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How Technology Can Help Police Track Down Stolen VehiclesThursday night, Minneapolis police said two young men robbed a woman at gunpoint and stole her Tesla in the Lowry Hill neighborhood. They later tracked down the vehicle and recovered the gun in south Minneapolis.
Wisconsin's Gov. Tony Evers Vetoes GOP Abortion BillsWisconsin's Democratic Gov. Tony Evers vetoed five Republican-authored anti-abortion bills on Friday, two days after the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that could curtail if not end a woman’s right to abortion.
Man Who Protested Potter Trial Judge Charged With Harassment, Arrested In WisconsinCortez Rice, the man who protested outside Judge Regina Chu's apartment in Minneapolis, has been charged with felony harassment on Friday.
Minnesota Weather: 6+ Inches Of Snow Possible Up North Over The WeekendThe first weekend of December will bring a wintry blast to northern Minnesota, where residents could see their backyards turned into winter wonderlands, with over 6 inches of snow stacked up.
'I Will Be An Advocate For Mental Health': Everson Griffen Reveals He's Struggling With Bipolar DisorderMinnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen revealed in an Instagram post Friday that he as been struggling with bipolar disorder. The announcement comes after the team placed him on reserve following an incident last month where he was taken to a mental health facility after police responded to his Minnetrista home.
Minneapolis Students Walk Out Over High School's Handling Of Sexual Assault Allegations More than 100 students at Washburn High School walked out of class Friday to protest how the school is handling reports of a sexual assault.
A Reunion Four Decades In The MakingA Nebraska father returned to a Twin Cities hospital to thank two people who saved his life with what was then, a cutting-edge procedure.
'The Right Decision For Us': More Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants Requiring Proof Of VaccinationThe Omicron variant has created a renewed push for people to get their vaccinations. Additionally, more places are now requiring you to show proof you've gotten your shots.
40 Years Later, 81-Year-Old Myrtle Cole's Brutal Murder Remains UnsolvedA quiet widow who hosted weekly Bible studies in a modest home without running water, Cole was strangled and stabbed after her killer broke through a window on Dec. 12, 1981.
Caught On Video: Rogers Dog Returns Package To Delivery DriverIt's the time of year when package thefts are on the rise, but when a delivery driver tried to drop off a package at a home in Rogers, a very good dog wanted to make sure that he didn't leave anything behind. 
'I'm Proud': Golden Valley Police Commander Becomes 1st Black Officer On Department's Command StaffA Golden Valley Police Commander is making history. Alice White is the first African American to serve on the department's command staff.
Minneapolis Police Seek Help Identifying Suspect In Fatal Northside ShootingThe Minneapolis Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect connected to a fatal shooting earlier this week on the city's north side.
Another Racist Video Involving Students Under Investigation At Prior Lake High SchoolPrincipal John Bezek sent a letter to parents Friday saying that the most recent video, which involves students from Prior Lake and another district, was reported to officials this week.
Minnesota DNR Looking To Buy Black Spruce Pine ConesGot a lot of black spruce pine cones lying around the yard or nearby woods? The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will pay you for collecting them.
Gov. Walz Announces 1M Additional At-Home Test Kits & More Booster Opportunities For ParentsGov. Tim Walz announced Friday that Minnesota is offering even more COVID-19 at-home rapid tests and booster shots to Minnesota families.

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'I Will Be An Advocate For Mental Health': Everson Griffen Reveals He's Struggling With Bipolar DisorderMinnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen revealed in an Instagram post Friday that he as been struggling with bipolar disorder. The announcement comes after the team placed him on reserve following an incident last month where he was taken to a mental health facility after police responded to his Minnetrista home.
U.S. Bank Stadium Hosting Indigenous Bowl For Native American Athletes: 'This Is Only The Start To Something Big'Native American high school athletes from across the country will be heading to the U.S. Bank Stadium for the Indigenous Bowl this weekend.
NFL Week 13 AFC East Preview: CBS Boston's Levan Reid Calls AFC East Title Fight A Battle Of 'Big Brother Vs Little Brother'Levan Reid shares his thoughts on this week's AFC East matchups.
SportsLine Week 13 AFC West Picks: 'Denver Designed Well To Stop What Kansas City Does,' Says Larry HartsteinA Broncos win would give them at least a share of the AFC West lead, but they'll need to overcome Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Kaprizov Scores Twice, Wild Roll To 5-2 Win Against DevilsWith Ryan Hartman’s surprising breakout and Kaprizov on a scoring tear in his second NHL season after winning the Calder Memorial Trophy, Minnesota is no longer the defensive-minded team of the past.
Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 13: Elijah Mitchell Looks To Take Advantage Of Seahawks' DefenseThe 49ers should continue to feed Elijah Mitchell the ball, and the Seahawks probably won't be able to stop him.
Ravens-Steelers Preview: Pittsburgh 'Just Not That Dominant Team On Sunday,' Says CBS Sports' James LoftonThe Ravens lead the AFC North after a series of close wins, while the Steelers continue to struggle.
Vikings Activate DT Dalvin Tomlinson From COVID-19 ReserveThe Vikings may have a much-improved defensive line when they take on the Detroit Lions this weekend.
Justin Jefferson Named NFC Offensive Player Of The MonthAs the Vikings fight to keep their playoff hopes alive, their star wide receiver has been named NFC Offensive Player of the Month.