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Police: Man, 2 Teens Dead After Shooting Near Lake NokomisPolice say three people are dead and one person was hospitalized following a shooting Friday morning in south Minneapolis.
Survey: Many Already Holiday Shopping AlreadyHalloween is still a few weeks away, but many people are already getting a jump start on Christmas.
Have A Question For Gov. Walker? Sign On To FacebookGov. Scott Walker is set to host a live Facebook chat with the public. Walker is set to begin taking questions at 8:15 a.m. Friday. The page already has drawn a number of comments from people disparaging the governor
Woman Charged As Accomplice In Lakeville Girls' DisappearanceA Minnesota woman has been convicted of helping a mother hide her two teenage daughters from their father. A jury in Dakota County deliberated about an hour Thursday before convicting Deirdre Evavold on six counts of depriving the rights of a custodial parent.
Report: 2 Sisters In Seychelles Died Of Water In LungsA pair of sisters found dead in the Seychelles last week were found to have excess water in their lungs and brain, according to international reports.
4 Things To Know: Nurses To Vote, Peres Laid To Rest, WNBA Playoffs & MoreFrom the funeral former Israeli President Shimon Peres to the WNBA playoffs, here is a look at the top four stories from Sept. 30, 2016.

Latest Sports Headlines

Cheryl Reeve Wins WNBA Coach Of The YearThe awards keep rolling in for the Minnesota Lynx, as head coach Cheryl Reeve was voted Coach of the Year.
Ryder Cup Pays Tribute To Arnold PalmerOne of the sport's marquee events started Friday by honoring the late legend.
Ryder Cup Audience Sings 'God Bless America' En MasseSupporters of the U.S. Ryder Cup team made no bones about which country they were supporting at Hazeltine Golf Club Friday morning.
Lynx C Fowles Named Defensive Player Of The YearMinnesota Lynx center Sylvia Fowles has been named Defensive Player of the Year, the first such honor for a Lynx player.
Spieth, Reed, Stenson & Rose Kick Off Ryder CupThe 41st Ryder Cup is off to a rollicking start at Hazeltine. With a rowdy gallery serving as the backdrop, Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed led things off for the Americans against Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose for Europe, which is looking for its fourth straight Ryder Cup victory.
4 Things To Know: Nurses To Vote, Peres Laid To Rest, WNBA Playoffs & MoreFrom the funeral former Israeli President Shimon Peres to the WNBA playoffs, here is a look at the top four stories from Sept. 30, 2016.

Latest Videos

9 A.M. Weather ReportFriday will be a warm, sunny Top 10 Weather Day, and the rest of the weekend looks gorgeous as well, Kylie Bearse reports (2:20). WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 30, 2016
Looking Ahead To The MSP Home And Design ShowJason DeRusha and Kylie Bearse spoke with John Gidding, an HGTV celebrity guest speaker, about the design-centric event this weekend (4:31). WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 30, 2016
What You Need To Know About Seasonal JobsPaul DeBettignies of Minnesota Headhunter spoke with the Mid-Morning crew about what kind of work is typically available during the holiday season (2:48). WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 30, 2016
How Does Match Play Work In The Ryder Cup?Ali Lucia talks about how the international competition works at Hazeltine National Golf Club (2:06). WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 30 ,2016

WCCO Features

Guy On A Bike: 'Bike Lanes Are White Lanes' Book ReviewDr. Melody Hoffman argues that the systems and advocacy that have led to special bike lanes are also leaving certain groups out of the loop.
Wander Minnesota: Autumn FestivitiesFall foliage, apples and pumpkins, Halloween—the weather is changing, and so is the nature of the festivals. There's a lot happening around the state in October.
MNfusion: Theater Latte Da's 'Ragtime' Brings 1900's To Modern DayFor some, history is obsolete. Often, younger generations fail to see how people of the past relate to their lives.
Tap Talk: Northgate Brewing, Tin Whiskers Brew-Off At Moto-IIt's that time of year again. Colors are changing, leaves are falling, temperatures are dropping and two Twin Cities brewers are preparing for the next brew-off.
MNfusion: 'Rummage' Brings Local Beer, Music & Wares To ForefrontMinnesotans love to talk about how much they love Minnesota. And, they love to support local Minnesota businesses. Now, a new event is taking that to the next level by bringing together local beer, bands, food and shops in the home of all things Minnesota – the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
Wander Minnesota: Dining Near the Ryder CupThe Ryder Cup is set to take place at the Hazletine National Golf Clubin Chaska starting this week in Chaska. If you're heading out to watch some or all of it, here are some suggestions for places to eat in the surrounding area that won't involve national chains.

Eat.See.Play

Wander Minnesota: Autumn FestivitiesFall foliage, apples and pumpkins, Halloween—the weather is changing, and so is the nature of the festivals. There's a lot happening around the state in October.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Pork Loin RecipesI love pork loins, they’re perfect to build a dinner party around and they make the house smell great. Here they are, Dara's Top 5 Pork Loin Recipes!
Best Pottery Shops In MinnesotaLooking for the perfect piece of pottery?
Best Fall Festivals In MinnesotaHere are five festivals for family fun.

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