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Car Crashes Into House In White Bear LakeAccording to the Ramsey County Sheriff's office, it happened at around 3 p.m. at the intersection of Otter Lake and Bradlewood Roads.
With No Powerlines, What Powers Downtown Mpls.?WCCO goes into the bowels of downtown Minneapolis to reveal, for the first time, the elaborate underground power network that keeps downtown humming.
How Eden Prairie Keeps Their Deer Population In CheckDeer hunting season is far from over for some cities across the metro. In Eden Prairie, controlled hunts are taking place now through March.
MPD Officer Who Shot Car Full Of Passengers Under InvestigationA Minneapolis police officer is off the streets and under investigation for shooting at a car filled with people.
Get Your Shovels Ready: We're In For A Snowy WeekendWhile less than a half-foot of snow is forecast in the Twin Cities, southern Minnesota could wake up to eight inches of snow by Sunday morning.
USPS Adds Sunday Package Delivery For Areas Affected By BlizzardIn response to this week's blizzard across North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota, the U.S. Postal Service plans to open post offices and deliver packages on Sunday across much of the affected region.

Latest Sports Headlines

Construction Companies Will Pay Nearly $150K In Worker's Death At U.S. Bank StadiumTwo construction companies have agreed to pay a combined $147,500 in fines over safety violations in the death of one worker and injuries to another during construction of the Minnesota Vikings' new stadium last year.
Jeff Hardy Opens Up About TNA Wrestling, Concussion Fears, New AlbumJeff Hardy, TNA wrestler and musician, is a modern-day renaissance man, even among the eccentric characters in pro wrestling.
Smith Out Vs. Jaguars; Harris Likely To Start, Zimmer SaysMinnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith will not play against Jacksonville on Sunday because of a severely sprained ankle.
2 Of NFL's Best Young DBs Will Face Off In Vikings-JaguarsXavier Rhodes and Jalen Ramsey have emerged as two of the best young cornerbacks in the NFL, lock-down defenders in a league that puts a premium on slowing down high-powered passing games.
Keidel: Buccaneers Winning... For NowThe Buccaneers may be the NFL's most overlooked playoff contender, and not without reason. Can they change perceptions?
WATCH: Towns Drops Brutal Dunk On Raptors' ValanciunasThe Minnesota Timberwolves were once again doomed by a lackluster second half Thursday, but the team can take solace in the fact that Karl-Anthony Towns continues to be one of the best young players in the game.

Latest Videos

6 P.M. Weather ReportChris Shaffer has the latest on the coming blizzard (3:32). WCCO 4 News At 6 – December 9, 2016
With No Powerlines, What Powers Downtown Mpls.?Bill Hudson goes into the bowels of downtown Minneapolis to reveal the elaborate underground power network that keeps downtown humming (2:20). WCCO 4 News At 6 – December 9, 2016
How Eden Prairie Keeps Their Deer Population In CheckFor 20 years, Eden Prairie has worked with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to reduce the deer population, reports John Lauritsen (2:02). WCCO 4 News At 6 – December 9, 2016
MPD Officer Who Shot Car Full Of Passengers InvestigatedA Minneapolis police officer is off the streets and under investigation for shooting at a car filled with people, reports Bill Hudson (2:48). WCCO 4 News At 6 – December 9, 2016

WCCO Features

Local Music Tap: 4 Shows To See This Week(end)Rock, jazz and holiday concerts: this weeks 4 Shows To See has it all. Check them out below!
Isabelle Huppert Braves The Existential Unknown In 'Things To Come'"Things to Come" is just half the reason 2016 is the year of Isabelle Huppert. The 63-year-old French actress, who can capture, in a look, both the archetype of intelligence and the specter of despair, is the driving force in two excellent but worlds-apart films coming out this winter.
Bite Of Minnesota: Now Open – Young JoniThe restaurant scene is always evolving. When one restaurant closes (we'll miss you, Saffron), another opens. And lately, the Twin Cities is seeing a lot of openings.
Tommies Blog: Turnovers Plague St. Thomas In Loss To OshkoshThe No. 3-ranked St. Thomas football team had its season end in a 34-31 loss to UW-Oshkosh on Saturday in the NCAA quarterfinals.
MNfusion: 4 Reasons To Vote For Miss Richfield 1981 For President Of MinnesotaTrees are being decorated, presents are being wrapped and family members are returning home – including Miss Richfield 1981.
Wander Minnesota: Holiday Happenings in December (Week 2)The holiday jollity continues for this weekend.

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Vote: Where Is Minnesota's Best Hockey Rink?Wintertime means sledding, skiing and skating. And, in the State of Hockey, if there's one thing Minnesotan's know – its good ice!
Bite Of Minnesota: Now Open – Young JoniThe restaurant scene is always evolving. When one restaurant closes (we'll miss you, Saffron), another opens. And lately, the Twin Cities is seeing a lot of openings.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Pomegranate RecipesThey're pretty little red jewels and delicious. But what do you do with them? Dara has your back. Here are the top 5 Pomegranate Recipes!
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsSome of these events you can see up until the end of the month, but some are only here for just one day.

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