WCCO-TV anchor Frank Vascellaro has won the News Anchor Emmy at the 2011 Upper Midwest Emmy Awards in Minneapolis.
Two And A Half Men is kicking off a new chapter. And Ellen wants to read that book if you know what I mean!
One of the new things at the fair is the “Great Sing Along.” It’s like a giant karaoke system.
MORNING NEWSCAST: “WCCO 4 News This Morning” WCCO-TV Michael Caputa, News Director Matt Kummer, Executive Producer EVENING NEWSCAST: “WCCO 10pm News” WCCO-TV Michael Caputa, News Director WEEKEND NEWSCAST: “The Day the Dome Went Down” WCCO-TV […]
WCCO-TV continues to show impressive growth in the morning, evening and late newscasts for the third consecutive major ratings period.
Caroline Lowe has been at WCCO-TV for 35 years, but she recently announced she’s leaving Minnesota for a new TV job in California. It’s a perfect chance for her to restage her comeback with a total makeover.
Long-time WCCO-TV reporter, Caroline Lowe, has accepted a job at KSBY-TV in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Lowe has been on the crime beat for WCCO-TV since 1977. This year marked her 35th year with the station.
Thirty-four years ago today, I began working as the newsroom librarian at WCCO-TV.
Mike Caputa has been named News Director of WCCO-TV, it was announced today by Brien Kennedy, WCCO-TV Vice President and General Manager.
WCCO-TV anchors Don Shelby and Amelia Santaniello sat down to reminisce about all the time they’ve spent together on the anchor desk. Starting at WCCO 1996, Amelia has been the longest co-anchor with Don.
An 83-year-old great-grandma is using knitting to spreading her love to babies all over Minnesota.
Q: What is the address for WCCO-TV? A: WCCO-TV 90 S. 11th Street Minneapolis, MN 55403 Q: How can I contact WCCO-TV? A: Main Number: 612.339.4444 General Info: 1.800.444.9226 Fax: 612.330.2767 Mail: See address above […]
Kate Herzog is a native of Ghana who didn’t learn to read until she was 11. Now she’s paying it forward, and running a worldwide business out of this tiny office at the University of St. Thomas.
Gerri McWherter’s essay on her friend and co-worker Barb Boger was moving. In it, McWherter cited numerous reasons why Boger should receive $500 from WCCO-TV and American Equity Mortgage for “Making a Difference.”