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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10 P.M. Weather ReportOur extended summer will roll on Tuesday -- but rain and below-average temps arrive Wednesday.
Good Question: How Are Wild Turkeys Able To Thrive In The Twin Cities?Thanksgiving is more than a month away, but turkeys aren’t wasting any time visiting homes across the Twin Cities.
Landscapers Encounter Bear Family Below Nisswa DeckThree young landscapers in Nisswa noticed a client's property was a big mess Monday -- and a mama bear and her two cubs were to blame!
Father’s Dying Wish Sets Up Future Cancer Patients' Families With 'Healing Flats'A Twin Cities father fighting cancer pledged to make it easier for hospital patients in the middle of their own health struggles. WCCO is sharing the heartbreak and the hope leading some of the sick at Mayo Clinic to Healing Flats.
Gift Cards, Scholarship Drawings Offered As Vaccination Incentives For KidsChildren who complete their vaccine series before the end of November will get a $200 Visa gift card and a shot at a $100,000 college scholarship, Gov. Tim Walz announced Monday.
Proctor Police: Football Team Investigation CompletedMore details about student misconduct that canceled a northern Minnesota high school’s football season are expected to be released soon.
Minneapolis Police Seek $27M Budget IncreaseThe Minneapolis Police Department has lost nearly 300 officers since last year as violent crime surges in the city, depleting resources to respond adequately, Chief Medaria Arradondo told the city council Monday.
BEAR ENCOUNTER: Nisswa Landscapers Find Mama Bear, Cubs Beneath DeckYou may have heard the expression "poking the bear” -- but imagine having to do it for real!
Henderson Seeks To Remedy Its Water Discoloration IssueReddish-brown water has been plaguing residents of Sibley County town for years.
Afton Man Accused Of Operating Private Airport Behind His HomeJeffrey Walker, 57, faces five misdemeanor counts in Washington County for violating the Afton’s restrictions for airstrips
Chief Arradondo: Minneapolis Crime Is Rising, Officer Number FallingMinneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo delivered troubling news Monday to the city council.
Mpls. Homeless Encampment Prompts Search For Solutions Ahead Of WinterA growing homeless encampment in the North Loop has the city of Minneapolis and local businesses in search of solutions before temperatures drop.
6 P.M. Weather ReportWe get to hold onto the warmth for one more day, then get ready for some rain and below-average temps.
‘Traffic Garden’ Helps Students Learn To Safely Walk, Bike Near RoadwaysRoad safety is top of mind right now for most parents who have kids back in school. And one Twin Cities school has found a fun way to teach kids the right way to cross the street.
5 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on when temperatures will dip later this week.
After 18 Months, Minneapolis School Damaged During Unrest ReopensMTS Secondary had to be completely gutted as part of a $17.4 million renovation project. The school was redesigned to have a modern, coffee shop or college campus feel for its 165 students.
Minnesota Nears 400 Traffic Deaths This YearThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety is encouraging people to slow down and stay off their phones.
Fiery Crash Delays Opening Of Minneapolis Transit StationThe new transit hub on Interstate 35W just south of downtown Minneapolis cost $20 million.
Minneapolis School Remembers Colin PowellCristo Rey Jesuit High School in Minneapolis is home to The Colin Powell Youth Leadership Center.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon Of Oct. 18, 2021Amelia Santaniello has this afternoon's digital headlines.
Noon Weather ReportThe unseasonably warm temps continue for the first part of the week.
Traffic Safety: MN State Patrol Cautions Motorists To Slow Down, Traffic Garden Unveiled In St. PaulThe Minnesota State Patrol focused on traffic deaths Monday. So far this year, 384 people have been killed on Minnesota roads. One of the biggest issues troopers say they are seeing is people going too fast. Also, a traffic garden was unveiled in St. Paul to teach students road safety.
Minneapolis School Damaged During Unrest Reopens Doors After 18 MonthsA Minneapolis school has reopened following a $17.4 million renovation project.
Colin Powell Dead At 84The 84-year-old died of complications from COVID-19. He was fully vaccinated but battled underlying conditions, including Parkinson's disease.