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Shop Fire In Meeker Co. A Total Loss After FireAuthorities say a shop is a total loss after a fire in Meeker County Saturday.
Albert Lea High School Counselor Charged With Sexually Assaulting StudentAn Albert Lea High School counselor and girls basketball coach has been charged with sexually assaulting a female student.
Charges: 33-Year-Old Minneapolis Man Used Hammer, Knife To Kill FatherA 33-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of using a hammer and knife to kill his own father inside their home last week.
2022 Minnesota State Fair: Higher Ticket Prices, Shorter HoursFairgoers will pay more to spend less time at the Minnesota State Fair this year.
Ice 'Highway' On Lake Of The Woods Opens For 2nd YearThe toll is $250 per vehicle. The road costs an estimated $1,500 per mile for plowing and other upkeep. It begins in Warroad and ends at the Northwest Angle resort community, which is known for its ice fishing.
Investigation Underway After 1 Injured In Brooklyn Park ShootingInvestigators in Brooklyn Park are looking into a shooting that left one person injured.
'Better Safe Than Sorry': New COVID Rules Begin This WeekThe week ahead brings new proof of vaccine and testing rules in the Twin Cities. They come as COVID-19 cases spike across Minnesota.
Minnesota Weather: Warm Start To The Week, Before Slide Into Bitter ColdThe state's next shot at plowable snow comes Tuesday in northern Minnesota.
Buffalo Man With COVID Transported Out Of Mercy Hospital After Judge’s Order To Keep Patient On VentilatorA patient who has been battling COVID-19 on a ventilator for months at a Minnesota hospital has been moved to a hospital in Texas amid an ongoing legal battle between the family and hospital.
7 Senators, Including Klobuchar, Travel To UkraineSeven U.S. senators are in Ukraine to meet with that country’s president and other officials.
North Dakota Teen Musher Sells Dog Treats To Fund Jr. Iditarod RunEva Robinson has wanted to mush in the Jr. Iditarod since she was a child.
'It’s Disappointing': Town Hall Brewery Temporarily Closes Amid COVID Surge, MandatesTown Hall Brewery in Minneapolis will be temporarily shutting its doors to staff and customers for at least the next two weeks, beginning Sunday.
New Film Looks At Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1961 Mankato Visit: 'It Stuck With Them'“This is a legacy that we need to acknowledge and celebrate. As well as allows us to reflect on how much and how little has changed in Mankato," said Jameel Haque.
Interim MPD Chief Amelia Huffman Says Her Focus Will Be On Violent CrimeAfter a turbulent two years, there has been a change at the top at the Minneapolis Police Department.
Texas Synagogue Attack Has Minnesota Temples On Alert: 'We Are All Part Of A Security Team Going Forward'Jews make up about 2% of the U.S. population, yet more than half of hate crimes with a religious bias in 2020 were anti-Jewish, according to the FBI.

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UST Hockey's Joel Johnson Pulling Double Duty As Women's National Team CoachIt’s not often someone gets to experience two chances of a lifetime. For Joel Johnson, opportunity came knocking a mere two months apart.
Towns Carries Wolves Past Curry-Less Warriors, 119-99Karl-Anthony Towns had 26 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Minnesota Timberwolves to a 119-99 victory over the worn-out Golden State Warriors, who played without star Steph Curry on Sunday night.
Vikings Interview Packers' Hackett, Titans' OssenfortThe Minnesota Vikings interviewed Green Bay offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett for head coach and Tennessee director of player personnel Monti Ossenfort for general manager on Sunday.
Hawkeyes Thwart Gophers Comeback Bid For 81-71 VictorySophomore Keegan Murray scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Iowa withstood a furious comeback by shorthanded Minnesota to beat the Golden Gophers 81-71 on Sunday.
'A Chemistry Between Brothers': Brotherhood In Cretin-Derham Hall Boy's HockeyThe Cretin-Derham Hall boy's hockey team is ranked second in the state and the team is getting hot at the right time. They're a brotherhood, in a very literal sense.
Wild Score 4 In 3rd, Twice In 4 Seconds, To Beat Ducks 7-3 Matt Boldy and Mats Zuccarello scored four seconds apart early in a four-goal third period and the Minnesota Wild routed the Anaheim Ducks 7-3 on Friday night.
Chaska Girls' Basketball's Secret Weapon May Be Mallory HeyerThey're off to a good start, but have a long way to go and play in a tough section. If they can reach the mountaintop again, the biggest reason will be Mallory Heyer.
Grizzlies Win 11th Straight, Beating Timberwolves 116-108Desmond Bane scored 21 points, Jaren Jackson Jr. added 20 and the Memphis Grizzlies pulled away in the final minutes for their 11th straight victory, beating the Minnesota Timberwolves 116-108 on Thursday night.
Panthers Interview Vikings OC Klint KubiakKubiak has spent five seasons coaching at the NFL level, including the last three with the Vikings.

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Could these $50 omakase strawberries revolutionize American produce?A New Jersey vertical farm has recreated the conditions of the Japanese Alps to grow rare omakase berries. The CEO hopes his berries can revolutionize the quality of produce in the country. CBS News’ national correspondent Jericka Duncan visited the farm for our series “The Dish.”
Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker shares what happened inside Texas synagogue during hostage crisisTexas Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker joined "CBS Mornings" on Monday to share his story of survival during this weekend's hostage crisis at a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas.
Assistant attorney general: "Voting discrimination is alive and well"Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke, the first Black woman to run the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, says voting rights is a top priority.
Filmmakers explore the 1971 Attica prison standoff between mostly Black and Latino inmates and facility officialsTwo filmmakers are getting a lot of Oscar buzz for their new documentary "Attica," which chronicles one of the largest prison riots in this country. Film creators Stanley Nelson and Traci Curry joins CBSN to discuss their work.
Biden's approval rating drops amid concerns about pandemic, economyAs President Biden nears the one-year mark of his presidency, Americans are growing frustrated with his handling of the pandemic and the economy. CBS News director of elections and surveys Anthony Salvanto joins "CBSN AM" to break down the latest data.