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Rare Rat Virus Infects 2 People In WisconsinHealth officials are investigating how a rare rat virus called the Seoul virus infected eight people in Wisconsin and Illinois.
Raffles: The Future Of Campaign Fundraising In Minnesota?One Minnesota lawmaker thinks that raffles to raise campaign money are the perfect way to spice up dull political parties.
Officers, Protester Injured In North Dakota Pipeline ClashSix police officers suffered minor injuries and one protester was taken to a hospital after a clash between law enforcement and opponents of the Dakota Access pipeline in southern North Dakota.
Watchdog Group Gets Cross Pulled From Belle Plaine Veterans MemorialA cross came down Tuesday from a Belle Plaine veterans memorial following the objections of a national watchdog group focused on the separation of church and state.
Minneapolis Mayoral Race: A Conversation With Rep. Raymond DehnDehn is serving his third term in the Minnesota legislature representing district 59B, which covers downtown Minneapolis, the North Loop and parts of the Northside.
North Dakota Deputy Killed In Shootout Had Just Begun JobA sheriff's deputy and a man suspected of stealing a minivan were killed in a shootout in northern North Dakota in which several officers opened fire, Rolette County Sheriff Gerald Medrud said Thursday.

Latest Sports Headlines

Cretin-Derham Hall Basketball Star Oturu Commits To GophersDaniel Oturu, a Cretin-Derham Hall star and the top Minnesota player in the 2018 class, verbally committed to the Gophers on Thursday.
The True Story Of How AJ Styles Signed With WWEWWE finally recognized that AJ Styles, widely viewed as a phenomenal wrestling talent, was worth more than a developmental deal.
Target Teams Up With Minnesota United Ahead Of MLS DebutTarget has teamed up with Minnesota United for their inaugural Major League Soccer season.
CBS Sports' Nantz, Simms, Cowher, Gonzalez Analyze NFL ChampionshipsCBS Sports' NFL analysts Phil Simms, Bill Cowher, Tony Gonzalez, and lead play-by-play caller Jim Nantz look at Championship Weekend.
Welterweight Title Fight Between Keith Thurman And Danny Garcia To Air In Primetime On CBSIt had been 40 years since boxing aired on CBS in primetime, but thanks to the overwhelming success of Thurman-Porter in 2016, the wait for the network's next primetime fight has been reduced substantially.
Adrian Peterson Claims Interest In 3 Other NFL TeamsAdrian Peterson is currently under contract with the Minnesota Vikings, but it's looking more and more likely his days in purple are coming to an end.

Latest Videos

St. Paul High School Students Up For National AwardsThese students at the High School for the Recording Arts are nominated for two NAACP Image Awards, alongside some big names in the industry (1:07).
Pet Guest Of The Week: JinglesIf you’d like to bring Jingles home, contact the Golden Valley Animal Humane Society at 763- 522-4325 (1:18). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Jan. 19, 2017
WCCO A.M. On At Noon: Lawsuit Against AppleChad Hartman also discusses why plain popcorn is overrated (1:52). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Jan. 19, 2017
Noon Weather ReportKylie Bearse reports on the big January warm up (4:04). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Jan. 19, 2017

WCCO Features

Tap Talk: Hendricks' Bank Brewing CompanyWhile competition may be tight in Northeast or St. Paul, what some fail to see is the potential that lies in areas outside the metro – areas like Hendricks, a town of 700 that sits on the South Dakota border. Lucky for beer fans, Jason Markkula did see that potential.
Guy On A Bike: Fat Biking In A BlizzardChristopher Tassava of Northfield is a determined cyclist and a passionate advocate for the sport. Not only does the dedicated father commute to his job at Carleton College, but he eagerly takes on new cycling challenges reserved for only the most elite endurance cyclists.
Tap Talk: Roundhouse Brewery Embraces Brainerd's PastMore than a century ago, the Northern Pacific Railway literally built the city of Brainerd. Now, a recently opened brewery is doing its part to honor the city’s past – and serve some great brews at the same time.
Mike's Mix: 'That Carrot Drink' From Can Can WonderlandMike heads to a very unique space in St. Paul that combines art, mini-golf, music, food, drinks and more art! There, he finds the mystery behind a drink appropriately called That Carrot Drink.
Wander Minnesota: Twin Cities Women's Choir Celebrates 20 YearsMinnesota is home to a rich music and arts scene. In early February, one of those stellar arts groups celebrates its 20th anniversary: the Twin Cities Women’s Choir.
Bite Of Minnesota: Instant Pot Corn RisottoThe Instant Pot is electric, sits on the counter and has several programmable settings to cook all in one pot. So far, I've made a few batches of steel cut oats, cooked chickpeas, curried broccoli soup, kalua pork and a super amazing corn risotto.

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Tap Talk: Hendricks' Bank Brewing CompanyWhile competition may be tight in Northeast or St. Paul, what some fail to see is the potential that lies in areas outside the metro – areas like Hendricks, a town of 700 that sits on the South Dakota border. Lucky for beer fans, Jason Markkula did see that potential.
The Two-Day Hike: What To Bring And Why To Bring ItVenturing into the great outdoors? Be prepared, stay safe and have fun with this complete itinerary!
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Make-And-Freeze Celebrity ChiliesHere you go, the perfect make-ahead meal for your Big Game parties, make-and-freeze chili! These are Dara's Top 5.
Minnesota-Made Yacht Is Crown Jewel Of Mpls. Boat ShowThe 45th Minneapolis Boat Show gets underway Thursday afternoon at the Convention Center, with close to 40,000 people expected to visit.

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