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Minnesota Legislature Adjourns With Work Unfinished, But Unclear If Special Session Will HappenGov. Tim Walz and top legislators met privately Monday to discuss next steps after the legislature failed to pass key proposals before adjournment, but it’s unclear when—or even if—lawmakers will return for a special session to finish up their work.
Man In His 30s Killed In North Minneapolis ShootingPolice said this was the city's 35th homicide of the year.
Man, 19, Dies In Hospital Weeks After Being Assaulted, Robbed In Downtown Minneapolis A Twin Cities man succumbed to his injuries last week after being assaulted and robbed early last month in downtown Minneapolis.
'Don't Let Anybody Stop You': 84-Year-Old Completes Her Dream Of Earning Degree From U Of M“You need to do what you want to do or what your goals are," said Betty Sandison. "Don't let anybody stop you."
Madison Community Rallies To Restore Beloved, Storm-Damaged BallparkIn the town of 1,500, baseball brings people together. It’s been that way for decades. The storm destroyed a good portion of the outfield fence, took down four, 80-foot light towers, and ripped the roofs off of both dugouts.
Mother Charged In Eli Hart's Death After Body Found In Trunk Shot Multiple TimesOn Monday, charges were filed in Hennepin County against Julissa Thaler. She was arrested by Orono police early Saturday morning.
Tuesday Election Could Provide Clarity In Up-For-Grabs 1st Congressional Districtin the end this May primary will come down to turnout, and that is expected to be very low -- 700,000 people live in the district, and the Secretary of State reports 40,000 absentee ballots were requested during early voting. So far just 10,000 have been returned.
For MN Lawmakers, Some Hits, Many Misses In 2022 SessionState government will continue functioning through June 2023 even without a special session. The Legislature passed a two-year budget last year — after a special session — so the lights will stay on.
Shawn Tillman Charged With Killing Demitri Ellis-Strong At Downtown St. Paul LRT StationMetro Transit police say a St. Paul man is in custody and faces second-degree murder charges in connection to Friday’s deadly shooting at a downtown St. Paul light rail train station.
Sen. Klobuchar Says It's Important Sweden, Finland Join NATO"Putin believed that the world was so divided and coming out of this pandemic, that we would just let this happen, and he could attack a peaceful neighbor without consequence, but the opposite has happened," Klobuchar said.
North Dakota Extends Deadline For Gas Pipeline ProposalsThe North Dakota Legislature in November set aside $150 million in federal coronavirus aid to help construct such a trans-state pipeline for natural gas, which is a byproduct of oil production.
Buffalo Clinic Shooting: Opening Statements Begin Monday In Gregory Ulrich TrialThe 68-year-old is charged with murder and attempted murder in a deadly shooting spree inside a health clinic in Buffalo, Minn., last year.
USS Minneapolis-St. Paul Now Activated For Service In U.S. NavyThe USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul now heads to its home base at the naval station in Mayport, Florida to await orders.
'Prince And The Revolution: Live' Revives 1985 Concert In Multiple FormatsThe March 30, 1985, concert at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York, included the songs “Delirious,” “1999,” “Little Red Corvette,” “Take Me Home,” “Let’s Pretend We’re Married,” “Computer Blue,” “When Doves Cry” and “I Would Die 4 U,” among others.
Burnsville Police Looking For Suspect In Bank RobberiesPolice in Burnsville are seeking help finding a person they say robbed multiple banks.

