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Good Question: What Is The Twin Cities' Snowiest Month?Many Minnesotans grew up thinking March was our snowiest month. That might have been the case 30 years ago, but snowfalls timing has changed.
Aetna Temporarily Covers Expensive Drugs For Girl With Rare CancerThere was a small victory Thursday for the family of a seven-year-old girl from Victoria who is fighting a rare form of cancer.
Coming Snowstorm Puts Girls Basketball Tourney At RiskThis weekend's girls' youth basketball tournament, billed as one of the largest in the state, will draw 260 teams from the three-state region. Unfortunately, the teams may be met by up to 18 inches of snow.
Minnesota House Passes Real ID BillAfter years of debate, Real ID legislation has taken a significant step toward being signed into law.
St. Paul PD: Man Who Hit Pedestrian May Have Been ImpairedFamily and friends are mourning the loss of a jogger who was hit Wednesday evening while using a St. Paul crosswalk.
State Senator Who Lost Sister To Gun Violence Proposes New LegislationA Minnesota State Senator who lost his sister to gun violence is proposing changes to gun laws.

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NBA Trade Deadline Passes; Rubio Stays With WolvesThe NBA trade deadline has come and gone. And despite all the rumors, the Minnesota Timberwolves did not make any moves.
Adrian Peterson's Status Still Not DecidedRick Spielman declined to directly answer a question whether the almost-32-year-old would still fit in the offense.
CBS Sports' Jim Spanarkel On #13 Florida-#11 Kentucky SEC RematchCBS Sports college basketball analyst Jim Spanarkel breaks down Florida-Kentucky, which may determine the SEC tournament's top seed.
Minnesotan Takes Silver In Cross-Country Ski World CupJessica Diggins of Afton, Minnesota finished 2nd in the cross country ski World Cup sprint event.
U.S. Bank Stadium Preps For 1st Baseball GameThe Minnesota Vikings' new stadium is preparing for its first baseball game.
Former MN Supreme Court Chief Tapped As Interim MSFA ChairMichele Kelm-Helgen's resignation came after controversy arose over the use of luxury suites at the facility.

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10 P.M. Weather ReportThe snow looks likely to skirt the Twin Cities, but southeastern Minnesota is already getting high winds and heavy snowfall, reports Chris Shaffer (3:26). WCCO 4 News At 10 – February 23, 2017
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Kids Ski Event Turns Into Fun RunMother Nature has thrown a curve ball to Wisconsin's Birkebeiner Festival, Liz Collin and Mark Rosen report (3:36). WCCO 4 News At 10 – February 23, 2017
Good Question: What's The Twin Cities' Snowiest Month?Over the years, we've heard stories of great, big blizzards in March. Or was that January? Maybe February? Heather Brown looks at the stats (2:16). WCCO 4 News At 10 – February 23, 2017
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Hayward's Norwegian HistoryMark Rosen and Liz Collin are in Wisconsin in the lead-up to the Birkebeiner Festival (2:47). WCCO 4 News At 10 – February 23, 2017

WCCO Features

Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Basketball Top Seed For MIAC PlayoffsAfter starting 1-2 in MIAC play, St. Thomas finished 15-5 and is the No. 1 seed for the playoffs. The Tommies host St. John's Thursday night.
Tap Talk: Craftapped Celebrates Community, Culture Around BeerEnter Crafttapped: a new rewards program founded in Minneapolis, whose founders said it's for, "if you like beer and you like being around people, or even if you hate people but like craft beer."
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.

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Tap Talk: Craftapped Celebrates Community, Culture Around BeerEnter Crafttapped: a new rewards program founded in Minneapolis, whose founders said it's for, "if you like beer and you like being around people, or even if you hate people but like craft beer."
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.

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