Bahjo Mohamed, Pioneering Light Rail Operator, Dies In Somalia Suicide BombingA suicide bombing in Somalia over the weekend killed a young mother who lived in Hopkins for many years.
State Officials Believe There's Enough Supply For Timely Vaccinations Of 12 To 15 Year Olds In Wake Of FDA ApprovalVaccinations can begin as early as Thursday, though Minnesota Infectious Disease Director Kris Ehresmann cautioned that not every single person newly eligible will be able to get their shot the very day they are allowed.
Gov. Walz Highlights Minnesota's Vaccination Efforts On Bipartisan RoundtableGov. Tim Walz joined a virtual roundtable with President Joe Biden Tuesday.
Wisconsin GOP-Led Legislature Approves Election Law ChangesThe Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature passed bills Tuesday that would make it more difficult to vote absentee — proposals that were all but certain to be vetoed by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers but that GOP lawmakers said were needed to address issues that arose during last year's presidential election.
Future Of Downtown Minneapolis Looking Up, New Economic Numbers ShowTwo years ago, downtown Minneapolis was bustling. One year ago, it was a ghost town. These days, it's somewhere in between.
After Daunte Wright Killing, Brooklyn Center Stands In Middle Of Police Reform DebateWhile police reform bills are being considered at both the state and federal level, Brooklyn Center, a city of 30,000 people, has decided to take up the issue on its own.
'Every One Of Us Loved Them': Family Mourns Mother, 2 Young Kids Killed In Maple Grove CrashKiara Jones and her two children, 3-year-old Lily and 2-year-old Joshua, died in a crash on Saturday after their car crossed the median on Dunkirk Lane in Maple Grove.
Minneapolis Reverend 1 Of 4 Candidates For Nevada Episcopal BishopFour church leaders from Virginia, Arizona, California, and Minnesota have been nominated to serve as the new bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Nevada.
Texas Officials Support Pardoning George Floyd For 2004 Drug ArrestTop leaders in the Texas county where George Floyd grew up supported a resolution Tuesday calling for him to be posthumously pardoned for a 2004 drug arrest by a former Houston police officer now facing murder charges in a separate case.

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Future Of Downtown Minneapolis Looks Bright, New Economic Numbers ShowNew numbers show things are looking up for the downtown Minneapolis economy, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (1:54). WCCO 4 News At 6 - May 11, 2021
After Daunte Wright Killing, Brooklyn Center Stands In Middle Of Police Reform DebateWhile police reform bills are being considered at both the state and federal level, Brooklyn Center has decided to take up the issue on its own, Esme Murphy reports (1:58). WCCO 4 News At 6 - May 11, 2021
Family Remembers Mother, Children Killed In Maple Grove CrashA mother and her two young kids gone in an instant. The family they left behind is sharing their heartbreaking story, Reg Chapman reports (2:42). WCCO 4 News At 6 - May 11, 2021
State Officials Believe There’s Enough Supply For Timely Vaccinations Of 12 To 15 Year OldsA CDC panel is scheduled to give final approval for the Pfizer vaccine for kids on Wednesday, meaning shots to younger teens can begin within days. But when can you sign your kid up for a shot and where can you get it? Caroline Cummings reports (2:13) WCCO 4 News At 5 - May 11, 2021
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MSHSL Votes No On Sanctioning Boys VolleyballThe Minnesota State High School League just made a big decision regarding the future of boys volleyball in high schools, Christiane Cordero reports (2:13). WCCO 4 News At Noon - May 11, 2021

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Gov. Walz Highlights Minnesota's Vaccination Efforts On Bipartisan RoundtableGov. Tim Walz joined a virtual roundtable with President Joe Biden Tuesday.
Wisconsin GOP-Led Legislature Approves Election Law ChangesThe Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature passed bills Tuesday that would make it more difficult to vote absentee — proposals that were all but certain to be vetoed by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers but that GOP lawmakers said were needed to address issues that arose during last year's presidential election.
For 1st Time, Minnesota House To Vote Thursday On Bill To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaThe Minnesota House is slated to take up a bill Thursday that would legalize recreational marijuana, marking the first time that the issue has advanced to the chamber floor for a vote.
Wisconsin To Vote On Requiring National Anthem Before Sporting Events The national anthem would have to be played before all sporting events held at Wisconsin venues that received any public funding under a bill up for a vote Tuesday in the state Assembly.
Elk River Teacher's Discussion On Police Violence And Unrest Angers Some ParentsSome parents are calling for an Elk River teacher to be fired after a discussion about police violence.
Wisconsin Republicans To Vote On Election Law Changes, As Gov. Evers Readies Veto PenThe Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature was scheduled to vote Tuesday on bills making it more difficult to vote absentee, proposals that are all-but certain to be vetoed by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers but that GOP lawmakers say are needed to address issues that arose during last year's presidential election.

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Trump agrees to meet with Kim Jong Un, South Korea saysIn a stunning announcement Thursday, South Korea's national security adviser Chung Eui-yong said President Trump has agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. He said North Korea is committed to denuclearization. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid reports from the White House.
Border apprehensions remained at a 20-year high in AprilMost of the migrants apprehended along the U.S.-Mexico border in April were single adults, the majority of whom are being expelled to Mexico under a public health order.
14-year-old fake cop made traffic stops, had cache of fake police gearA 14-year-old boy in California is in trouble with the sheriff's department after he was caught pretending to be an officer. Police say when they searched his home they found a cache of fake police gear including a gun belt, ballistic vest and helmet. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports.
Tariffs may lead to higher prices for American consumersConsumers are waiting to see how President Trump's tariffs on aluminum and steel will impact prices of goods like cars. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger sits down with "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor to explain what could be in store.
More U.S. workers may be harmed than helped by Trump tariffsPresident Trump signed proclamations imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum Thursday, saying it will lead to a revival of those two industries. While 140,000 workers could benefit, there are 6.5 million workers in industries that use steel that could be harmed. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid has more.

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Sen. Rubio expects Gov. Rick Scott to sign Florida gun control billFlorida Sen. Marco Rubio joins “CBS This Morning” from Miami to discuss what he believes are North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's motives for meeting with President Trump and the gun reform bill passed this week by the Florida legislature which restricts rifle sales and allow some teachers to carry guns in schools.
Drug cartel violence triggers security alert for Mexican resort townThe State Department has abruptly closed the U.S. consulate in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, and is prohibiting all U.S. government employees from traveling to the resort town. Government sources tell CBS News this is because of a “real crime threat” connected to warring drug cartels. Anna Werner reports.
British military deployed to scene of nerve agent attackAround 180 British military personnel are being sent to the scene of a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in Southern England. Investigators are working to determine the source of the chemical. Military specialists will help remove contaminated items.
Ex-officer charged with assault for allegedly beating jaywalkerA former police officer in North Carolina was arrested and is facing assault charges after body camera video appears to show him beating a man for jaywalking. Footage showing then-officer Chris Hickman allegedly hitting and tasing Johnnie Jermaine Rush was leaked to the Asheville Citizen-Times. Mark Strassmann reports.
Audio reveals moments after gunman opened fire at Stoneman DouglasFlorida Gov. Rick Scott will meet with families of victims in the Parkland school shooting Friday before he decides to sign the new gun legislation into law. New audio from 911 calls and transmissions between police that day reveal what happened in the moments after the gunman opened fire inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Adriana Diaz reports.
Trump formalizes steel and aluminum tariffs, exempts Canada and MexicoChina accused President Trump Friday morning of damaging the global trade system after he officially announced a 25 percent tariff on imported steel and a 10 percent tariff on imported aluminum Thursday. Jericka Duncan reports.