Latest News Headlines

People Soak Up Sun In Hudson On Top 10 Weather DayIt's a day no one seems to be taking for granted – not too hot, not too cold, but just right.
Juvenile In Critical Condition After Being Shot In HeadPolice say a young person was taken to the hospital Monday afternoon in critical condition after being shot in the head in Waite Park.
Among Tough Moments For Those With Alzheimer's Disease, When To Take The Keys AwayJust as they have for years, the Quinns escaped most of the Minnesota winter in Florida. Only this time, there were very few beach walks Paul would take alone.
Sheriff: Man, 49, Dies After Tree Falls On Him In Oak GroveAuthorities say a 49-year-old man died Monday when a tree he was trying to cut down fell on him in Oak Grove.
Panel To Study Police Shootings, Search Out SolutionsNothing has ignited more heated protest and public debate in recent years than officer-involved shootings.
Top 10 Weather Day Enjoyed By Many Around Lake HarrietOn all nice days, you can find Barbara Farrell among the roses. As a retiree, she frequents Lake Harriet Rose Garden, strolling the rows of flowers while free of shoes and stress.
Charges: Shakee Shabazz Miller-Brantley Shot, Killed Mother Of 3 In St. Paul HomeA 28-year-old man has been charged with murder after police say he shot and killed a mother of three Friday in St. Paul.
Minnesota Deputy Indicted In 2018 Fatal ShootingA grand jury in Minnesota has indicted a sheriff's deputy on a manslaughter charge in a man's fatal shooting last year.
Report: Al Franken 'Absolutely' Regrets Resigning Without Senate Ethics InvestigationIn an article published online Monday, former Minnesota Sen. Al Franken says he "absolutely" regrets resigning without an ethics investigation in the wake of multiple sexual misconduct allegations in 2017, at the height of the #MeToo movement.
Officials ID 24-Year-Old Man Shot, Killed In St. CloudPolice say it happened just after 3:30 a.m. A 911 caller reported someone with a gun in the area, and officers arrived at the scene to find La'Darian D'Vonte Broadnax suffering from a gunshot wound inside of a vehicle.
Man Fatally Shot Near Where Brother Was Killed 2 Years AgoA man fatally shot in north Minneapolis over the weekend lost his brother to gun violence just a block away two years ago.
Minnesota Prisons Resort To Video For Psychiatric CareMinnesota prisons are turning to telepsychiatry to provide inmates with mental health care.

Latest Sports Headlines

Fantasy Football 2019: Barkley, Elliott, Kamara Top CBS Sports Running Back ProjectionsThe fantasy projections for this season have the same trio of backs topping the list this year.
Temi Ogunrinde, Former Gophers Hammer Thrower, Sets Sights On OlympicsThough Temi Ogunrinde was born in Minnesota, she's training to try and earn a spot on the Nigerian national team for next summer's Olympics. For her, the pursuit is bigger than sports. It's personal.
Kepler's Single Gives Twins Walk-Off Win Over AthleticsAfter watching the Oakland Athletics stage a late rally to take the lead for the third straight game, it might have been easy for the Minnesota Twins to get frustrated. Instead, they got back to work and Max Kepler came up with another huge hit.
Temi Fagbenle Prepares For Bigger Role With Minnesota LynxIt's been a week since Temi Fagbenle returned to the Minnesota Lynx. She helped Great Britain reach fourth place in the International Basketball Federation's EuroBasket tournament. Now, she's adapting again to her WNBA team.
'Feels Like Peace': Wisconsin's Lucas Jundt Finds Passion In RunningLucas Jundt of Kenosha, Wisconsin, would tell you it's hard to describe just how incredible it is to be able to run a race when you don't have legs.
Surging A's Beat Twins 5-3 In Near-Record HumidityWith a game-time temperature of 94 degrees on a humid, muggy evening, starting pitchers Jake Odorizzi and Chris Bassitt had to fight dripping sweat as much as opposing batters.

Latest Videos

6 P.M. Weather ReportIt’s a Top 10 Weather Day! And as Chris Shaffer reports, Tuesday is going to be just as gorgeous (). WCCO 4 News At 6 – July 22, 2019
People Take Advantage Of Monday’s Perfect Summer DayDays like today don’t come along too often in this part of the country, so when they do, we know how to enjoy them, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield explains (1:40). WCCO 4 News At 6 – July 22, 2019
Al Franken ‘Absolutely’ Regrets Resigning Without Senate Ethics InvestigationAn article in the New Yorker Magazine is raising new questions about the resignation of Minnesota Senator Al Franken, Esme Murphy reports (2:35). WCCO 4 News At 6 – July 22, 2019
Charges: Shakee Shabazz Miller-Brantley Shot, Killed Mother Of 3 In St. Paul HomeA St. Paul mother is dead after police say her boyfriend shot her while her children were home, Kate Raddatz reports (). WCCO 4 News At 6 – July 22, 2019
Among Tough Moments For Those With Alzheimer’s Disease, When To Take The Keys AwayWCCO has been documenting retired family doctor Paul Quinns' diagnosis for the last four years. During our last visit, Liz Collin was there to see the shift in Paul that left his family little choice (2:55). WCCO 4 News At 5 – July 22, 2019
AT&T Removes CBS Owned Stations Across The CountryFrank Vascellaro reports tonight, CBS and Direct-TV are in a standoff over how much the satellite company will pay to air the network's stations. WCCO continues to broadcast our free over-the-air signal you can get with an antenna, and we stream our newscasts at and on our CBS Minnesota App (0:47). WCCO 4 News At 5 – July 22, 2019

CBS News - National Headlines

Protests grow as Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló vows to stay in officeHundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans took to the streets of San Juan in what is believed to be the largest protests the island has seen. Protesters continue to demand that their embattled governor resign. David Begnaud joined CBSN with the latest on the growing demonstrations.
Elizabeth Warren warns Trump may trigger economic meltdownIn a blog post published Monday, the Democratic presidential candidate warns that the economy is on shakier footing than it seems
More cruise ships bypass San Juan, hurting local businessesCruise ship diversions from San Juan are hurting local employers, though some owners still want Rosselló to go
Why Colson Whitehead didn't visit the school that inspired his book"The more I got into the story page by page ... the more I came to hate the place"
GOP governors urge Sarah Sanders to run in ArkansasSanders received a "lot of support and encouragement" to run for the position from at least four current Republican governors at a dinner
Tainted alcohol suspected of killing at least 19 in Costa RicaThe government has confiscated about 30,000 bottles of alcohol suspected to be poisoned with methanol
Coming to grocery stores next month: Starbucks creamersHoping to get into your fridge, the coffee chain is introducing its first line of non-dairy creamers
Extended interview: Colson Whitehead on writing "The Nickel Boys"The Pulitzer Prize-winner also discusses "The Underground Railroad," the emotional drain of research, and searching for different ways to attack the world through literature
Colson Whitehead on "The Nickel Boys" and exhuming tales of the deadIn his latest novel, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "The Underground Railroad" recounts stories from a notorious boys' reform school where many went missing, or never left alive
Tom Brady faces backlash for cliff diving with daughterEven The Rock weighed in on the controversy