one trial.

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Lawsuit Filed On Behalf Of Protesters, Journalists After George Floyd's DeathThe city of Minneapolis, its police chief and other state leaders face a number of lawsuits connected to the unrest following George Floyd’s death, reports Jennifer Mayerle (). WCCO 4 News At 10 - August 13, 2020
Bullet Grazes Man While Discussing Mpls. Crime With NeighborsLess than an inch separated a Minneapolis man from losing his life when a stray bullet hit him in the head, reports Jeff Wagner (1:57). WCCO 4 News At 10 - August 12, 2020
Walz Taps Shawn Manke To Lead Minn. National GuardA new leader is taking charge of an organization that's truly been tested this year, reports Marielle Mohs (1:59). WCCO 4 News At 6 - August 12, 2020
Local Chef Donates $5K To Second Harvest HeartlandWhile many restaurants are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic, one owner is giving back to help those affected by hunger, reports Kate Raddatz (1:58). WCCO 4 News At 6 - August 12, 2020
Recent Hail Storms Create Rush For New RoofsWhen factories making asphalt shingles were shuttered by coronavirus lockdowns, it led to some supply chain problems, reports Bill Hudson (1:57). WCCO 4 News At 6 - August 12, 2020
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Lawmakers Hear Plans On Safely Starting The School YearThe third legislative session of the year has begun at the Capitol, and one topic Minnesota lawmakers discussed Wednesday morning was how students will safely start the school year, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (2:31). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 12, 2020

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Lawsuits Filed Against Minneapolis, State Officials On Behalf Of Journalists, Protesters After George Floyd's DeathThe city of Minneapolis, its police chief and other state leaders face a number of lawsuits connected to injuries inflicted on journalists covering the unrest following George Floyd's death.
'You Just Got Shot In The Head': Bullet Grazes Minneapolis Man Near Loring ParkJust as Shannon Grendahl was talking with neighbors near Loring Park about not feeling safe in their neighborhood, a bullet grazed the top of his head. He says he could feel his spine compress.
Brenna Connelly Crowned 67th Princess Kay Of The Milky WayBrenna Connelly was crowned the 67th Princess Kay of the Milky Way Wednesday evening in a private ceremony that was streamed online.
Senate GOP Ousts DLI Commissioner Nancy Lippink In Move Gov. Walz Calls 'Political Payback'Republicans who control the Minnesota Senate showed their displeasure with Democratic Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday by ousting his commissioner of labor and industry amid a dispute over how the administration is managing the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Home Repair Materials In Short Supply Due To COVID-19 Production SlowdownsWhen factories making asphalt shingles were shuttered by coronavirus lockdowns, it led to some supply chain problems.
George Floyd Case: State Files Motion To Combine Trial Of All 4 Ex-Officers ChargedThe State of Minnesota has filed a motion for all four officers charged in the death of George Floyd to be combined into one trial.