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Cass County Sheriff Seeks Help Locating Two Young Girls, Kristine Bourassa And Tara MillerCass County Sheriff's Office is looking for help locating Kristine Bourassa and Tara Miller, two young girls who went missing late Friday night or early Saturday morning.
Cold Air Funnels Touch Down In Western MN, Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Issued For Southwestern MNNational Weather Service has reported a "cold air" funnel cloud touching down in Becker County.
Federal Government Denies Gov. Walz's Request For Funds To Rebuild After UnrestThe federal government has denied a request from Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz for federal funds to rebuild and repair fire damage from the unrest that followed George Floyd’s death.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MDH Reports 806 Additional COVID-19 Cases, 4 More DeathsMinnesota Department of Health announced Saturday an additional 806 COVID-19 cases and 4 more deaths.
2 Men, 1 Child Killed In Dunn Co. House FireA house fire in Dunn County has left three people dead.
Minneapolis Police Investigate Bryant Ave. ShootingMinneapolis police are investigating another overnight shooting in the city.
Activists, Police Chief Arradondo Attend Rally Calling To End The Violence In Twin CitiesA violent week in Minneapolis culminated with a plea from the community to put the guns down.
Community Members Cover Hateful Graffiti In New Ulm Only For It To ReappearNeighbors in New Ulm are saying "not in our town" after part of a popular bike path in the city was tagged with hateful and racist graffiti last weekend. 
Wisconsin Breaks Record Of Newly Confirmed COVID-19 CasesWisconsin hit a new high Friday in newly confirmed COVID-19 cases, breaking the record set just the day before.
Mayor Frey Announces Task Force Of Local, National Leaders To Guide Changes For Mpls. PoliceMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey announced Friday that a new task force has been formed to help guide the city as it considers changes to its Police Department, a priority for city leaders and some community members after the May 25 death of George Floyd.
Demonstrators Block Off 35W Bridge, Protesting Killing Of Hachalu Hundessaate Friday afternoon, a large group of demonstrators blocked off the 35W bridge in Minneapolis, protesting the killing of Ethiopian singer and activist Hachalu Hundessa.
Pandemic Closures Lead To Spike In At-Home Swimming Pool SalesThe pandemic has kept several public pools and beaches closed this summer, which led to a spike in home swimming pool sales.

Latest Sports Headlines

Big Ten Announces Conference-Only Games In Fall For Football And Several Other SportsThe Big Ten Conference announced Thursday that it will play conference-only games in football and several other sports if fall seasons proceed during the pandemic. 
Minnesota Twins Announce 2021 Regular Season ScheduleThe Minnesota Twins announced their 2021 regular season schedule Thursday, one that's anticipated to return to the standard 162-game slate.
'Always Fun To Play As Part Of A Team': Taylor Fritz On Joining Philadelphia Freedoms, World Team Tennis For 2020 SeasonWorld Team Tennis kicks off its 2020 season starting this weekend July 12 and top American men's player Taylor Fritz is looking forward to having some fun with the team events.
CBS Now Home To UEFA Champions League, Other UEFA Competitions Beginning In AugustThe network and its digital streaming platform CBS All Access will now air all UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League matches beginning in August.
Healed Twins Speedster Byron Buxton: 'I've Got No Limit'An array of injuries was largely responsible for the blight on the first five years of Byron Buxton's still-promising major league career, with surgery last fall to repair labrum damage in his left shoulder serving as the latest setback.
'Every Hole Is Memorable,' Says Mark Immelman On Muirfield Village, Site Of Workday Charity OpenThe Workday Charity Open begins the PGA Tour's two-week stay at Muirfield Village Golf Club with another stellar field.

Latest Videos

4 Things You Need To Know: July 11, 2020Here are the 4 things you need to know for today (). WCCO 4 Saturday Morning -- July 11, 2020
Dunwoody College Gives Virtual Tours To Prospective StudentsCOVID-19 has changed some of the ways prospective college students are deciding where to go to school. Jennifer Mayerle speaks with Cindy Olson, the Vice President of Enrollment Management at Dunwoody College about the school's new virtual tours (3:37). WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - July 11, 2020
Minnesota United Prepares For Match Against Kansas CityThe "MLS is Back" tournament kicked off a few days ago in Orlando. Mike Augustyniak spoke with Chief Soccer Officer Manny Lagos ahead of their game against Kansas City (2:59). WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - July 11, 2020
Community Members Cover Up Racist Graffiti In New UlmRacist and hateful graffiti appeared along a bike path in New Ulm. Community members say the city's response was too slow, and moved to cover the graffiti up themselves, Marielle Mohs reports (1:24). WCCO Saturday Morning -- July 11, 2020
Mike Max Talks With Fmr. Vikings Player Now H.S. Athletics Director Leo LewisWCCO's Mike Max spoke with former Minnesota Vikings player Leo Lewis, who is now a high school athletics director. WCCO 4 News at 10 – July 10, 2020
10 P.M. Weather ReportScattered storms possible throughout the state tomorrow with temps in the high 70s to low 80s, Lisa Meadows reports (2:44). WCCO 4 News at 10 – July 10, 2020