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Cocktail Recipes From Red Cow: Tickled Pink & Watermelon Rhubarb Punch
WCCO Saturday Night Interview: Life Time Target Center Cafe Manager John MorrisErin Hassanzadeh covered a lot of ground Saturday night speaking with Cafe Manager John Morris of Life Time Target Center Cafe.
List Of Juneteenth Events In The Twin CitiesCommunities around the Twin Cities are hosting a variety of events on Saturday to celebrate Juneteenth.
WCCO Saturday Morning Links: June 19, 2021Here are links to the topics Mike Augustyniak and Jennifer Mayerle spoke about on WCCO Saturday morning.
Nostalgia And Flavor: Saturday Dumpling Club Takes Off In MinneapolisUntil last month, Bian was making dumplings at his condo, selling out every week in less than an hour.
Metro Transit Hiring Drivers For Expected Rush Of Returning PassengersMetro Transit says it needs 70 operators, so it's holding two hiring events next week.
Back Together: Buffalo Bonds In Aftermath Of Mass Shooting, COVID PandemicBuffalo Days is going strong at Sturges Park along Lake Buffalo, featuring rides, games and food. It's especially exciting given the recent past residents have had to live through.
Mid-Morning Links: Stillwater Food Truck Extravaganaza, Burnsville's 2nd Annual Relief Sessions Summer Concert Music SeriesCheck out a couple of links mentioned in the morning news.
Midtown Global Market’s Monthly Cooking ClassMidtown Global Market’s Monthly Cooking Class featuring the chef of Arepa Bar is Monday, June 21 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Solo Vino’s Rose Fest ReturnsThe Twin Cities' biggest party for those who drink pink is back for the first time in two years.
Peonies Are The Most-Grown Flowers In Minnesota, Survey FindsThe favorite flower nationwide is the rose, with 19 states choosing it, followed by the sunflower with six states.
Volunteers Rappelling Down MOA To Raise Money To Fight HomelessnessThe Salvation Army hopes to raise $500,000 to provide a lifeline to people experiencing homelessness.
Twin Cities Ranks 15th Among Cities With Most Energy Star-Certified BuildingsThe EPA says the certified buildings in the Twin Cities have prevented emissions equivalent to 226,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide.
Book Signing For 'View from Split Rock'
Broccoli Is America's Favorite Vegetable, Poll Finds, But Minnesota's Favorite Veggie Is ...Corn was actually tops in both Minnesota and Wisconsin, along with Iowa and South Dakota. North Dakota went with the majority in picking broccoli.
Property Owners Sue Walz Over Eviction Moratorium As State Lawmakers Agree On 'Off-Ramp' Plan For BanA group representing landlords is suing Gov. Tim Walz to end the state eviction moratorium first put in place when the pandemic began, arguing the ban is unconstitutional and should no longer be enforced.
‘Hummingbird’ Is Game Changer For Costly Ear Tube ProceduresMore than a million kids receive ear tubes each year. It's one of the most common pediatric procedures, despite the cost and need for general anesthesia -- but that's changing.
In Search Of Summer Workers, Employers Are Raising Wages To Attract TeensYoung Minnesotans have a major opportunity to make some extra cash.
Find Out How You Can Help 'Can Do Canines'A Twin Cities happy hour went to the dogs Tuesday night!
Wildcat Sanctuary Rehabilitates Cougar Kitten Injured In The WildThe Wildcat Sanctuary in Sandstone rescued her when she was just four months old. She was named Anastasia and is now about six months old.
'Police Misconduct Is Costly': An Examination Of Settlements In MinneapolisPolice misconduct allegations have cost taxpayers in the state's largest city tens of millions of dollars in the last decade alone. Just this year, Minneapolis paid a record settlement to the family of George Floyd. WCCO-TV has added up the costs, and spoke to experts about what the payouts reveal about policing in the city.
Hot Dogs Are Minnesota's Most Popular Barbecue ItemThe most popular in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and South Dakota: hot dogs. Only North Dakota went for hamburgers, among local states.
Biker, 64, Plans 3,500-Mile Trek To Raise Funds For Bone Marrow TransplantsAt the age of 64, Bob Falkenberg hitting the road -- biking 3,500 miles across the country to raise funds and awareness for people in life-saving need of a bone marrow transplant.
WCCO Saturday Night Interview: Bone Marrow Transplant Advocate Bob FalkenbergJeff Wagner covered a lot of ground tonight speaking with cancer survivor and bone marrow transplant advocate Bob Falkenberg about the importance of marrow transplants and fundraising for Be The Match Foundation.
Minneapolis Youth Violence Prevention WeekThe City of Minneapolis is participating in Youth Violence Prevention Week.
WCCO Saturday Night Interview: Dr. Cheryl Bemel Talks Socializing Post PandemicDr. Bemel gave advice on how to make yourself more comfortable with yet another change and shared easy ways to enjoy public outings post-pandemic.
Sanya's Hope For Children
Brooklyn Park Business Owner Reeling After Arsonists Target Store ‘For No Reason At All’A Brooklyn Park business owner is struggling to reopen after her store was targeted by arsonists.
WCCO Saturday Morning Links: June 12, 2021Here are links to the topics Jennifer Mayerle and Mike Augustyniak covered on WCCO Saturday Morning.