One woman runs a network of 500 coaches, which includes a training system. They charge $80 in smaller cities and up to $250 in larger cities (3:07). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 9, 2019
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10 P.M. Weather ReportAfter a brutal overnight, the metro will warm up into the mid-teens Friday.
Good Question: How Can We Recognize Misinformation And Bias?An AP poll found almost half of Americans say it's difficult to know if the information they take in is true.
St. Paul Winter Carnival Kicks Off 136th YearFor the next 10 days, there will be dozens of free events to enjoy at “The Coolest Celebration on Earth” – including ice carving and snow sculpting.
Migrant Family Found Dead Near Canada Border ID’sThe Royal Canadian Mounted Police released the identities Thursday of the deceased family of Indian nationals that died from exposure while trying to cross from rural Manitoba into Minnesota.
Southwest LRT Neighbors Getting Tired Of Never-Ending ProjectImagine having construction near your home, then finding out it could last for five more years. That's the reality for Minnesotans living along the path of a new light rail project.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the weekend forecast.
Puppy Found After Being Taken In Stolen CarSomeone took the 4-month-old puppy when stealing a car left running in St. Paul two weeks ago.
Supply Issues Impacting Snowmobile SalesDealers say that supply chain issues are holding up snowmobile sales this year.
Twin Cities Nonprofits Worry Recent Fraud Allegations Will End Up Hurting ThemOrganizations focused on feeding those in need are worrying that recent allegations against one Twin Cities organization will end up making their missions more difficult to accomplish.
Testimony Continues In Federal Trial Against 3 Former Minneapolis Police OfficersTaking the stand Thursday were a doctor who tried to save George Floyd's life and a Minneapolis police officer, who discussed officers' training on the duty to intervene.
Vikings Fans Inspired By New GM Kwesi Adofo-MensahWCCO spoke with Vikings fans who say they are inspired by the fact that a Black man will be at the helm of the organization for the first time.
Maxwell Woods' Drive To CompeteThe high school sophomore is a standout in both basketball and football. Mike Max explains the story behind his competitor's spirit.
5 P.M. Weather ReportHighs will reach around 13 degrees on Friday, and there won’t be much snow until next week.
Southwest Light Rail Setbacks Frustrate LawmakersA new transit line connecting Minneapolis to Eden Prairie is facing a massive cost overrun and a three-year delay.
House Of Charity Fire Will Impact ManyA downtown Minneapolis food kitchen is closed on Thursday after a large fire.
Doctor Who Tried To Save Floyd’s Life Testifies In Federal Trial Of 3 Ex MPD OfficersThe prosecution claims a delay in getting medical aid contributed to George Floyd’s death.
Vikings Welcome New General Manager Kwesi Adofo-MensahThe Vikings have officially announced their new general manager.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon Of Jan. 27, 2022Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
Omicron Surge Half-Over In Minnesota, Experts SayMayo Clinic researchers say that while Minnesota has reached peak Omicron, there'll still be many more hospitalizations and infections over the next few weeks.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Mike Augustyniak says there's little snow expected in the near-term forecast.
Fire Burns Through Minneapolis NonprofitThe House of Charity is working to find a way to continue to feed people in need.
Semi Hits Fire Truck Responding To CrashThe incident happened in Vesta. No one was seriously hurt.
Trooper Recovering After Car Struck His SquadThe trooper had stopped to help a car in the ditch when his squad was hit by another car.
Minnesota Vikings Hire Kwesi Adofo-Mensah As GMThis will mark his first time in the role as general manager.