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Coming Snowstorm Could Be One Of The Biggest In Twin Cities HistoryEnjoy the April temperatures Wednesday while you can. February is going to come roaring back Friday with a snowstorm that’s expected to dump anywhere from 6 inches to a foot of snow on the Twin Cities metro.
Maplewood City Council Votes To Close Stargate NightclubCity leaders in Maplewood unanimously voted to close Stargate Nightclub at an emergency meeting Wednesday. According to the council, the club could reopen if a number of changes are met.
Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis Inducted In Songwriters Hall Of FameIn the early '80s, Jam & Lewis were members of The Time, and later worked extensively with Janet Jackson.
Red Wing To Soon Know Fate In Nat'l Small Business CompetitionRed Wing, Minnesota is just hours away from finding out if it won half a million dollars in a national small business competition
MSP Airport Debuts 'CLEAR' Tech Identification Option For TravelersA new device debuted Wednesday at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport with hopes of making a trip through security much easier.
Rep. Emmer To Host First Town Hall Since Trump Took OfficeU.S Rep. Tom Emmer is heading to his Minnesota district for his first town hall meeting with constituents since President Donald Trump took office.

Latest Sports Headlines

Toews Leads Blackhawks Over Wild 5-3Jonathan Toews had three goals and two assists and the Chicago Blackhawks beat rival Minnesota 5-3 on Tuesday night for their second win over the Western Conference-leading Wild in less than two weeks.
Due To Weather, This Year’s Birkie Just Might Be A Big PartyIt's looking more and more like the largest cross country ski race in North America is going to turn into a big party.
Pitino Taking Gophers From Disaster To Dancing?Richard Pitino has taken the Gophers from 8-23 last season to on the verge of locking up an NCAA Tournament bid.
Twins 2017 Single-Game Tickets Go On Sale SaturdayThe Twins announced Tuesday that single-game tickets for the 2017 season will go on sale at 9 a.m. Saturday.
4 Minnesota Athletes Most Important To Their TeamsMany of Minnesota's teams are at a crossroads and if we didn't know already, we'll find out who the athletes most important to their teams are.
Joe Mauer On 14th Season With Twins: 'It's Pretty Special'For a local kid that grew up a Minnesota Twins fan, Joe Mauer has had quite a career with his home team.

Latest Videos

Food Guest: National Margarita Day!We're celebrating National Margarita day with Emily Schmuck, manager of Shenanigan's Pub. (4:09) WCCO Mid-Morning – Feb. 22, 2017
Kitchen Pantry Scientist: Experiments With ElectricityKitchen Pantry Scientist Liz Heinecke is here this Mid-Morning with fun experiments you can do with your kids. (3:59) WCCO Mid-Morning – Feb. 22, 2017
Ask A Pediatrician: Over The Counter Medication AdviceIt's the time of year when kids come down with colds and other illnesses. That often means a trip to the over the counter medicine aisle for parents. So, today we're finding out when you should use these meds and how to make sure you're giving the right dose. (3:05) WCCO Mid-Morning – Feb. 22, 2017
Viewers Weigh In On 10th Biggest PowerballThe Powerball drawing is worth an estimated $403 million. Viewers weigh in. WCCO Mid-Morning – Feb. 22, 2017

WCCO Features

Tap Talk: Lift Bridge Raises Money For Military By Building Largest 'Beer-Amid'Be a part of history while helping Minnesota's military families! Stillwater's Lift Bridge Brewing Company is attempting to build Minnesota's largest "beer-amid" this weekend.
MNfusion: Tullibee Chef Crowned Prince Of Pigs At Cochon555Where's the beef? Well, it made way for the pork. On Sunday afternoon in downtown Minneapolis, Twin Cities foodies celebrated the pig in all of its glory at Cochon555.
MNfusion: Jungle Theater's 'Anna In The Tropics' Explores When Life Imitates Art"Anna in the Tropics," written by Nilo Cruz, tells the story of a cigar factory in Tampa run by a Cuban-American family. While all other factories are becoming modernized this particular one is still run by traditions, including the use of a lector.
Guy On A Bike: African-American Cycling PioneersEver since the bicycle craze of the late 19th century, African-Americans have contributed to the great cycling culture of this nation.
MNfusion: 'Mamma Mia,' Here We Go Again For One Last TimeThe pop musical "Mamma Mia," based off of the hits of '70s Swedish pop group ABBA, is traveling the United States for one last time. And the farewell tour is making a stop in Minneapolis.
Mike's Mix: Far North Spirits & 'Orchard & Oak'This week, Mike Augustyniak heads to Far North Spirits in Hallock to learn the distilling process and how to make a delicious cocktail.

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Tap Talk: Lift Bridge Raises Money For Military By Building Largest 'Beer-Amid'Be a part of history while helping Minnesota's military families! Stillwater's Lift Bridge Brewing Company is attempting to build Minnesota's largest "beer-amid" this weekend.
Angie's BOOMCHICKAPOP Introduces 5 New FlavorsPopcorn lovers, rejoice! Beloved Minnesota company Angie's BOOMCHICKAPOP is releasing five new flavors!
MNfusion: Tullibee Chef Crowned Prince Of Pigs At Cochon555Where's the beef? Well, it made way for the pork. On Sunday afternoon in downtown Minneapolis, Twin Cities foodies celebrated the pig in all of its glory at Cochon555.
MNfusion: Jungle Theater's 'Anna In The Tropics' Explores When Life Imitates Art"Anna in the Tropics," written by Nilo Cruz, tells the story of a cigar factory in Tampa run by a Cuban-American family. While all other factories are becoming modernized this particular one is still run by traditions, including the use of a lector.

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