In the spring, the wind can have a lot to say about scoring. Sheryl Maize shows you how to play through the gusts (2:18). Rosen's Sports Sunday – March 27, 2016
Holiday Weekend Cocktails, Mocktails To Pair With BBQEmily Parent shares recipes for an Orange Creamsicle Mocktail, a Citrus Gin Smash, and a Twisted Pineapple Margarita.
Immersive Opera At The Canopy HotelOut of the Box Opera is presenting an immersive operatic experience of Verdi's "La Traviata."
Trinis Edwards Acquitted In Liquor Store Shooting Death Of Kenneth Davis Jr.A St. Paul man is free after a Ramsey County jury cleared him of murder charges.
Why Our Brains Resist Sticking To BudgetsDustin Smith from Wealth Enhancement Group explores why people sometimes can't stick to budgets.
9 A.M. Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says rain arrives this evening and lasts throughout the day on Wednesday, but no severe weather is expected.
All About That ThriftIn the fashion industry alone, it's now a $35 billion market as people look for bargains, and ways to be more sustainable.
Sign Of The Times: NYC Removes Its Last Pay PhoneAs recently as 2014 there were 6,000 public pay phones in New York City's five boroughs.
Mid-Morning Headlines From May 24, 2022A number of events are happening in Minneapolis this week to remember George Floyd.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of May 24, 2022Here are your latest headlines from WCCO.com.
4 Things You Need To Know: May 24, 2022Here are four things you need to know for today.
An Announcement From WCCO-TV's Jason DeRushaAfter 19 years at WCCO-TV and 9 years on the morning show, Jason DeRusha says he's taking a leap to try a new adventure.
Biden Insists US Stance On Taiwan Has Not Changed, Despite Monday’s RemarksPresident Biden is on his way home from Asia, but there are still more questions regarding his remarks from during the trip.
6 A.M. Next Weather ReportIt'll be slightly warmer Tuesday, and clouds will move in throughout the day, bringing showers by the evening.
Focusing On Mental Health For AAPI Youth"Mental health shows up differently in different communities," Harding High School's Bee Vang said. She was one of the key people involved in creating Hlub Zoo, which focuses on providing mental health support for Hmong youth.
Man Found Stabbed To Death Inside Minneapolis ApartmentMinneapolis police are investigating the city’s 36th homicide of the year after a man was found stabbed to death Sunday inside a Stevens Square apartment.
Mental Health Program Focuses On Helping AAPI YouthHistorically, mental health has never been something that has been openly talked about in the Asian cultures, but the hate and backlash Asians have received because of the coronavirus and the stresses of the pandemic itself have served as almost a breaking point for Asians to get help and it’s not just adults, it’s kids too.
4:30 A.M. Next Weather ReportTemperatures will be slightly warmer than they were on Monday, but cloud cover and showers will move in throughout the day.
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportTuesday will be another pleasant day with temps warming to the upper-60s.
Music As Medicine: A Look At Masonic Children’s Music Therapy ProgramA therapy program for kids through the University of Minnesota is getting fine-tuned.
Good Question: How Does Monkeypox Compare To COVID-19?Jeff Wagner talked with a doctor about how worried we should be. And a heads up: Some images of the virus’ impact featured in this video can be hard to look at.
MN’s State Budget Is Set, But Plan For Spending Surplus Isn’tMinnesota's lawmakers have a lot more work to do despite the session being over.
How Did Eli Hart’s Mother Regain Custody?A Minnesota mother is charged with murdering her 6-year-old son. David Schuman takes a closer look at how Eli Hart ended up in his mother's care, despite concerns about her mental health.
6 P.M. Next Weather ReportThe Twin Cities will warm into the high-60s Tuesday, with showers moving in during the overnight.
What’s Left To Do After MN Legislature Fails To Wrap Up SessionThe Minnesota Legislature ended up the 2022 session with a lot of unfinished business, and Gov. Tim Walz could call them back for a special session to wrap things up.