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Minnesota Weather: Rounds Of Light Snow Expected Over The WeekendSeveral light snow systems are expected over the next several days.
‘Very Unexpected Outcome’: Eagle Hit By Train In Western WI Expected To Fully Recover=A young eagle was on a railroad track when it was hit by a train. Normally, those accidents end tragically for eagles, but that wasn’t this case this time.
Minnesota Comedian, Actor Louie Anderson Dies At 68Louie Anderson, an actor and comedian born in St. Paul, has died at the age of 68.
After Fighting COVID For Nearly 2 Years, Minnesota Health Care Workers Still Pushing Forward Despite Burnout, Frustration Burned out and frustrated. That's how some members of Minnesota’s medical community describe the situation inside Twin Cities hospitals nearly two years into the pandemic.
Republicans Call For Further Investigation Of Other COVID-Related Federal Funds After Feds Investigate Nonprofit For Alleged FraudState Republicans are calling for an audit of COVID spending after details emerged about a federal investigation into an alleged large-scale fraud scheme that diverted millions intended child nutrition programs to individuals who spent lavishly.
Thousands Lace Up For U.S. Pond Hockey Championships In MinneapolisThousands of hockey players from across the country and world are in Minneapolis for the U.S. Pond Hockey Championships.
1 Student, Driver Hospitalized After Van Collides With School Bus In New BrightonEmergency crews rescued a driver in the Twin Cities on Friday afternoon following a head-on crash between a van and a school bus.
2 Teenagers Accused In Over A Dozen Metro Area CarjackingsTwo St. Paul teenagers have been arrested and charged in connection to a spree of carjackings around the Twin Cities in early January, including an attempt outside of an Edina daycare last week.
Minneapolis Woman Uses Her Apparel Line To Bring Black Girls On College Tours A young Minneapolis woman is using her own money to take local middle schoolers on vacation. And as WCCO found out this trip of a lifetime is changing lives forever.
Access Again An Issue At Federal Trial In George Floyd's KillingA closed hearing in the federal trial of three former Minneapolis police officers in George Floyd’s killing was canceled Friday after prosecutors and the media objected, the second time in just days that access to the proceedings became an issue.
Minneapolis Restaurants File Suit Over City's COVID Vaccine MandateThe plaintiffs listed on the suit include Smack Shack, Sneaky Pete's, Jimmy John's, Bunkers Music Bar & Grill, The Gay 90's, Wild Greg's Saloon, and Urban Forage.
'Dishonored The Uniform': Former Sheriff Calls For Hennepin Co. Sheriff Dave Hutchinson To ResignA Minnesota state senator and former sheriff is calling for Hennepin County Sheriff Dave Hutchinson to resign following his drunk driving crash last month in the lawmaker's own district.
New COVID Testing Site To Open In St. Paul On TuesdayThe site, at the Minnesota Department of Transportation Building, will be able to process 1,000 tests a day.
1 Injured In Uptown Minneapolis ShootingMinneapolis police are investigating after an argument turned into a shooting in Uptown early Friday morning
COVID In Minnesota: Positivity Rate, New Cases Per Capita Appear To Be Leveling OffWith the state's average positivity rate seemingly leveling off amid the omicron variant, Minnesota officials on Monday reported 11,828 new cases and 36 more deaths due to COVID-19.

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Caitlin Clark Sets Big Ten Record As Iowa Women Rout GophersCaitlin Clark recorded her second straight triple-double, setting a Big Ten record with her fourth of the season, and was responsible for more points than Minnesota scored as No. 25 Iowa rolled to a 105-49 victory over the Golden Gophers on Thursday night.
Edina Native Makes Rare Offensive Lineman TD Catch, Securing Bills' Playoff DreamsThe Doyles traveled from Minnesota to Buffalo to watch the Bills play their rival -- the New England Patriots -- in the first round of the playoffs. Tommy Doyle is a rookie offensive tackle for the team.
'I'm Back': Sylvia Fowles Announces Return To Lynx On InstagramIt appears the reigning WNBA Defensive Player of the Year will be back in Minnesota next season.
Cowboys' OC Kellen Moore Interviews For Vikings' Head Coaching JobThis year, the 32-year-old coordinated an offense that ranked No. 1 in both points and yards.
Minnesota Twins' Ron Gardenhire, Dan Gladden And César Tovar Elected To Team’s Hall Of FameThe Minnesota Twins on Thursday announced that Ron Gardenhire, Dan Gladden and César Tovar will be inducted into the club’s Hall of Fame.
Pond Hockey, Snow Sculpting Events Bringing International Attention To MN Winter FunOur local pride in bundling up to head outside in the cold is getting international attention this week.
Young's Scoring Surge Sends Hawks Past Timberwolves, 134-122Trae Young scored 23 of his 37 points in the third quarter, sparking Atlanta's comeback, and the Hawks beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 134-122 on Wednesday night.
Twin Cities Gets Trampoline Zone To Help Action Sports Athletes Hone Their SkillsHelp Boardshop in Edina has an indoor indoor skatepark for skateboarders to ride year-round. Now, the shop also features a trampoline training area.
7 Wild Games Postponed Due To COVID-19 Rescheduled For FebruaryThe NHL announced Wednesday the rescheduled dates for Minnesota Wild games postponed due to COVID-19. All of the rescheduled games will be played next month.

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CBSN Originals | The New Pro-Gun GenerationA new episode of CBSN Originals’ Reverb series investigates how gun owners are growing more diverse as increasing numbers of Black, Latino, and other underrepresented Americans arm up out of fear for their safety.
Biden administration provides masks and at-home tests to combat OmicronThe White House is now working to provide Americans with free N95 masks and at-home COVID-19 test kits. Meanwhile, the Food and Drug Administration is reviewing the vaccines for kids under the age of 5. Emergency medicine physician Dr. Owais Durrani joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the latest efforts to combat the virus.
Laundrie claimed responsibility for Petito's death, FBI saysThe FBI revealed that a notebook found with the remains of Brian Laundrie "contained written statements claiming responsibility" for Gabby Petito's death. The FBI said it is officially closing its investigation.
Anti-abortion advocates march in WashingtonThousands of anti-abortion advocates marched in Washington and held a rally outside the Supreme Court. This comes as the nation's highest court weighs a decision that could allow states to impose tighter restrictions on abortion in the coming months, and possibly even overturn the landmark decision Roe v. Wade. Jan Crawford reports.
Man charged with threatening election officialsThere's been a surge of threats against government officials over the last year related to the pandemic and the 2020 election. The latest involves a Texas man who the Justice Department says threatened to kill top government officials in Georgia. Jeff Pegues has the details.