Jayme Closs made her first public appearing yesterday since escaping her kidnapper in January, to be honored by the State Capitol, Kim Johnson reports (0:44). WCCO 4 News At Noon – May 16, 2019
10 P.M. Weather ReportWe'll warm up to the 20s Wednesday, before the bottom falls out again Thursday.
Good Question: Does Cold Weather Affect COVID Test Kits And Results?Despite shipping delays across the Twin Cities, an important package has started arriving in mailboxes during a brutal cold snap.
Missing Badge Of Hastings Officer Killed In 1894 FoundDavid Schuman shares the story of the country’s first police officer killed in the line of duty, and the discovery of his nearly 130-year-old badge.
The Weather Extremes Of Como Park Zoo & ConservatoryWhether it's to escape the cold, or embrace it, the same goes for animals at the Como Zoo and Conservatory in St. Paul.
WATCH: Robbinsdale Council Member Flees Police In DWI ChaseA city council member is in jail after police say he drove drunk and took off when police tried to stop him.
Who Murdered Mike Stewart And Alejando Rios?The wife of a man murdered in St. Paul hopes you can help police solve the case.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on that temperatures will rebound to average this weekend.
Man Survives COVID After Being On Life Support For MonthsThe man's inspiring story is giving a Twin Cities nurse hope as she continues work despite the difficulties of the pandemic.
Another Dog Missing In Stolen CarPolice in the Twin Cities say that thieves are taking advantage of the frigid temperatures.
Snowplow Hit By GunfireThe incident happened in north Minneapolis over the weekend.
Body-Camera Footage Shown In Ex-MPD Officer Federal TrialIn federal court in St. Paul on Tuesday, all eyes were glued to body-camera footage showing the moments leading up to George Floyd’s death.
5 P.M. Weather ReportTemperatures will start out cold, but by Wednesday afternoon, some areas could get to 20 degrees.
Gov. Walz Pushes Education SpendingThe governor wants education spending to be a key part of spending the state’s budget surplus.
Sun Dogs In The Frigid ColdErin Bruflodt sent us a wonderful photo of sun dogs over Otsego.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on when temperatures will rebound into the 20s.
Man Killed After Being Run Over By Grain TruckAuthorities in central Minnesota are investigating a tragic death at a farm co-op.
Brooklyn Park Man Charged With Assaulting 5-Week-Old SonProsecutors charged a Brooklyn Park man for breaking his 5-week-old son’s arm, then lying about it.
Robbinsdale City Council Member Accused Of DWITyler Kline is charged with drinking and driving and fleeing police.
St. Cloud Rejects Mask MandateThe city council voted down the measure 4 to 2 on Monday.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of Jan. 25, 2022Frank Vascellaro shares the latest news updates and breaking headlines.
Remembering Victims Of Domestic ViolenceA procession honoring the victims killed last year to intimate partner domestic violence went before lawmakers at the Minnesota State Capitol.
New Option For COVID TestingThe state opened a COVID-19 testing site at the MnDOT building in St. Paul.
George Floyd Civil Rights Trial: Day 2Testimony is underway in the trial of three former Minneapolis police officers accused of violating George Floyd's civil rights.
Simple Ways To Practice Gratitude Every DayLifestyles contributor Jasmine Stringer explains.