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Minnesota Weather: Wind Advisory For Much Of The State Until Tuesday EveningMuch of Minnesota is under a wind advisory Tuesday, as northwest gusts up to 50 mph are possible until the evening hours.
Union Official: Wisconsin School Guard Fired For Repeating Slur Used Against Him Gets Job BackA Wisconsin school district is rehiring a black security guard after he was fired last week for repeating a racial slur while telling a student not to use it, a union official said Monday.
Shoreview Community Center Closes Pool Due To Possible Cryptosporidium ExposureAnother Twin Cities pool is temporarily closing to make sure swimmers don't get sick.
Cannon Found In Dassel Residence During Drug RaidTwo Dassel residents are in custody after a search warrant yielded drugs and weapons -- including a working cannon.
How Do They Know When To Give You A Parking Ticket?Both Minneapolis and St. Paul use a special set of employees specifically designed to look for non-moving traffic violations.
'God's Cancer Angel': Grandfather Of Gopher Football's Casey O'Brien Reflects On Gophers DebutIt is the sports moment everyone is talking about.
Workers At Twin Cities Plant May Have Exposed Families To LeadFor months, WCCO has demanded answers in the Water Gremlin pollution investigation.
'We Are Mentally Exhausted': Muddy Fields Delaying Harvests For Minnesota FarmersAfter a wet planting season last spring, rain is impacting harvest for many farmers across the state.
'I Was Enraged': More Sun Country Airlines Customers StrandedOn the same day Sun Country's CEO hosted a media event to announce the company is hitting the reset button, more customers found themselves stranded by the airline.
This Old Horse In Need Of Barn FaceliftYou might call it assisted living for unwanted or neglected horses. That's the mission for the non-profit rescue, This Old Horse.
'Punishment Does Not Fit': Man Says His Business Is Not To Blame For Spike In St. Paul CrimeA number of incidents at a St. Paul gas station have the Department of Safety and Inspections attempting to strip the business of its tobacco and gasoline licenses.
Judge OKs $40M Settlement With Duluth DioceseA federal judge has approved a $40 million settlement between the Diocese of Duluth and dozens of people who say they were abused as children by priests.

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Families fight insurers for life-saving care for loved ones with mental illnessEvery year, an estimated 1 in 5 American adults experiences mental illness
Prosecutors threaten to add charges in college admissions scandalParents changing their pleas to guilty on Monday were among the most lucrative clients of Rick Singer
British police traveling to U.S. to question Anne SacoolasBritish police will travel to the U.S. to question Anne Sacoolas, the American woman who was involved in the deadly accident of 19-year-old Harry Dunn in August. Sacoolas left the U.K. under diplomatic immunity. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
Trump calls for solidarity from GOP ahead of potentially damaging testimonyPresident Trump says he needs help from Republicans to fight off the House impeachment inquiry. The president spoke to reporters for over an hour Monday ahead of potentially damaging testimony on Capitol Hill by Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine and a former ambassador there. Paula Reid reports.
Turkish president meets Putin after threatening to "crush" Kurds in SyriaTurkey's president sat down with the Russian president to discuss Syria's future. A ceasefire in northern Syria is due to expire Tuesday. If the fighting resumes, Kurdish forces in the region who helped the U.S. fight ISIS will be at risk, along with Kurdish civilians. Holly Williams reports.
Eye Opener: All eyes on Syria as ceasefire comes to an endTurkey and Russia discuss the future of northern Syria without the U.S., as Kurdish forces face a deadline today to withdraw from the area. Also, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine will answer questions from House Democrats. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Alanis Morissette on postpartum heartache: “I’d be willing to go through it again”Grammy Award-winning singer Alanis Morissette is sharing about her nearly decade-long experience with postpartum depression. In this excerpt, she tells CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal why she would be willing to go through the heartache and pain of miscarriages and postpartum depression again.
Japan's new Emperor Naruhito takes the Chrysanthemum ThroneIt was a ceremony steeped in tradition, for a royal family that has carved out a uniquely progressive role to push for peace
Turkey's Erdogan threatens to "crush" former U.S. allies in SyriaThe Trump administration, accused of abandoning America's Kurdish allies, got Erdogan to agree a brief ceasefire, but that ends today
"Did I cause this?" Getting past the stigma of miscarriagesI've realized that grieving the loss of this child was important ... but forgiving myself is just as important and something I'm still working on