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Sibley Student Da’Qwan Jones-Morris Laid To Rest, St. Paul Community Talks Public SafetyThe funeral was held on Saturday afternoon at Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, the same church where Jones-Morris was baptized and sang in the youth choir.
‘It Just Took My Breath Away’: Increase In Eagles Seen At Lake MinnetonkaThis might be one of the best times to see a bald eagle.
St. Paul Man Sentenced For Fatal Shooting At Hmong FestivalA judge has sentenced a 29-year-old man to more than 30 years in prison for the shooting death of a 19-year-old man at St. Paul's Hmong Freedom Festival last year.
Macalester College President Wants Founder's Name Removed From BuildingBrian Rosenberg told faculty this week he planned to strip Edward Duffield Neill's name from the humanities building, following pressure from student activists and journalists.
Missing 26-Year-Old Woman, Jeanette Ozuna, Is Vulnerable To Human Trafficking, According To Woodbury PoliceLaw enforcement says that Jeanette Ozuna has no known family or friends in the Twin Cities, and a history of mental health.
13 Dogs, Many Competitive Show Australian Shepherds, Die In House Fire Near St. FrancisTo Phil and Jodi Dovel, Australian Shepherds are the very definition of "man's best friend." Jodi Dovel has bred them, raised them, and trained them for more than 20 years.
'This Is A Danger': Groups In Eagan Work To Change Speed Limit Where Student Patric Vitek Was KilledIn a press release Friday afternoon, the panel of organizations said they are hoping to have a full school zone in place by the time students return from holiday break in early January.
'My Heart Is So Filled': Yarn For Vets' Kari Yarke Receives Big Yarn Donations After WCCO StoryViewer response to our story about Kari Yarke and her work crocheting items for homeless veterans was off the charts.
MSP Airport's Therapy Cat, Stitches, Is The Internet's New Favorite FelineMSP Airport has had a therapy program for four years, and 96 dogs. But Stitches is the very first cat.
Smith, Flanagan Call To Reactivate Violence Against Women Act, Focus On Reducing Violence Against Indigenous WomenLt. Governor Peggy Flanagan joined Senator Tina Smith as she called for the reactivation of the Violence Against Women Act in Congress. 
Robbery Reported In DinkytownA robbery occurred near the University of Minnesota Friday afternoon, according to a campus-wide safety notification. 
Kenneth Lilly Gets 86 Months In Jail For Shooting School Bus Driver, Thomas Benson, On I-35WInvestigators say the bus scraped Lilly's car as it was trying to merge onto the interstate in Minneapolis on the afternoon of February 5.

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Mdewakanton Sioux Holds Its 1st Community DayThere was Indigenous food to try, arts and crafts, and dance and drum demonstrations. Members of the community hope others can learn more about the Dakota people, Jeff Wagner reports (0:43). WCCO 4 News At 6 - November 16, 2019
Before The Loss, Gophers Fans Were Rowing The Boat In Iowa CityGolden Gophers fans headed to Iowa City to watch the tough match up against the Hawkeyes, Jeff Wagner reports (1:03). WCCO 4 News At 6 - November 16, 2019
Macalester College President Seeks To Rename Neill HallBrian Rosenberg asked the board of trustees to strip Edward Duffield Neill's name from the humanities building, Jeff Wagner reports (0:20). WCCO 4 News At 6 - November 16, 2019
State Patrol Reports Increase In Hands-Free Driving ViolationsThe Minnesota State Patrol says there were over 2,700 hands-free citations around the state in September, up about 400 from August, Jeff Wagner reports (0:23). WCCO 4 News At 6 - November 16, 2019
Friends, Family Gather To Say Goodbye To Da'Qwan Jones-MorrisAs he was being laid to rest, Mayor Melvin Carter hosted the last of three public safety meetings addressing the increase in shooting deaths, Mary McGuire reports (2:12). WCCO 4 News At 6 - November 16, 2019
The ‘Arts Of The Holidays’ Sale Is On In WayzataKatie Steiner shows us the “Arts of the Holidays” sale that will be on in Wayzata until the end of the month (4:52). WCCO Saturday Morning - November 16, 2019

CBS News - National Headlines

Elite unit works to give fellow Marines the funeral they deserve"We would just ask that people don't think about us, that they think about the Marines that we are honoring"
Amazon to open new line of grocery stores, first in CaliforniaAmazon plans to open a new line of grocery stores in California next year, starting in the Woodland Hills neighborhood. The company said the store would be different from Whole Foods and would not compete against Whole Foods.
6 charged in football game shooting described as "petty vengeance"A 10-year-old remains in critical condition
California high school shooter dies of injuriesThe shooter killed two of his classmates Thursday in Santa Clarita, California.
6 arrested in connection to New Jersey high school football game shootingPolice have arrested six men in connection with a shooting at a high school football game in New Jersey. Three people were shot during Friday night's game in Pleasantville, near Atlantic City. One of the men arrested has been charged with three counts of attempted murder.
11/16: CBS Evening NewsWhite House official Mark Sandy testifies in closed-door impeachment hearing; 300 people in line to adopt "unicorn" dog.
"Circus," "kangaroo court," "coup": 1998 Democrats and 2019 Republicans use the same terms to attack impeachment effortsRepublicans on Capitol Hill have largely stayed firm in their defense of President Trump during the public impeachment hearings. Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics; Patrick Maney, a professor of modern American history at Boston College; and Mark Summers, a history professor at the University of Kentucky, joined "Red & Blue" to discuss how the 2019 impeachment process compares to those faced by presidents Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton.
USC issues warning about drug use after 9th student death this semesterNine students have died this semester at the University of Southern California. Authorities suspect drugs are to blame for several of the deaths. Los Angeles Times Reporter Colleen Shalby joined CBSN to explain what campus officials are doing to prevent more overdoses.
300 people in line to adopt "unicorn" dogNarwhal, a puppy born with an extra tail on his face, made headlines this week. Now, there’s a list of 300 people who are ready to adopt him — and someone even offered to buy him for $7,000. Rescuers in Missouri, however, say he's not for sale and not ready for adoption yet.
Prince Andrew breaks silence on Jeffrey Epstein, letting "royal family down"Britain's Prince Andrew breaks his silence on his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Andrew denies any inappropriate behavior at Epstein's home, but also admits he let the royal family down. Ian Lee reports.