4 Things To Do Today From Saturday, July 30, 2016Here are four not-to-be-missed events that Natalie Nyhus and Mike Augustyniak covered on WCCO 4 News Saturday Morning!
WCCO Saturday Morning: Links & Recap (July 30, 2016)
Mike's Mix: The University Club's Piña ColadaThis week, Mike stopped by The University Bird to learn about one of the most popular and frequently name-checked cocktails of all time.
Vikings Focus On Competition, Attitude As Camp Kicks OffWe went into training camp with all eyes on the offensive line. It was the biggest area of emphasis for the Vikings this offseason.
'I Can Do Anything': Teen Who Beat Cancer Celebrates With DoctorAfter a five year battle, a teenager from Shakopee marked a year of good health with her doctor. But this time, they were out of the hospital room.
Good Questions: Yawning, Decaf Coffee & CarbonationEvery Friday, Heather Brown takes a look at some of the Good Questions viewers have sent in throughout the week.
Mpls., St. Paul Traffic Stops Down Since Philando Castile's DeathSince Philando Castile was shot and killed by a St. Anthony police officer, statistics show the state's largest police departments are making fewer traffic stops.
Goin' To The Lake: Glenwood (Day 2)The WCCO summer roadtrip around Minnesota and western Wisconsin made a stop this week in a town that's celebrating its 150th year.
Bus Offers Hydration Therapy Via IVDrinking water was not the only way golfers stayed hydrated Thursday at the Riverwood National Golf Course in Otsego.
Bridgewater Knows He Needs To Be More AssertiveThe Minnesota Vikings checked into Mankato on Thursday, and one player deep in the spotlight is quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.
Officers In Rogers Deliver Baby In Living RoomTwo Rogers police officers helped deliver a baby boy to a couple in their living room early Friday morning. According to a report by Sergeant Steve Sarazin, just before 2 a.m. Sarazin and Officer Neumann received a call of a woman in labor at a home in the 22300 block of Red Oak Drive.
Police: Wis. Girl, 14, Beats, Slits Throat Of Brother's GirlfriendPolice say a 14-year-old Wisconsin girl was trying to make what she called her "first kill" when she attacked her brother's girlfriend.

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