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How Minnesota Schools Are Spending COVID Relief MoneyA big payday for Minnesota schools has districts deciding how to spend millions.
Girl Gifts Comforting 'Prairie Bears' To All Patients At Youth Psychiatric HospitalA Twin Cities family hopes to make the holidays a little brighter for kids battling mental health issues in the hospital.
Good Question: How Do They Make It Snow Inside U.S. Bank Stadium?Just before the Vikings players take the field at U.S. Bank Stadium, little pieces of white stuff fall from above. It’s the newest part of the Vikings pre-game show: fake snow.
'He Has Done His Service': Community Leaders React To Minneapolis Police Chief Arradondo's Retirement“He took us through the toughest of times and was an anchor in the storm for the psyche of the city,” said former Minneapolis City Council Member Don Samuels.
Erik Kravchuk Sentenced In Head-Butt Death Of Medtronic Scientist Aleksandre SambelashviliA Golden Valley man will spend nearly a decade in prison for fatally head-butting a Medtronic scientist at a downtown Minneapolis bar in 2019.
Armed Robbers Target Victim At Ted Mann Concert Hall On U CampusTwo masked people robbed someone at gunpoint at Minneapolis' Ted Mann Concert Hall on the University of Minnesota campus Monday evening.
Weekend Winter Blast: North Shore Residents Digging Out From Under More Than A Foot Of Snow
Minnesotans Out Finding Fun Amid Cold Snap“I feel if you stay indoors, you're growing in the wrong direction,” Leto said.
Man Gets 25 Years For Fatal Stabbing Near JordanA 23-year-old man was sentenced Monday to 25 years in prison for fatally stabbing a man last year in southern Minnesota.
Omicron Variant: What Experts Know So Far“If it mutates in a point where it may be more contagious but less severe, then it becomes a common cold, and that’s what I think we’d like to see and what we hope for, but however right now, we don’t know enough," Dr. George Morris said.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo Will Not Seek 3rd TermMinneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced Monday that he will not be seeking a third term in office.
Minneapolis Police Seek Help Finding Missing WomanAuthorities in Minneapolis are asking the public's help in finding a woman who hasn't been seen in a week.
Twin Cities Man Found With Self-Inflicted Stab Wound Charged With Murdering Father A 47-year-old Twin Cities man is facing murder charges after allegedly killing his father over the weekend.
Minnesota State Fair Reinstates Police ForceThe Minnesota State Fair has reinstated its police department.
Rep. Ilhan Omar 'Very Confident' Pelosi Will Take Action Against Lauren Boebert After Anti-Muslim RemarksRep. Ilhan Omar said Sunday she is "very confident" House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will take "decisive action" against Rep. Lauren Boebert over the Colorado Republican's anti-Muslim remarks.

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Hawks Use Season-High 3s To Beat Wolves 121-110Trae Young had 29 points and 11 assists, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot scored 23 points and the short-handed Atlanta Hawks beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 121-110 Monday night.
Minnesota DNR Certifies New Muskie State Record, Previous Record Dates Back To 1957It’s official: A muskie caught in Lake Mille Lacs in November is a new state record.
Former Wild Coach Mike Yeo Named Interim Coach For PhiladelphiaThe Philadelphia Flyers fired coach Alain Vigneault on Monday following eight straight losses, two shy of matching a team record of 10 in a row, and with the franchise far from ending a 47-year Stanley Cup drought.
Vikings' Hopes For Playoff Spot Dwindling After Loss To Lions: 'This One Is Going To Bother Me For Years'The Minnesota Vikings are perfectly aware of what they wasted on Sunday afternoon.
Indigenous Bowl Brings 30+ Tribes, Communities Together At U.S. Bank Stadium “To be on the big stage, big stadium, play in front of all Indigenous players, and with all of them all over, it was a great opportunity," Devin Long Crow said.
Twins Legends Kaat, Oliva Among 6 Baseball Greats Elected To Hall Of FameFormer Minnesota Twins teammates Tony Oliva and Jim Kaat were among the six men elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, and they're the only living new members this year.
Willis' 3 Keeps Gopher Men Unbeaten, Beating Bulldogs 81-76Payton Willis hit a 3-pointer with 17 seconds left to retake the lead and added two free throws as Minnesota remained undefeated with an 81-76 win over Mississippi State on Sunday afternoon.
Lions Beat Vikings 29-27 For 1st Win Of SeasonThe Lions finally found a victory when Jared Goff threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Amon-Ra St. Brown as time expired, lifting previously winless Detroit to a 29-27 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Gophers Will Play West Virginia In Guaranteed Rate BowlThe Gophers are bowl-bound, set to play West Virginia in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl Dec. 28.

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12/6: CBSN AMNew U.S. international travel restrictions take effect; Scientists racing to learn more about Omicron variant
What Mayor Bill de Blasio's new vaccine mandate means for private sector employees of NYCOn Monday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a new vaccine mandate for private sector employees. Millions of workers have until December 27 to get vaccinated. Dr. Soumi Eachempati, the co-founder and CEO of Cleared4, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to explain.
Justice Department sues Texas over new redistricting mapsThe Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Texas, claiming the state's new voting district maps discriminate against Black and Latino voters. Kim Wehle, a professor of law at the University of Baltimore and the author of "How to Read the Constitution -- and Why," joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with the details of the lawsuit.
U.S. announces diplomatic boycott of Winter Olympic games in BeijingThe U.S. says it is staging a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympic games in Beijing. The decision is in response to alleged human rights abuses in China. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss that and more.
Michigan school shooting suspect's parents jailed after manhuntThe parents of the alleged gunman in a Michigan school shooting were arrested inside a vacant art studio in Detroit early Saturday morning after a manhunt. Michigan's attorney general has offered to conduct an independent investigation into the school's actions before the shooting. Michael George reports.