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US Supreme Court Rules Manhattan Prosecutor Can Access Trump Financial RecordsThe Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that Manhattan's chief prosecutor can obtain troves of President Trump's business records and tax returns, a momentous defeat for the president in his efforts to shield his personal financial information from state investigators.
Wisconsin Supreme Court OKs GOP-Authored Lame-Duck Laws The conservative-controlled Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday upheld Republican-authored lame-duck laws that stripped power from the incoming Democratic attorney general just before he took office in 2019.
Transcripts Show What Officer Derek Chauvin Said To George Floyd: 'It Takes A Heck Of A Lot Of Oxygen To Talk'As George Floyd told Minneapolis police officers that he couldn't breathe more than 20 times in the moments before he died, the officer who pressed his knee against Floyd's neck dismissed his pleas, saying “it takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk," according to transcripts of body camera video recordings made public Wednesday.
Minnesota Weather: Tornado Kills 1, Injures 2 In Otter Tail CountyOne person is dead after a tornado roared through Otter Tail County in central Minnesota Wednesday evening.
Legal Expert: Officer Thomas Lane's Motion To Dismiss Case Against Him Will Be 'Tough Decision' For JudgeWCCO spoke with Susan Gaertner, who has been both a county attorney and criminal defense attorney, about Thomas Lane's motion to dismiss the charges against him in the death of George Floyd.
Reality Check: Does Joe Biden Support Defunding The Police?President Trump is airing television campaign ads in Minnesota and Wisconsin linking Joe Biden to a controversial "defund the police" movement.
Night Of Violence In Minneapolis Leaves 2 Dead, 5 InjuredA number of shootings overnight in Minneapolis have left two people dead and at least five people injured.
Minneapolis Council Members Pledge Thoughtful Police RevampMembers of the Minneapolis City Council are pledging a thoughtful approach to their proposal to dismantle the city's police department following the killing of George Floyd.
Edina City Council Extends Mandatory Face Mask OrderThe Edina City Council agreed Wednesday to extend the city's mandatory face mask order.
Minneapolis Man Charged After Allegedly Sexually Assaulting Girlfriend In 2 Separate IncidentsA Minneapolis man is facing charges after allegedly sexually assaulting his girlfriend in two separate incidents, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Wednesday.
Murder Of Leneesha Columbus: Warrant Issued For Zachary Robinson's ArrestProsecutors have charged a Minneapolis man with fatally shooting a pregnant woman whose baby was delivered at a hospital.
'Hindsight Is So Clear': State Patrol, DPS Questioned By Minnesota Senate GOP In Columbus Statue HearingThree people could face criminal charges in connection with pulling down the Christopher Columbus statue outside the Minnesota State Capitol in June.

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'Always Fun To Play As Part Of A Team': Taylor Fritz On Joining Philadelphia Freedoms, World Team Tennis For 2020 SeasonWorld Team Tennis kicks off its 2020 season starting this weekend July 12 and top American men's player Taylor Fritz is looking forward to having some fun with the team events.
CBS Now Home To UEFA Champions League, Other UEFA Competitions Beginning In AugustThe network and its digital streaming platform CBS All Access will now air all UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League matches beginning in August.
Healed Twins Speedster Byron Buxton: 'I've Got No Limit'An array of injuries was largely responsible for the blight on the first five years of Byron Buxton's still-promising major league career, with surgery last fall to repair labrum damage in his left shoulder serving as the latest setback.
'Every Hole Is Memorable,' Says Mark Immelman On Muirfield Village, Site Of Workday Charity OpenThe Workday Charity Open begins the PGA Tour's two-week stay at Muirfield Village Golf Club with another stellar field.
'The Right Call': Ryder Cup Postponed Until Next Year In WisconsinThe Ryder Cup was postponed until 2021 in Wisconsin because of the COVID-19 pandemic that raised too much uncertainty whether the loudest event in golf could be played before spectators.
Recovered Lefty Rich Hill On Track For Twins RotationWhen the Minnesota Twins signed Rich Hill from the bargain aisle of free agency last winter, they expected the left-hander to be available around midseason after his recovery from elbow surgery.

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Transcripts Show What Officer Derek Chauvin Said To George Floyd: 'It Takes A Heck Of A Lot Of Oxygen To Talk'As George Floyd told Minneapolis police officers that he couldn't breathe more than 20 times in the moments before he died, the officer who pressed his knee against Floyd's neck dismissed his pleas, saying “it takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk," according to transcripts of body camera video recordings made public Wednesday.
Minnesota Weather: Tornado Kills 1, Injures 2 In Otter Tail CountyOne person is dead after a tornado roared through Otter Tail County in central Minnesota Wednesday evening.
Legal Expert: Officer Thomas Lane's Motion To Dismiss Case Against Him Will Be 'Tough Decision' For JudgeWCCO spoke with Susan Gaertner, who has been both a county attorney and criminal defense attorney, about Thomas Lane's motion to dismiss the charges against him in the death of George Floyd.
Reality Check: Does Joe Biden Support Defunding The Police?President Trump is airing television campaign ads in Minnesota and Wisconsin linking Joe Biden to a controversial "defund the police" movement.
Night Of Violence In Minneapolis Leaves 2 Dead, 5 InjuredA number of shootings overnight in Minneapolis have left two people dead and at least five people injured.
Minneapolis Council Members Pledge Thoughtful Police RevampMembers of the Minneapolis City Council are pledging a thoughtful approach to their proposal to dismantle the city's police department following the killing of George Floyd.