MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Since he debuted on CBS 22 years ago he’s been king of Late Night. David Letterman’s final show is Wednesday night and through it all Minnesotans helped deliver the jokes and make the music, and they […]
Longtime WCCO sports personality Ralph Jon Fritz is battling a terminal stomach cancer. “This is, without a doubt, the most difficult email I have ever sent,” he said in a note addressed to colleagues and friends earlier this week.
Don Shelby told John Williams of a fundraiser for choral education. Gather at the River with Mark Twain takes place on the historic Minnesota Centennial Showboat on May 2nd. Vocal Essence Ensemble singers travel […]
From live performances from a blues band, to Jason DeRusha trying out butter carving, to finding out what Midway Life is like — the WCCO 4 At The Fair on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013 carries a full slate. Thursday’s also Seniors Day, in addition to the State’s Largest Senior Stretch & Stroll and multicultural performances.
Former WCCO TV anchor Don Shelby has made it official: He’s not running for Congress against third term Republican incumbent Erik Paulsen.
The biggest and most surprising political story of the week is that former WCCO Anchor Don Shelby is considering running for Congress against Republican Rep. Erik Paulsen in Minnesota’s Third Congressional District.
Don Shelby talked with John Williams today to discuss a possible run for Congress.
Former WCCO anchor Don Shelby has been keeping himself occupied since retiring from his position delivering the evening news to Minnesotans back in 2010. But he may soon be embarking on his most ambitious venture yet — Washington, D.C.
With a sharp tug of his chainsaw’s rope, Pat Scrimshaw looks every bit a logger heading to the north woods. But the big white pines he slices up produce looks – not logs.
From driving past Washburn Center for Children on Nicollet Avenue, it’s hard to believe that the center is big enough for 91 therapists to work with 2,700 children and their families.
Some well-known Minnesotans gathered Saturday about why they oppose the state’s marriage amendment.
Former WCCO-TV anchor Don Shelby has been a long time promoter of saving the environment. Now his house is a reflection of his passion.
Don Shelby just finished building his green home.
It’s been hours since my co-worker, Eric Henderson, and I witnessed the incredible ride that is the Minneapolis production of the Rocky Horror Show — and we’re already talking about a second viewing.
“Let’s do the time warp again!” High heels, fishnets and … Don Shelby?
While he says he’s technically “retired,” our lovable former TV news anchor and Twin Cities living legend is adding yet another duty to his ever-growing resume. On Thursday, Shelby will officially take the stage as “The Narrator” in the Minneapolis production of “Rocky Horror Show.”
WCCO has you covered during the State Fair!
What is the best option when it comes to GPS? Some of WCCO-TV’s personalities put three different kinds of GPS to the test with Minnesota’s version of The Amazing Race.
Just in time for Selection Sunday, our old friend Don Shelby stopped by Rosen’s Sports Sunday to talk everything basketball.
A retired Minneapolis TV anchor and a former state senator are being honored for their advocacy of the people’s right to know.
Retirement? What retirement? Shelby’s as active as ever, and we’ve got a link to his first post on MinnPost.
I know there has been a lot of hype about you leaving. I think you would agree that is a bit of an understatement. But I have to tell you it is hard to believe you really won’t be swinging by my desk with your quip of the day, the quick aside, the self deprecating joke at your own expense.
Thirty-two years later, the ride of a lifetime is over. Don Shelby signed off for the final time on Monday, ending his longtime career of anchoring the WCCO 4 News at 10 p.m.
We’ve all been finding our own little ways to say thank you to WCCO-TV anchor Don Shelby, including CBS anchor Katie Couric.
Monday night is Don Shelby’s last night on WCCO news. We need you to be a part of it.