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Classmates Honor Archer Amorosi, Teen Fatally Shot By Police, With FundraiserFormer classmates of a Twin Cities teenager shot and killed by deputies are honoring his legacy with a fundraiser. Archer Amorosi was fatally shot by Carver County deputies at his home in Chanhassen in July of last year.
Dylan Bennett Taken Into Custody For Murder ChargesDylan John Bennett, sought in the murders of his parents on Aug. 21, is in custody, the Todd County Sheriff's Office said Saturday. Bennett contacted sheriffs just before his arrest, saying he intended to turn himself into the FBI.
State Fair Sets Another Attendance Record On Day 2We did it again! The first two days of the State Fair have broken records for daily attendance. Officials say 157,224 visitors enjoyed the Great Minnesota Get-Together on Friday.
Coon Rapids-Andover Celebrates Back Home After Little League World Series RunDozens of parents, grandparents and fans lined up as the kids were driven into Sand Creek Park on two fire trucks.
Appeals Court Reinstates Lawsuit Over Same-Sex Wedding VideoA federal appeals court has reinstated a lawsuit filed by two Minnesota filmmakers who want the right to refuse to film same-sex weddings.
Investigation Underway After Man Found Dead In Polk CountyAuthorities are investigating after a man was found dead Friday night in Gonvick when deputies responded to a report of an assault.
Officials: GOP Volunteer Accuses Woman Of Groping Her At State Fair BoothMinnesota State Fair officials say a woman filed a police report Friday night accusing another woman of groping her after a political disagreement at the GOP booth.
Savage Fire Chief Resigns After 3 Months On JobDeputy Fire Chief Andrew Slama was tapped to replace him as interim chief.
Wisconsin Leads Nation In Family Farm BankruptciesFrom July 2018 through June 2019, Wisconsin farmers filed 45 bankruptcies under Chapter 12, a section of the U.S. bankruptcy code that provides financially troubled family farmers with a streamlined path to repay all or part of their debts. In Minnesota, bankruptcy filings increased by 11, to 31.
6 Arrested In Golden Valley For Vehicle TamperingPolice say five adults and one juvenile were arrested early Saturday morning following reports of theft and vehicle tampering in Golden Valley.
Charges: James Hill Lured Woman Out Of Brooklyn Park Salon, Then Fatally Shot Her In Parking LotThe Hennepin County Attorney’s office has charged 31-year-old James Alvin Hill with second-degree murder in the death of woman outside of a Brooklyn Park salon Wednesday.
Sheriff: Driver Falls Asleep At The Wheel, Hits School Bus With 41 Kids AboardA school bus with 41 children aboard was hit by a pickup truck Friday afternoon in Yellow Medicine County. Miraculously, no one was hurt.

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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Saturday, August 24, 2019Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Reena Ninan."
Global economy concerns loom over G7 summitDonald Trump is in France meeting with world leaders at the annual G7 summit. Underneath the smiles and handshakes are concerns about the teetering global economy, as well as the president’s escalating trade war with China. Ben Tracy reports.
Illinois patient may be first vaping-related fatality in nationAt least 22 people have developed some type of respiratory illness after vaping or using e-cigarettes
Lightning strike injures multiple people at PGA championshipThe strike hit the top of the tree just off the 16th tee and shattered the bark all the way to the bottom
Emma Stone to play Cruella De Vil in Disney live-action filmEmma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser and Joel Fry are also set to star in the remake
Storms in Atlantic Ocean could impact Greta Thunberg's boat journeyA tropical depression has formed far from shore in the Atlantic Ocean. Another potential storm may form and could bring rain to Florida. Both could impact teen climate activist Greta Thunberg as she travels across the Atlantic Ocean in a boat.
Pete Buttigieg unveils plan to tackle mental health and addiction issuesWhile campaigning in New Hampshire, South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg unveiled his plan to tackle the growing issue of mental health and drug addiction in America by expanding health care services and treatment options. CBS News 2020 campaign reporter Nicole Sganga has more.
Nursing home workers face arrest over Hurricane Irma deathsJorge Carballo and Sergo Colin could face twelve counts of manslaughter, according to their attorneys. Two other employees, both nurses, are expected to face less serious charges
Celebrities call for action against raging Amazon firesLeonardo DiCaprio, Diddy and Madonna are among the celebrities calling for action
What you can do to help the burning Amazon rainforestThe Amazon is the largest rainforest in the world and vital to combating climate change — and it's on fire with no end in sight