Properly Dispose & Cut Back On Electronic Waste
Earth Day is coming up on April 22nd - people often pick up garbage or plant trees, but one thing you may not think of is electronic waste. But, Americans produce the most electronic waste in the world. Here to explain exactly what that is and how to cut back is Brad Swenson from Device Pitstop. (3:12) WCCO Mid-Morning – April 16, 2018

Interviews

4 Quick (And Budget-Friendly) Ways To Refresh Home For SpringThe thermometer has finally caught up to the calendar. Our Lifestyle contributor Jasmine Stringer is here with 4 quick and budget friendly ideas to help you refresh your home for spring. (2:58) WCCO Mid-Morning – April 24, 2018
Latest Trend In Hairstyles: Couples Sporting Similar Cuts?You know how they say sometimes couples start to look alike when they're together awhile. Well, that's the latest trend in hairstyles - Kristin Hoogheem from Great Clips is here to show us. (3:17) WCCO Mid-Morning – April 24, 2018
Twin Cities Musician Writes Song As Tribute To Prince"The Bigger Picture" is a new song from Twin Cities singer/songwriter Pamela McNeill. She was inspired to write the song as a tribute to Prince, as we mark the two year anniversary of his death. (3:29) WCCO Mid-Morning – April 24, 2018

News

Flooding Concerns Rise In New UlmThe Cottonwood River in New Ulm is already five feet above average – and it will rise another foot before it starts to recede Wednesday, reports Angela Davis (2:09). .WCCO 4 News At 5 – April 24, 2018
Friends Rally To Help Those In Famine-Stricken SomaliaThree friends took extreme measures to make Minnesotans more aware of what's happening in Somalia, reports Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield (3:10). WCCO 4 News At 5 – April 24, 2018
HS Athletes Finally Get Outside After Long WinterBaseball, softball and track teams have already lost about half their season because of soggy, snowy fields, reports Molly Rosenblatt (1:25). WCCO 4 News At 5 – April 24, 2018

Local News

DFL Lawmakers Hold Sit-In To Protest Gun ViolencePat Kessler reports on the sit-in, which is expected to last all night (1:58). WCCO 4 News At 6 -- April 24, 2018
Flooding Concerns Rise In New UlmThe Cottonwood River in New Ulm is already five feet above average – and it will rise another foot before it starts to recede Wednesday, reports Angela Davis (2:09). .WCCO 4 News At 5 – April 24, 2018
Friends Rally To Help Those In Famine-Stricken SomaliaThree friends took extreme measures to make Minnesotans more aware of what's happening in Somalia, reports Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield (3:10). WCCO 4 News At 5 – April 24, 2018

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