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Woman Killed In Suspected Drunk Driving Crash In N. Mpls.A woman is dead after a car crash in north Minneapolis where police suspect alcohol was involved.
Rep. Betty McCollum Holds Town Hall In St. PaulCongresswoman Betty McCollum held a public meeting today to talk about the Affordable Care Act, Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Liz & Rosie In Hayward (Day 2)
Hennepin County Drug Court Graduate: 'Feels Good To Feel Good'The 25 graduates of the two-year program come from all walks of life. But they each shared the same demon -- a drug or alcohol addiction that at one point landed them in court.
Weather Forecasting 101: How Do Meteorologists Do It?Southern Minnesota looks like a winter wonderland, while downtown Minneapolis is dry as a bone.
After Major Snowstorm, Southern Minn. Residents Digging OutPeople living in southeastern Minnesota are digging out a major snowstorm, but there wasn't even a dusting in the metro.

Latest Sports Headlines

Olympian, NHL Vet Among Warroad's Supporters At State TournamentThe Minnesota State High School League Girls' Hockey Tournament is taking place this weekend at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
Keidel: Why Not A Mayweather-McGregor Fight?A Mayweather-McGregor boxing match may offend purists' sensibilities. But it's entertainment, so let's just enjoy it.
Audubon Society: U.S. Bank Stadium Is Deadliest Building In Metro For BirdsThe Audubon Society of Minneapolis says U.S. Bank Stadium kills more birds than any other building in the metro.
U.S. Bank Stadium Panel At Full Strength After Resignations The oversight body for the Minnesota Vikings' stadium is back at full strength after controversy surrounding its use of luxury suites sparked a leadership exodus.
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.

Latest Videos

6 P.M. Weather ReportThe snow if finally starting to move out of southern Minneosta, reports Chris Shaffer (3:21). WCCO 4 News At 6 – February 24, 2017
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Birkebeiner ExpoThe Birkie may have been cancelled due to lack of snow, but there's still plenty to do and see at the expo (3:26). WCCO 4 News At 6 – February 24, 2017
Hennepin County Drug Court Graduates: 'Feels Good To Feel Good'What they completed was an education in life by graduating from drug court, Bill Hudson reports (2:06). WCCO 4 News At 6 – February 24, 2017
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Hayward Trail HeadsThere may not be snow for the Birkie, but folks are finding plenty of ways to have fun in Hayward (1:56). WCCO 4 News At 6 – February 24, 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.

Eat.See.Play

Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Healing SoupsA lot of people are sick right now. How can we eat good food when we're sick? If we make good healing soups like these, Dara's top 5!
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!

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