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Judge To Decide On Evidence Allowed At Kyle Rittenhouse TrialA judge was set to decide Friday whether jurors at the trial of a man accused of killing two men and wounding a third during a police brutality protest in Wisconsin last year will see video that prosecutors say shows him talking about wanting to shoot people.
Minnesota Weather: Severe Weather Threat Fizzles, But More Heavy Rainfall Coming OvernightA line of storms is crawling east through central and northern Minnesota, bringing heavy rain, wind and hail.
What Is The Key To A Long Life?It's something that used to be rare, but it’s becoming much more common. More people are living to 100, especially in the U.S.
Bus Driver Shortage Has Some Twin Cities Families Turning To Rideshare Apps To Get Kids To SchoolA severe shortage of bus drivers means parents are finding other ways to get their kids to school. But some of those options could have negative consequences.
Twin Cities Schools Report Bathrooms Being Plundered For 'Devious Licks' TikTok ChallengeA nationwide TikTok trend involving students stealing items from their schools and posting swaggering videos online afterward has prompted at least two Twin Cities schools to crack down, boosting security and surveillance.
DNR Fines Enbridge Energy $3.32M For Violating Environmental Laws During Line 3 ConstructionThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said Enbridge Energy breached an aquifer during construction of their Line 3 pipeline, causing more than 24 million gallons of groundwater to flow out of it.
Crash With Injuries Delays Traffic On I-94 In MinneapolisTraffic on Interstate 94 in Minneapolis is delayed Thursday evening as first responders tend to a crash.
'They're Human Beings Just Like Us': Minnesota, Wisconsin To Welcome Hundreds Of Afghan RefugeesThe Biden administration says Minnesota will likely receive more than 300 people from the country after its government collapsed. Wisconsin will resettle about 400.
'All Around Me Is All This Chaos': North Minneapolis Residents Say They're Living In A War ZoneThe repetitive sound of gunfire continues to plague Minneapolis' North side community. On Thursday morning there were more gunshots, a juvenile struck and shots fired near an elementary school -- all before noon.
MN Supreme Court: Votes Will Be Counted On Minneapolis Public Safety Ballot QuestionThe Minnesota Supreme Court has determined that votes will be counted in the controversial Minneapolis public safety ballot question this fall. 
1 Stabbed, 1 Shot In Violent Dispute In MinneapolisTwo men are hospitalized Thursday afternoon following a dispute that turned violent in Minneapolis.
2 Bodies Found In West St. Paul GaragePolice said their causes of death are undetermined "due to the time that has passed since the deaths."
'This Is On The Way Up': COVID Cases Are Rising In Schools, State Health Officials SayRising cases of COVID-19 linked to schools is concerning public health officials who expect the frequency of them to increase over the coming weeks.
StubHub Will Pay $1.87M In Refunds In Minnesota After Settlement With AG's OfficeTicketing website StubHub will pay nearly $2 million to 5,500 customers with ties to Minnesota after a settlement stemming from the company's refusal to give refunds for events canceled due to the pandemic.
Sheriff: 1 In Custody, 1 At Large In Connection To 4 Minnesotans Found Dead In WisconsinOne person is in custody and a warrant has been issued for another suspect in connection to four Minnesotans found dead inside an abandoned vehicle in western Wisconsin.

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SportsLine Week 2 AFC West Picks: 'We'll See The Broncos Play A Very Clean Game,' Says SportsLine's Larry HartsteinAll four AFC West teams started off the season with a win, but the Raiders, Chargers, and Chiefs all face tough matchups in Week 2.
NFL Week 2 AFC East Preview: 'Wasn’t That Last Week The Miami Dolphins Beat The New England Patriots, The Patriots Beat Themselves,' Says CBS Boston's Steve BurtonThe AFC East goes to battle in week 2, as all four teams compete against each other, with the Jets hosting the Patriots and the Bills visiting the Dolphins.
Cardinals Look To Match Strong Week 1 Performance Against VikingsThe Arizona Cardinals are feeling good about themselves after a stellar Week 1 performance, and rightfully so.
