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WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of Oct. 19, 2021Frank Vascellaro shares the latest headlines and updates.
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October Is Domestic Violence Awareness Month"United in Healing" intends to raise awareness and raise funds to help organizations to create communities free from violence, explain Amirthini Keefe, executive director of the Domestic Abuse Project and Dave Murphy, an event sponsor.
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Study: Younger Children Getting Hooked On Social MediaA new survey from the University of Michigan found that half of children ages 10 to 12 -- and a third of children ages 7 to 9 -- are using social media apps.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Oct. 19, 2021Two weeks before a key election for the Minneapolis police department, we're learning more about the internal problems they're facing.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Oct. 19, 2021❇️ The Minneapolis Police Department says it's lost nearly 300 officers in a year-and-a-half. ❇️ With Kanye West changing his name to just “Ye,” we’re asking: would you change your name?
6 A.M. Weather ReportTuesday will be warm and mostly sunny, but cooler weather and rain are on the way.
Morning Headlines From Oct. 19, 2021Jason DeRusha is talking about an investigation into a Twin Cities charter school.
Gov. Tim Walz Announces Re-Election CampaignMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz just announced he will run for re-election.
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Minneapolis Police Seek $27M To Combat Loss Of OfficersThe Minneapolis Police Department is struggling to keep officers on the street to protect the state's largest city.
MPD Asks For $27M Budget Increase Amid Staffing ChallengesThe Minneapolis Police Department says it's lost nearly 300 officers in a year-and-a-half.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Oct. 19, 2021Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportWe're in for one more warm day before a midweek cooldown.
10 P.M. Weather ReportOur extended summer will roll on Tuesday -- but rain and below-average temps arrive Wednesday.
Good Question: How Are Wild Turkeys Able To Thrive In The Twin Cities?Thanksgiving is more than a month away, but turkeys aren’t wasting any time visiting homes across the Twin Cities.

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