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Bloomington Residents Push Back Against Proposed $85M Community CenterSome Bloomington residents are pushing back against a proposal that would change the face of a popular park.
Speranzella Siblings Making Miraculous Recoveries After Being Stuck By High Driver In MinneapolisA Minneapolis family is speaking publicly for the first time after their children nearly died while out getting ice cream.
With So Many Political Polls, Why Are So Few People Called?With the presidential primaries just a few months away, expect to hear a lot about political polls. But who actually gets those calls?
This Is The Twin Cities' Fastest-Growing Zip CodeWCCO went in search of the Twin Cities fastest-growing zip codes, and found a thriving secret to the west outpacing the rest.
Sheriff: Sailboat Freezes On St. Croix River Near StillwaterToo much ice is the issue for the owner of a sailboat on the St. Croix River.
Anthony Howson Sentenced To 25 Years For Role In Iron Range Murder Of Joshua LavalleyA Hibbing man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for his role in the killing of a man in the woods of northern Minnesota.
Charges: Jeffrey Graves, Who Led Police On Wrong-Way Pursuit, Raped & Robbed Elderly WomanIt started when authorities tried to arrest the 51-year-old for allegedly breaking into a woman's home, sexually assaulting her, and forcing her to withdraw cash from two metro ATMs.
Minnesota's Newest American Legion Opens In Minneapolis's Cardinal BarAfter years of declining membership, the American Legion is opening a new post in Minnesota -- the first in six years.
'It's Been Stressful': Propane Shortage Adding To Difficult Harvest For Minnesota FarmersMinnesota is now one of eight states under an emergency declaration when it comes to propane.
Will Steger Talks Climate Change, 1989 Trans-Antarctica ExpeditionA sobering account from a seasoned explorer - who's seen the melting polar ice caps firsthand.
'I Am So Tired!': 28-Hour-Long Improv Marathon Supports Give To The Max DayThere's non-stop energy inside the small theater along Lyndale Avenue.
Verizon Wireless Employee Tied Up During Store RobberyBecause the employee was restrained, law enforcement was not notified of the crime right away, and the suspect got away.

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Trump rails against Democrats in Louisiana rallyPresident Trump was in the state just last week, in an attempt to bolster GOP candidate Eddie Rispone
Russia establishes new foothold in Syria amid recent violenceRussia confirmed it's setting up a new base in the Syrian city of Qamishli. Yet, for all the security forces now jostling for control, they've been unable to ensure security for the local population. Charlie D'Agata reports from northeast Syria.
All-black Women's Army Corps unit still fighting for recognitionNearly 900 members strong, the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion was the first and only all-black Women's Army Corps unit deployed to Europe during WWII. They made sure soldiers received their mail, but weren't recognized for their service. Jim Axelrod shares one member's story.
"Survivor" contestant accused of "inappropriate touching""There are always consequences for standing up," one contestant said. "This happens in real life, in work settings, in school. You can't say anything because it's going to affect your upward trajectory. It's going to affect how people look at you"
Supermassive black hole ejects star from Milky Way GalaxyAstronomers spotted the star just 29,000 light-years away from Earth — "practically next door by astronomical standards"
Cigarette smoking among adults hits all-time low in U.S.But 34.2 million adults still smoke and use other tobacco products
11/14/19: CBSN Evening News2 dead, several injured in Calif. school shooting; WWII's only U.S. black female Army battalion.
"Sesame Street" was shaped by historically black New York communitiesIt has been 50 years since "Sesame Street" was created. Bryan Greene, freelance reporter for the Smithsonian Magazine, joins CBSN to discuss the show's roots.
Former intelligence officer reacts to impeachment hearings against TrumpAs the public impeachment inquiry into President Trump heats up, we are learning new details about the president's dealings with Ukraine. Malcolm Nance, a former intelligence officer, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano for his analysis.
Uber slapped with $650 million tax billCompany faces back taxes and penalties in battle over whether ride-share drivers are contractors or employees