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What To Know Before Hands-Free Law Goes Into EffectViolations will cost from $50 to $275 plus court fees depending on the offense. Another important takeaway from the new law is no touching your phone at traffic lights or when waiting in traffic.
Turtle Lake Continues Cleanup After Tornadoes, Storm Batter WisconsinAs drivers glance across the fields at Turtle Lake High School, it's impossible to miss the twisted and torn remnants of Friday's destructive storm.
2-Year-Old Drives Himself To Chisago County Fair On Toy TractorWhile his parents set up for a garage sale last Thursday, Kenneth Allen decided to do some off-roading. Cruising at a steady two miles an hour, the 2-year-old was heading for the bright lights of the county fair several blocks away.
Good Question: How Are Kids' Sports Physicals Different From Regular Ones?Doctors recommend all children get an annual physical, but the Minnesota Sports High School League requires a more intensive sports physical every three years.
Brooklyn Center Baby Sitter Gets 21 Years For Death Of InfantA 38-year-old Brooklyn Center woman has been sentenced to more than 21 years in prison after a baby in her care died of a "catastrophic head injury."
People Soak Up Sun In Hudson On Top 10 Weather DayIt's a day no one seems to be taking for granted – not too hot, not too cold, but just right.
Man, 19, In Critical Condition After Being Shot In HeadPolice say a 19-year-old St. Cloud man was taken to the hospital in critical condition after being shot in the head Monday in Waite Park.
Among Tough Moments For Those With Alzheimer's Disease, When To Take The Keys AwayJust as they have for years, the Quinns escaped most of the Minnesota winter in Florida. Only this time, there were very few beach walks Paul would take alone.
Sheriff: Man, 49, Dies After Tree Falls On Him In Oak GroveAuthorities say a 49-year-old man died Monday when a tree he was trying to cut down fell on him in Oak Grove.
Panel To Study Police Shootings, Search Out SolutionsNothing has ignited more heated protest and public debate in recent years than officer-involved shootings.
Top 10 Weather Day Enjoyed By Many Around Lake HarrietOn all nice days, you can find Barbara Farrell among the roses. As a retiree, she frequents Lake Harriet Rose Garden, strolling the rows of flowers while free of shoes and stress.
Charges: Shakee Shabazz Miller-Brantley Shot, Killed Mother Of 3 In St. Paul HomeA 28-year-old man has been charged with murder after police say he shot and killed a mother of three Friday in St. Paul.

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7/22: CBS Evening NewsTens of thousands of protesters demand resignation of Puerto Rico's governor; Colorblind firefighter moved to tears seeing the American flag's colors for first time.
Tom Brady faces backlash for cliff diving with daughterEven The Rock weighed in on the controversy
Mom of girl who died on cruise ship calls tragedy "unfathomable"Kimberley Wiegand says that her family will sue Royal Caribbean Cruises for "not having a safer situation on the 11th floor of that cruise ship"
Chelsea Clinton announces birth of 3rd child"We are overflowing with love and gratitude and can't wait to introduce him to his big sister and brother," said Clinton in a tweet
The latest on Jeffrey Epstein's bail request and newly unsealed documents from the case against Michael CohenAlready, it's been a big week for high-profile legal cases. Newly unsealed documents pertaining to Michael Cohen shows Trump's alleged involvement in a hush money scheme. Disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein recently had his bail request denied. Criminal defense attorney Vinoo Varghese breaks down the two major cases.
U.S. denies claims Iran arrested 17 CIA spiesIran says 17 alleged CIA spies have been arrested, a claim Donald Trump called "totally false". Javed Ali, a former senior director for counterterrorism at the National Security Council, joins CBSN to discuss U.S. policy toward Iran amid escalating tensions between the two countries.
Tulsi Gabbard reiterates call for Puerto Rico governor to step down"You're going to continue to see these protests until the governor resigns," Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said
Colorblind firefighter moved to tears seeing the American flag's colors for first timeA colorblind firefighter had never seen the red, white and blue of the American flag. So his friend found a way to surprise him. "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell has his story.
CBS News poll finds Biden leading Democratic candidatesIn a new CBS News poll, Joe Biden maintains a lead over other Democratic presidential candidates. But that lead could be shrinking. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters demand resignation of Puerto Rico's governorProtesters have gathered outside the governor's mansion in Puerto Rico, demanding Ricardo Roselló step down. Earlier in the day, thousands filled the streets in the biggest demonstration the island has seen in decades. David Begnaud has the latest.