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Man Found Dead In Plato Identified As Timothy TingeFew other details were immediately available, but the incident is not believed to have been random, and say there is no ongoing threat to the public.
Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Set To Expire Tuesday AfternoonWhile smoke and haze from Canadian wildfires will still linger over Minnesota on Tuesday, the air quality alert is slated to expire in the afternoon.
None Hurt After Minneapolis Crews Battle 5 Fires Over 8-Hour PeriodMinneapolis firefighters battled five fires in the city between Monday evening and early Tuesday morning.
Man Dies After Dispute Leads To Shooting In North MinneapolisA man is dead after a shooting early Tuesday morning in north Minneapolis.
St. Paul Woman Charged With Murder After Ex-Husband's Body Found Buried In BackyardA woman has been arrested and charged in the death of her ex-husband, whose body was discovered buried in the backyard of their home. 
COVID Surge Has Minnesota Institutions, Including The State Fair, Taking Note: 'Everything...Is Still On The Table'Changes are happening in Minnesota as COVID-19 cases surge.
Why Are Weeds Growing So Well In The Drought?As our lawns continue to turn a deeper tan color, some green is sprouting up in our yards and gardens. Weeds seem to have no problem powering through this dry hot summer.
Companies Have Year To Find Safer Alternative After Minnesota Bans Toxic Chemical TCEThe state became the first in the nation to ban TCE in 2020. The move followed two years of investigative reports by WCCO on Water Gremlin. Its Twin Cities plant had released unsafe levels of the cancer-causing chemical into the air for more than 15 years, resulting in a multi-million dollar fine.
COVID Testing Is On The Rise Again, And Trickier To FindCOVID testing is on the rise again -- but getting one might be harder than it was a few months ago.
5-Hour Rochester Hotel Standoff Ends Peacefully, Police SayA five-hour standoff at a Rochester hotel ended peacefully Monday evening with a man in custody.
St. Paul Police Investigate Fatal Shooting On City's East SideSt. Paul police are investigating the city’s 16th homicide of the year Monday night.
Allina Health, M Health Fairview Require Employees To Get COVID VaccineTwo of Minnesota's largest health care systems will now require employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by fall.
Target, Cub Will Again Require Some Workers To Wear Face MasksThe CDC changed its guidance after data showed that while vaccines still protect people from getting seriously sick from COVID and the Delta variant, fully vaccinated individuals can still be contagious.
'It Is Awesome': At St. Paul's Interact, Artists With Disabilities Are Excited To Create Together AgainWCCO was there for the reunion 16 months in the making.
Mack Motzko Honored At Celebration Of Life In St. Cloud: 'The World Did Not Wait To Love You'A celebration of life is planned Monday for Mack Motzko, the 20-year-old son of Gophers men’s hockey coach Bob Motzko.

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Timberwolves Acquire Taurean Prince From Cavaliers In Exchange For Ricky Rubio, 2022 2nd-Round PickThe Minnesota Timberwolves announced on Tuesday the acquisition of Taurean Prince from the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for Ricky Rubio.
Mack Motzko Honored At Celebration Of Life In St. Cloud: 'The World Did Not Wait To Love You'A celebration of life is planned Monday for Mack Motzko, the 20-year-old son of Gophers men’s hockey coach Bob Motzko.
Vikings Place 4 Players, Including Kirk Cousins, On Reserve/COVID-19 ListAlong with Cousins, passers Kellen Mond and Nate Stanley and wide receiver Myron Mitchell were put on the list Monday.
Baseball Report: Three Recently Traded Cubs Homer In DebutThis week's Baseball Report looks at the three former Cubs who each hit a home run in their respective debuts and the Mets' failure to sign their 2021 first-round pick.
Minnesota Olympians Help Boost Interest In Their Sports At Home“It’s been amazing. It’s been very stressful to be perfectly honest, not being able to be there was frustrating,” said Paul Smith, Regan Smith's dad.
Wainwright Solid For 7 In Cardinals' 7-3 Win Over TwinsAdam Wainwright tossed seven effective innings and rookie Edmundo Sosa homered to help the St. Louis Cardinals to a 7-3 win over the Minnesota Twins on Sunday.
After Gold Medal Win, Sunisa Lee Adds Bronze On Uneven BarsSunisa Lee came to Japan to win a gold medal. And she did. Just not the one she really, really wanted.
Goal In Stoppage Time Helps Vancouver Tie Minnesota United 2-2United outshot the Whitecaps 11-10, with four shots on goal to three for the Whitecaps.
Ryan Jeffers Homers Again, Twins Rout Cardinals 8-1Jeffers hit two home runs, including his first grand slam, and drove home six in a 17-14 loss to Detroit on Wednesday.

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Report finds federal agencies don't meet federal cybersecurity standardsA Senate report has finds federal agencies are not meetings government cybersecurity standards. CBS News Homeland Security and Justice reporter Nicole Sganga joins "CBSN AM" to discuss the report.
Olympic Games spark new conversations on mental healthSimone Biles' decision to not participate in some gymnastic categories caused a stir on athlete's mental health and dedication to sport. Psychiatrist Dr. David Bober joins CBSN AM to talk more about the pressure the stars are under.
Simone Biles wins bronze in balance beam in Olympic returnShe'd dropped out of numerous other events at the Tokyo Games, citing mental health issues. The bronze was Biles' seventh Olympic medal, trying the most ever for an American gymnast.
White House pushes cities, states to prevent eviction crisisThe Biden administration is urging state and local governments to prevent an eviction crisis from erupting after a moratorium expired over the weekend. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joined CBSN to discuss what kind of issue this poses for the Biden administration.
Simone Biles wins bronze medal in balance beam final after taking time off for mental healthU.S. gymnast Simone Biles won the bronze medal in the balance beam final at the Tokyo Olympics. It was the first event she has participated in since withdrawing from other events last week, citing her mental well-being. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas joins "CBSN AM" from Tokyo to discuss.