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Local Real Estate Agents See Surge In People Looking For Lakeshore Properties Amid PandemicIf you've been thinking about buying a cabin this summer, you're not alone. Local real estate agents say there has been a surge in people looking for lakeshore property away from the city. This comes as less people are traveling and more people are working remotely due to COVID-19.
City Council Person Phillipe Cunningham Pushes For Comprehensive Approach To Public SafetyWard 4 City Council person Phillipe Cunningham says he is pushing for a public health approach to public safety.
Downtown Mpls. Leaders Use Unconventional Efforts To Keep Nicollet Mall Area SaferLeaders in downtown Minneapolis are trying something they've never done before. It's an unconventional effort to make Nicollet Mall safer for everyone. 
Planning Commission Passes Commemorative Street Name For George FloydThe City of Minneapolis Planning Commission on Monday voted unanimously to place a commemorative street sign for George Floyd near the site of his death.
Walz Again Requests Federal Help To Rebuild After UnrestMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz is again asking for federal help to rebuild from the unrest that followed George Floyd’s death.
Twin Cities Man Who Beat COVID-19 Discusses Stigma That Lingers AfterA Twin Cities gardener spent days agonizing over every breath battling COVID-19. Terry Tauger beat the virus earlier this summer. But, as WCCO found, the stigma of being infected lingers and it’s something he's lived through before.
Progressive Coalition Says New Survey Finds Majority Of Mpls. Residents Want To Dismantle MPDA progressive coalition has released new polling information that says a majority of residents in Minneapolis want to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department.
Burnsville Police Issue All-Clear After Investigating Bomb Threat At Rep. Angie Craig's OfficeAuthorities in Burnsville have given the all-clear after investigating a report of a bomb threat at U.S. Representative Angie Craig's office Monday afternoon.
George Floyd Case: Daily Mail Obtains Body Cam Video From 2 Officers In Floyd's Arrest DeathBody cam footage showing the arrest of George Floyd, who died in Minneapolis police custody in late May, has been obtained by the Daily Mail.
Sheriff: 2 Killed In Becker Co. CrashAuthorities in Becker County say two people were killed in a crash involving a motorcycle and a van in Shell Lake Township Sunday night.
'Cinemas Are Terrified Because They Haven't Figured Out How To Adapt Their Model For Streaming': CNET's Joan E. Solsman On The Future Of Movie TheatersWhat are the future of movie theaters? CNET senior writer Joan E. Solsman answers that questions and explains how COVID-19 has changed the movie industry forever.
Nickelodeon Universe To Reopen Next Week; Only 250 Visitors To Be Allowed InsideAfter being closed for nearly five months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Nickelodeon Universe is preparing to reopen next week.

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Vikings Land DT P.J. Hall In Deal With Raiders For Late PickThe Minnesota Vikings acquired defensive tackle P.J. Hall from the Oakland Raiders for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2021, bringing in a reinforcement for the interior after the opt out by expected starter Michael Pierce.
‘We Are In A Great Position’: Vikings GM Rick Spielman Gets Contract ExtensionMinnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman has agreed to a multi-year contract extension with the team.
Jared Spurgeon Scores 2, Alex Stalock Gets Shutout As Wild Top CanucksJared Spurgeon scored twice and Alex Stalock stopped 28 shots to get his his first career postseason win, leading the Minnesota Wild in a 3-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks in Game 1 of their qualifying series Sunday night.
Garver, Twins Lean On Pen For 2-Hitter To Top Indians, 3-1Max Kepler doubled and scored in each of his first two at-bats, and Jorge Polanco and Nelson Cruz drove him in with singles in the first and third.
Indians' Francona Misses Game For Gastrointestinal ConditionCleveland manager Terry Francona left the team before the game at Minnesota on Sunday, due to what the Indians said was a minor gastrointestinal condition not related to COVID-19.
Minnesota Advances To MLS Semis With 4-1 Win Over San JoseRobin Lod had a goal and an assist, Hassani Dotson had two assists and Minnesota United advanced in the MLS is Back tournament with a 4-1 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes in a quarterfinal match Saturday.

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Local Real Estate Agents See Surge In People Looking For Lakeshore Properties Amid PandemicLocal real estate agents say there has been a surge in people looking for lakeshore property away from the city. This comes as less people are traveling and more people are working remotely due to COVID-19, Kate Raddatz reports (1:46). WCCO 4 News at 6 – August 3, 2020
City Council Person Phillipe Cunningham Pushes For Public Health Approach To Public SafetyWard 4 City Council person Phillipe Cunningham says he is pushing for a public health approach to public safety, Reg Chapman reports (2:52 ). WCCO 4 News at 6 – August 3, 2020
Downtown Minneapolis Leaders Use Unconventional Efforts To Keep Nicollet Mall Area SaferLeaders in downtown Minneapolis are trying something they've never done before. It's an unconventional effort to make Nicollet Mall safer for everyone, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (2:26). WCCO 4 News at 6 – August 3, 2020
Nickelodeon Universe To Reopen Next Week; Only 250 Visitors To Be Allowed InsideMall of America plans to reopen Nickelodeon Universe (0:33). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 3, 2020
Back To School Questions: If A Student Has COVID Symptoms Does The Class Stay Home Until The Test Comes Back?WCCO is working to answer your back to school questions: if a student has COVID symptoms does the class stay home until the test comes back? (0:48). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 3, 2020
Twin Cities Man Who Beat COVID-19 Discusses Stigma That Lingers AfterA Twin Cities gardener spent days agonizing over every breath battling COVID-19, Liz Collin reports (2:05). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 3, 2020

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Local Real Estate Agents See Surge In People Looking For Lakeshore Properties Amid PandemicIf you've been thinking about buying a cabin this summer, you're not alone. Local real estate agents say there has been a surge in people looking for lakeshore property away from the city. This comes as less people are traveling and more people are working remotely due to COVID-19.
City Council Person Phillipe Cunningham Pushes For Comprehensive Approach To Public SafetyWard 4 City Council person Phillipe Cunningham says he is pushing for a public health approach to public safety.
Downtown Mpls. Leaders Use Unconventional Efforts To Keep Nicollet Mall Area SaferLeaders in downtown Minneapolis are trying something they've never done before. It's an unconventional effort to make Nicollet Mall safer for everyone. 
Walz Again Requests Federal Help To Rebuild After UnrestMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz is again asking for federal help to rebuild from the unrest that followed George Floyd’s death.
Twin Cities Man Who Beat COVID-19 Discusses Stigma That Lingers AfterA Twin Cities gardener spent days agonizing over every breath battling COVID-19. Terry Tauger beat the virus earlier this summer. But, as WCCO found, the stigma of being infected lingers and it’s something he's lived through before.
Progressive Coalition Says New Survey Finds Majority Of Mpls. Residents Want To Dismantle MPDA progressive coalition has released new polling information that says a majority of residents in Minneapolis want to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department.