A Look At Minnesota's Concerning COVID NumbersCOVID case numbers are rising at an alarming rate in Minnesota.
Minnesota Woman's Products Aim To Remove The Stigma Around MenopauseSally Mueller had an "a-ha" moment during her own experience with menopause. The brand strategy expert, who worked for Target, realized there just weren't modern solutions for dealing with menopause.
Soldier 6: Even Heroes Need BackupAfter realizing the high cost of service dogs, a Twin Cities woman started a service of her own: Soldier 6, which places rescue dogs with officers, firefighters and veterans who've been through trauma.
While COVID Breakthrough Deaths Are Increasing, Doctors Still Urge Minnesotans To Get VaccinatedAs one top doctor put it: "If you're playing the odds, being vaccinated is markedly better."
Meet Oliver, Forest Lake High School's Therapy DogAt Forest Lake High School, you’ll also find a set of paws. They belong to a 3-year-old golden doodle named Oliver.
Looming Vaccine Mandate Forcing Minnesota Nursing Homes To Make Tough DecisionsWCCO traveled to Montevideo where one care facility is bracing for a third of its workforce to potentially walk away.
20 Reported Carjackings In Minneapolis Over The WeekendAnother attempted carjacking Monday morning in south Minneapolis is under investigation.
A Minnesota Man Struggles To Leave AfghanistanHis family is stuck in Kabul more than three months after the Taliban took over.
Hospital Beds Lessens As COVID-19 Cases Surge In MNNearly every ICU bed in the state is currently in use.
Highland Park High School Students Walk Out To Take Stand Against Sexual AssaultClass abruptly ended this morning at a St. Paul high school as hundreds walked out in protest.
'CBSN Minnesota Morning Update': Back On The Bandwagon?Jason DeRusha asks viewers if they're back on the Vikings bandwagon as they hold onto their playoff hopes.
Democrats, Republicans Split Over Government SpendingDemocrats argue the measures would save middle and low income families cash. Republicans disagree.
Kids Begin Receiving COVID-19 VaccineMore kids are heading back to school today with a dose of protection against COVID-19.
An Inside Look At The New Dayton's ProjectToday, for the first time in four years, people will be going to their office inside the old Dayton's building in downtown Minneapolis.
Morning Headlines: Nov. 15, 2021Jason DeRusha is talking about how supply chain issues are affecting school lunches.
Biden To Sign $1T Infrastructure BillAs President Biden prepares to sign a bill targeting the nation's transportation systems...congress struggles over whether or not to pass his social spending package.
Children Urged To Get COVID-19 Vaccine As Cases SurgeAs COVID cases continue to surge across Minnesota, health officials are encouraging the newest eligible age group to get vaccinated, especially before holiday gatherings in a few weeks.
Retail Set To Return To Newly Refurbished Dayton'sUntold millions spent to gut and bring the building back to life. This is a pivotal week for the Dayton's Project.
Will Government Spending Help Inflation Issues?President Joe Biden will be signing his trillion-dollar infrastructure plan, $6 million is going toward Minnesota.
Crow Wing County Biking DestinationCuyana Lakes Mountain Bike Trails is a biking destination for cyclists around the world.
Minnesota-Raised Rem Pitlick Scored 1st Career Goal For WildRem Pitlick’s first three NHL goals came on a hat trick from Saturday game.
Keeping Your Children Healthy This Holiday SeasonChildren’s Minnesota hosted a mass vaccination clinic for children ages 5-11
Restaurants And Breweries Offering Outdoor Experiences AgainMore people will be spending time inside as we enter the winter months, but with the COVID-19 positivity rate at 9.5%, the highest it's been this year, some people may be hesitant to socialize indoors again.
Minnesotans Advised To Take Caution On Snowy RoadsWith winter finally in Minnesota, the Department of Transportation says, use caution.

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