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Animal Humane Society Cuts Ribbon For Vet Clinic In St. PaulThe clinic will have veterinary services, pet training, youth programs and community seminars.
Minnesota Weather: Severe Storms Possible Saturday AfternoonMeteorologist Mike Augustyniak says there is a "conditional" chance for severe weather. It is possible storms might not make it to severe levels, but they could produce high-end severe weather if they do.
Sheriff: Missing Boater Found Dead In Western WisconsinAuthorities say the body of a missing boater was found late Friday night in the water near Lake Tainter Channel in Wisconsin.
Storm Brings Flash Flooding, Hail To North Dakota, MinnesotaResidents in northern North Dakota and Minnesota were waking up to flooded streets and fields after an overnight storm dumped more than 5 inches of rain in some areas.
Minneapolis Police: 1 Dead In Early Morning ShootingOfficers responded to the 3900 block of Humboldt Avenue North, where they found a man in his 30s suffering from a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Belgrade Police: Chunk Of Metal From Passing Truck Pierces Woman's WindshieldA woman on her way to work had the shock of a lifetime when a hunk of metal from a passing truck pierced her windshield.
St. Paul Police To Release Body Cam Footage Of Ronald Davis Shooting DeathThe St. Paul Police Department says it will release the body cam footage in the death of Ronald Davis, who was fatally shot over the weekend by a city officer.
3 More Gray Wolves Moved To Isle Royale National ParkFour gray wolves from Michigan's Upper Peninsula were transported for resettlement in Isle Royale National Park to help restore the predator species on the Lake Superior island chain.
700 Minnesota National Guard Troops Heading To Iraq, KuwaitIt's a tough day for hundreds of Minnesota National Guard families sending loved ones overseas.
Rosemount Neighbors Concerned Air Quality Is Unsafe Near HomesSome people living in Rosemount are concerned about a metallic-smelling haze they say regularly shows up in their yards.
56 Brewing Releases Kernza Lager Thanks To General Mills CerealCascadian Farm by General Mills handed over some of their limited edition Kernza cereal to a northeast Minneapolis brewery. WCCO's Marielle Mohs shows us how using the cereal is helping the environment.
J&B Group Closing Pipestone Meat Processing PlantA meat processing plant in Pipestone is for sale and set to shutter its doors later this year, impacting the 145 employees who work there.

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Biden says Trump "could be impeached" based on House probe resultsBiden's comments come amid reports that President Trump asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Biden's son
17 Democratic candidates attend Iowa Steak FryAround 12,000 attendees are expected to show up for burgers and face time with 17 Democratic presidential candidates at the Polk County Democratic Party’s annual steak fry in Iowa on Saturday. Ed O’Keefe joins CBSN from Iowa.
A World War II veteran's memories of a shot firedClarence Smoyer, a gunner with the U.S. Army's 3rd Armored Division, cannot forget his fateful tank battle in Cologne, Germany, and a young girl caught in the crossfire
"A Kennedy is a Kennedy": Joe Kennedy launches Senate challengeThe 38-year-old Kennedy scion is challenging Senator Ed Markey
WWII vet Clarence Smoyer awarded Bronze StarOn March 6, 1945 Clarence Smoyer, a Pershing tank gunner with the U.S. Army's 3rd Armored Division, helped to capture Cologne, Germany's third-largest city. His bravery under fire was chronicled in a recent book, "Spearhead." On September 18, 2019, Smoyer, now 95, was belatedly awarded the Bronze Star in a ceremony at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Sophia Bush is fighting to end period poverty in the U.S.According to a 2019 survey, nearly one in five girls in the U.S. have missed school due to a lack of period products
MLB player Sean Doolittle pitches for independent bookstoresWashington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle wants to share his love of books. Back in April he began posting on social media about what he was reading, and which independent bookstores he shopped in during each major league stop. Doolittle's reading adventure was a hit, raising the profile of booksellers across the country. Dana Jacobson reports.
2020 Democratic candidates attend Iowa Steak FryMore than 12,000 attendees are expected to hear from 17 candidates at the event
"Queer Eye" star reveals he's HIV positive"These are issues that need to be talked about," Van Ness said
5th linked to Tropical Storm Imelda's aftermathThe storm caused widespread flooding in southeastern Texas and parts of Louisiana.

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Minnesota Weather: Severe Storms Possible Saturday AfternoonMeteorologist Mike Augustyniak says there is a "conditional" chance for severe weather. It is possible storms might not make it to severe levels, but they could produce high-end severe weather if they do.
Minneapolis Police: 1 Dead In Early Morning ShootingOfficers responded to the 3900 block of Humboldt Avenue North, where they found a man in his 30s suffering from a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Belgrade Police: Chunk Of Metal From Passing Truck Pierces Woman's WindshieldA woman on her way to work had the shock of a lifetime when a hunk of metal from a passing truck pierced her windshield.
From Haiti To Minneapolis: Washburn High's Unstoppable Soccer Duo Of Jameson Charles & Darley FlorvilThe duo of Jameson Charles and Darley Florvil that drives the success of Minneapolis Washburn High School have an incredible story much bigger than soccer.
St. Paul Police To Release Body Cam Footage Of Ronald Davis Shooting DeathThe St. Paul Police Department says it will release the body cam footage in the death of Ronald Davis, who was fatally shot over the weekend by a city officer.
Edina's Nicole Copeland Aiming For 3rd Straight Tennis Championship"Walking on the court and thinking you're going to lose, you're probably going to lose. You can't do that to yourself, so I'd say that there is pressure, but I love pressure because it's a privilege, and I'm happy I got to the point where I am," Edina High School's Nicole Copeland said.