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Day Before Homecoming, Blooming Prairie District Cancels Parade, Football Game Over COVID-19 ConcernsJust a day before a southern Minnesota high school’s homecoming, district officials announced that the event and related football game were canceled due to COVID-19 concerns.
Nearly 25% Of Americans Have Already Finished Holiday Shopping, Survey FindsNearly 25% of Americans have already finished their holiday shopping.
Medtronic Agrees To Pays $9.2M Settlement In South Dakota Kickback CaseMinnesota-based Medtronic has agreed to pay $9.2 million to resolve allegations that it paid kickbacks to a South Dakota neurosurgeon and failed to accurately report them, the Department of Justice announced Thursday.
Trump, Biden To Hold Dueling Campaign Events Friday In MinnesotaPresident Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden aren't taking their eyes off Minnesota as both are slated to hold campaign events Friday in Minnesota and other battleground states in the Upper Midwest.
St. Paul Police: Man Hurt After His Gun Discharges As Officers Perform Pat-Down SearchSt. Paul police say a man was hurt early Friday morning when his gun discharged while officers were performing a pat-down search on him.
Appeals Court: MN Absentee Ballots Received After 8 P.M. Election Day Must Be SeparatedThe decision is likely to create voter confusion, with people who haven't returned their absentee ballots scrambling to make sure their votes count.
Stores Launch Black Friday Sales Earlier Over Changes In Shopping HabitsConsumer Reports predicts that online sales will grow by 25% to 35% between November and January.
Need An Escape? Fly The Friendly Skies With No Engine And Only Calm And SerenityDuring World War II, President Roosevelt called the president of Carleton College to see if the school would help with pilot training. That’s how Stanton Airfield was born.
With Minnesota Breaking Daily COVID Records, Are Hospitals Ready?More people are in Minnesota hospitals with COVID right now than at any other point during the pandemic.
District 196 Rolling Back To Distance Learning Due To Rise In COVID CasesThe school board voted Thursday evening to start the distance learning model Nov. 12.
Faces Of COVID: Walt Books Remembered As Real-Life Cowboy In South St. PaulLike he was cast in an old Western, Books donned a cowboy hat for decades as chief promoter of his small Dakota County town.
A Closer Look At Minnesota's U.S. Senate Race That Is Now Being Called A 'Toss-Up'The Minnesota U.S. Senate race is tightening according to a new poll out Thursday.

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Daybreaker: It’s National Candy Corn Day!Good morning, it’s time for your Friday ‘Daybreaker’: It’s the day before Halloween… and that means it’s National Candy Corn Day! Chances are you love it .. or hate it. What do you think? Is there Halloween candy that’s worse?
Stores Pushing Holiday Sales Even EarlierThey're launching Black Friday deals early to give shoppers more time to buy, and more time to ship their gifts on time, Marielle Mohs reports (1:59). WCCO 4 News At 10 - October 29, 2020
Finding Minnesota: One Way To Fly Above Your TroublesWCCO's John Lauritsen takes us to Stanton Airfield in Goodhue County for a flight with no engine but plenty of calm and serenity (3:05). WCCO 4 News At 10 - October 29, 2020
Are Minnesota's Hospitals Ready For The COVID Surge?More people are in the hospital with COVID right now than at any other point during the pandemic, David Schuman reports (2:05). WCCO 4 News At 10 - October 29, 2020
What Does Court Ruling Mean For Ballots Not Yet Received?The appeals court's decision means all mail and absentee ballots must be received by 8 p.m. on election night or be set aside and potentially may not be counted, Pat Kessler reports (3:21). WCCO 4 News At 10 - October 29, 2020
South St. Paul Remembers Real-Life Cowboy Lost To COVIDLike he was cast in an old Western, Walt Books donned a cowboy hat for decades as chief promoter of his small Dakota County town, Liz Collin reports (2:15). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 29, 2020