New Treatment At 'U' Offers Hope For Those Suffering Alopecia Hair LossFrom 65% to 75% of patients see success with this treatment, as seen at the University of Minnesota and at Columbia.
'I Just Started Screaming': Mother Recalls Terrifying Moment When Her Car Was Stolen With 4-Year-Old Child InsideA mother and daughter are home, together, after a terrifying morning.
How Do Assessors Determine The Value Of A Home?“When a property owner does call us, one thing he has to be aware of is when we do the review, the value may go up,” says Rosario.
More Charges Against Man Who Led Police On Wrong Way Pursuit, Raped & Robbed Elderly WomanThe Ramsey County Attorney's office has filed additional charges against a 51-year-old St. Paul man accused of leading police on a high-speed chase twice this month.
Businessman Pleads Guilty In Labor Trafficking CaseA businessman accused of exploiting his construction workers has pleaded guilty as his trial was about to start in Minneapolis.
Man Pleads Guilty To Threatening To Kill Rep. OmarA western New York man has pleaded guilty to threatening to kill U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar.
11 Horses Seized From North Branch Farm For Suspected Neglect, Investigation UnderwayInvestigators are looking into an alleged animal neglect case involving nearly a dozen horses on a Minnesota farm.
Sensible Change Minnesota Seeks Adding Chronic Pain To Conditions OK'd For Medical MarijuanaThe program has expanded through the years, and now includes conditions like cancer, glaucoma, HIV, and epilepsy, just to name a few.
Local Beauticians File Lawsuit Against Minnesota Board Of Cosmetology Over New License RequirementsSome Minnesota beauty entrepreneurs are in quite a bind. They've been ordered to stop their wedding hair and make-up businesses by the Board of Cosmetology.


Beauticians Ordered To Halt Wedding Hair & Makeup BusinessesThe Minnesota Board of Cosmetology's rules says "Regulated makeup services must be performed within a licensed salon," and that the same goes for hair, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (2:42). WCCO 4 News At 5 - November 18, 2019
Intercontinental Hotel Security Checkpoint To Airport ClosesThe Transportation Security Administration says the new checkpoint at the Intercontinental Hotel is not used enough to support staffing demands. The Metropolitan Airports Commission disagrees, Bill Hudson reports (2:12). WCCO 4 News At 5 - November 18, 2019
Demand Grows For Public Hearings On Emergency Insulin ReliefBoth Republicans and Democrats agree they want a deal, but they can't agree on what that deal should be, Esme Murphy reports (2:01). WCCO 4 News At 5 - November 18, 2019
Only Half Of Adolescents Are Getting HPV VaccinationsThe HPV vaccine can prevent cervical and head and neck cancers, Kenneth Craig reports (2:09). WCCO 4 News At Noon - November 18, 2019
Trump Tweets He's 'Strongly' Considering TestifyingWe are entering the second week of public impeachment hearings, and Democrats are inviting President Trump to defend himself, Nikole Killion reports (1:50). WCCO 4 News At Noon - November 18, 2019
Walz Calls For Public Hearings Over Emergency Insulin ImpasseThe hold-up continues to be how the emergency supply will be provided to patients and who will pay for it, Kim Johnson reports (1:06). WCCO 4 News At Noon - November 18, 2019