This morning we’re hearing that a “shock wave,” created by a meteor, caused damage and injuries in Russia last night. So far a few people have asked me: “uhhhhhhhh… what is a shock wave?” No, seriously, they did ask… and just like that.
For the last week or so, the Twin Cities has seen a series of small-dose snowfalls. This weekend might bring a change to that pattern.
A mix of ice and freezing rain with spots of snow in some parts of Minnesota is making for a potentially dangerous driving situation.
WCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak was chomping at the bit (and probably at his upper lip) to shave off the mustache he’s been sporting all month.
WCCO employees, friends and family all suited up and had their chance to shine during the Holidazzle Parade on Nicollet Mall Thursday night.
Check out WCCO’s Jamie Yuccas and Matt Brickman try BMX biking at X-Zone. Watch the video above!
It’s been fun to watch, but the summer Olympic games wrap up this weekend. One of the sports that caught our attention early on was skeet shooting.
You know when you have a tight muscle in your neck or maybe a sore back? There’s evidence that muscle is tightening up because it’s protecting another muscle.
We’ve all been through it before: you see the lightning bolt, and, seconds later, you hear the boom.
Friday reached a high of 93 degrees, breaking the record that was originally set 101 years ago in 1911.
The WCCO Morning Team is looking for their very own mini-me’s. If you think your child looks like young Angela Davis, Mike Binkley, Mike Augustyniak or Natalie Kane, they would like to see a picture!
Storms packing high winds and windshield-shattering hail have rumbled across central Minnesota, but no serious damage or injuries are reported.
March is the month that comes in like a lion but goes out like a lamb. The lion doesn’t seem to want to wait that extra Leap Day this year.
We’ve been basking in this winter’s warm sunshine, all the while forgetting about the rigors of shoveling snow, but something deep down in some of us said it was too good to be true.
Minnesota has managed to dodge a white, fluffy bullet for most of the winter thus far. But the state’s dry fortune looks to change over the next five days.