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Alec Baldwin Fired Prop Gun That Killed Cinematographer, Injured Director On Movie Set (CBS News)One person was killed and another was wounded after Alec Baldwin's prop firearm discharged on the set of the movie "Rust" on Thursday, according to the Santa Fe County Sheriff's office. Baldwin is starring in and co-producing the Western film.
3 People Shot In Separate Minneapolis Shootings Thursday NightThree people were shot in two separate shootings about 20 minutes apart Thursday night in Minneapolis.
Data Show COVID Cases In Minnesota Schools Have Declined, But Experts Still Watching For Long-Term TrendsThe latest data show COVID-19 cases linked to schools have sharply declined since mid-September, but experts warn that it’s too early to determine if the state has passed the peak of the latest surge.
After WCCO's Eye-Opening Ride Along With Minneapolis Sergeant, Both Sides Of Policing Debate Give Very Different TakesIt took just one night for our cameras to capture Minneapolis Police outnumbered by calls for help, while fighting gang and gun violence. But is it proof we need more cops? Or proof the current system isn't working?
Can You Get The Flu Shot And The COVID Vaccine?As COVID-19 news fills headlines, there's another vaccine we need to consider. Flu shots are already available at some pharmacies.
St. Paul Mayor: City Employees Must Get COVID Vaccine By End Of 2021Workers who don’t certify by mid-January “will not be able to work and may be subject to discipline,” according to the mayor's office.
During Resentencing Of Mohamed Noor, Judge Asks: What Changes Have Been Made To Minneapolis Police?Before Judge Kathryn Quaintance resentenced former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor Thursday morning, she referred to a number of questions first asked by jurors at his trial in 2019. Among them was: What would change to prevent a 911 caller like Justine Ruszczyk Damond from being fatally shot by an officer?
'Really Disgusting And Elaborate': Alleged Sex Competition Prompts Protest, Investigation At Minnesota CollegeA sexual misconduct allegation led to a protest at St. John’s University on Thursday. Reports of a "sex competition" among men living on the first and second floors of St. Patrick Hall prompted the university to hire a third-party investigator to look into the allegations.
Mohamed Noor Resentenced To 57 Months For Manslaughter In Justine Ruszczyk Damond’s Shooting DeathA month after Minnesota's top court tossed his murder conviction, Mohamed Noor has been resentenced to serve a little over two more years in prison for fatally shooting Justine Ruszczyk Damond.
'We Might Run Out Of Them': Minnesotans Buying Snow Blowers Anticipating Supply Chain IssuesDiamond Lake Hardware in Minneapolis sells a tool called The Ultimate Scraper. The product, used for clearing driveways and sidewalks of ice and snow, is made in North Dakota. With the supply issues in many industries, even something made so close to Minnesota still might run out this season.
Supply Chain Issues: 'There Really Are Problems Everywhere,' Even For Small CompaniesExtensive slowdowns all along the supply chain are preventing consumers from buying what they want when they want, suggesting broader problems across the economy.
NOAA's Winter Outlook Is An 'Equal Chances' One For Minnesota, So What's That Mean?The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has updated its winter outlook for the U.S., covering the months of December, January, and February. In it, Minnesota and Wisconsin are forecast to have "equal chances" for above-, near-, and below-normal temperature and precipitation. So what does that mean?
Attorney: Police Confirm Brian Laundrie’s Remains Were Found In Florida Nature ReserveThe attorney for the Laundrie family says that police in Florida have notified the family that Brian Laundrie’s remains were found Wednesday.
'No Brainer': Football League Opts To Move Games Out Of Minneapolis After Shooting Left Spectator In Critical ConditionA Twin Cities football league will no longer play in Minneapolis this season after a teenager was struck by gunfire Tuesday night while watching a youth game.
Good Samaritan Hit By His Own Car Gets His Vehicle BackWCCO's Jeff Wagner reported that 21-year-old Brandon Augst was making a delivery for DoorDash when he saw a fight. His vehicle was taken in the incident. It has since turned up at an impound lot and, what's more, all of his belongings were still inside.

