Local real estate expert Sarah Pickens tells us what’s in store for buyers and sellers in the new year (3:49). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Dec. 30, 2017
10 P.M. Weather ReportSome Minnesotans will get rain overnight, while some will get some snow.
Father Of 5 Gets Double-Lung Transplant After COVID DamageWhen COVID-19 ravaged the lungs of Sioux Falls resident Nathan Foote, a double-lung transplant was his only hope.
Good Question: How Could Minnesota Be Impacted If Roe Vs. Wade Was Overturned?Wednesday, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments regarding a Mississippi law that would ban abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The outcome could affect the groundbreaking Roe vs. Wade case.
Plymouth Teen Wins $100K Scholarship In Minnesota's COVID Vaccine Incentive ProgramKaitlyn Knutson entered the “Kids Deserve a Shot!” incentive program after getting her COVID-19 vaccine this fall – and it paid off big time.
Rep. Ilhan Omar Reveals Death Threat VoicemailDemocratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar on Tuesday played a harrowing death threat recently left for her by voicemail, while imploring House Republican leaders to do more to tamp down "anti-Muslim hatred" in their ranks and "hold those who perpetuate it accountable."
4 Jurors Seated On Day 1 Of Kim Potter TrialKim Potter will testify in her own defense, one of her attorneys said Tuesday during the first day of jury selection in her manslaughter trial in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
6 P.M. Weather ReportAnother couple mild days ahead, before temperatures take a tumble heading into the weekend.
New Hope Popcorn Business Gets ‘Colbert Bump’A Minnesota small business that popped-up during the pandemic got a boost on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
After Big Brawls, Hopkins High School Lays Out Safety PlanTwo fights in two weeks at Hopkins High School has led to parents and administrators working together trying to bring safety back to school.
President Biden Visits RosemountPresident Joe Biden came to Minnesota Tuesday to bring attention to spending on infrastructure projects, with Minnesota getting billions to improve roads, bridges, public transport and broadband.
Kim Potter Trial, Day 1: Four Jurors SeatedIt was a full day of questions for potential jurors in the trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter, charged in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
5 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer says a warm front is heading toward Minnesota and bringing snow up north and rain to the Twin Cities.
The Potential Danger Of A Dry Christmas TreeFirefighters say this year's drought is causing them concern over dry trees being a fire hazard in homes this holiday.
SEIU Workers Speak Out On Conditions In Minnesota HospitalsNurses say the workload during yet another surge in the COVID-19 pandemic is burning them out.
St. Paul Public Schools Extends Winter BreakThe district is giving students a full two-week break, encouraging families to get COVID-19 booster shots.
President Biden Touts Infrastructure Plan In The Twin CitiesThe president stopped by the Dakota County Technical College.
4 Jurors Seats On 1st Day Of Kim Potter TrialThe defense also said that the former police officer will testify in the case.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of Nov. 30, 2021Frank Vascellaro shares the latest updates and news stories.
Police Break Up 'Fisticuffs' At MSP AirportPolice at MSP Airport broke up a large fight at Terminal 2 late last week. Katie Johnston reports.
Foo Fighters Seek New Mpls. Venue After They Say Huntington Bank Stadium Denied COVID Safety MeasuresHours after announcing Huntington Bank Stadium as a stop on their upcoming tour, Foo Fighters say they're looking for another venue. Katie Johnston reports.
Potter Jury Selection Update: 3 Jurors SeatedWCCO reporter David Schuman shares an update from the first day of jury selection in Kim Potter's manslaughter trial.
Noon Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows says that temperatures should bounce back into warmer-than-average mid-week.
Midday Headlines From Nov. 30. 2021An Air Force team is now helping with central Minnesota's fight against COVID and the ongoing staffing shortages.
Biden Heading To MinnesotaAccording to White House, the president will talk about how the infrastructure deal will benefit Minnesotans and create good-paying jobs.