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Police: Man, 36, Arrested In Duluth Synagogue FirePolice in Duluth say they have no reason to believe last week's synagogue fire was an act of hate -- but they do think the fire was set on purpose. Police arrested a suspect Friday: a Duluth resident with no permanent address.
St. Paul Community Rallies Against Gun ViolenceAs an officer-involved shooting occurred Sunday night, a previously-planned rally against gun violence was going on. Community members and business owners stood in solidarity with affected by these recent shootings.
'Tender, Emotional, Humorous': 97-Year-Old Teaches Great-Grandchildren Lessons Through 'Life Books'We all look for ways to pass the time, and a 97-year-old Wayzata man has found his.
Police: 1 Dead In Officer-Involved Shooting In St. Paul's MidwayThe St. Paul Police Department said an officer was involved in a shooting near the intersection of Thomas Avenue and North Griggs Street on Sunday night. The shooting occurred around 6:15 p.m.
3 Teens Killed In 3-Vehicle Crash In South DakotaAuthorities say three teenagers were killed in a three-vehicle crash in east-central South Dakota. The Department of Public Safety says the crash happened Saturday night near Woonsocket.
Saints To Hold Championship Victory "Parade" MondayThe St. Paul Saints, American Association Champions, will march in a short parade in front of CHS field on Monday, Sept. 16. The parade, beginning on Broadway Street and Fourth Street, will travel one block and is expected to last one minute.
Shooting Kills 1 Teen, Injures Another In MilwaukeeMilwaukee police say a weekend shooting has killed a teenager and injured a young man.
Ilhan Omar: Supreme Court Made 'Morally And Legally Wrong' Decision On Trump's Asylum Ban
Wisconsin DNR Looks To Expand Manure RestrictionsGov. Tony Evers' administration is taking the first steps toward creating restrictions on manure and fertilizer in areas prone to nitrate contamination.
Minnesota Labor Unions Divided Over The Green New DealTwo national leaders of the Service Employees International Union recently came to St. Paul to talk about the union's latest initiative to fight climate change: the Green New Deal.
Permanent Housing Complex Breaks Ground In MinneapolisAlongside members of Red Lake Nation, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey broke ground on the 110-unit, 100% affordable housing project Saturday afternoon . “Ever since I've been on the Council, we've wanted to do something here, and now we're finally doing it,” said Red Lake Nation Tribal Council Chairman Darrell Seki.
Car Hits Tree In St. Louis County, 1 KilledA woman died after hitting a tree on Highway 47 in Alborn just before 5 p.m. Saturday, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office said. The 61-year-old driver from Culver skidded off the road and into the opposite lane in the 6500 block of the highway. She died at the scene.

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Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcyMove was expected as part of landmark $12 billion settlement with many state and local governments of lawsuit over toll opioids have taken on nation
Online Overdose, Frontotemporal Dementia, Mark BradfordDeadly fentanyl bought online from China is being shipped through the mail; then, Bill Whitaker reports on FTD, a devastating illness and the most common form of dementia for Americans under the age of 60; and, Mark Bradford: The “60 Minutes” Interview
Ric Ocasek, The Cars frontman, has died in New York CityThe New York Police Department said there was no sign of foul play and that the medical examiner has yet to determine a cause of death
2020 Sunday Trail Markers: Joe Biden goes on a tour of the SouthBiden campaigns across the South, Joe Kennedy keeps mulling his Senate bid and Democrats prepare for an epic Steak Fry
UAW to resume talks with GM, but still plan to strikeUnited Auto Workers official had said the union's General Motors workers would strike if the automaker "refuses to give even an inch" in contract negotiations
Schiff: Inquiry will determine whether Trump should be impeached"We're doing an investigation that will ultimately determine whether the president should be impeached," Schiff said on "Face the Nation" Sunday
Andrew Yang offers to speak with "SNL" comedian over jokes"He does not strike me as malignant or evil," Andrew Yang tweeted. "He strikes me as a still-forming comedian"
Transcript: Representative Adam Schiff on "Face the Nation"The following is a transcript of the interview with Democratic Representative Adam Schiff of California that aired Sunday, September 15, 2019, on "Face the Nation"
Schiff: Acting intel chief won't turn over whistleblower complaintSchiff believes the complaint of "serious misconduct" may involve the president "and/or other senior White House officials"
9/15: CBS Evening NewsU.S. tapping into oil reserves after drone strikes on oil fields in Saudi Arabia; CBS joins dozens of news organizations in "Covering Climate Now" initiative.

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Police: Man, 36, Arrested In Duluth Synagogue FirePolice in Duluth say they have no reason to believe last week's synagogue fire was an act of hate -- but they do think the fire was set on purpose. Police arrested a suspect Friday: a Duluth resident with no permanent address.
St. Paul Community Rallies Against Gun ViolenceAs an officer-involved shooting occurred Sunday night, a previously-planned rally against gun violence was going on. Community members and business owners stood in solidarity with affected by these recent shootings.
'Tender, Emotional, Humorous': 97-Year-Old Teaches Great-Grandchildren Lessons Through 'Life Books'We all look for ways to pass the time, and a 97-year-old Wayzata man has found his.
5 Ways To Make Lasting Financial ChangeJeff Wagner talked with Mike Kojonen with Principal Preservation Services about setting financial goals and more money tips (4:05). WCCO 4 News at 10 -- Sept. 14, 2019
Permanent Housing Complex Breaks Ground In MinneapolisAlongside members of Red Lake Nation, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey broke ground on the 110-unit, 100% affordable housing project Saturday afternoon . “Ever since I've been on the Council, we've wanted to do something here, and now we're finally doing it,” said Red Lake Nation Tribal Council Chairman Darrell Seki.
Apple Orchards Pray For Deliverance From Hail, Early FreezeApple season is in full swing at Pine Tree Apple Orchard in White Bear Lake -- and the staff are watching the weather closely.