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Romez Coleman Charged With Violating No-Contact Order, Prompting Standoff At Bloomington Hotel
A 37-year-old North Dakota man is charged with violating a no-contact order last week when he held a woman against her will in a Bloomington hotel room, prompting an hourslong standoff with police.
Brooklyn Center Police Investigate Suspicious Death
Brooklyn Center Police discovered a woman dead early Wednesday morning and are now investigating the case as a suspicious death.
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How Minnesota's Power Grid Handles The Heat
We've had the hottest start to June on record. With more AC cranking days on the way, we wondered how our power grid is handling the heat.
Minnesota Weather: Monday Will Be Coolest Day Since Late May
After some precious rain fell on parts of Minnesota Sunday, here comes a big cool down.
Minnesota Weather: Huge Hail Chunks Batter Southeastern Communities; Brush Fire Risk Intensifies Friday
Parts of Minnesota got some much-needed rain Thursday evening -- but it didn't stop there.
Minnesota Farmers Worry As Drought Continues To Dry Out Crops
The lack of a good rain-soaking for more than two weeks is making Minnesota farmers worried. It’s a problem that farmer Dave Marquardt is starting to see happen in certain parts of his own cornfields.
How Is Drought Measured?
You don't have to look far to see or even feel that much of Minnesota is in a drought. Some areas of the state are struggling more than others.
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Travelers Championship Preview: 'Anything Can Happen In The Last Four Holes,' Says CBS Sports' Ian Baker-Finch
A strong field at the Travelers Championship attacks a TPC River Highlands course that offers up its fair share of scoring opportunities.
USWNT Announces Olympic Roster For Tokyo Games
The U.S. will look to avenge it's early exit in the 2016 Games when the first match in Tokyo kicks off on July 21 against rival Sweden.
After 18 Months, Allianz Field To Open Wednesday At Full Capacity
For the first time in 18 months, Allianz Field is expecting to host a full capacity crowd Wednesday night, with 19,000 fans expected to watch the Loons take on Austin FC.
Timberwolves' First-Round Pick, No.7, Goes To Warriors
The Minnesota Timberwolves landed at the No. 7 pick in the NBA draft after the lottery selection Tuesday night, but they won't be making the pick.
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CBS And Flo Rida Team Up For Return Of Hot Summer Originals 'Big Brother' And 'Love Island'
CBS has partnered with multi-platinum rapper, singer and songwriter Flo Rida to feature the world premiere of his as-yet-unreleased latest summer anthem, “Summer’s Not Ready,” in a vibrant promotional campaign for CBS’ hot summer originals, 'Big Brother' and 'Love Island.'
Combate Mixed Martial Arts Coming To Paramount+ And CBS Sports Network
Paramount+ and CBS Sports Network are adding Combate mixed martial arts to their expanding portfolio of sports coverage.
Perry Mattfeld Says 'In The Dark' Season 3, 'The Stakes Can't Get Any Higher'
In The Dark, The CW's successful drama starring Perry Mattfeld, returns this Wednesday night at 9/8c.
Ed Sheeran Joins 'The Late Late Show With James Corden' Starting June 28th
During his residency, Sheeran will perform some of his biggest hits each night, as well as the television debut of his new single ‘Bad Habits.'
Bryan Cranston And Annette Bening Star In Paramount+ Original 'Jerry And Marge Go Large'
'Jerry And Marge Go Large' stars Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening in a story based on true events.
From Barack Obama To Kurt Vonnegut, Book Reveals How World's Most Successful People Achieved Greatness
Ever wonder what makes people like President Barack Obama, Serena Williams and Malcolm Gladwell some of the most successful leaders in their industries? A new book describes the strategies behind their success.
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What Is COVID's Delta Variant?
A new strain known as the Delta variant is now making its way through the country after originating and quickly spreading through India a few months ago.
What Are The Hidden Dangers Of Swimming In Open Water?
Halfway through June and already there’s been a dozen drownings across the Twin Cities, nine in Hennepin County alone.
What Does The 'Right To Peacefully Assemble' Mean?
Protests, large and small, permitted or organic, have recently become ingrained in Minnesota history.
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'It Looked Like A War Zone': 40 Years Ago, Tornado Tore From Lake Harriet To Har Mar Mall
Nearly 40 years ago, the Twin Cities was hit by a tornado of epic proportions.