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CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Nov. 30, 2021Jury selection begins today in trial of fmr. Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter. This is only the 2nd trial to be livestreamed in MN. How much will you be watching?
Rosemount Preps For Presidential VisitThe next stop on President Joe Biden's infrastructure tour is right here in our backyard.
What To Expect On First Day Of Jury Selection In Kim Potter TrialCriminal defense attorney Joe Tamburino, who is not affiliated with the case, breaks down what the first day of proceedings could look like.
Jury Selection In Kim Potter Trial Starts TuesdayPotter is the former Brooklyn Center police officer who shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright back in April during a traffic stop.
6 A.M. Weather ReportIt'll be cooler Tuesday, with clouds increasing as the day stretches on.
Morning Headlines: Nov. 30, 2021Jason DeRusha is talking about the fallout of a rent control vote in St. Paul.
President Biden To Visit Rosemount Tuesday To Discuss Infrastructure PackageBiden will make a stop at Dakota County Technical College, where set up for his visit was well underway yesterday.
Kim Potter Trial: Jury Selection Starts TuesdayJury selection begins today in yet another high profile police trial.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Nov. 30, 2021Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportIt'll be a few degrees cooler today, and rain and snow are possible tonight.
10 P.M. Weather ReportThere's a potential for a wintry mix late Tuesday, as our mild stretch of high temps continue.
Good Question: What’s The Significance Of Hanukkah?Jewish families across Minnesota are celebrating the second night of Hanukkah -- the eight-night Festival of Lights that’s filled with history and folklore.
How Parents Can Help Kids Set Healthy Video Game Habits EarlyA recent survey found most kids played video games even more during the pandemic. But a local addiction group is warning gamers not to get carried away.
Gay 90's Disputes Woman’s Claim She Was Dragged Out By GroupA viral video claims a woman was nearly kidnapped inside a Minneapolis bar -- but the bar says that's not true.
MN Ranks 2nd In US For Boosters As Experts Race To Understand Omicron’s ImpactThe CDC says COVID-19 is spreading faster in Minnesota than anywhere else in the country. But Minnesota is ranked 2nd in the country for booster shots, and last week Gov. Walz said the state ranked 6th for vaccinating children. So what's going on?
Girl Hurt In St. Paul Hit-And-RunA 4-year-old girl is in the hospital after a driver hit her then took off Monday evening.
Infant Safe After Vehicle Stolen In MinneapolisA 1-year-old child is safe tonight after someone stole a car with the baby inside Monday evening in south Minneapolis.
Brooklyn Center Holds Special Meeting Ahead Of Kim Potter TrialLawyers and a judge will soon begin selecting the jury that will decide the fate of Kim Potter.
Some Getting Creative To Protect DeliveriesWith a rash of porch thefts being reported during the holidays, some are getting creative to make sure they receive their packages.
Omar-Boebert Feud ContinuesThe Minnesota congresswoman took a phone call expecting an apology after controversial comments made over the weekend.
Federal Teams Arrive To Assist Overwhelmed HospitalsOne team arrived in St Cloud to work inside and also boost morale among a burned-out staff.
Minnesota Mother Of 4 Dies Of COVID-19Jeremy Voss spent the holiday weekend planning his wife Monica's funeral. Neither of them were vaccinated.
5 P.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says that temperatures are feeling more like late October than nearly December.
Supply Chain Issues Could Lead To Holiday WoesSome measures are being implemented to both bring down costs and keep shelves stocked for the holidays.