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Police: Bicyclist Killed By Truck In Downtown MinneapolisPolice say a bicyclist was hit and killed by a semi-truck Wednesday afternoon in downtown Minneapolis.
When Is It Time To Consider A Sleep Aid?A third of American adults have brief bouts of insomnia. For 10% of the population, it can be chronic. So, when is it time to turn to a sleep aid for help? Good Question.
'She Gave A Whole Lot': Friends Of Susan Spiller React To Murder Charges Against Demetrius WynnePolice believe Demetrius Wynne broke into next-door neighbor Susan Spiller's north Minneapolis home and violently attacked and killed her in 2015.
Officials: Multistate Hepatitis A Cases Traced To BlackberriesFederal authorities are warning consumers in 11 states against eating blackberries bought from Fresh Thyme stores.
DOC: Rush City Prison On Lockdown After Inmate Attacks 3 Staff MembersMinnesota Correctional Facility - Rush City is on lockdown after three staff members were attacked by an inmate Tuesday evening.
BCA: Clearwater County Deputy Arrested On Suspicion Of Sex Crimes Involving ChildrenThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating a Clearwater County Sheriff’s deputy on suspicion of sex crimes involving children.
Bloomington Police: Disappearance Of William Albrecht Is Now A Homicide InvestigationBloomington police say three people are in custody in connection to the disappearance of 29-year-old William Albrecht -- which is now being called a homicide investigation.
St. Paul Mayor, Police Chief Disagree Over Use Of Gunshot Detection 'Toy' For Fighting Gun ViolenceSt. Paul city leaders are in disagreement about how funds should be used to fight gun violence.
Country Stars Old Dominion Meet With Columbia Heights High School SongwritersOld Dominion, who just won Vocal Group of the Year at the Country Music Awards last week, are in the Twin Cities working with some local students
Closed Landfills May Provide The Key To Energy EfficiencyThe Metropolitan Council is about to study their potential for producing energy, and that could turn waste into a windfall.
WCCO's One-On-One With University of Minnesota President Joan GabelThe University of Minnesota's new president has been in office for four months now. Joan Gabel is the 17th president in the U's 167-year history and the first woman.
There's No Shortage Of Side-Hustle Gigs This Holiday SeasonBecause demand is so high some employers aren't even asking that you come into an office, you can work from home several hours a week.

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China warns U.S. of "strong countermeasures" to Hong Kong legislationPresident Trump is expected to sign 2 bills into law that would sanction Chinese officials for human rights abuses in Hong Kong
Pentagon official indicates Ukraine knew about aid delay far earlierLaura Cooper and David Hale testified at the second hearing on the fourth day of impeachment hearings
Watch live: Ex-White House official, diplomat testify in impeachment hearingHill, a former NSC official, and Holmes, a diplomat in Kiev, will appear at the final hearing of the week
Racist manifesto reports at Syracuse U. likely a hoax, school saysUniversity's chancellor admits it's come up short responding to recent string of racist incidents; student protesters storm out of meeting on the incidents
Warren, Biden and Buttigieg spoke the most at fifth Democratic debateSenator Elizabeth Warren, former Vice President Joe Biden and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg each spoke for more than 11 minutes at the fifth Democratic debate, while Tom Steyer and Andrew Yang had the least amount of speaking time. CBSN's Tanya Rivero talks with Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and Democratic strategist Lynda Tran about the candidates' speaking time.
Dem debate: Amy Klobuchar rebuffs notion woman can't beat TrumpSenator Amy Klobuchar highlighted the struggles facing women who run for office but said it's untrue that a woman cannot beat Trump
Democratic debate: Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg spar over experienceThe two Democratic presidential hopefuls went head-to-head over the type of experience needed to serve as president
Klobuchar and Buttigieg stand out in tame night for DemocratsImpeachment, Medicare for All, experience and foreign policy dominated the fifth Democratic debate
"We can put together a coalition" with Republicans, Buttigieg saysIn a spin room interview after the fifth Democratic debate, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg said "we're seeing a lot of folks" who voted for President Trump but may be looking at him. "The pitch is we're not going to agree on everything, but I think we can agree that we need to restore decency and dignity to Washington -- that this president is as insulting to Republican values as he is to the Progressive and Democratic values that I believe in -- and that we can put together a coalition to build a different future," Buttigieg said.
11/20/19: Red and BlueSondland implicates Pres. Trump in 'Quid Pro Quo'; First Dem debate since public impeachment hearings