As airborne transmission of the coronavirus becomes the primary concern, a St. Paul company has developed a device to stop it, reports Bill Hudson (2:21). WCCO 4 News At 6 - July 20, 2020
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Wisconsin Man Dies After Car Splits During Crash In FridleyA Wisconsin man is dead after his car split in half during a crash in Fridley Monday night. Katie Johnston reports.
Top Fall Sweater TrendsFall is here, and after a couple more days of heat, cooler temps will be settling in and that means it'll be sweater weather, Emily Deutschman explains.
Meet The History-Making Winner Of This Year's Minnesota CupA student-led startup won Minnesota Cup's $50,000 grand prize. Mayo Clinic student Allisa Song is the co-founder and CEO of Nanodropper.
Questions You Should Ask A Financial Advisor Before Hiring ThemBruce Helmer from Wealth Enhancement Group runs down the list of things your financial advisor should be able to answer.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor reports that highs should remain in the 80s for the next few days.
TikTok Hits 1 Billion Users WorldwideIt has surged in popularity since the pandemic started, especially among young adults and teens.
Some Seeing Credit Card Debt Surge During PandemicAmong the factors being cited are job loss, cutting back hours for child care, paying for new technology, and maybe lost income.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Sept. 28, 2021Not even a month into the school year and we're seeing COVID-19 cases among kids skyrocket. A scuffle broke out during a Twin Cities school board meeting over a new mask mandate.
CBSN Minnesota’s Morning Update: Sept. 28, 2021❇️ A scuffle broke out during a school board meeting in Chaska over a new mask mandate ❇️ Today’s talker: Should students still be required to learn cursive writing?
New Law Creates New Opportunities For Minnesota's Foster YouthThe Fostering Independence Higher Education grant program includes almost $4 million to help foster youths cover extra costs associated with college.
Morning Headlines: Sept. 28, 2021Jason DeRusha is talking about potential property tax hikes in St. Paul.
New Minnesota Grant Helps Foster Care Youth Pay For CollegeDreaming big is getting easier for foster youth in Minnesota thanks to a new law taking effect next year.
As COVID Cases In Schools Rise, So Do Tensions Among ParentsA scuffle between two men broke out at an Eastern Carver County schools meeting in Chaska over masking.
Parents Scuffle During Eastern Carver County School Board MeetingThe debate over masks or no masks is building up a lot of tension and that briefly rose to the surface between two parents in an Eastern Carver County Schools meeting in Chaska.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Sept. 28, 2021Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportExpect sunshine and temperatures in the 80s in the Twin Cities Tuesday.
Fight Breaks Out At Twin Cities School Board MeetingA scuffle broke out during at the Eastern Carver County school board meeting Monday night in Chaska over a new mask mandate Monday night.
10 P.M. Weather ReportA couple summer-like days ahead before our next shot at rainfall.
Wolves And Lynx Owners Talk Teams' FuturesIt's been quite a week for the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Lynx. The Wolves fire their head of basketball, and the Lynx get upset in the playoffs. Then Monday, the community gets to meet the future owners on the same day the Wolves start their season.
Good Question: Where Have All The Workers Gone?Unemployment rates are dropping, but the number of job openings isn’t exactly following it. The labor shortage is persisting in Minnesota and across the country.
On The Beat With Minneapolis’s Violence InterruptersAs Minneapolis grapples with its most violent year in decades, city leaders hope a special partnership can break the cycle of crime. Seven teams of violence interrupters cover the city's most crime-ridden areas.
Mary Moriarty Talks Run For Hennepin County AttorneyHennepin County's former chief public defender is now running to be its top prosecutor.
Weeks After Deadline, Still No Deal For Frontline Worker PayThree weeks after a self-imposed deadline, state lawmakers still haven’t reached an agreement on the details of the $250 million for frontline worker bonuses, leaving some frustrated.
FULL INTERVIEW: Mary Moriarty Talks Run For Hennepin Co. AttorneyWCCO's David Schuman talks to Mary Moriarty about her run for Hennepin County attorney. The county's former chief public defender discusses her exit from that job, and recent high-profile changes the current Hennepin and Ramsey county attorneys have made.