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CBSN Minnesota Morning Update: Favorite Halloween CostumesJason DeRusha asks our morning audience for their all-time favorite Halloween costume from years gone by.
Newspaper Headlines From Oct. 25, 2021Jason DeRusha reads this morning's newspaper headlines.
New Class Of MN State Troopers Start On-The-Job TrainingThirty-four people are joining the ranks of the Minnesota State Patrol. Lt. Gordon Shank talks about this year’s graduating class.
5:30 A.M. Weather ReportSlightly above average temperatures Monday. Meteorologist Riley O’Connor has the timing on potential precipitation later this week -- and the Halloween forecast.
FDA To Discuss Pfizer’s COVID Vaccine For 5-11 Years OldAn FDA advisory committee is meeting Tuesday to discuss approving the Pfizer’s vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11. Pafoua Yang has the latest on when kids could get the shot.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Oct. 25, 2021Jason DeRusha has the latest digital headlines Monday morning.
10 P.M. Weather ReportSunshine, milder temperatures and widespread rain are all in the mix this week.
Early Bird Gets The Thanksgiving Turkey This YearWith Thanksgiving a month away, it’s never too early to make your turkey-buying plans -- especially this year.
Talking Points: Rep. Ilhan Omar Talks ‘Build Back Better’ PlanPresident Joe Biden's big domestic agenda includes proposals for child care programs, universal pre-kindergarten, and an extension of the child tax credit. But it's still not clear if Democrats have the votes to pass it
'Pomish Manor' Scaring Up Food Donations With Reverse HalloweenWhile trick-or-treaters fill up their bags with candy in one week, a Twin Cities woman is hoping to fill up food shelves with her love of Halloween.
Small Plane Crashes Next To Wisconsin Home, Killing 2Authorities say two people died when a single-engine plane crashed into a home in northeastern Wisconsin.
Hmong College Prep Academy CEO Steps DownIn the midst of a financial scandal, the superintendent of St. Paul’s Hmong College Prep Academy has announced she's stepping down.
Doctors Urge Caution for Indoor And Holiday Gatherings Amid PandemicCold temperatures are forcing people indoors, and doctors say both vaccinated and non-vaccinated people should remain alert when it comes to COVID-19 and other winter viruses.
Northeast Minneapolis Fire Displaces 3 FamiliesA fire forced three Minneapolis families out of their homes Sunday.
HVAC Tech Shares Tips For Getting Furnaces Winter-ReadyWith a chilly week ahead, many homeowners may be thinking of turning on their furnaces for the first time this season.
Sunday Evening Weather ReportTemperatures this week will be about average for this time of year, plus mid-week rain is in the forecast.
WCCO Evening Digital Update: October 24, 2021Jeff Wagner has your latest headlines
The Rolling Stones Play At U.S. BankThe Rolling Stones are set to play at U.S. Bank Stadium Sunday evening, there will be a vaccine tent set up for concert goers outside.
Chairman David Hann Discusses The Future Of The MN Republican PartyWCCO's Esme Murphy discusses the future of the Minnesota Republican Party and moving past their recent scandals with the new Minnesota GOP Chairman David Hann.
10:30 A.M. Weather ReportRain rolls in Wednesday and Thursday While temperatures heat up slightly reaching 57 degrees on Tuesday.
MN Rep. Ilhan Omar Discusses The Build Back Better PlanMinnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar discusses the process of trying to pass the Build Back Better Bill and how she views the future of the child tax credit.
10 P.M. Weather ReportA cloudy Sunday ahead and rain rolls in on Wednesday and Thursday.
10 P.M. Weather ReportA cloudy Sunday ahead and rain rolls in on Wednesday and Thursday.
Family Mourns 'Loving' St. Paul Man After Fatal Hit-And-RunA family is mourning a St. Paul man who was hit and killed while enjoying a morning walk Friday.

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