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Justin Amash Becomes 1st GOP Lawmaker To Call For ImpeachmentU.S. Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan on Saturday became the first Republican lawmaker to say President Trump had "engaged in impeachable conduct." In a series of tweets, Amash wrote he had read the full report by special counsel Robert Mueller and had concluded there is a "threshold for impeachment."
2019 Preakness Stakes: War Of Will Crosses Finish Line 1stWar of Will won the 144th Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course.
Minnesota Weather: Rounds Of Rain Expected, Sunday Snow For SomeThough most of the state won't see severe weather this weekend, Minnesotans can expect rounds of rain. There is also the potential for slushy snow Sunday in the Duluth/Arrowhead Region.
Minnehaha Creek Watershed District Warns Of Potential FloodingWith heavy rain expected in coming days, the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District is advising Minnesotans of the potential for localized flooding.
'They're Part Of My Family': Girl, 8, Aims To Help Polar Bears Through ArtNatalie has always had a knack for art. Last fall, she told her friends she wanted to make and sell art to raise money to help polar bears.
Doors Open Minneapolis Gives Behind-The-Scenes Look At 115 VenuesDoors Open Minneapolis is giving people the opportunity to explore buildings that offer glimpses of the city's past and future.
Senate GOP Passes 'Lights On' Bill; No Budget Deal In SightThe Minnesota Senate has approved a Republican plan for preventing a state government shutdown if the Legislature's budget stalemate persists.
Rains Can’t Stop 2 Big, Outdoor Twin Cities EventsThere are two big events in the city of Minneapolis this weekend that are planning to still go on, rain or shine.
Southwest Light Rail Construction Closes 2 Popular Trails, Detouring Bikers, Runners & WalkersThe Cedar Lake and Kenilworth trails are about to close for two to three years.
Minneapolis Police Investigate Downtown ShootingPolice are investigating a shooting that happened overnight in downtown Minneapolis that sent two men to the hospital.
Dozens Of Tornadoes Reported As Powerful Storm System Threatens Millions Of AmericansA powerful storm system stretching from Canada to Mexico is threatening millions of Americans. More than 40 million people across 18 states are preparing for storms that could last into the middle of next week, CBS News' Omar Villafranca reports.
Democratic Governor Ready To Sign Louisiana Abortion Ban BillNearly three decades ago, when Democratic Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards' wife was 20 weeks pregnant with their first child, a doctor discovered their daughter had spina bifida and encouraged an abortion. They refused.