As it’s just entering its second day, you might say the 2013 State Fair is still a newborn. Appropriately enough, the WCCO Morning Show sent Edward Moody to hang out with some newborn animal babies at the Miracle of Birth Center.
The gates opened at 6 a.m. at the 2013 Minnesota State Fair, and WCCO This Morning was right there to jump into the festivities feet first! Here are some highlights from Day 1 at the State Fair.
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.
If you didn’t notice the older man poking his head out of a cubicle — and even waving to cameras — in the background of the Anthony Weiner press conference on Tuesday, the internet did.
In case it wasn’t already abundantly clear, this is Beyonce’s world — and we’re just living in it.
Anyone who was still on the fence about that statement left the Xcel Energy Center Thursday night completely convinced.
The Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday that they are teaming up with the nonprofit group, “Free The Children,” to support We Day.
The severe weather season is almost here, and this year WCCO will be able to bring you a more detailed forecast than ever before.
When you’re working or playing, you forget about the cold. Snow is relative, so is the temperature.
It’s a place that’s been serving up the freshest fish for more than 20 years — Origami in Minneapolis’ North Loop.
In the aftermath of Thursday’s Minneapolis South High brawl involving more than 200 students, everyone from the police, to students, to school administrators agree it could have been so much worse.
A Russian Meteor tries to dethrone the new champ on THE SMACK DOWN!
Wednesday marks the annual run to the top of the Empire State Building, a race that’s been held each year since 1978. Since that race is invitation-only, we decided to have a race of our own right here in the WCCO studios.
Mike Max joined Dave Lee for a Friday morning sports report.
WCCO-TV, CBS Radio and CBS Outdoor are banning together with the local Red Cross to raise money to support the victims of the storm.
WCCO’s new studio set is the result of a lot of hard work by a lot of people that started on Aug. 24 and took three weeks to assemble.