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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Interview: Wedding Planner Jenna Culley On Fall TrendsFall is now prime wedding season, with October being the most popular month to tie the knot.
Morning Headlines: Sept. 27, 2021Jason DeRusha talks about the professions that will never be able to work from home.
'They Were Outstanding': Fans Power Vikings To Season's First WinThe Vikings got their first win of the season with a crowd back at full capacity for the first time in two years.
Interview: NASA Prepares To Launch Landsat 9In just a matter of hours, a new satellite is blasting off into space.
Fans Help Fuel Vikings' First Win Of The SeasonWhile the team got back to work securing that win, the fans cranked up the energy too.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Sept. 27, 2021Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportExpect above average temperatures for most of the week, including Monday.
Vikings Nation Makes In-Person Return To U.S. Bank StadiumNorman Seawright was outside of U.S. Bank Stadium Sunday to catch up with Vikings fans at the first regular season game they could attend since 2019.
Protecting Duluth’s Most-Endangered BuildingsThe Duluth Preservation Alliance advocated this weekend to protect and recognize some of the northland's most historic buildings.
10 P.M. Weather ReportWe'll enjoy a stretch of summery days this week, and get some more shots at rainfall.
Sen. Fateh: Charter Amendment Vote Gives Mpls. Chance For 'New Approach To Public Safety'Minneapolis voters will decide in November on an amendment that would replace the Minneapolis Police Department with a Department of Public Safety.
Buffalo's Allina Clinic To Reopen After Deadly ShootingA central Minnesota clinic at the center of a deadly shooting will reopen its doors as a place of healing Monday.
Deadly Amtrak Derailment: All-Hands-On-Deck Investigation UnderwayWCCO’s David Schuman shares the experience of a Minnesota woman who was on the Amtrak Empire Builder train amid what she called chaos.
WCCO Evening Digital Update: September 26, 2021Jeff Wagner has your latest headlines.
5:30 P.M. Weather ReportIt will feel like a return to summer for much of the work week.
3 Dead In Montana Amtrak Train DerailmentAn Amtrak passenger train derailed near Joplin, Montana on Saturday with at least three confirmed fatalities.
Boy And Man Grazed By Bullets In MinneapolisA child was grazed by a stray bullet in south Minneapolis early Sunday morning, but the boy's injuries are not life-threatening.
Fallen Minnesota Firefighters Honored At CapitolHundreds gathered on the south side of the Minnesota State Capitol grounds in St. Paul Sunday to honor fallen firefighters that died in the line of duty -- two of whom died from cancer connected to the job.
11 A.M. Weather ReportSunday continues a #Top10WxWeekend and kicks off a string of 80 degree days in the Twin Cities.
Interview: Criminal Defense Attorney Joe Tamburino On Derek Chauvin's AppealDerek Chauvin wants taxpayers to pay for his attorney for the appeal of his murder conviction.
Interview: State Sen. Omar Fateh On Why He Supports Public Safety AmendmentHe represents the Minneapolis district where George Floyd died.
Mpls. Resident Who Was On Derailed Train In Montana Describes 'Chaos' At SceneAt least three people are dead after an Amtrak train running from Chicago to Seattle derailed in rural north-central Montana.
Interview: Be The Match Seeks Extra Support To Help Patients During The PandemicAlex Mensing from the Be The Match Foundation joins us to talk about what the organization does, and how the pandemic has impacted them.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Sept. 26, 2021Esme Murphy has the latest headlines.