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Fugitive, 51, Leads Law Enforcement On Wrong-Way Chase Over St. Croix River BridgeA 51-year-old fugitive led U.S. Marshals and local agencies on a wrong-way chase across the St. Croix River Bridge Wednesday afternoon.
Rep. Ilhan Omar Among Lawmakers Lambasting Richfield Schools Over Lunch DebtsSome state and federal lawmakers say no child should be shamed in the lunchroom over outstanding debts.
MPCA: Water Gremlin Hasn't Completed All Mandated Changes By DeadlineWCCO has learned the manufacturing plant at the center of a number of pollution investigations has not completed changes mandated by a state agency.
Victim Of Deadly Minneapolis Bus Station Attack ID'd As Shirwa Hassan Jibril, 75The man who was fatally attacked after getting into an argument on a Minneapolis bus last week has been identified as Shirwa Hassan Jibril, 75.
'It Is A Public Health Concern': Minneapolis Installs Used Needle Disposal Boxes In Pilot ProgramMinneapolis’s health department is doing something about the city’s needle problem.
DPS: Don’t Pull Over On Interstates To Use PhoneThere is one unintended consequence for some drivers trying to do the right thing in the Hand-Free era.
Joe Peschek's Hamline Politics Class Gets Real-Time History Lesson On ImpeachmentThere have been times throughout Joe Peschek's 32-year career at Hamline where class studies have run parallel with current events.
MPCA: St. Croix River, Hundreds Of Minnesota Waterways Added To Impaired Waters ListMore than half of Minnesota's lakes, rivers and streams don't meet state pollution standards.
Bicyclist Struck & Killed By School Bus In Brooklyn ParkBrooklyn Park police are investigating after man on a bike was struck and killed by a school bus Wednesday morning.
Bulky Winter Coats Could Prevent Car Seats From Working, Pediatrics WarnThe American Academy of Pediatrics warns parents to make sure the straps on their car seats are snug.
Minnesota Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Changing Lake Calhoun To Bde Maka SkaThe largest lake in Minneapolis was named for U.S. Vice President John Calhoun, who backed slavery.
State Patrol: 100+ Crashes Statewide Amid Midday SnowThe Minnesota State Patrol says there were over 100 crashes Wednesday following midday snowfall.

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First day of public impeachment hearings concludeCBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy, CBS News intelligence reporter Olivia Gazis, Politico White House correspondent Anita Kumar, Washington Post reporter Eugene Scott and CBSN legal analyst Rikki Kleiman join "Red &Blue" to talk about the historic day on Capitol Hill.
Diplomats call freezing aid to Ukraine a threat to national securityFor the first time in more than two decades, the country watched televised impeachment hearings. There was new information at the top of the hearing from Amabassador Bill Taylor. Nancy Cordes reports.
Trump denies talking to Sondland about investigations in UkraineAmbassador Bill Taylor testified about a phone call between President Trump and E.U. Ambassador Gordon Sondland. According to Taylor, the takeaway from that call is that the president cared more about investigating his political rival than he did about Ukraine. But as Weijia Jiang reports, the president denied ever talking to Sondland about investigations in Ukraine.
Lesley Stahl compares impeachment to Watergate hearings60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl covered the Watergate scandal and was a CBS News White House correspondent during the Carter, Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations. She joins "Red & Blue" to provide her impeachment analysis.
Hospital plans to take girl off life support against family's wishesDoctors at Cook Children's Medical Center planned to stop treatment for Tinslee Lewis after invoking the state's "10-day rule"
Twinkies Cereal coming to a grocer near youHostess and Post Cereals collaboration will bring the treat to the breakfast table starting next month
Immigration hawk Ken Cuccinelli tapped as DHS No. 2Cuccinelli was behind the "public charge" rule, which would make it easier to deny green cards and visas to low income immigrants who are likely to use welfare benefits
Congressman Eric Swalwell: Trump had an "obsession" with investigating the BidensThe first public hearings as part of the impeachment inquiry were conducted in front of the House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday. Committee member Congressman Eric Swalwell speaks to "Red & Blue" about his questioning.
Meghan and Harry to skip Christmas with royal familyThe young family won't be spending the most wonderful time of the year with the rest of the royal family this Christmas
Google plans to roll out checking accountsGoogle plans to launch a checking account aimed at individuals as soon as next year. The search giant will tie the accounts to its Google Pay offering, which already has 100 million users around the globe.