Latest Minnesota Headlines

Trump Lifts Bathroom, Locker Room Guidelines For Transgender StudentsThe Trump administration has lifted federal guidelines for transgender children at public schools.
Vehicle Hits Teen On Horse In Morrison CountyA teenage horseback rider was hospitalized after a car struck her and her horse Tuesday evening in Morrison County.
Police: Pedestrian Hit & Killed In St. PaulSt. Paul police are investigating a fatal crash Wednesday night that involved a pedestrian.
University Of Minnesota Fraternity Under Temporary SuspensionIt stems from several reported sexual assaults involving chapter members dating back to the spring of 2015 and again in December that same year.
How Does MnDOT Budget For Minnesota Winters?MnDOT says the average budget for snow and ice treatment is around $90 million per year.
Most Dakota Access Pipeline Opponents Leave ND Protest CampMost of the Dakota Access pipeline opponents abandoned their protest camp Wednesday ahead of a government deadline to get off the federal land, and authorities moved to arrest some who defied the order in a final show of dissent.

Latest Sports Headlines

Wolves' Thibodeau Nixes Trade RumorsMinnesota Timberwolves president and coach Tom Thibodeau said the team will continue to talk to teams about possible trades ahead of Thursday's deadline, but he didn't see a deal that makes sense for them "at this point."
Target Center Renovation Hits Halfway MarkMore than $100 million in renovations to Target Center started in phases last summer and should wrap up mostly by October.
Leading The West, Wild Aiming To Avoid Post-Bye SlumpThe remarkably slump-proof Minnesota Wild will have their season-long stability challenged next week.
WWE: Why Naomi Will Reclaim The SmackDown Women’s TitleNaomi, the WWE's recently uncrowned women's SmackDown champion, has faced down adversity before... and will again.
2017 NBA Second Half Preview – Western ConferenceWith the NBA season more than half over, Western Conference teams prepare for the playoffs or the draft.
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.

Latest Videos

6 P.M. Weather ReportWe hope you enjoyed the mild weather because a winter storm is on the way, Chris Shaffer reports (3:16). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Feb. 22, 2017
Life Story: Ron UptonRon Upton He was a staple at the Uptown Bar on Hennepin Avenue before it closed in 2009, Angela Davis reports (2:38). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Feb. 22, 2017
Target Center Renovations Nearly 50 Percent CompleteRenovations at Target Center started in phases last summer and should wrap up by October, Nina Moini reports (1:49). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Feb. 22, 2017
How Does MnDOT Budget For Snow?With our mild stretch of winter weather, MnDOT has been getting a lot of questions about whether the lack of snow will save the state money, Kate Raddatz reports (2:08). WCCO 4 News at 6 - 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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