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Flower Trends For PromProm season is here! Jennifer Bevan shares some of the biggest trends in flowers for the big day, Kim Johnson and Kylie Bearse report (3:20). WCCO Mid-Morning – March 30, 2017
Company Creates Plans For Skyscraper Attached To AsteroidClouds Architecture Office unveiled a plan for a futuristic skyscraper called the "Analemma Tower," which would hover above the ground because it would be attached to an asteroid in space, Kim Johnson, Kylie Bearse, Matt Brickman and Mike Augustyniak report (2:244). WCCO Mid-Morning – March 30, 2017
'UnGlue' App Helps Limit Screen TimeA new app, aptly named "UnGlue," helps limit the amount of screen time kids use, Kim Johnson, Kylie Bearse, Matt Brickman and Mike Augustyniak report (3:07). WCCO Mid-Morning – March 30, 2017
Morning Headlines From March 30, 2017Thursday's mid-morning headlines include: Jacob Wetterling's friend Adam Klaphake spoke about the night of the abduction for the first time on television, a former person of interest in the Wetterling abduction has filed a lawsuit against Stearns County and more, Kim Johnson and Kylie Bearse report (3:42). WCCO Mid-Morning – March 30, 2017
Twin Cities Couple Talk Clothing Co. That Combats BullyingA Twin Cities couple is using clothing to end bullying. Zuma Blu co-founder Lea Leopold was bullied as a teenager. That experience is fueling her and her husband's passion to use their new activewear brand as a vehicle for change. Zumba Blu founders Brian and Lea Leopold joined to tell us more about their mission. (3:06) WCCO This Morning – March 30, 2017
Senate Intel Committee Begins Russia InvestigationThe Senate Intelligence Committee will hold its first public hearing today on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Lawmakers on the committee are promising a fair and impartial investigation. Hena Daniels has the latest on another busy day ahead on Capitol Hill. (1:58) WCCO This Morning – March 30, 2017