Minneapolis Restaurants Challenge Vaccine Mandate, Citing Lost BusinessSome restaurants are fighting back against the new vaccine and testing requirement in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
None Hurt In Fire At Minneapolis Nonprofit House Of CharityA fire broke out at a Minneapolis nonprofit overnight.
Inside The Legal Battle Over Mpls. Restaurant COVID MandatesPushing back against new rules. What a judge has to say about restaurants wanting to remove COVID mandates.
Potholes Popping Up In Metro Right On ScheduleTemperature swings are taking a toll on our roads and our cars. As Jeff Wagner found out, it's helping unearth an annual problem for drivers.
Teenage Fugitive Back In Custody After Judge Lets Him Out Of JailA teenage fugitive is back in custody more than three weeks after a judge let him out of jail for a funeral.
Public Safety Is Top Priority For State LawmakersSenate Republicans say a surge in violent crime is a call to action.
First Responders Testify In The Trial Of 3 Former Minneapolis Police OfficersWednesday was the third day of testimony in the federal trial of three former Minneapolis police officers who are accused of violating George Floyd's civil rights.
Minnesota Family Asks For Help Finding Quilt Honoring 25 Years Of Military ServiceThe White Bear Lake family believes they might have accidentally donated it to Goodwill following a relative's funeral.
More Testimony In The Trial Of 3 Former Minneapolis Police OfficersMost of the witnesses who testified Wednesday already testified in the state trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of murdering George Floyd.
Vaccine Mandates Go Into Effect For Large Venues In The Twin CitiesThose heading to the Xcel Energy Center or Williams Arena will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative test.
Large Venues In The Twin Ctiies Under Vaccine MandateStarting Wednesday, all those entering large venues and sports stadiums will have to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test.
CBS News Minnesota Morning Update: Jan. 26, 2022❇️ Ticketed events in the Twin Cities now require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test. ❇️ We're asking: In a Minnesota January, do you hibernate or embrace the cold?
Could Cold Weather Skew COVID Test Results?Free COVID tests people ordered through the government are starting to arrive.
A Preview Of Minnesota's 2022 Legislative SessionIt's back to business for Minnesota lawmakers next week.
Will Cold Weather Affect COVID Test Kits?Right now, free rapid COVID tests from the federal government are en route to homes.
How Will Minnesota Spend $7B Surplus?Minnesota lawmakers get back to work next week, and today, we'll learn more about how they want to spend the state's $7 billion surplus.
Missing Badge Of Hastings Officer Killed In 1894 FoundDavid Schuman shares the story of the country’s first police officer killed in the line of duty, and the discovery of his nearly 130-year-old badge.
The Weather Extremes Of Como Park Zoo & ConservatoryWhether it's to escape the cold, or embrace it, the same goes for animals at the Como Zoo and Conservatory in St. Paul.
WATCH: Robbinsdale Council Member Flees Police In DWI ChaseA city council member is in jail after police say he drove drunk and took off when police tried to stop him.
Who Murdered Mike Stewart And Alejando Rios?The wife of a man murdered in St. Paul hopes you can help police solve the case.
Man Survives COVID After Being On Life Support For MonthsThe man's inspiring story is giving a Twin Cities nurse hope as she continues work despite the difficulties of the pandemic.
Another Dog Missing In Stolen CarPolice in the Twin Cities say that thieves are taking advantage of the frigid temperatures.
Gov. Walz Pushes Education SpendingThe governor wants education spending to be a key part of spending the state’s budget surplus.
St. Cloud Rejects Mask MandateThe city council voted down the measure 4 to 2 on Monday.