10 PM Weather ReportThe Wednesday morning commute may be a slushy one in the Twin Cities.
Taylors Falls Man Figures Out How To Grow Peaches In MinnesotaThere’s a man in Taylors Falls who’s been experimenting with growing something we don’t normally produce in Minnesota. Our Erin Hassanzadeh got the juicy details at his hobby farm.
Good Question: Are We Better At Managing The Flu Now?Flu numbers are down again this season after record lows last year. WCCO’s Jeff Wagner learned the low numbers go beyond getting the flu shot.
Securing Your Privacy Against Cyber AttacksThere are concerns Russia could launch cyberattacks in the United States, and President Joe Biden is urging Americans to protect themselves. But how exactly do you do that? WCCO’s David Schuman shares some simple steps to make sure your privacy is secure.
mpls. Schools: Best And Final Offer Given To Educators UnionMinneapolis educators have been on strike for 15 days, with nearly 30,000 students have now missed 11 days of school and will have to make up at least a week in June.
Family Reliving Loss Of Loved One After Convicted DWI Driver Involved In New CrashA suspected drinking-and-driving crash over the weekend has a family re-living the loss of a loved one.
6 PM Weather ReportRain will turn into snow overnight in the Twin Cities, leading to a possibly slushy morning commute.
Wisconsin Woman Delivers Baby On I-94Precious cargo travels on Interstate 94 every day, but a Wisconsin couple delivered something special last weekend!
St. Paul Teen Sentenced In New Year’s Eve MOA ShootingA teenager accused of opening fire inside the Mall of America is going to prison.
Minneapolis Educators Strike Enters 3rd WeekStudents and parents in Minneapolis should expect at least an extra week of school this summer.
Teens Arrested After Fleeing Stolen Car FireA group of teenagers is in hot water for a police chase that came to a fiery end.
MPCA Widens Monitoring On ‘Forever Chemicals’The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has come up with a new plan to monitor PFAs in nearly 400 facilities, including industrial plants, landfills and regional airports.
5 PM Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on when Tuesday’s rain will turn to snow in the Twin Cities.
Support Group Helps Mothers Who Lost Custody Of Their KidsBellis is a nonprofit were mothers who’ve lost custody of their children can find support, and it’s based right here in Minneapolis.
Vote On Minneapolis Police Contract Could Be DelayedThis comes as some say any delay could hurt the city’s ability to recruit more officers.
Minnesota Lawmakers Aim To Curb Social Media’s Reach To Young PeopleLawmakers on both sides are backing legislation that hopes to protect children from the harms associated with social media.
WCCO Digital Update: March 22, 2022Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the rain and snow falling Tuesday on Minnesota.
Minnesota Lawmakers Aim To Protect Kids From Social MediaBoth Republicans and Democrats are rallying behind legislation to protect children from the harms of social media.
Investigation Underway Following Jail DisturbanceFollowing the disturbance at the Mankato jail, the inmates told authorities that they feel they’re not being heard and outlined a list of improvements they’d like to see.
Remembrance Ceremony Held For Barway CollinsBarway Collins, 10, disappeared after stepping off his school bus seven years ago. Community members and relatives held a remembrance ceremony at Collins’ gravesite in Crystal late this afternoon.
What To Do If Staying Home This Spring BreakJasmine Stringer shares ideas to have fun and keep the kiddos entertained during their time off.
Cookies By Design Celebrates 25 YearsAlong with cookie bouquets and cookie baskets you can order for that special someone, they also have cookie decorating kits that can be a fun activity for the family, owner Ellie Donnelly explains.
Time To Spring Clean Your FinancesNow is the perfect time to create a budget, prioritize your spending and rebalance your portfolio, financial expert Bruce Helmer explains.