President Donald Trump has thrown his two cents in on the controversy that's brewing in St. Louis Park over the city council's decision to suspend recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance at their meetings. Katie Johnston reports.
10 P.M. Weather ReportWe're in for some of the coldest temps we've felt so far this month.
Some Metro Residents Going Days Without Mail DeliveriesIn some areas, mail is taking much longer to make it to its destination. Kirsten Mitchell explains why, and who it's impacting.
Good Question: How Long Does COVID’s Natural Immunity Last?Since Dec. 31, state officials estimate nearly 215,000 Minnesotans have caught COVID-19. Many of those people have finished their isolation period or will soon.
Plans Proposed For Uptown Theater’s FutureA popular Minneapolis landmark has plans transform from an iconic movie theater to a concert hall.
Ukrainian-Minnesotans Watch As Tensions Rise In HomelandAn estimated 10,000 to 20,000 Minnesotans have ties to Ukraine. David Schuman shares how the events across the world are making an impact here at home.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on how long the frigid cold will last.
Not Enough Snow For Safe Snowmobiling?Despite the weekend snow, conditions are not ideal for snowmobiling in western Wisconsin.
Minnesota Democrats Unveil Plan To Curb CrimeThe plan gives $40 million to community safety groups, $22 million to police departments and another $22 million for crime investigations.
Shoplifter Shoots St. Paul Liquor Store ClerkSt. Paul police say it's going to take teamwork with the community to curb gun violence in the capital city.
Domestic Violence Leaves 2 Women Dead In St. PaulIn one of the cases, a man is accused of beating his wife to death with a baseball bat.
Opening Statements Given In George Floyd Civil Rights CaseFormer Minneapolis police officers Tou Thao, Thomas Lane, and J. Alexander Kueng are accused of depriving Floyd of his civil rights.
5 P.M. Weather ReportDangerous cold returns to Minnesota starting Monday night.
Women’s Olympic Hockey Team Leaves Minn. For ChinaNearly four years ago, the U.S. Women's Hockey Team won gold in South Korea. Monday, they're ready to head back to the Olympics to defend that title.
Border Patrol Agent Talks About Deadly MN Human Smuggling CaseAuthorities along the Minnesota, North Dakota and Canadian border continue to investigate a human smuggling case that left four people dead.
Opening Statements Made In Trial Of Ex-MPD OfficersThe federal trial of J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao – accused of violating George Floyd’s civil rights, began Monday in St. Paul.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon Of Jan. 24, 2022Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
What's With All The Crows In The Twin Cities?Experts say that thousands of crows converge on the Twin Cities every winter to socialize and find a mate.
The Push To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaSeveral groups took part in a virtual news conference concerning the legalization of recreational marijuana in Minnesota.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the frigid start to the week.
Opening Statements Begin In Trial Of 3 Former OfficersTou Thao, Thomas Lanes and J. Alexander Kueng are charged with violate George Floyd's civil rights.
Tips For Maintaining Indoor Greenery During Deepest WinterRebecca Kolls shares some secrets about how often you should be watering your houseplants.
Now Playing At Stages In Hopkins: 'The North Star'Stages Theater's artistic director Sandy Boren-Barrett shares a preview of the show.
All About PlankingThe plank is one of the most all-inclusive exercises you can do, targeting your core, upper body and lower body, fitness expert Ali Holman explains.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says that the extreme cold is expected to return mid-week.