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'It's Our Harsh Reality': BCA Investigates St. Paul Officer-Involved Shooting Of Ronald DavisThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is continuing to investigate an officer-involved shooting in St. Paul that left one man dead Sunday evening.
Vehicle Crash On Highway 65 In Ham LakeA crash on southbound Highway 65, south of 181st Ave. NE. in Ham Lake, is closing southbound lanes until around 9 p.m. Monday. The crash is under investigation. 
Police: Missing Teen, 16, In Redwood FallsThunder Wambade Brothersofall, 16, was last seen on Sept. 15 around 5:30 p.m. while swimming with friends in the Redwood River, police say. A search crew will remain in Ramsey Park around-the-clock until Thursday, when a third ground and air search is set to begin.
Community Meetings Address High Cost Of Insulin In MinnesotaMinnesota lawmakers are bringing the conversation about the high cost of insulin to the community.
'It Can Be Solved': 17 Years On, Search For St. John's Student Josh Guimond ContinuesA Minnesota family is fighting for fresh eyes to investigate their son's disappearance.
Water Quality Sensor Hitching Ride On Mississippi River BoatA sensor attached to the American Queen steamboat will give scientists and cities and better understanding of nutrient levels and water quality along the entire length of the Mississippi River.
Governor Walz Establishes Biofuels CouncilIt's been a challenging year for Minnesota's corn and soybean farmers. Despite low prices and high rainfall amounts, harvest time is just weeks away.
DNR Predicts Good Duck Hunting SeasonWildlife managers say duck hunting is expected to be good when Minnesota's regular waterfowl season opens Saturday morning.
Bedbugs Found In Cases Of Student-Issued iPads In St. PaulAfter bedbugs were found in iPads issued to students, St. Paul Public Schools is asking students and parents to keep the devices clean.
Moorhead Police Seek Help To Find Missing TeenAuthorities say Sheyenne Rochelle Bell, 17, has a history of running away and was reported as a runaway in June of 2019.  
Fort Snelling State Park To Reopen TuesdayThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says Fort Snelling State Park will reopen Tuesday, following a months-long closure due to flooding.
Officers Involved In Fatal Shooting Of Brian Quinones IdentifiedThe officers involved in a fatal shooting in Richfield last week have been identified.

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Harmful Pacific Ocean "blob" made worse by climate changeOcean heatwaves known as the "blob" are responsible for toxic algae blooms that kill plankton, a key food source for marine life. Experts are concerned a massive blob that formed in the Pacific in 2015 is reforming. Jonathan Vigliotti explains.
Immigrants wait for asylum hearings in "tent courts" along the borderTents are now being used as courthouses along the southern border, as a backlog of immigrants seek asylum in the U.S. In Brownsville, there are 66 mini courtrooms that are connected to judges via video conferencing. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Climate change will be an issue for most voters in 2020 — CBS News pollBut compared to other issues, Democrats rate the climate change issue more importantly than Republicans do
Pacific Ocean "blob" harming marine lifeRising temperatures are causing coral reefs to crumble and another blob could decimate the shellfish industry
Immigrants wait for hearings in "tent courts"There are 66 mini courtrooms in Brownsville that are connected to judges across the country via video conferencing
Trump keeps options open after Saudi attacksIt's decision time for President Trump, who is weighing how to respond to an attack on Saudi oil facilities. His first move is sending his secretary of state to the Kingdom. Weijia Jiang reports.
Brett Kavanaugh facing calls for impeachment amid misconduct accusationThe controversy over Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh's appointment has been reignited by a new sexual misconduct accusation against him from his time in college. It didn't take long for some lawmakers to call for his impeachment. Jan Crawford reports.
Auto workers strike against General Motors for better pay and benefitsAll work has stopped at more than 50 General Motors factories and warehouses in the U.S. More than 48,000 workers are on strike — the first against GM in 12 years. Dean Reynolds explains what's at stake.
Deadly Maine explosion levels buildingA town in Maine is shaken by a horrific explosion. A building was leveled by a propane blast that narrowly missed a school bus packed with kids. Don Dahler reports.
Gas prices rise after Saudi Arabia oil site attacksU.S. gas prices have already started to rise after an attack damaged two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia. According to AAA, fuel prices could rise by 25 cents this month. Kris Van Cleave reports.