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WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of May 1, 2021

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Jennifer Mayerle has the latest headlines (3:02). WCCO 4 News - May 1, 2021

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JENNIFER MAYERLE: Here are your news headlines from WCCO 4 News. I'm Jennifer Mayerle. Police are investigating the shooting of an 11-year-old boy in North Minneapolis. They say several rounds were fired into a car with a child inside at 35th and Morgan Avenue North. He's in the hospital now after surgery last night. And at last check, he was in very critical condition. Police are trying to find out who's behind the shooting and why.

If you're still looking to get a covid-19 vaccine, you could head to the state fairgrounds. The site is part of a vaccination effort by the Minnesota Health department. Through May 4th, anyone 16 or older can just walk in or make an appointment for a free shot. If you'd like to schedule a time, we have information at www.wcco.com/links.

Today, the NFL draft wraps up with the Final Four rounds. Day 2 seem to show the Vikings are starting to think about the future at the quarterback position. The team drafted Kellen Mond from Texas A&M University with their first of four picks in the third round. He finished his career as the school's all time career leader in passing yards, touchdowns, and total offense. ESPN says Mond has excellent arm strength, but his accuracy needs work.

After Mond, the Vikings added a linebacker from North Carolina, Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis. Another position of need and a defensive end from Pittsburgh. The team still has six more picks today. Good news 24/7 at CBSN Minnesota, just go to www.wcco.com.

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Today, the NFL draft wraps up with the Final Four rounds. Day 2 seem to show the Vikings are starting to think about the future at the quarterback position. The team drafted Kellen Mond from Texas A&M University with their first of four picks in the third round. He finished his career as the school's all-time career leader in passing yards, touchdowns, and total offense. ESPN says Mond has excellent arm strength, but his accuracy needs work.

After Mond, the Vikings added linebacker from North Carolina, Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis, another position of need. And a defensive and from Pittsburgh. The team still has six more picks today. Good news 24/7 at CBSN Minnesota, just go to www.wcco.com.