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.
Check out WCCO’s Jamie Yuccas and Matt Brickman try BMX biking at X-Zone. Watch the video above!
The winner of Thursday’s Celebrity Butter Carving Contest at the Minnesota State Fair? WCCO’s very own, Rachel Slavik of course. She effortlessly churned out a replica TV and WCCO 4 logo for the title.
UM Political Science professor Kathryn Pearson reviewed Tuesday’s primary results
Click here for links to the current trips that are sponsored by either WCCO-TV or WCCO-Radio.
2008 Silver medal winning gymnast Chelsie Memmel is visiting the Twin Cities on Wednesday.
Investment advice from Money watch editor at large Jill Schlesinger.
Minnesota native Ryan Dungey, a rising star in the world of motocross racing, dropped in for a visit to WCCO-TV Thursday morning.
In case you missed it, WCCO’s Amelia Santaniello was a guest co-host on Wednesday on “The Talk.” She joined Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler at the table as a guest co-host on the daytime talk show.
Torrential rains in the past 48 hours flooded streets and closed off neighborhoods in the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior Wednesday
The world’s largest filmmaking competition is in Minneapolis this weekend. The 48 Hour Film Project will be hitting nearly 120 cities around the world, challenging locals and filmmakers to make a film from inception to completion in 48 hours.
Saturday morning we’ll pay tribute to a man at Canterbury Park. I’ll be in a group of friends, acquaintances, radio listeners, hanger-ons and some of his former “nuts at night” that Dark Star entertained with complete confidence and irreverence for 25 years on WCCO and 66 years through a remarkable life.