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Cousins, Vikings Keeping Up With NFL's Late-Game Winners"We have a bunch of fighters, bunch of guys that aren't stressed out. They're just going out there. It's just laser-focused, and there's not a lot of talk. We're just staying in the huddle and waiting for that play to start to just get going," Thielen said.
Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 7: Can Matt Ryan Take Advantage Of The Dolphins' Defense?Matt Ryan returns from the bye week with a favorable matchup, but can his Falcons take advantage of a weak Dolphins defense?
Gophers' Seasoned Line In Peak Form With Maryland Up NextThe guys up front for the Gophers have found a groove at just the right time, as several of them enter the final stretch of their unglamorous, unforgettable experience as blockers in the Big Ten.
SportsLine Week 7 NFC North Picks: 'Justin Fields, Passing Game Just Isn't There Yet' For Bears, Says Larry HartsteinThe Bears, who are slowly rolling out the offense for their young quarterback, will struggle to match up with the Bucs, especially with Tom Brady in top form.
'Don't Be Shocked By Anything When These Two Teams Get Together': CBS Sports' Rick Neuheisel Previews LSU-#12 Ole Miss And 3 More GamesCBS Sports' Rick Neuheisel breaks down LSU vs. #12 Mississippi and other key college football matchups.
Anthony Edwards Energizes Wolves In Opening 124-106 Win Over RocketsAnthony Edwards energized the first full-size home crowd of his nascent career with 29 points in 31 minutes for the Minnesota Timberwolves, who cruised to a 124-106 victory over the Houston Rockets to start the season on Wednesday.
As Ben Johnson Takes Over, Gophers Put The 'New' In New LookNew Minnesota coach Ben Johnson might have been wise to start the first practice with some get-to-know-you icebreakers before moving onto the shooting, passing and defense drills.
NFL Week 7 NFC West Preview: 'I'm Going 49ers' In Matchup With Colts, Says CBS San Francisco's Vern GlennThe 49ers return from a bye to face the Colts, with an opportunity to even their record and not fall further behind the undefeated Cardinals.
WATCH: Wolves COO Ryan Tanke Previews SeasonThe Timberwolves kick off the season Wednesday night at home against the Houston Rockets.

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Apparent threat from Haitian gang to kill kidnapped U.S. missionariesAn unverified video posted online appears to feature the leader of the "400 Mawozo" gang threatening to shoot all 17 of the hostages if $17 million in ransom isn't paid.
Alec Baldwin fired prop gun that killed crew member, injured directorBaldwin, 68, is starring in and co-producing the movie "Rust". The local sheriff said he discharged the "prop firearm" that left one colleague dead and another injured in New Mexico.
House votes to hold former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in criminal contemptThe House voted to hold Steve Bannon, a former adviser to President Trump, in criminal contempt. Bannon refused to comply with a subpoena from the House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol. CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with more.
CDC votes to recommend Johnson & Johnson and Moderna COVID vaccine boostersA CDC panel has voted in favor of the Johnson and Johnson and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. Pending approval from the agency's director, millions of people could soon line up for an additional dose. CBS News' Meg Oliver breaks down the decision. Then, critical care physician Dr. Lakshmana Swamy joins CBSN's Lana Zak with his analysis.
CDC panel approves Moderna and J&J boostersA CDC advisory panel is recommending booster doses of both Moderna's and Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccines. Now CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky will decide whether to accept or revise the committee's recommendations. Meg Oliver has more.

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Data Show COVID Cases In Minnesota Schools Have Declined, But Experts Still Watching For Long-Term TrendsThe latest data show COVID-19 cases linked to schools have sharply declined since mid-September, but experts warn that it’s too early to determine if the state has passed the peak of the latest surge.
After WCCO's Eye-Opening Ride Along With Minneapolis Sergeant, Both Sides Of Policing Debate Give Very Different TakesIt took just one night for our cameras to capture Minneapolis Police outnumbered by calls for help, while fighting gang and gun violence. But is it proof we need more cops? Or proof the current system isn't working?
Can You Get The Flu Shot And The COVID Vaccine?As COVID-19 news fills headlines, there's another vaccine we need to consider. Flu shots are already available at some pharmacies.
St. Paul Mayor: City Employees Must Get COVID Vaccine By End Of 2021Workers who don’t certify by mid-January “will not be able to work and may be subject to discipline,” according to the mayor's office.
During Resentencing Of Mohamed Noor, Judge Asks: What Changes Have Been Made To Minneapolis Police?Before Judge Kathryn Quaintance resentenced former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor Thursday morning, she referred to a number of questions first asked by jurors at his trial in 2019. Among them was: What would change to prevent a 911 caller like Justine Ruszczyk Damond from being fatally shot by an officer?
'Really Disgusting And Elaborate': Alleged Sex Competition Prompts Protest, Investigation At Minnesota CollegeA sexual misconduct allegation led to a protest at St. John’s University on Thursday. Reports of a "sex competition" among men living on the first and second floors of St. Patrick Hall prompted the university to hire a third-party investigator to look into the allegations.