Researchers set up a scenario where people played games for money against robots. But the researchers could control how well the robots played (2:17). WCCO Mid-Morning - March 15, 2019
5 P.M. Weather ReportIt’ll warm up for the weekend, though temps will drop again in the middle of next week.
Kris Ehresmann Reflects On 30 Years Of Public ServiceKris Ehresmann, who guided Minnesotans through the COVID-19 pandemic, is now stepping down.
How Federal Infrastructure Bill Funding Will Impact Minnesota Roads, BridgesFunding from the federal infrastructure bill will be heading to Minnesota.
Charges Filed In Black Friday Mass TheftsSeveral people are now charged in the mass thefts that hit Twin Cities stores on Black Friday.
Crystal Deaths Investigated As Murder-SuicideCrystal Police are investigating the deaths of two women who they believe had been dead inside their home for days.
Officer Katie Blackwell Testifies On MPD Training During Ex-Officers’ Federal TrialFormer police trainer Katie Blackwell consumed all of Friday’s testimony.
Blaine 3rd Graders Hold Fundraiser For Ocean CleanupEvery morning before school the group of five students at Sunrise Elementary raises money to help take trash out of the ocean.
How MN's New Women's Soccer Team Aurora FC Plans To Build CommunityA co-founder of Aurora FC shares how the team is bringing the community together.
Noon Weather ReportAfter a chilly day Friday, the weekend will warm up.
Crystal Police Investigating Possible Murder-SuicideCrystal police are still gathering information about what happened, but are investigating the case as a murder-suicide.
New Dakota Chef Pays Homage To Southern Roots Of American MusicExecutive chef Remy Pettus shares highlights of the new menu.
New Program Helps Afghan Refugees Resettle In MinnesotaAlana Stimes talks about the Refugee Response Initiative with ServeMinnesota.
How To Make Your Own Mystery TracksAmy Blaubach, founder of Curious Minds, shares a fun experiment.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO's Katie Steiner says after a brutally chilly morning, temperatures are expected to rise.
New Emoji Are On The WayApple's iOS 15.4 will include 37 new emoji, which includes a peeking face, a troll and a birds nest with and without egg.
Ways To Detect Bias In NewsThis is National News Literacy Week, an event to help people better understand what information is credible and what's not.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Jan. 28, 2022The first week of the federal trial for three former Minneapolis police officers comes to a close Friday. We've already heard from a number of witnesses.
CBS News MN Morning Update: Online ReviewsJason DeRusha asks viewers how much they trust online reviews, and what products they check on before they buy.
4 Things To Know From Jan. 28, 2022These are the four stories you need to know about for Friday morning.
St. Paul Winter Carnival Kicks Off This WeekendShayla Reaves was in St. Paul as the "coolest celebration on earth" prepared to fire up for 2022.
East Coast Prepares For Potential Nor'easterMillions are getting ready for a storm that could drop two feet of snow.
6 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO's Katie Steiner looks at an expected warm-up, but Friday is kicking off to chilly temps.
Gas Stoves May Be Contributing To Climate ChangeGas stoves may be more harmful to the environment than previously thought.
Morning Headlines From Jan. 28, 2022The SWLRL will eventually run between Minneapolis and Eden Prairie, but construction is now expected to last a lot longer.