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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is apologizing for the way he announced an effort to help Puerto Rico. (3:03) WCCO Mid-Morning – Oct. 11, 2017

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Facebook To Make Privacy Changes In Wake Of Cambridge Analytica ScandalSome 50 million users allegedly had their private information misused by a political consulting firm, Kate Raddatz reports (1:25). WCCO 4 News At 10 – March 21, 2018
Minnesota-Based Gaming Magazine 'Game Informer' Celebrates 300th EditionGame Informer magazine is celebrating its 300th edition. If you're not a gamer, you may not know that the very popular magazine calls the Twin Cities home. Joining us now on Mid-Morning is Andy McNamara, editor-in-chief and Andrew Reiner, executive editor of Game Informer. (3:14) WCCO Mid-Morning – March 21, 2018
Sen. Klobuchar Demands Answers From Facebook On Privacy ViolationsFacebook admits Cambridge Analytica violated that right to privacy. A whistleblower from the analytics firm says it involved 50 million profiles of U.S. voters. Now, Sen. Amy Klobuchar is demanding answers, Mary McGuire reports (2:10). WCCO This Morning – March 19, 2018
Klobuchar Demands Answers From Facebook On Cambridge AnalyticaSenator Amy Klobuchar is demanding Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg testify before a Senate Judiciary Committee after profiles of U.S. voters were harvested for information, Jeff Wagner reports (2:23). WCCO 4 News Weekends - March 18, 2018
Cracking Down On Conspiracy Videos OnlineYouTube is planning to include links to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia to try to debunk videos that promote conspiracy theories (3:22). WCCO This Morning - March 15, 2018
Cell Phone Porting Scam Hits MinnesotaHackers are using phone numbers to drain bank accounts, Kate Raddatz reports (1:47). WCCO 4 News At 5 – March 14, 2018


24-Hour Plays At The Pantages TheatreBroadway actress Kendra Kassebaum stopped by WCCO to tell us about a daylong theater event in downtown Minneapolis (3:08). WCCO 4 News At Noon – March 23, 2018
Noon Headlines From March 23, 2018They include: Minneapolis City Council considering an ordinance to raise the tobacco buying age, new baby animals at the Minnesota Zoo and more (3:35). WCCO 4 News At Noon – March 23, 2018
ISIS Claims Credit For Terror Attack In FranceISIS is claiming responsibility for a shooting and hostage-taking rampage in southern France today, Teri Okita reports (1:30). WCCO 4 News At Noon – March 23, 2018

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Mid-Morning Headlines From March 23, 2018They include: MnDOT Pothole filling, spending bill passes, and the new national security adviser. (3:52) WCCO Mid-Morning – March 23, 2018
4 Things To Know From March 23, 2018The Associated Press reports people are unfriending the social media platform Facebook after the recent privacy scandal (1:40). WCCO This Morning - March 23, 2018
Students Heading To D.C. Catch Sleep On The BusThe group is participating in the March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C. on Saturday. It was put together last month just days after the deadly mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, Jeff Wagner reports (). WCCO This Morning - March 23, 2018


What Does 'Partly Cloudy' Actually Mean?Heather Brown talked with Kylie Bearse and Matt Brickman about the vicissitudes of "partly cloudy" and "partly sunny" (1:48). Good Question - March 23, 2018
Web Extra: A Tour Through The Museum of Russian ArtMichelle Massey talks about everything there is to see at the Museum of Russian Art in Minneapolis, where the Minnesota Distillers Guild Spirits Fest is set to take place this weekend (). WCCO Saturday Morning - March 23, 2018
Noon Weather ReportSnow has already started falling in southwestern Minnesota, Matt Brickman reports (3:45). WCCO 4 News At Noon – March 23, 2018

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