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What’s On WCCO Sunday Morning?Esme Murphy tells us what she’ll cover on WCCO Sunday Morning (1:55). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Dec. 2, 2017
WCCO-AM On At Noon: Cold Season Is hereAdam Carter's filling in for Chad Hartman today (1:43). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Dec. 1, 2017
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WCCO A.M. On At Noon: Homelessness In AmericaChad Hartman discusses a Jamie Yuccas story on homelessness in Malibu (2:00). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Nov. 28, 2017
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Wash Your Hands, Flu Season's In Full EffectSome are wondering how long are you contagious if you catch the flu (). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2018
Viewers Send Us Their Thoughts On Unwanted RobocallsThe number of robocalls reached a record last year of 18 billion - even though millions of people are on the Do Not Call list. (1:09) WCCO Mid-Morning – Jan. 19, 2018
Robocalls Reach New Record, Up By Close To DoubleThe Federal Trade Commission says complaints about unwanted telemarketing calls soared 34 percent during the year (2:35). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2018

Gov't, Politics & Law

St. Paul Mayor Carter Tackles Crashed Ice CourseMevlin Carter talks with Ali Lucia and Jason DeRusha (5:26). WCCO This Morning - January 19, 2018
Congressional Impasse Could Lead To Federal Gov’t ShutdownThe House takes action, it's now up to the Senate to prevent a partial government shutdown. On Thursday, representatives sent over a measure providing funding for another month, but the proposal faces a tough test in the Senate today. (1:47) WCCO This Morning – Jan. 19, 2018
U.S. House Passes Bill To Prevent ShutdownLate-night, last-minute deal making on Capitol Hill could avert a government shutdown this weekend, reports Amelia Santaniello (0:56). WCCO 4 News At 10 – January 18, 2018

Local News

Wash Your Hands, Flu Season's In Full EffectSome are wondering how long are you contagious if you catch the flu (). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2018
Viewers Send Us Their Thoughts On Unwanted RobocallsThe number of robocalls reached a record last year of 18 billion - even though millions of people are on the Do Not Call list. (1:09) WCCO Mid-Morning – Jan. 19, 2018
Mid-Morning Headlines From Jan. 19, 2018They include: Skol chants, weather update, Super Bowl security and more. (3:52) WCCO Mid-Morning – Jan. 19, 2018

Politics

St. Paul Mayor Carter Tackles Crashed Ice CourseMevlin Carter talks with Ali Lucia and Jason DeRusha (5:26). WCCO This Morning - January 19, 2018
Congressional Impasse Could Lead To Federal Gov’t ShutdownThe House takes action, it's now up to the Senate to prevent a partial government shutdown. On Thursday, representatives sent over a measure providing funding for another month, but the proposal faces a tough test in the Senate today. (1:47) WCCO This Morning – Jan. 19, 2018
U.S. House Passes Bill To Prevent ShutdownLate-night, last-minute deal making on Capitol Hill could avert a government shutdown this weekend, reports Amelia Santaniello (0:56). WCCO 4 News At 10 – January 18, 2018

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