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Minnesota Guard: 90 Sexual Assault Reports In Past 5 YearsThe Minnesota National Guard says it's received 90 reports of sexual assault in the past five years, including cases that ranged from inappropriate touching to rape.
Funeral To Be Held Friday For Conservation Officer Eugene WynnFamily, friends and colleagues will say goodbye Friday to Eugene Wynn, the Minnesota conservation officer who died last week in the line of duty.
Minneapolis Firefighters Knock Down Flames In Boarded-Up Home In Uptown Fire crews in Minneapolis knocked down a house fire Friday morning near Bde Maka Ska.
Measles Outbreak: Nearly 300 Students Quarantined At 2 CA UniversitiesNearly 300 students and staff at two major southern California universities are under quarantine as health officials warn they might have been exposed to measles. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports that at Cal State Los Angeles, 198 are quarantined. Seventy one students and 127 staff members might have been exposed in a campus library.
U.S. Economy Hit The Gas In The First QuarterThe U.S. economy expanded at a rate of 3.2 percent in the first quarter, sprinting past analysts' growth forecasts of 2.3 percent. The Department of Commerce's initial estimate of gross domestic product -- the total value of goods and services -- may tamp down fears that economic activity is slowing.
Judge Charged With Helping Defendant Escape ICE CustodyA trial court judge and a court officer have been indicted on federal charges of obstruction of justice. CBS Boston reports prosecutors allege that Newton District Court judge Shelley Joseph and court officer Wesley MacGregor helped a defendant leave through a back door to avoid being detained by an ICE officer.
Sri Lanka Suspects Still At Large As ISIS Role In Bombings Takes ShapeAn Islamic extremist believed to have played a key role in Sri Lanka's deadly Easter bombings died in an attack on a Colombo hotel, the country's president confirmed Friday. The news came amid a chaotic investigation into the bombing attacks -- and mounting anger over intelligence failures that seem to have allowed the terrorists to strike in spite of warnings.
Sheriff: Motorcyclist Dies In Early Morning Crash In Western WisconsinOfficials in western Wisconsin say a motorcyclist died early Friday morning after losing control, going off-road and being thrown from the bike.
Trump Says 'No Money Was Paid' To North Korea For Otto Warmbier
State Patrol: Fatal Crash Involving Pedestrian In PlymouthThe Minnesota State Patrol is investigating after a fatal crash involving a pedestrian in Plymouth Friday morning.
Minnesota Weather: April Storm Could Dump Up To 9 Inches Of Sloppy Snow On SE MinnesotaA late April storm is threatening to bring significant snow to southern Minnesota on Saturday, and weather officials say some communities along the Interstate 90 corridor could see up to 9 inches of sloppy, wet snow stack up.
Mohamed Noor To Resume Testimony In Justine Ruszczyk Damond's DeathA former Minneapolis police officer on trial in the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman will be back on the stand Friday.