WCCO-TV Road Tests Four Free Traffic AppsWith the help of Pioneer Press tech writer Julio Ojeda-Zapata, WCCO-TV puts four free traffic apps to the test: Google Maps, Apple Maps, Inrix, and Waze.
Flashback: The 1st Intercollegiate Basketball Game Was Played At HamlineBack then, there were no three-pointers. Each bucket counted for a single point. Players weren't allowed to dribble, but rather just pivot and pass.
Researchers: Minnesota Farm Incomes Hit Historic Low In 2018Dairy farms are especially feeling the pinch after years of low milk prices. Data shows 2018 may have been the worst year since the 1980s. 
State Patrol: 1 Dead After Vehicle Found In Straight RiverAuthorities say a 71-year-old man died Monday after his pickup truck went off the highway and into the Straight River in Steele County.
1 Arrested After Standoff In NorthfieldA man was arrested Monday night after a standoff near the intersection of Heritage Drive and Jefferson Road in Northfield.
From 'Witch Hunt' To 2020 Slogan: Trump Sees Mueller As Election BoostWhile the entire report has yet to be released to Congress and the public, and even as Mueller did not make a determination of whether the president obstructed justice, President Trump viewed Attorney General William Barr's outline of principal findings as a complete vindication.
Coaches, Others In College Admissions Scandal Plead Not GuiltyA dozen sports coaches, test administrators and others have pleaded not guilty to participating in a nationwide college admissions scam.
2 Charged In 64-Pound Meth Bust In Minneapolis Two people have been charged after officers recovered approximately 64 pounds of methamphetamine from a residence in downtown Minneapolis.
Some Parks Could Be Closed For Months Due To Spring FloodingAs of right now, officials say it's unclear whether the parks will even be available for Memorial Day weekend.

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Russia's campaign to spread disinformationWhen Russia targeted the 2016 election, hacking emails was just one aspect. It was later revealed that thousands of fake social media posts were aimed at American voters. Elizabeth Palmer and Paula Reid explain.
The Mueller Report: A Turning PointSpecial counsel Robert Mueller investigated Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election for nearly two years, and America has finally learned some of his findings. Jeff Glor anchors a CBS News special, "The Mueller Report."
Inside the Democratic National Committee email hackDuring the 2016 presidential campaign, thousands of emails and documents were stolen from the Democratic National Committee and dumped on WikiLeaks. "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell explains what happened.
Mueller report finds no coordination between Trump campaign and RussiaAfter nearly two years, Robert Mueller's long awaited report on Russia's efforts to influence the 2016 election is complete. The special counsel concluded the Trump campaign did not conspire or coordinate with the Russian government. Mueller did not make a determination on whether Trump obstructed justice. Paula Reid explains.
Michael Cohen turns on the presidentNo member of Donald Trump's orbit generated more controversy than Michael Cohen, the president's former personal attorney. Jeff Pegues reports.
The Mueller Report: A Turning PointMonday night's CBS News special, "The Mueller Report: A Turning Point," unpacks the two-year investigation