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Northside STEM District Unveils Mobile Innovation LabThe bus has equipment like HP graphic computers and 3D printers so kids can work on science and technology projects.
Chanhassen Woman Runs Marathon To Benefit GiGi's PlayhouseGigi's is close to Karen Ryan's heart. She's a founding mom of the organization in the Twin Cities and her daughter, Violet, uses its services.
'He Is Not Wrong': Community, Faith Leaders Speak Out In Support Of Demoted MPD EmployeeArt Knight was demoted from deputy chief of staff to lieutenant after he was quoted in a printed news article saying "you're just going to get the same old white boys" in reference to the department's recruiting practices.
Tent Encampments Embrace For Early Snow, Sun-Freezing Temps: How You Can HelpThe Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board says they have been working closely for many weeks with unsheltered people in park encampments, community groups and local service agencies.
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office Touts Crackdown On Drag RacingOn Saturday, the county sheriff's office said they had made 59 traffic stops, arrested 15 people, issued 21 citations and recovered nine firearms.
St. Paul Public Schools To Keep Pre-K Through 2nd Grade In Distance Learning ModelSt. Paul Public Schools has announced they will keep their younger students in a distance learning model, delaying the start for hybrid learning for at least another month.
Minnesota Weather: Potentially Record Cold Temperatures On The WayRecord cold is on the way over the weekend, with temperatures that feel more like December.
Gopher Football Is Back For Season Opener Against WolverinesIt won't feel like a normal conference opener, but Gopher football is back.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 2,268 New COVID Cases Reported, With 14 Additional DeathsOn Saturday, Minnesota health officials reported 2,268 additional cases of COVID-19 and 14 deaths.
Help Sought Finding Andrea Nyberg, 80-Year-Old Woman Last Seen In Kanabec CountyThe Minnesota BCA is asking for the public's help in finding Andrea "Andi" Elizabeth Nyberg.
Man Shot In Eagan Apartment, Two ArrestedA man is in the hospital after he was shot multiple times in an apartment in Eagan.
Charges: Self-Described ‘Boogaloo Bois’ Member Fired AK-47-Style Weapon Into MPD’s 3rd Precinct During May 28 UnrestA 26-year-old Texas man and self-described “Boogaloo Bois” member is accused of traveling to Minneapolis and firing an AK-47-style weapon into Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct during the May 28 unrest.

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Karen Ryan Runs Marathon To Benefit GiGi's PlayhouseGigi's is a nonprofit that offers support to people with Down syndrome and their families through free educational and skill building programs (1:09). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 24, 2020
Northside STEM District Unveils Mobile Innovation LabThe bus has equipment like graphic computers and 3D printers so kids can work on STEM projects (0:51). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 24, 2020
Biden, Trump Target Swing StatesFormer President Barack Obama has also taken to the campaign trail on Biden's behalf, Michael George reports (1:50). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 24, 2020
Supporters Speak Out Over Demotion Of MPD Deputy Chief Of Staff Art KnightArt Knight was demoted from deputy chief of staff to lieutenant after he was quoted in a printed news article saying "you're just going to get the same old white boys" in reference to the department's recruiting practices, Reg Chapman reports (1:41). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 24, 2020
Gophers Football Is BackThe Greek life houses have been busy all day, and most of the people WCCO talked to said they’d be watching in their dorm rooms in small groups, David Schuman reports (1:19). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 24, 2020
Twin Cities Volunteers Reach Out As Cold Weather Strikes HomelessTemperatures are cold enough that Tuesday's snow is still on the ground at Minnehaha Falls Park in South Minneapolis, leaving those living in these tents fighting against the risk of freezing, Marielle Mohs reports (2:24). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 24, 2020

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Chanhassen Woman Runs Marathon To Benefit GiGi's PlayhouseGigi's is close to Karen Ryan's heart. She's a founding mom of the organization in the Twin Cities and her daughter, Violet, uses its services.
'He Is Not Wrong': Community, Faith Leaders Speak Out In Support Of Demoted MPD EmployeeArt Knight was demoted from deputy chief of staff to lieutenant after he was quoted in a printed news article saying "you're just going to get the same old white boys" in reference to the department's recruiting practices.
Tent Encampments Embrace For Early Snow, Sun-Freezing Temps: How You Can HelpThe Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board says they have been working closely for many weeks with unsheltered people in park encampments, community groups and local service agencies.
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office Touts Crackdown On Drag RacingOn Saturday, the county sheriff's office said they had made 59 traffic stops, arrested 15 people, issued 21 citations and recovered nine firearms.
Charges: Self-Described ‘Boogaloo Bois’ Member Fired AK-47-Style Weapon Into MPD’s 3rd Precinct During May 28 UnrestA 26-year-old Texas man and self-described “Boogaloo Bois” member is accused of traveling to Minneapolis and firing an AK-47-style weapon into Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct during the May 28 unrest.
The Psychology Of Voting: How People Decide Which Candidates To SupportWhen it comes to politics - between the constant stream of news, ads, social media feeds, and real-life conversations, how do we make sense of it all? How do we make a decision for who to vote for?