Friday's morning headlines include: President-elect Donald Trump tweeted two very different messages in regards to the protests, Trump and Obama met in the White House Thursday, the first person of interest in Jacob Wetterling's disappearance is asking for his property back and more, Jason DeRusha and Kim Johnson report (4:40). WCCO This Morning – Nov. 11, 2016
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of Jan. 23, 2022Esme Murphy shares the latest headlines and news updates.
10:30 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO's Mike Augustyniak says after a third round of snow, expect five rough commutes and some of the coldest air of the season.
What Travelers Should Know Before They Leave Amid COVIDSheryl Hill, founder of Depart Smart, shares some advice.
Attorney Previews What To Expect In Trial Of 3 Ex-MPD OfficersThe three other officers charged in the death of Derek Chauvin will see their trial begin this week. Attorney Joe Tamburino shares a preview of what to expect.
St. Paul Police Investigating Overnight HomicidePolice were called to the 1400 block of Dale Street, where a woman in her 60s was found beaten to death.
Sun Shines Over U.S. Pond Hockey ChampionshipsWCCO's Adam Duxter was live at the frigid finale for a local tradition.
Sunday Morning Bright Spot: Turning Tragedy Into AwarenessSophie's Squad is working to raise awareness after young hockey player Sophie Wieland died by suicide.
Where To Begin When You Feel OverwhelmedLife coach Jasna Borza shares some advice of how you can overcome being overwhelmed.
5 Things Everyone Should Know About Wheelchair EtiquetteSusan-Elizabeth Littlefield talked with Chad Daley about the things people should bear in mind when it comes to wheelchair etiquette.
It's All About That 'Silver Scoop'The Golden Shovel and Silver Scoop Championships are the prizes for the U.S. Pond Hockey Championship tournaments played on Sunday.
4 Things To Know For Jan. 23, 2022Here are the four stories you need to know about for Sunday morning.
Roe V. Wade Marks 49th Anniversary As Supreme Court Decision LoomsForty-nine years after its landmark inception, Roe v. Wade’s status is being questioned as the Supreme Court mulls over a decision on a Mississippi law that bans nearly all abortions after 15 weeks.
Omicron Surge Beginning To SlowWhile COVID-19 infections fueled by the Omicron variant are leveling off nationwide, some states are still seeing high rates of hospitalizations and deaths.
1 NYPD Officer Killed, Another 'Fighting For His Life' After Shooting In HarlemA 22-year-old NYPD officer was shot and killed Friday night while responding to a call for service in Harlem, city officials said. Another officer was wounded and is "fighting for his life to survive."
Morning Headlines From Jan. 23, 2022Esme Murphy shares the latest headlines and news updates.
7 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak shares the chilly details of a cold winter morning.
Recycling Space Satellites?That's just one of the ideas in the works as more and more companies seek to make an impact in outer space.
Lake Harriet Kite FestivalThe festival Saturday filled the sky with colorful kites and brought people together.
Right To Life MarchThousands went to Washington D.C. over the weekend to march against abortion.
10 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows says Sunday morning will be frigid, feeling like 20 degrees below zero in Minneapolis.
Champions Crowned In Snowsculpting ChampionshipsA Canadian team took home the top honors from the event in Stillwater.
What Are Ice Quakes?The noises, most often coming from the foundation or roof of your home, have a simple explanation.
Man With COVID Dies After Legal Battle Over VentilatorA Buffalo man who had been battling COVID-19 on a ventilator has died days after he was moved to a Texas hospital amid a legal battle between his family and a Minnesota health care system.
7 St. Paul Schools Moving To Distance LearningSt. Paul Public Schools said a number of its schools will start the week with distance learning.