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12 P.M. Weather ReportAs Katie Steiner reports, it’s another beautiful summer day with highs reaching into the mid-80’s (3:33). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Sept. 19, 2019
Pizza Nea Closing After 17 Years In Northeast MinneapolisA longtime Minneapolis pizza restaurant is closing up Saturday night, Kim Johnson reports (0:28). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Sept. 19, 2019
Walz & Flanagan Launch Task Force To End Violence Against Indigenous WomenThe Minnesota governor's office is focusing on violence against Indigenous Women, Ali Lucia reports (0:48). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Sept. 19, 2019
Man Fatally Shot Leaving Bible Study In St. PaulSt. Paul police say a man is dead after he was fatally shot Wednesday night while leaving a Bible study, John Lauritsen reports (1:41). WCCO 4 News At Noon – Sept. 19, 2019
Preview: 2019 Get Your Rear in Gear & Tour de TushThe annual Get Your Rear in Gear® & Tour de Tush - Twin Cities is coming up this Sunday. More than 2,000 runners, walkers, bikers, volunteers, colorectal cancer survivors, and caregivers will gather to celebrate the fight against colon cancer. (3:24) WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
Cooking With WCCO: Taste Of Lettuce Twin CitiesIn today's Cooking with WCCO, we're getting a tasty preview of the Taste of Lettuce Twin Cities dinner. Chef Raul Gutierrez from Big Bowl is one of the chefs participating. (3:21) WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
CBS News Exclusive: Minnesotan Who Joined ISIS Speaks From Syrian PrisonA former St. Louis Park man is in a Syrian prison right now, one of thousands of captured ISIS fighters. He spoke with CBS News’ Holly Williams. WCCO 4 News - Sept. 19, 2019
Author Talks New Book: ‘Who Pays? Navigating Love And Money’Who should pay for what when you're dating or married? That's the advice being shared in the new book, Who Pays? Navigating Love and Money by author and local wealth adviser Nicole Middendorf. (3:55) WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
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DeRusha Eats: The Sports-Food Philosophy Of TCO Performance CenterThis Mid-Morning DeRusha Eats at TCO Performance Center with the chef tasked with feeding thousands of pounds of Vikings. (3:43) WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
Planting Tips: Transitioning Your Yard For Fall SeasonThe leaves are starting to change, and that means now is the perfect time to transition your yard for a new season. Leslie Bachman McWhite from Bachman's is here with a few simple tips on how we can easily refresh our outdoor containers for fall. (3:05) WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
Mid-Morning Weather ReportMid-80s Thursday, Katie Steiner reports (2:49). WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
Toy Insider Releases Its List Of The ‘Hottest Toys’Toy Insider has released its list of the hottest toys. The most popular is the new Hatchimal. The news team discusses. (3:06) WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
Instagram To Restrict Weight Loss Products To People Over 18Instagram says it plans to restrict posts that promote weight loss products and cosmetic procedures. The news team discusses. (2:55) WCCO Mid-Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
'The 7:34': Sept. 19, 2019Christiane Cordero has some concerning news about hand sanitizer (7:29). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 19, 2019
#MyMorning: Sept. 19, 2019We want to see your favorite summer memories (1:14). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 19, 2019
WCCO Champions: The Centennial Lakes All StarsCongratulations on winning the 2019 Little League State Championship and good luck going all the way next season (0:46). WCCO This Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
Morning Headlines: Sept. 19, 2019Jason DeRusha reads about Irwin Jacobs estate and the spotted lantern fly (4:00). WCCO This Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
Pizza Nea Closing After 17 YearsJason DeRusha reports that the owner is not blaming the city's planned increase in minimum wage (0:35). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 19, 2019
It’s International Talk Like A Pirate DayWill you celebrate? (0:37). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 19, 2019
Workin' For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsKim Johnson reports on what's happening in Minnesota on the last weekend of summer (1:40). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 19, 2019
5 A.M. Weather ReportKatie Steiner says Thursday will be slightly less humid with highs in the mid-80s (3:12). WCCO This Morning – Sept. 19, 2019
Man Fatally Shot Leaving Bible Study Marks St. Paul's 20th HomicideChristiane Cordero reports that the man was with his family, and that his father shot back (1:48). WCCO This Morning -- Sept. 19, 2019
Man Fatally Shot Leaving Church In St. PaulJason DeRusha reports the man was with his family, leaving Bible study (1:44). WCCO 4 News -- Sept. 19, 2019
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Sept. 19, 2019Kim Johnson reports on the latest Minnesota headlines (1:44). WCCO 4 News -- Sept. 19, 2019
10 P.M. Weather ReportWe'll stay up in the 80s Thursday, reports Chris Shaffer (2:41). WCCO 4 News At 10 – September 18, 2019
Businesses Moved By SWLR Project Still Waiting For MoneyA project intended to benefit the public as a whole in Minnesota has resulted in more controversial consequences, reports Jennifer Mayerle (4:04). WCCO 4 News At 10 – September 18, 2019
Reality Check: Food Stamp Cuts Coming To Minn.Thousands of Minnesotans could be kicked off food stamps under new Trump administration rules, reports Pat Kessler (2:07). WCCO 4 News At 10 – September 18, 2019
Mpls. Park Board Police May See CutsCharged with keeping city parklands safe, around 50 Park Police and Patrol Agents respond to thousands of calls for service each year in Minneapolis. Soon, the small department could get smaller, reports Mary McGuire (2:04). WCCO 4 News At 10 – September 18, 2019

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