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'You Don't Have A Time To Take A Breath': St. Paul Police Want More Officers, Mayor Wants LessSt. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter wants to reduce the number of officers at a time when the police chief says 911 calls have never been higher.
What Causes Gas Prices To Rise?Experts believe the weekend attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia could cause gas prices to jump 10 to 25 cents over the next few weeks.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz Weighs In On Water Gremlin Pollution InvestigationAfter paying $7 million in fines and corrective action as part of a state settlement earlier this year, the company is under fire for more pollution violations. In his first interview on this months-long case, Gov. Walz spoke with our Jennifer Mayerle.
'Vision Zero' Plan Seeks To Make Minneapolis Streets Safer Via Speed Limit ReductionYour rush hour commute in Minneapolis could become a bit slower.
Minneapolis Police: 1 Stabbed, 1 Assaulted With Hammer In Powderhorn ResidenceMinneapolis police say one person was stabbed and another person was assaulted with a hammer at a residence in the Powderhorn neighborhood Tuesday afternoon.
Charges: Psychotherapist Gavin Meany Had Sexual Relationship With His PatientDr. Gavin Meany is accused of sexual misconduct with a patient both during and outside of their sessions.
Magistrate: Bloomington Mosque Bombing Case Should Not Be DismissedA federal magistrate is recommending that a judge decline to dismiss charges against an Illinois militia leader who was the alleged ringleader behind the 2017 bombing of a Bloomington, Minnesota mosque.
E. Coli Outbreak Linked To Miracle Of Birth Center At Minnesota State FairMost if not all ill fairgoers had some contact with calves, goats, sheep and pigs. It is also possible to contract the bacteria by touching a contaminated surface, such as pens or railings.
Friends, Family Of Ronald Davis, Killed By St. Paul Police, Puzzled By His Violent End We're learning more Tuesday about the man shot and killed by police in St. Paul on Sunday.
Minn. Band 'Distant Edge' In Running To Open For Taylor Swift, Lizzo In HollywoodA band that formed at a Chaska middle school are semifinalists in a competition that could score them an opening gig for the like of Taylor Swift and Lizzo.
'Hope In The Justice System': Hennepin County To Host Juvenile Warrant Forgiveness DayThe event will give teens the chance to meet with an attorney and resolve a warrant. There will also be dozens of agencies offering help on finding food, housing, and hope. 
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Woman allegedly threatened to "shoot 400 people for fun"Sheriff said the woman bought an AK-47 last week from a local gun shop with five extra high capacity magazines and 160 rounds of ammunition
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Abortion rate drops to lowest level since Roe v. WadeExperts say the drop is because of a declining pregnancy rate and laws targeting the operations of abortion providers.
Acting spy chief blows past Schiff's deadline for materialsIntel chief Joseph Maguire informed House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff that he won't turn over the whistleblower complaint and is defying Schiff's demand that he appear before the committee Thursday
Mandy Moore releases first original song in ten years"It's been a bit of a winding road to get here but so worth it," she tweeted Tuesday
Car crashes into Trump Plaza in Westchester, New YorkNew Rochelle police said it appeared to be an accident and there were no serious injuries
Houston prepares for heavy rain from ImeldaImelda made landfall near Freeport, Texas, on Tuesday afternoon as a tropical storm, but has since been downgraded
Results in Israel too close to call after polls closeIsraelis went to the polls on Tuesday for the second time in five months. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to create a governing coalition in April and elections were held again. i24 News' Dan Raviv joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano for what the implications of this election means for Israel and the United States.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: O'Rourke addresses homelessness crisis in Los AngelesFormer Congressman Beto O'Rourke visited Los Angeles on Tuesday to learn about the city's homelessness crisis. CBS News 2020 campaign reporter Tim Perry joins CBSN to discuss O'Rourke's focus on the issue.
Israel election too close to callIsraelis went to the polls on Tuesday for the second time in five months. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to create a governing coalition in April and elections were held again. The Washington Post's Ishaan Tharoor joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano for what the implications of this election means for Israel and the United States.