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Teen arrested in Wisconsin after 2 people were shot dead with compound bowsA 17-year-old boy was arrested after shooting two people with a compound bow in Janesville, police said. Katie Johnston reports.

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Noon weather reportKatie Steiner says that while Monday will be cool, there will be a warm-up in the middle of the week (3:11). WCCO 4 news at noon – December 14, 2020

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After the merger, TCF Bank will be renamed HuntingtonThe branches of the TCF Bank and the TCF Bank Stadium will be renamed next year (0:23). WCCO 4 news at noon – December 14, 2020

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First doses of COVID vaccine arrive in MinnesotaWrapped in cool boxes, the first doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine arrived at Minneapolis, VA hospital on Monday morning (0:44). WCCO 4 news at noon – December 14, 2020

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$ 216 million deal for COVID-19 relief reachedChristiane Cordero reports what will be included in the bill and how the funds will be divided (2:33). WCCO 4 news at noon – December 14, 2020

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Weather report in the morningKatie Steiner has the latest weather report. WCCO morning – December 14, 2020

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Teen driver killed after truck rolls on I-90 in southeast MinnesotaA 16-year-old boy died Sunday evening after an accident on Interstate 90 in southeast Minnesota. Katie Johnston reports.

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CBSN Minnesota’s Morning Update: December 14, 2020Good morning, it’s time for your morning update. Today we’re talking about 150 Minnesota companies that are banding together to reopen, whether or not Governor Tim Walz allows it this week. So we want to know: would you go to a bar, restaurant or gym that has reopened even though the governor may say they need to be closed longer?

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#MyMorning: Dec. 14, 2020We want to see your Christmas cookie creations (1:03). WCCO this morning – December 14, 2020

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The underground of footballJason DeRusha spoke with Maya Washington, a Minnesota filmmaker, about her film “Through the Red Cedar Shores,” which will debut on the Big Ten Network (5:15) this month. WCCO this morning – December 14, 2020

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Morning headlines: December 14, 2020Jason DeRusha reads about Minnesota schools resisting pressure to get children back into the classroom and the state’s first underground deer tunnel (3:47). WCCO this morning – December 14, 2020

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The gym owner is pushing for a “surgical approach” to COVID-19 restrictionsLuke Carlson, the CEO of Discover Strength, spoke to Jason DeRusha about the need for gyms and health clubs and how they can work safely during the pandemic (3:38). WCCO this morning – December 14, 2020

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5 a.m. weather reportKatie Steiner says temperatures will be below average on Monday and the highs in the twin cities will have a hard time rising above 20 degrees (2:58). WCCO this morning – December 14, 2020

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WCCO Digital Update: Tomorrow December 14, 2020Here are the latest headlines from Minnesota (1:43). WCCO 4 News – December 14, 2020

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Topics of conversation: will Americans choose the COVID vaccine?Esme Murphy is investigating concerns about people getting the COVID-19 vaccine when they have a chance (1:37). WCCO 4 News From December 10th to 3rd, 2020

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Ski hills are happy about Sunday snowWCCO photojournalist Nick Lunemann visited Hyland Hills in Bloomington on Sunday to see some of the snow action (1:49). WCCO 4 News From December 10th to 3rd, 2020

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10 p.m. weather reportGet ready for the coldest air since last February, reports Chris Shaffer (3:43). WCCO 4 News From December 10th to 3rd, 2020

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2 killed, 35 injured Sunday on snow-covered Minn. StreetsLight snow caused dangerous driving conditions on Sunday evening, reports Erin Hassanzadeh (0:39). WCCO 4 News From December 10th to 3rd, 2020

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Christmas tree see a lot of record businessIt is clear that this year, more than ever, people want to embrace the holiday spirit, reports Marielle Mohs (2:12). WCCO 4 News From December 10th to 3rd, 2020

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150 min. Business owners want to defy Walz’s ordersGovernor Tim Walz is expected to announce his decision on Wednesday to expire his COVID-19 restrictions, but dozens of Minnesota business owners say they are opening their doors whether he allows it or not, reports Erin Hassanzadeh (2:21) . WCCO 4 News From December 10th to 3rd, 2020

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WCCO Evening Digital Update: December 13, 2020Erin Hassanzadeh has her latest headlines (1:13). WCCO 4 News – December 13, 2020

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Weather report on Sunday eveningThis week will start with freezing temperatures, reports Chris Shaffer (2:40). WCCO 4 News From December 10th to 3rd, 2020

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Weather report on Sunday morningKatie Steiner reports on snowstorms in Minnesota (3:16). WCCO Sunday morning – December 13, 2020

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The cross-party urge for a federal aid packageEsme Murphy spoke with Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minnesota and Rep. Dusty Johnson, R-South Dakota about their efforts to compromise on a COVID-19 relief package (5:56). WZO this morning – December 13, 2020

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