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A Minneapolis man convicted of gunning down a young man at Mall of America in 2022 has received a sentence of 30 years and seven months.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Minnesota is the fifth worst state for tick-borne illnesses. But after the mild winter the state just saw, ticks could get much worse than usual. Murphy spoke with Janet Jarnefeld, who specializes in tick vector services for the Metro Mosquito Control District, Dr. Jennifer Granick, with the University of Minnesota Veterinary School, about how ticks can harm your pets, and M Health Fairview's Dr. Maggie Kappelman about tick bites and tick-borne illnesses. 0:00 Experts predict more ticks after a gentle winter 1:11 Do ticks serve a purpose? 6:38 Potentially fatal tick-borne illness increasing in cats 14:58 Stages of lyme disease READ MORE: https://www.cbsnews.com/minnesota/news/ticks-taking-a-bite-out-of-you-what-you-need-to-know-about-the-diseases-they-carry/?intcid=CNM-00-10abd1h #news #ticks #petlovers Official Site: http://wcco.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSMinnesota Twitter: https://twitter.com/wcco Instagram: https://instagram.com/wcco/

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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Visitors to St. Paul’s Como Zoo can now ride its historic carousel, which first opened at the Minnesota State Fair in 1914.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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The Minnesota Timberwolves take on the Dallas Mavericks in a must-win Game 5 on Thursday night at Target Center. And there's another block party happening outside Gluek's Bar and Restaurant for fans to catch the game.

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Watch WCCO Mornings for the latest Minnesota news and weather.

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The top DFL Party official is calling for the resignation of Minnesota State Sen. Nicole Mitchell just days after the end of the 2024 legislative session.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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Native Americans, Swedish immigrants, and even cattle thieves have all taken shelter in a little spot along the St. Croix River. In this week’s Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen shows us why Knapp’s Cave near Scandia still draws kayakers and hikers.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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Minnesota is a step closer to having a helium mine in the Iron Range. That resource was discovered by accident years ago outside of Babbitt. It could be one of the richest helium reservoirs in the world. WCCO's Jonah Kaplan takes us to the work site to see the latest step toward a potential mine.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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How do hospitals decide who gets a transplant? It turns out, when it came to kidneys, the patient's race played a part — until now. Our David Schuman spoke to a woman with a new kidney who says without this change, she'd still be waiting for one.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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Wednesday night, Minnesota made history as the Minnesota Pro Women's Hockey Team won the league's first-ever championship.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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They're called IKE, which stands for interactive kiosk experience. It works as a touch screen allowing users to search for nearby restaurants, businesses, bathrooms, upcoming events, and more. Once you find what you're looking for the kiosk can also help you plan your route on foot or public transit.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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A year ago, WCCO introduced you to retired Bemidji firefighter Walt Lindahl. Now, we're checking back in with him as he's made some huge strides in his journey for a double lung transplant.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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Many Minnesota families got some money back this tax season thanks to a new child tax credit that aims at slashing child poverty. WCCO's Caroline Cummings reports that many families may continue to feel financial relief thanks to this credit.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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Six kids, some as young as 12-years-old, were caught driving around in a stolen car. WCCO's Reg Chapman talks to a mother who knows all too well what can happen if those teens continue down this dangerous road.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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A truck hit 22-month-old Anastasia while she was crossing the road with her family last week.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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Scout Riley Symicek visits WCCO to discuss the effort of placing and removing 200,000 American flags at Fort Snelling National Cemetery for Memorial Day. (This story aired on May 27) Official Site: http://wcco.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSMinnesota Twitter: https://twitter.com/wcco Instagram: https://instagram.com/wcco/

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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A tragedy on a lake in the south metro has a family and community in mourning. Joe Anderson was a Bethel University student who died while working his summer job. David Schuman shares what his loved ones are saying about the young life they lost. Official Site: http://wcco.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSMinnesota Twitter: https://twitter.com/wcco Instagram: https://instagram.com/wcco/

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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People tended to focus on laundry, dishes, the bathroom and sweeping and mopping, so that they have a clean house to return to after their vacation.

WCCO - CBS Minnesota
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Family roles that we take on as children often stick with us through the years, especially if we are not aware of it, explains "relationship guru" Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal.

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Almost 6,000 babies in the U.S. are born with some level of permanent hearing loss and some children experience hearing loss later in childhood. Hearing loss can affect a child’s ability to develop communication, language, and social skills, explains Lisa Scheidt, an audiologist at Children’s Minnesota.

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