Ahead Of Game With Gophers, Colorado Fills Depth Chart With Fictional CharactersThe fictitious “starter” Saturday for Colorado at quarterback will be Paul Crewe from “The Longest Yard" instead of Brendon Lewis. Just part of the plan not to reveal anything along the lines of position depth since Minnesota doesn’t either.
Johnny Russell Scores Goal And Records 2 Assists, Sporting Beats Minnesota 4-0Khiry Shelton, Daniel Salloi and Johnny Russell scored in the first half and Sporting Kansas City beat Minnesota United 4-0 on Wednesday night.
Minnesota Gymnast Suni Lee Named One Of TIME's 100 Most Influential PeopleFollowing her stunning performance at the Tokyo Olympics, Minnesota native Suni Lee has been named one of TIME Magazine's 100 most influential people.
Indians Cruise Past Twins, 12-3Oscar Mercado, Bobby Bradley and Franmil Reyes homered to help ignite a lagging Indians lineup and provide Cal Quantrill plenty of support in a 12-3 victory over the Twins on Wednesday night.
Patrick Peterson Ready To Guide Vikings Defense Against His Old TeamAs a free agent for the first time in his career this offseason, Patrick Peterson put the Minnesota Vikings high on his wish list with an eagerness to play for head coach Mike Zimmer's defense.
Timberwolves Re-Sign Jarred Vanderbilt, Jordan McLaughlinThe Minnesota Timberwolves have filled out their roster by re-signing forward Jarred Vanderbilt and guard Jordan McLaughlin, both of whom were restricted free agents.

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NPR: Federal government selling homes in flood-prone areasMore frequent flooding due to severe weather events has become a major concern in many American cities, but an NPR investigation found that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has been selling homes in flood zones without fully disclosing the risk to buyers. A spokesperson for the agency told the outlet it requires people who buy these homes to get flood insurance if they want a mortgage backed by the department. Meanwhile, the federal government is spending millions of dollars to move people out of these flood-prone areas. Huo Jingnan, an assistant producer with the NPR investigations team, joins CBSN to discuss.
CBS Evening News, September 16, 2021Scientists split on COVID vaccine booster shots;8-year-old to deliver portable desks to Uganda.
White House offers call with doctors after Nicki Minaj posts vaccine misinformation on TwitterEarlier this week, rapper Nicki Minaj tweeted misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine, prompting backlash from doctors and governments around the world. Now the White House is offering to connect her with doctors to discuss the vaccine. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes discusses how this situation came to be, then talks with CBSN anchor Lana Zak about President Biden's economic agenda.
Fencing goes up around Capitol ahead of weekend rallyFencing is back up around the U.S. Capitol ahead of a rally in support of those charged in the January 6 riot. Jeff Pegues has the latest on potential threats.
Scientists split on COVID vaccine booster shotsScientists are debating whether COVID-19 booster shots are necessary for those who are not immunocompromised, with some saying the vaccine is effective enough on its own. An FDA committee will vote Friday whether to approve Pfizer's booster shot. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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What Is The Key To A Long Life?It's something that used to be rare, but it’s becoming much more common. More people are living to 100, especially in the U.S.
Bus Driver Shortage Has Some Twin Cities Families Turning To Rideshare Apps To Get Kids To SchoolA severe shortage of bus drivers means parents are finding other ways to get their kids to school. But some of those options could have negative consequences.
Twin Cities Schools Report Bathrooms Being Plundered For 'Devious Licks' TikTok ChallengeA nationwide TikTok trend involving students stealing items from their schools and posting swaggering videos online afterward has prompted at least two Twin Cities schools to crack down, boosting security and surveillance.
'They're Human Beings Just Like Us': Minnesota, Wisconsin To Welcome Hundreds Of Afghan RefugeesThe Biden administration says Minnesota will likely receive more than 300 people from the country after its government collapsed. Wisconsin will resettle about 400.
'All Around Me Is All This Chaos': North Minneapolis Residents Say They're Living In A War ZoneThe repetitive sound of gunfire continues to plague Minneapolis' North side community. On Thursday morning there were more gunshots, a juvenile struck and shots fired near an elementary school -- all before noon.
MN Supreme Court: Votes Will Be Counted On Minneapolis Public Safety Ballot QuestionThe Minnesota Supreme Court has determined that votes will be counted in the controversial Minneapolis public safety ballot question this fall.