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CBSN Minnesota’s ‘Daybreaker’: COVID-19 Saliva TestingGood morning, it’s time for your morning ‘Daybreaker’! Today, we’re talking about the first COVID-19 saliva testing site opening in Duluth… does this make you more likely to get a COVID-19 test. (12:46)
Morning Headlines: Sept. 23, 2020Jason DeRusha reads about how mothers working in retail are struggling during the pandemic and how China is buying U.S. corn and soybeans again (4:00). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 23, 2020
#MyMorning: Sept. 23, 2020We want to see your early fall photos! WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 23, 2020
Saving Main Street: Eagan Restaurants Holding OnErin Hassanzadeh spoke with Tony Donatell, of Burgers and Bottles, about how they’ve adapted to serve customers during the pandemic (4:27). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 23, 2020
Health Officials In Minnesota, Wisconsin Keeping Close Eye On New CasesChristiane Cordero reports that cases are soaring on college campuses in Wisconsin, where Gov. Tony Evers has extended the state’s mask mandate (1:57). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 23, 2020
Saving Main Street: Retail In EaganErin Hassanzadeh spoke with Sue Korkowski, the owner of Indulge Boutique, about how her business has adjusted during the pandemic. WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 23, 2020
5 A.M. Weather ReportRiley O'Connor says Wednesday will sunny with highs well above average, in the low 80s (2:42). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 23, 2020
Overnight Shooting Outside North Minneapolis Bar Leaves Several HurtThe shooting happened outside of Broadway Pub and Grill on Broadway Avenue (0:19) WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 23, 2020
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Sept. 23, 2020Here are the latest Minnesota headlines (1:31). WCCO 4 News -- Sept. 23, 2020
10 P.M. Weather ReportWednesday will be summery yet soggy, reports Chris Shaffer (2:33). WCCO 4 News At 10 - September 22, 2020
Return Of The Creepy Dolls!Minnesota's creepiest competition is back for round two -- but with a COVID-19 twist, reports Amelia Santaniello (0:48). WCCO 4 News At 10 - September 22, 2020
WCCO Answers Your Good Questions About VotingHeather Brown reached out to election experts to find answers on everything from how ballots are counted -- to what happens if a candidate dies (). WCCO 4 News At 10 - September 22, 2020
Improv Comedy Legend Dudley Riggs DiesThe Twin Cities theater community is remembering a founding father of improvisational comedy, reports Amelia Santaniello (0:49). WCCO 4 News At 10 - September 22, 2020
Violence Interrupters Take To Minneapolis StreetsThe city of Minneapolis is sending members of the community into the streets to prevent violence that is plaguing the city, reports Reg Chapman (2:20). WCCO 4 News At 10 - September 22, 2020
The Changes Coming To HalloweenAs COVID-19 cases spike in states surrounding Minnesota, the CDC has released new guideline on how people should celebrate Halloween, reports Jeff Wagner (2:32). WCCO 4 News At 10 - September 22, 2020
6 P.M. Weather ReportSummer-like temperatures were seen across much of the state today with temps in the low 80s, with similar temperatures Wednesday but potential for showers hitting northern Minnesota, Chris Shaffer reports (2:34). WCCO 4 News at 6 – September 22, 2020
Study Finds Screen Time Has Skyrocketed For Some Kids During The PandemicA study by the non-profit group Parents Together found screen time during the pandemic has increased 500% for nearly half of the families that responded. But what effect does all of that extra screen time have on our kids? WCCO’s Kate Raddatz spoke to an expert to find out, (2:07). WCCO 4 News at 6 – September 22, 2020
Twin Cities Groups Help Bridge Digital DivideThe most recent numbers from the Spring showed around 25,000 Minnesota children don't have access to internet and/ or devices. WCCO’s Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield shows us how some groups are acting quickly to help bridge the digital divide, (1:54). WCCO 4 News at 6 – September 22, 2020
Wisconsin Sees Increase In COVID Cases Among Youth PopulationCollege campuses have seen the most concerning increases as people ages 18 to 24 have a case rate that’s five times higher than any age group in Wisconsin, John Lauritsen reports (2:14). WCCO 4 News at 6 – September 22, 2020
5 P.M. Weather ReportAs Chris Shaffer reports, the metro area is experiencing a summer-like feel Tuesday and the warmth continues (3:01). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Sept. 22, 2020
3 Brainerd High Schools Reverting To Distance Learning After COVID Cases GrowOfficials from Brainerd Public Schools say three high schools in the district will switch to full-time distance learning after a “proven and growing cluster” of positive COVID-19 cases surfaced (0:24). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Sept. 22, 2020
Court Opening Energizes Senate Race In MinnesotaMinnesota Sen. Tina Smith said today Republicans do appear to have the votes to approve the President’s nominee, Esme Murphy reports (1:56). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Sept. 22, 2020
Victim Of Maplewood Hit-And-Run Identified As Choulykor Vue; Family Offering $20K Reward For InfoThe family of a young man killed in a hit and run is now offering a reward to find the driver responsible (0:44). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Sept. 22, 2020
Minnesota Listed As 3rd Happiest State In 2020Ranking states by happiness seems like a strange thing to do in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the country’s politics are divisive as ever, and millions are without work. Katie Johnston reports.

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