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84-Year-OId Man Found Pinned To Death Under Minivan In Kandiyohi, Sheriff Says
An 84-year-old Kandiyohi man was found dead Tuesday morning, pinned under a minivan.
Fargo Woman Killed In Head-On Crash Near Evansville
A North Dakota woman is dead after a head-on crash Monday afternoon northwest of Alexandria.
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Tired Of Minnesota's Streak Of Hot Weather? Here's Why
Many cities in Minnesota started this summer with the longest and most severe heatwave ever so early in the season, and now with July also bringing more heat, it’s not just the extreme temperatures but also the duration of the heat that is starting to get to us.
Minnesota Weather: Heat Advisory For Southern Minnesota; Late Severe Storms Possible
Before this heat wave breaks, it's going to get steamier in Minnesota and bring more chances for severe storms.
Itchy Eyes? Scratchy Throats? Allergies Likely Not To Blame This Summer
Many Minnesotans who spent the weekend outdoors came out of it with itchy eyes and scratchy throats.
Minnesota Weather: After Wild Night Of Severe Weather, Heat And Humid Return
WCCO Meteorologist Chris Shaffer said law enforcement reported a confirmed tornado about 33 miles north of Bemidji around 5:30 p.m.
'Driest I've Ever Seen It': Officials Urge Caution During Unusually Dangerous Fire Season
The extreme drought up north has led to the most dangerous fire season in decades.
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Cabrera, Haase Power Tigers Past Twins 6-5 In 11th Innings
Miguel Cabrera hit a run-scoring single in the 11th inning after Eric Haase tied the game with a grand slam with one out in the top of the ninth as the Detroit Tigerrs beat the Minnesota Twins 6-5 on Tuesday night.
'We Were Pretty Loud': Sunisa Lee’s Dad Beams With Pride After Olympics Performance
Minnesota gymnasts Sunisa Lee and Grace McCallum stepped up at the Olympics after Simone Biles exited the team final competition.
Rick Dennison Staying With Vikings In Advisory Role; New Offensive Line Coach Named
A Vikings positional coach who was reportedly set to leave the team after refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine will stay on in an advisory capacity.
Baseball Report: MLB's Trade Deadline Looms
This week's Baseball Report looks at the looming trade deadline, the Baltimore Orioles' sweep of the Washington Nationals, and the slipping away of Trevor Bauer's career.
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2021 CrossFit Games Individual Finals To Air On CBS Sunday, August 1
The 2021 NOBULL CrossFit Games begin this week in Madison Wisconsin and CBS Sports will have live coverage of the individual finals on Sunday August 1.
Major League Rugby Championship Featuring Rugby ATL Against L.A. Giltinis On CBS Sunday August 1
The Major League Rugby championship is set for this weekend in Los Angeles and CBS Sports will have live coverage.
'Roswell, New Mexico' Stars Jeanine Mason And Nathan Dean Prepare For Season 3 On The CW: 'This Season Is Wild'
Tune in for 'Roswell, New Mexico' tonight at 8/7c on The CW.
'Love Island' Welcomes Genny Shawcross, Flo Money And 8 Others This Sunday Night On CBS
Catch an all-new 'Love Island' this Sunday on CBS and streaming with the CBS App or Paramount+.
Stephen King To Read An Exclusive Scene From Upcoming Novel ‘Billy Summers’
This worldwide event, with King narrating a never-before-released selection, will offer fans a sneak peek at the book before it’s published on August 3 by Scribner Books (a Simon & Schuster/ViacomCBS company).
Nathan Kress On Paramount+'s 'iCarly': 'We Were Kind Of Ahead Of Our Time'
The hit Nickelodeon series "iCarly" is back in a brand new way on Paramount+. Actor Nathan Kress tells us what it was like to play Freddie Benson again.
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Why Are Federal Tax Refunds Delayed? And What Can You Do About It?
We're two months since the deadline for filing taxes and still millions of Americans are waiting on their money. Even people who filed six months ago.
How Can People Limit Water Use At Home? Do Small Changes Make A Difference?
Many Minnesotans have been asked to limit or stop watering lawns amidst our intense drought. But that's not the only place where conservation can happen.
How Do Water Towers Work?
As cities ask homeowners to conserve water, it's bringing up questions about how we get our water in the first place.
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DNR Planting 100,000 Seedlings To Halt Invasive Grasses In North Shore State Parks
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is working to slow the effects of climate change in forests along the North Shore.