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12-Year-Old Hurt In St. Paul Shooting; Investigation UnderwayA child was shot in St. Paul on Friday night, becoming the latest young victim of gun violence in the Twin Cities this year.
5 People Injured In House Explosion In CambridgeAuthorities say everyone did get out of the home, and no critical injuries have been reported. There's no word on a possible cause as it's still very early into the investigation.
‘We’re Making Some Adjustments’: Worker Shortage Has Metro Transit Pushing Light Rail Service To Every 12 MinutesMetro Transit is making some changes to its light rail schedule. Starting first thing Saturday morning, trains will operate every 12 minutes instead of every 10, on both Blue and Green line trains.
Minnesota Lawmaker Seeks Donations To Help Family Charged In Jan. 6 InsurrectionSen. Mark Koran, a North Branch Republican, on Friday posted a link to a crowdfunding site launched by a member of the Westbury family -- four members of which are charged with crimes related to the deadly Capitol riot.
Truck Goes Through 'Ice' In Barron County In DWI, Sheriff's Dept. ReportsThe last few days have brought colder temperatures to Minnesota and Wisconsin, including overnight lows at or below freezing in some parts. But an incident overnight has the Barron County Sheriff's Department asking, "Where do we begin with this one?"
Apartments Evacuated After Fire In South MinneapolisCrews there battled an apartment fire that was contained to one unit. Three people were taken to the hospital to be evaluated for smoke inhalation.
MPD Officer Brian Cummings Charged In Collision That Killed Leneal FrazierMinneapolis Police Officer Brian Cummings now faces two felony charges in connection to the collision that killed 40-year-old Leneal Frazier earlier this year.
Man Hospitalized After Hit-And-Run In Brooklyn ParkAuthorities are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a car in a hit-and-run Friday night in Brooklyn Park.
Aromatherapy Spray Linked To Deadly Tropical Disease; 1 Minnesotan Among Those Sickened In U.S.U.S. health officials may have solved the mystery of how four people in different states came down with a serious tropical disease even though none had traveled internationally: an aromatherapy spray imported from India.
St. Paul Shooting Leaves Man With Gunshot Wound In Face, Other Man ArrestedMan is recovering after being shot in the face in St. Paul Friday evening.
Eastbound I-94 Closed At Dowling Avenue After 'Serious Crash'The eastbound lanes of Interstate 94 closed Friday night in north Minneapolis after what officials described as a "serious crash."
Man Dies Days After Being Shot In Head In South MinneapolisA man shot in the head earlier this month in Minneapolis died this week of his injuries.
Northern Minnesota Man Pleads Guilty To Abusing Child Over Several Years A northern Minnesota man pleaded guilty Thursday to sexually abusing a child over the course of six years.
Sean McClernon Identified As Driver Killed In Fiery Crash At I-35W & Lake Street Station Officials have identified the driver who died in a fiery crash last weekend at the new Lake Street Station on Interstate 35W in south Minneapolis.
Tallest Trooper Ever To Serve Among Those Added To Minnesota State Patrol's RanksWhile all these troopers were wearing the same uniform during Friday's ceremony, they have very different back stories.

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Gotham Chopra Sheds New Light On Russell Westbrook In SHOWTIME Doc: 'People Think He's Raw Emotion, There's A Lot Of Layers There''Passion Play: Russell Westbrook' co-director Gotham Chopra discusses getting to know the man behind the high-flying on-court persona of Lakers' star Russell Westbrook.
Bears-Buccaneers Preview: Chicago 'Very Smart In How They Use Justin Fields,' Says CBS Sports' Phil SimmsJustin Fields and the Bears head to Tampa Bay to face Tom Brady and the Super Bowl champion Buccaneers.
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.

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Successful test flights could lead to America's first supersonic passenger jetEver since the last flight of the Concorde two decades ago, commercial airline passengers have been limited to subsonic speeds. Now, one Denver-based company hopes to build a plane that can fly at Mach 1.7, which is about twice the speed of the typical passenger jet. Barry Petersen has the details.
Veteran who lost leg in Afghanistan shares memories of Colin PowellFuneral services for former Secretary of State Colin Powell are set for November 5. While he is known for his landmark achievements, his one-on-one ability to connect with people is coming to light. CBS affiliate WUSA-TV's Mike Valerio reports.
Saturday Sessions: Houndmouth performs “McKenzie"Houndmouth was the very first band to appear in our Saturday Sessions eight years ago and now they make their return. The Indiana group was formed in 2011 and will release their fourth album on November 5. For Saturday Sessions, Houndmouth performs “McKenzie."
The Dish: Chef Zach Pollack on culinary journey, love of ItalyFor Chef Zach Pollack, his culinary journey began in Florence, Italy, where he fell in love with the country's food and culture. After honing his skills abroad, he put his passion to work and brought an inventive approach to casual Italian cuisine. Jamie Wax has more.
Richard Gere summoned to testify at Italy's leader trialMatteo Salvini goes on trial for allegedly illegally blocking over 100 migrants in dire sanitary conditions from disembarking from a rescue ship.