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George Floyd's Daughter Remembers Her 'Super Fun' DadRoxie Washington, the mother of George Floyd's 6-year-old daughter, Gianna, is sharing what his death means for their little girl.
GoFundMe Dispute Flares Up After Minneapolis Barber Shop Burns During George Floyd UnrestWhen WCCO viewers saw a popular north Minneapolis barber shop be destroyed by flames, they quickly stepped in to help out.
How You Can Help Minneapolis Students Impacted By UnrestMinneapolis Public Schools say the outpouring of support has been so overwhelming, they want you to donate elsewhere.
Minn. Department Of Human Rights To Launch Civil Rights Investigation Into MPD Following George Floyd's DeathFor the first time in history, there is a state civil rights investigation into Minnesota's largest police department, which comes in response to the deadly arrest of George Floyd last week.
Urban Roots In St. Paul Holding Food DonationUrban Roots in St. Paul is holding a food donation and give away on Tuesday, June 2.
Donations Pour In To Help Shattered Lake Street BusinessesChicago and Lake is possibly the worst hit area, where store after store is burned and broke, such as what remains of a popular Chinese restaurant, nail salon and plumbing supply shop all on the same side of the street.
A List Of Minnesota Restaurants Reopening For Outdoor DiningOn Wednesday, Gov. Tim Walz gave Minnesota restaurants the green light to open their patios starting on June 1, with a maximum of 50 guests. Here is a list of restaurants that have announced they will be opening for outdoor dining.
Tanker Truck Drives Into Minneapolis George Floyd Protesters On I-35W Bridge; Driver In CustodyThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety says a tanker truck driver is in custody after speeding through marchers protesting the death of George Floyd on the Interstate 35W Bridge in Minneapolis Sunday.
Sanford Middle School Food Drive
MDH: Minnesota's COVID-19 Death Toll Has Passed 1,000, With 660 New Positive CasesCurrently, 589 people are in Minnesota hospitals battling COVID-19, with 263 in intensive care beds, slightly up from the previous day's total.
How To Give Back To Your Besieged CommunityMany community institutions have pledged to remain dedicated to fighting for good, for unity and for togetherness in a time of violent division.
Donate To Help Rebuild Damaged Small Businesses On Lake StreetIn response to the destruction of many small businesses on Lake street, community members are coming together to help donate to rebuild their storefronts. 
Crisp & Green Introduces Crisp@Home
GoFundMe Set Up For Family Of George FloydMembers of the Floyd family in Houston say they have been overwhelmed and surprised by the number of people who are protesting.
Living With Memory Loss: A WCCO Special ReportFor more than three years, we've been following the journey of a Minnesota family confronting Alzheimer's disease.
'CrabbieMasters' Teaches Kids To Manage Life's Ups & DownsCrabbieMasters is a social-emotional learning book series that uses imaginary fun to teach children how to manage the inevitable ups and downs of everyday life.
Saving Main Street: Fundraiser For White Bear Lake BusinessesA fundraiser is being held for White Bear Lake businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Will There Be Camp This Summer? Should There Be?WCCO's Heather Brown reached out to several summer programs and received a variety of responses.
Recipe: Southwestern Stuffed Sweet PotatoesAmy Petersen, registered dietitian for Coborn's, shared this recipe for Southwestern Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with WCCO Mid-Morning viewers.
Hope Chest for Breast Cancer ChocolatesA Twin Cities chocolatier is giving back while battling breast cancer.
Good Question: Can Air Conditioning Put Us At Risk For COVID-19?As the weather heats up, homes and offices will start running air conditioners, circulating what people breathe. So, that had some WCCO viewers wanting to know: Can AC put us at risk for COVID-19? Good Question.
Hundreds Of Isolated Seniors, Patients Now Connecting To Loved Ones With Donated TabletsLast month, WCCO reported on a group trying to bridge the gap by donating tablets to hospitals so patients could video call their families. Just weeks later, hundreds now have the power to do just that.
Driving Tests Resume Tuesday In Minnesota; Priority Given To Those Previously CancelledStudent drivers can once again take their road tests.
Local Animal Rescue Asking For Help Saving Paralyzed PupThe seven-week-old puppy, named Survivor, was found in the woods in Alabama with bullet puncture wounds in his back and unable to walk.
'It's Really Been Therapeutic': Fort Snelling Observes Memorial Day With Private Ceremony, Online TributeIn-person Memorial Day ceremonies -- like all ceremonies at national cemeteries -- have been canceled, but they have been substituted with beautiful online tributes, including one made especially for Fort Snelling.
Brady Oberg Legacy Foundation Raises Awareness For Veteran PTSDA group of Minnesotans marched 100 miles in 33 hours to raise awareness for Veteran PTSD and suicide. It's organized by the Brady Oberg Legacy Foundation - started in the name of a veteran who took his own life almost five years ago.
Animal Humane Society: Pocket Pets Up For AdoptionThe Animal Humane Society has a large number of pocket pets that need wonderful loving homes.
'It Spreads Like Wildfire': COVID-19 Survivor Jodi Bradshaw Believes Contraction Source Was Her Dying FatherA Ramsey County woman is recovering from COVID-19 after being on a ventilator for a week and a half.
National Guard Offering Free COVID-19 Testing At 6 Armories Statewide – No Symptoms NeededThe National Guard is making this really convenient for people. All you need to do is show up to get tested, no proof of ID or health insurance and no symptoms are needed to get a test.