Rodney Jackson Gets 23 Years For Fatally Shooting 18-Year-Old In Gas Station ArgumentA man has been sentenced to over 23 years in prison in the shooting death of 18-year-old Mohamed Abdi at a south Minneapolis gas station in 2018.
Man Killed In Officer-Involved Shooting In LakevillePolice are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Lakeville late Friday morning. 
Judge Acquits Amtrak Officer Who Shot Unarmed Minnesota Man In ChicagoCook County Judge Dennis Porter said LaRoyce Tankson reasonably believed he was acting in self-defense when he shot Chad Robertson in February 2017.
Judge Allows Northern Metal To Accept Scrap Metal In North Minneapolis AgainA spokesperson for the city of Minneapolis said, “The City is exploring its options following this ruling. The City plans to re-inspect the site March 2.”
All U.S. Bank Stadium Paneling Needs To Be Replaced Over Leaking, At A Cost Of $21MAfter just four years, U.S. Bank is already getting a face lift. The exterior of the building will be replaced due to leaking.
Coronavirus Has Reached Its 'Highest Level Of Alert'Eight more countries have reported their first cases of the virus. That includes Mexico, which now has two reported cases.
For Minnesota Farmers, 2020 Election Will Be Referendum On Trump's Trade WarBack in 2016, much of rural Minnesota voted for President Trump.
Minneapolis And St. Paul Firefighters Compete For Food DonationsFirefighters from both sides of the river are having a little friendly competition in the weeks ahead.
Sheriff Seeks Public's Help In Auto Shop Burglary In Central MinnesotaThe Morrison County Sheriff's Office is investigating an auto shop burglary in central Minnesota on Thursday morning.

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WHO Upgrades Global Coronavirus Risk To 'Very High'There are now more than 83,000 confirmed cases in more than 50 countries, Amelia Santaniello and Frank Vascellaro report (1:26). WCCO 4 News At 10 - February 28, 2020
Neighbors Describe Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting In LakevilleLakeville police officers and Dakota County sheriff’s deputies surrounded this yellow home on Italy Avenue just before noon, Marielle Mohs reports (2:07). WCCO 4 News At 10 - February 28, 2020
Minnesota Farmers May Cross The Political Aisle In 2020 ElectionBack in 2016, much of rural Minnesota voted for President Trump. But over the past few years, farm families have dealt with wet weather and a trade war with China, John Lauritsen reports (1:57). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 28, 2020
Twin Cities Firefighters Competing In Food Donation DriveThe Minneapolis and St. Paul Fire Departments say this allows them to the help their communities in a different way, Bill Hudson reports (0:40). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 28, 2020
In-Home Day Care Owner's Husband Faces Charges Of Possessing Child PornographyInvestigators say Joseph King is charged with multiple counts of having child pornography on his computer, Bill Hudson reports (0:34). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 28, 2020
Judge Allows Northern Metal To Again Accept Scrap Metal In North MinneapolisThe state pollution control agency ordered Northern Metal to stop after the city found fire code violations, Jennifer Mayerle reports (2:07). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 28, 2020

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CDC confirms second U.S. coronavirus case of unknown originWith the death toll from the COVID-19 disease nearing 3,000, global health officials say no country can hope to be spared, and all must be ready to combat outbreaks.
WHO raises coronavirus risk level as it spreads to more than 50 countriesThe World Health Organization said the global risk from coronavirus is "very high." The announcement comes as health officials confirm the virus has spread to more than 50 countries. Dr. Jon LaPook joined CBSN with more on the growing outbreaks.
Paris' Gare de Lyon train station evacuated after fire breaks out nearbyFirefighters were battling a blaze outside one of the main railway stations in Paris.
Fire breaks out near Gare De Lyon station, causing evacuationsA huge fire broke out on Friday in the heart of Paris. Clouds of black smoke filled the sky near the historic Gare De Lyon train station. It was evacuated as fire crews battled the flames for several hours.
New cases of coronaviruses spreading faster outside of ChinaNew cases of coronavirus are spreading faster in the rest of the world other than in China. United Airlines suspended some flights to some parts of Asia, and the U.S. State Department is advising Americans to reconsider traveling to Italy. Charlie D’Agata reports.
Court pauses own order that blocked "Remain in Mexico" policyAn appeals court initially blocked the controversial border policy on Friday. But Trump administration lawyers rushed to fight the order and convinced the court later in the day to temporarily pause it.