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Madison Community Rallies To Restore Beloved, Storm-Damaged BallparkIn the town of 1,500, baseball brings people together. It’s been that way for decades. The storm destroyed a good portion of the outfield fence, took down four, 80-foot light towers, and ripped the roofs off of both dugouts.
Timberwolves Agree To Deal With Nuggets' Tim Connelly, Reports SayConnelly steadily built the Nuggets into a perennial playoff contender through draft picks that included two-time NBA MVP Nikola Jokic and point guard Jamal Murray.
Lod, Taylor Spark Minnesota United To 2-1 Win Over DallasRobin Lod and DJ Taylor each scored a goal and Minnesota United held off FC Dallas 2-1 on Sunday.
Urshela, Twins Overcome 6-Run Deficit, Rally Past Royals 7-6Gio Urshela hit a tiebreaking single in the ninth inning to complete Minnesota's comeback from a six-run deficit, lifting the Twins over the Kansas City Royals 7-6 Sunday.
Mabrey, Ogunbowale Power Wings Past Lynx 94-78Marina Mabrey scored 22 points, Arike Ogunbowale added 20 and the Dallas Wings pulled away in the second half to beat the Minnesota Lynx 94-78 on Saturday night.
Four-Run Ninth Seals 9-2 Win For Twins Over Kansas CityJoe Ryan struck out six and the Minnesota Twins capped the game with a four-run ninth inning for a 9-2 win over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday night.
Smeltzer Backed By Garlick, Miranda As Twins Beat Royals 6-4Kyle Garlick and Jose Miranda each drove in two runs, leading Devin Smeltzer and the Minnesota Twins past the Kansas City Royals 6-4 on Friday night.
Jackie Young Scores 25 For Aces In 93-87 Win Over LynxJackie Young scored a season-high 25 points, A'ja Wilson added 17 points and nine rebounds and the Las Vegas Aces beat the Minnesota Lynx 93-87 on Thursday night.
2 Friends From New York Open New Legacy Hoops Location In WoodburyOn June 3, Legacy Hoops (formerly known as 43 Hoops) will open its new location in Woodbury with a basketball tournament, followed by a camp on June 6.

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"Incendiary devices" found in car that struck 3 school children, police sayThree school-aged children were struck by a car driven by a man who had allegedly been removed from a nearby school for trespassing just prior to the collision. Police said they found four "incendiary devices" in the suspect's car following the crash. CBS Los Angeles' Michele Gile reports.
President Biden pledges military support for Taiwan if attacked by ChinaPresident Biden pledged military intervention if Taiwan were attacked by China. The administration insists this is not a policy change. CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey and CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion join "Red and Blue" to discuss that and more of the day's top political stories.
President Biden vows to defend Taiwan from ChinaPresident Biden has vowed to defend Taiwan if China attacks the island, comparing the situation with the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Michael Green, senior vice president for Asia, Japan Chair and Henry A. Kissinger Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, joins "Red and Blue" to discuss the president's comments and his trip to the region.
President Biden says U.S. willing to respond "militarily" if China invades TaiwanDuring his first official trip to Asia, President Biden said the U.S. would respond "militarily" if China were to invade the self-ruled island of Taiwan. The comment is drawing criticism due to the United States' long-standing policy of maintaining ambiguity when it comes to making a security commitment to Taiwan. Dan Blumenthal, senior fellow and director of Asian studies at the American Enterprise Institute, joined CBS News' Lana Zak to discuss.
Police find "incendiary devices" in vehicle after suspect seen striking 3 childrenAll three children are in stable condition.

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Minnesota Legislature Adjourns With Work Unfinished, But Unclear If Special Session Will HappenGov. Tim Walz and top legislators met privately Monday to discuss next steps after the legislature failed to pass key proposals before adjournment, but it’s unclear when—or even if—lawmakers will return for a special session to finish up their work.
Man, 19, Dies In Hospital Weeks After Being Assaulted, Robbed In Downtown Minneapolis A Twin Cities man succumbed to his injuries last week after being assaulted and robbed early last month in downtown Minneapolis.
'Don't Let Anybody Stop You': 84-Year-Old Completes Her Dream Of Earning Degree From U Of M“You need to do what you want to do or what your goals are," said Betty Sandison. "Don't let anybody stop you."
Madison Community Rallies To Restore Beloved, Storm-Damaged BallparkIn the town of 1,500, baseball brings people together. It’s been that way for decades. The storm destroyed a good portion of the outfield fence, took down four, 80-foot light towers, and ripped the roofs off of both dugouts.
Mother Charged In Eli Hart's Death After Body Found In Trunk Shot Multiple TimesOn Monday, charges were filed in Hennepin County against Julissa Thaler. She was arrested by Orono police early Saturday morning.
Tuesday Election Could Provide Clarity In Up-For-Grabs 1st Congressional Districtin the end this May primary will come down to turnout, and that is expected to be very low -- 700,000 people live in the district, and the Secretary of State reports 40,000 absentee ballots were requested during early voting. So far just 10,000 have been returned.