After Bitter Blast, Minnesotans Enjoying Warm-UpMany people were out on Wednesday taking advantage of the warmer weather.
Walz To Spend Millions On Health Care Amid Worker ShortageGov. Tim Walz is spending millions to supply more health care workers as hospitals face staffing challenges.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Jan. 12, 2022❇️ Minnesota's younger kids can cash in for getting the COVID-19 vaccine. ❇️ Feedback: Are your Christmas lights still up?
Industries Across Minnesota Dealing With Staff ShortagesMultiple industries are experiencing staffing shortages amid the Omicron surge in Minnesota.
State To Announce Plan To Help Short-Staffed Nursing HomesGov. Tim Walz plans to announce more details about giving immediate emergency funding to improve staffing shortages in the places that need it most.
Hamse Warfa Tapped To Advise U.S. State DepartmentPresident Joe Biden has called one of Minnesota's top public servants to the nation's capital.
Remembering Civil Rights Legend Clyde BellecourtClyde Bellecourt, co-founder of the American Indian Movement, has passed away at age 85. Erin Hassanzadeh looks at how his passion and work extended well beyond his home state of Minnesota.
Treatment Helps Shield COVID From Some Cancer Patients, Organ RecipientsWe're getting a look at a preventative treatment for the highest-risk Minnesotans in the fight against COVID-19.
Bringing Testing To North MinneapolisA local group took matters into their own hands to bring more testing to north Minneapolis.
Standing Up To HateThe victim of an alleged hate crime in the Twin Cities wants to start a conversation about hate against Asian-Americans.
Minnesotans Told To Expect More Disruptions As Omicron SpreadsThe state's positivity rate is nearing 20% as COVID cases soar, affecting schools, hospitals and restaurants.
Music Community Mourns Loss Of Ray EvangelistaEvangelista, 67, died after a two-week battle with COVID-19.
Blood Supply Critically Low NationwideThe Red Cross says the nation’s blood supply is at a crisis level.
Experts: 3 Ex-MPD Officers Charged In Floyd’s Death To TestifyThree former MPD officers - Tou Thao, J Alexander Kueng, and Thomas Lane - were in court on Tuesday.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Jan. 11, 2022❇️ Osseo and Prior lake-Savage area switching to distance learning this week due to COVID cases. ❇️ Feedback: What goes into your decision to get a car wash or not during winter?
COVID Also Causing Bus Driver Shortage For Minnesota SchoolsMore large districts in the metro are switching to distance learning.
COVID, Staffing Shortages Causing More Minn. Schools To Go OnlineMore Minnesota schools are making changes this morning, due to surging cases and staffing shortages.
1 Shot Dead In St. Paul's Hamline-Midway NeighborhoodPolice are asking the public's help in catching the person who shot and killed a man last night.
St. Paul Family Tracks Down Stolen Van With Missing Dog InsideA dog owner is relieved, and her award-winning pet is safe, thanks to the detective work, and kindness of a St. Paul family.
Hennepin Co. Attorney Mike Freeman Launches HEALS 2.0 PartnershipMayors, police chiefs, attorneys and other Twin Cities leaders are joining forces to try stop the surge in crime.
Woodbury Police Recover 4 Stolen Cars Over The WeekendPolice in the east metro recovered four stolen cars over the weekend, with teenagers as suspects in the cases.
Despite The Recent Cold, It’s Still Important To Check Lake IceThis cold weather is good for some things, like making ice for fishing. But as WCCO found out, this year – it’s complicated.
Mayor Jacob Frey, New City Council Members Sworn InMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and the new city council were sworn in Monday morning at the city’s convention center – and they’re promising a comeback for the city following crime and health crises.
Jasper The Dog Found 'Very Cold And Hungry' After Being Stolen In VanAn Illinois woman says her missing show dog has been found two days after he was stolen along with her van outside a South St. Paul hotel.

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