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Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott Decries Police Tactics To Control ProtestersPeople who live in the area say many of their neighbors are staying in hotels or with relatives to avoid the noise as well as the tear gas that seeps into their homes.
Timberwolves, Lynx, Nets, Bucks, Heat Host Auction For Daunte Wright FamilyMinnesota Timberwolves and Lynx, Brooklyn Nets, Milwaukee Bucks, and Miami Heat are set to host an auction for Daunte Wright's Family on April 16.
Minneapolis Public Schools To Go To Distance Learning For Chauvin VerdictIn anticipation of a verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial next week, Minneapolis Public Schools said in a letter to families that all grades will transition to distance learning on Wednesday through Friday.
Charges: Luke Oeltjenbruns Dragged Police Officer With Truck, Struck Him With HammerA Hutchinson man has been charged for allegedly dragging a police officer with his truck and striking him with a hammer.
Stimulus Check Update: Are You Eligible For A Plus-Up Payment?Millions of Americans could soon be receiving an unexpected extra stimulus check.
Columbia Heights Community Plans Vigil For Daunte WrightThe Columbia Heights community is gathering for a vigil in Kordiak Park Friday at 4 p.m. to remember former student Daunte Wright.
COVID In MN: Gov. Walz Says 'Roll Up Your Sleeves, MN' Vaccine Campaign Now Focusing On Manufacturing WorkersMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Friday that the statewide “Roll Up Your Sleeves, MN” vaccine outreach campaign will be focusing on “critical frontline workforce sectors” in manufacturing.
Can Drivers Be Pulled Over For An Air Freshner?Minnesota is one of a number of states with laws that prohibit drivers from hanging objects from their rearview mirrors on the grounds that the items could obstruct their view.
COVID In Minnesota: 2,299 New Cases, 6 Deaths; Cumulative Fatalities Near 7,000Health officials Friday reported an additional 2,299 cases of COVID-19 and six deaths, as the number of eligible Minnesotans who have received one dose of the vaccine nears 50% and the cumulative death toll approaches 7,000.
MSHSL Seeks Relief From Masks In Outdoor Spring SportsThe Minnesota State High School League board asked state health officials Thursday to allow spring sports athletes to compete outdoors without wearing masks.
State Patrol: Man, 38, Struck And Killed After Getting Out Of Vehicle Following I-94 Crash In St. PaulA stretch of Interstate 94 westbound in St. Paul reopened Thursday evening after a fatal crash.
Benson Police: Missing 14-Year-Old Found SafeThe Benson Police Department on Friday morning says Cienna Pittman has been found safe.

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No Arrests On Fifth Night Of Brooklyn Center ProtestsAfter days of unrest and scenes of police clashing with protesters after the police killing of Daunte Wright, a much quieter night played out in Brooklyn Center on Thursday, Marielle Mohs reports (2:01) WCCO 4 News At Noon - April 16, 2021
MSHSL Asks For Mask ReliefThe Minnesota State High School League board asked state health officials Thursday to allow spring sports athletes to compete outdoors without wearing masks, reports Heather Brown (0:20). WCCO 4 News - April 16, 2021
New Podcast On MN Opioid EpidemicThe MN health department tackles the opioid epidemic and hopes to shed a light on how the pandemic is impacting the problem with their new podcast, “Stories From The Field,” reports Heather Brown and Shayla Reaves (3:18). WCCO 4 News - April 16, 2021
United People Apparel Opens At MOAA west African native and his wife are working to unite Minnesota in a very creative way. Tani and Emmanuel Boateng are opening up United People Apparel at the Mall of America, reports Shayla Reaves (1:00). WCCO 4 News - April 16, 2021
Would You Trust Your Computer More Than Another Person?The number of people using social media continues to soar. Now, new research shows people may trust their computers more to help them than a person, reports Heather Brown and Shayla Reaves (3:33). WCCO 4 News - April 16, 2021.
What Are Employers Looking For After The Pandemic?We're talkin' about what hiring managers are now looking for one year into the pandemic and if you want a new job, there's some qualities you might want to brush up on, reports Heather Brown and Shayla Reaves (3:30). WCCO 4 News - April 16, 2021.

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