Mendota Heights Bridge Closed Due To Police ActivityThe Mendota Bridge is closed Monday morning due to police activity on the bridge.
Death Investigation Underway In OwatonnaA death investigation is underway Monday morning in Owatonna.
Deals Remain Elusive As Minnesota Lawmakers Head Toward Special Session
COVID-19 In Minnesota: Long-Term Care Facilities, Adult Day Programs, Some Libraries Set To ReopenStarting Monday, several Hennepin County libraries will begin offering "grab and go" services in-person. Day programs will also resume for adults with disabilities, and long-term care facilities will be allowed to have some visitors again.
Talking Points: Sen. Jeff Hayden Wants 'Transformational' Police Reform Bill In Next Special SessionEverything is on the table in the next special session, including the divisive issue of police reform, tax bill, bonding bill and more.
DOC Commissioner Credits Mother Of Hardel Sherrell For New Investigation Into His 2018 Death In Beltrami Co. JailMinnesota Department of Corrections Commissioner Paul Schnell says his office is taking a closer look at the 2018 death of a Beltrami County Jail inmate.
'You Can't Just Charge Straight Ahead': Health Experts Say Virus Spread Must Guide School ReopeningsAs the Trump administration pushes full steam ahead to force schools to resume in-person education, public health experts warn that a one-size-fits-all reopening could drive infection and death rates even higher.
'It Needs To Stop': National Mother's March Calls For The End Of Police ViolencePeople from around the country rallied in St. Paul Sunday to call for an end to police violence.
Police: 1 Killed, 1 Hurt After N. Mpls. ShootingPolice say a woman has died after a shooting in north Minneapolis Saturday evening.

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How Does The National Weather Service Determine Tornado Strength?The NWS determined last week's tornado in Otter Tail County was an EF-4 (4:10). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 13, 2020
Where Do Those Restaurant Service Fees Go?If you've been out to eat lately, you may have seen a 15% to 20% charge added to your bill in the form of a service fee (4:19). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 13, 2020
Mid-Morning Headlines From July 13, 2020The coronavirus is exploding through Florida, with a single-day record of 15,000 new cases in just one day (4:11). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 13, 2020
‘The 7:34’: What Do You Think Washington’s NFL Team Nickname Should Be?Good morning, it’s time for ‘The 7:34’: Several outlets report that Washington’s current NFL team nickname, the Redskins, will be retired today. What do you think the new nickname should be? Jason DeRusha reports (10:32). WCCO 4 News - July 13, 2020
SAQ Camp Serves Body And MindNorman Seawright III talks to Johnny Allen Jr. about his summer camp that serves kids and families who might not otherwise afford more expensive camps -- while providing some of the same training to get their bodies and techniques right for fall sports (2:43). WCCO 4 News At 10 – July 11, 2020
Minnesota Wild To Hold Leadership SeminarThe Minnesota Wild will host its annual leadership seminar Monday. Norman Seawright III talks to two panelists about how social justice will figure in going forward (2:52). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 12, 2020

Health

COVID-19 In Minnesota: Long-Term Care Facilities, Adult Day Programs, Some Libraries Set To ReopenStarting Monday, several Hennepin County libraries will begin offering "grab and go" services in-person. Day programs will also resume for adults with disabilities, and long-term care facilities will be allowed to have some visitors again.
'You Can't Just Charge Straight Ahead': Health Experts Say Virus Spread Must Guide School ReopeningsAs the Trump administration pushes full steam ahead to force schools to resume in-person education, public health experts warn that a one-size-fits-all reopening could drive infection and death rates even higher.
'I Had To Learn To Walk Again': COVID-19 Survivor Recovering After 4 MonthsRick Huggins was in his 50s, healthy and had no underlying health conditions, but none of that mattered when he got sick and ended up at Bethesda Hospital in St. Paul.
Federal Government Denies Gov. Walz's Request For Funds To Rebuild After UnrestThe federal government has denied a request from Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz for federal funds to rebuild and repair fire damage from the unrest that followed George Floyd’s death.
Wisconsin Breaks COVID-19 Case Record For 3rd Straight DayThe state Department of Health Services reported 926 new confirmed cases in Wisconsin, a day after there were 845 new positives.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MDH Reports 806 Additional COVID-19 Cases, 4 More DeathsMinnesota Department of Health announced Saturday an additional 806 COVID-19 cases and 4 more deaths.

Consumer

'You Can't Just Charge Straight Ahead': Health Experts Say Virus Spread Must Guide School ReopeningsAs the Trump administration pushes full steam ahead to force schools to resume in-person education, public health experts warn that a one-size-fits-all reopening could drive infection and death rates even higher.
What Might A Second Stimulus Payment Look Like For You?A second stimulus payment grows more likely by the day, with coronavirus surging and the fate of the economy hanging in the balance.
Cub Foods To Open 2 Pop-Up Tent Locations To Fight Food Deserts After George Floyd UnrestTwo Minneapolis grocery stores damaged in the riots following George Floyd's death in late May will reopen to help communities struggling with access to fresh groceries.
PPP Bill Author Rep. Angie Craig: More Money Will Get To Small BusinessesAnother round of $130 billion of loan money is available to help small businesses during the pandemic.
Companies Tied To Minnesota Lawmakers Jeremy Miller, Ryan Winkler Benefited From PPP LoansA more than century-old scrap metal business owned by the Minnesota Senate president was among hundreds of thousands of businesses nationwide to get a boost from the Treasury Department's Payroll Protection Program.
For July 4th Holiday, Tourism Leaders Encourage Minnesotans To Travel Within StateAAA predicts that Americans will take around 700 million trips this summer starting with the July 4th holiday. That is way down from previous years, but the majority of those are expected to be road trips.

CBS World News

UAE set to launch ambitious Mars missionNation aims to join an exclusive club with its first interplanetary launch. China and the U.S. also have Mars missions set to launch this month.
Nelson Mandela's youngest daughter Zindzi dies in South Africa at 59Like her parents, Zindzi Mandela was involved in the fight against apartheid. The cause of her death was not immediately revealed.
Seth Doane discusses "60 in 6" report about unprecedented coronavirus testing in small Italian town"60 in 6" correspondent Seth Doane joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his latest Quibi report: a small town in Northern Italy that successfully stopped a coronavirus outbreak and then became a "living laboratory."
German police hunt forest for well-armed man who disarmed officersHundreds of officers are focusing on the Black Forest region in the manhunt for a camouflage-clad assailant with history of firearms offenses.
Countries abroad allow kids back to class and have mixed resultsSome countries in Europe and Asia have allowed kids back to the classroom with new restrictions and safety measures, but as Holly Williams reports, looking for lessons abroad is tricky. Israel saw a spike in cases after allowing kids back to school, but Taiwan, enforcing strict new measures, has managed to keep cases low, and with summer break in session, it's too soon to tell what infection rates will look like when autumn sessions return.
China bans U.S. senators in dispute over religious persecutionAmbassador for Religious Freedom Sam Brownback also barred over criticism of ruling Communist Party's treatment of minorities.