As airborne transmission of the coronavirus becomes the primary concern, a St. Paul company has developed a device to stop it, reports Bill Hudson (2:21). WCCO 4 News At 6 - July 20, 2020
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1 Arrested Following Triple Homicide In FarmingtonInvestigators say there is not believed to be any threat to the public.
No Halloween Costume Yet? Do You Have A Box?Sally Flinck, Two Men and a Truck marketing director, shares some innovative "boxtume" ideas.
How Buying A Blizzard Today Can Help KidsToday you can help children and families dealing with medical issues, simply by buying a Blizzard at Dairy Queen, Leah, Mike and Peyton Berkland explain.
How To Get Your Garden Ready For Spring NowBy taking a few steps now, your outdoor spaces will be in better shape next spring, Adam Bachman from Bachman's explains.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO director of meteorology Mike Augustyniak says the rain is expected to last through Thursday.
Study Finds Far Fewer Lies Out There Than ThoughtNot everyone tells one to two lies a day, but most people report few to no lies and most of them are told by prolific liars.
Is It OK To Use Slang At Work?A survey shows 46% think it's appropriate at work, and 42% even think it's appropriate in front of the boss.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Oct. 28, 2021Farmington police say three people have been found dead, and another person has been taken into custody. A house explosion in northern Minnesota has left one woman dead and a man seriously hurt.
Police Report Triple Homicide In Farmington House, 1 In CustodyFarmington police are investigating a triple homicide, and say they've arrested one person. Katie Johnston reports
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Oct. 28, 2021❇️ It's the creepy time of year, so we want to hear your real-life ghostly encounters. ❇️ Gov. Walz says Minnesotans will have plenty of options to vaccinate kids against COVID.
4 Things To Know For Oct. 28, 2021Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo is urging Minneapolis voters to reject ballot question 2, and President Biden is expected to head to Capitol Hill and meet with the Democratic caucus before departing on his trip to Europe.
Rusty's Reviews: 'Last Night In SoHo'Just in time for Halloween, a new psychological horror film from director Edgar Wright is coming to a theater near you.
Morning Headlines: New Campaign To Lure Workers To MinnesotaThe state's economic development agency launched a website called Join Us MN.
Police Chief Arradondo: 'At This Point I Would Take A Drawing On A Napkin'The head of the Minneapolis Police Department says that no elected official has spoken with him about the ballot question that would remove the charter requirement for a police department.
New Kind Of Crash Test Shows Room For ImprovementAs technology grows, safety features in cars, trucks, and SUVs generally gets better as well.
Minnesota Preps To Vaccinate 5- To 11-Year-OldsThe final federal recommendations for vaccinating this age group is expected to come as early as next week. As soon as that happens, Minnesota children in this younger age group can start rolling up their sleeves.
Data Shows Racial Disparities In Breast Cancer OutcomesData shows there are disparities in the treatment and survival of breast cancer for Black women compared to white women.
National Headlines: Biden Agenda, Baldwin ShootingPresident Biden is going to meet with Democrats today and speak from the White House this morning.
5 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO director of meteorology Mike Augustyniak says the rain is sticking around for Thursday, but the Halloween weekend's looking quite nice.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of Oct. 28, 2021Jason DeRusha shares the latest headlines and updates.
10 P.M. Weather ReportWidespread rain will cover most of Minnesota Thursday.
Finding Minnesota: Sauk Centre’s Haunted HotelWith Halloween right around the corner, this is your yearly reminder that Minnesota is full of good haunts, and a hotel in Sauk Centre has become the subject of many paranormal studies over the years: The Palmer House.
Go Inside Shakopee’s Amazon CenterGet an inside look at Amazon's Shakopee operation to see how it's preparing for the holiday shopping surge.
St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell Won’t Seek 2nd TermSt. Paul’s top cop announced on Wednesday that he won’t be seeking a second term in June 2022.