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Deputies Find Drugs After Pulling Over Driver For Not Wearing A Seat Belt In Northern WisconsinA Sawyer County deputy pulled over a driver for not wearing a seat belt in northern Wisconsin Friday, and ended up finding drugs.
Russell Westbrook Scores Season-High 45, Rockets Beat Timberwolves 131-124Russell Westbrook scored a season-high 45 points and had 10 assists, and the Houston Rockets overcame another tough night from James Harden to rally past the Minnesota Timberwolves 131-124 on Friday night.
Minneapolis Police Warn About A Rise In Auto Thefts This Year“We're having on average 13 cars stolen a day.”
Twins Express Confidence In Rotation That Carries QuestionsPressing question: Is the Twins starting pitching going to be strong enough to not only help them get back to the postseason but play deeper into October this time?
Waseca Police Officer Arik Matson Continues To Recover After ShootingPastor Kaleb Hurley visited Officer Matson and his family at the hospital earlier this week. He said while they were praying, Matson tightened his grip on his hand and pulled him in.
Boy Thrown From MOA Balcony Celebrates His 6th BirthdayThe boy who was thrown from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America last April, celebrated turning 6-years-old Friday.
Northwest Suburbs Keep Close Eye On Potential FloodingCommunities in the northwest suburbs are again keeping a close eye on the Mississippi River. It's all due to rising water levels caused by the formation of ice dams.
Third Graders Send Get-Well Cards To Edina Teen Struck In Hit And RunPolice are following leads trying to find the driver who hit 17-year-old Kyla Avant, who was about to get on her school bus in Edina Thursday morning. The driver was supposedly in a black Chevy Cruze or Chevy Malibu.
'I Thank God Every Day': Twin Cities Mother Reunites With Medical Team Who Saved Her Life During Child Labor"I know this is the way things were supposed to happen. It's a blessing in disguise. It really is," Liana said.
No Charges Filed In Fatal Stabbing On METRO Blue Line Light RailThe Hennepin County Attorney's Office says there will be no charges filed in a deadly stabbing that occurred Thursday on a light rail in Bloomington.
MN Health Officials Prep For Coronavirus; 2 Samples Sent To CDC For TestingMinnesota health officials detailed Friday how the state has been prepping for the 2019 novel coronavirus. Meanwhile, two samples in Minnesota have been sent in for testing.
State Sen. Jasinski Calls On MSHSL To 'Reverse Course' After League Bans Jerseys Honoring Officer MatsonState Senator John Jasinski is calling on the Minnesota State High School League to "reverse course" in its decision to bar the Waseca high school hockey team from wearing jerseys honoring Officer Arik Matson.

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Maple Grove Girls Hockey Talk About LeadershipThe Maple Grove Girls' Hockey team has benefited from captains who've learned how to lead, Norman Seawright III reports (2:05). WCCO 4 News At 10 – January 24, 2020
Minnesota's All-Time Winning HS Football Coach Ron Stolski Announces His RetirementWith 58 seasons and 389 wins, Ron Stolski announces his retirement as Brainerd High School's football coach, Mike Max reports (4:19). WCCO 4 News At 10 – January 24, 2020
Waseca Boys And Girls Hockey Teams Not Allowed To Wear Jerseys Honoring Police OfficerTo show their support, the Waseca boys and girls hockey teams planned to wear new customized jersey’s with a Waseca officers name on the back who was shot in the head, but they were shut down by the Minnesota State High School League, Amelia Santaniello reports (0:45). WCCO 4 News At 10 – January 24, 2020
Minneapolis Police Warn About A Rise In Auto Thefts This YearIn the first three weeks of 2020, police said 262 cars have been stolen, Jeff Wagner reports (2:05). WCCO 4 News At 10 – January 24, 2020
6 P.M. Weather ReportAs Chris Shaffer reports, the metro area could see patches of light snow Friday evening (3:13). WCCO 4 News At 6 – Jan. 24, 2020
Professional Call Of Duty Tournament Launches In MinneapolisThis weekend, Minneapolis will launch a new kind of tournament. The world’s top professional video gamers will be competing in the largest “eSports” event ever in this region, Amelia Santaniello explains (2:31). WCCO 4 News At 6 – Jan. 24, 2020