Chef Robert Wohfeil and Co-owner Lucy Robb talk about the new eatery (3:45). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 18, 2019
Maddie Dahlien Doesn't Like To LoseMaddie Dahlien is a senior on the Edina team who swept the 100-, 200-, and 400-meter races at state last year. Now she's at it again. Meanwhile, she's playing elite-level soccer.
6 P.M. Next Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the severe storms expected Thursday evening in southeastern Minnesota.
Horse Racing Returns To Canterbury ParkThe first horse races of the warm weather season happened Wednesday at the Shakopee race track.
Warm Weather's Impact On Bird FluScientists say cases of the highly-contagious virus are expected to drop over the summer but could come back in the fall.
Thomas Lane Pleads Guilty In George Floyd's DeathEsme Murphy explains what the guilty plea will mean for the former Minneapolis police officer.
Gov. Tim Walz Tours Storm Damage In Western MinnesotaGov. Tim Walz visited a western Minnesota community reeling from devastating storms touched down late last week, pledging the state is behind them as residents pick up the pieces.
5 P.M. Next Weather ReportRain and thunderstorms could reach Minneapolis on Wednesday evening, and Thursday will be a Next Weather Alert Day.
CBS News Minnesota Will Stream Aurora FC Home MatchesThe Minnesota Aurora is a woman’s pre-professional team that will play in the USL W League.
Extended Clip: Gov. Walz Tours Storm DamageMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz toured storm damage in areas hit by back-to-back storms.
Family Remembers Aniya Allen 1 Year After Fatal ShootingAniya Allen’s family and friends gathered to remember the young girl at. 36th and Penn in north Minneapolis.
1 Killed, Another Injured In Anoka CrashTwo men speeding away from police crashed in downtown Anoka around midnight.
Thomas Lane Pleads Guilty In State Trial Over George Floyd’s Killing, Will Serve 3 YearsAs part of a plea deal, prosecutors also agreed to recommend that he serve his time in a federal prison, not a state prison.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of May 18, 2022Frank Vascellaro shares the latest headlines and updates.
Noon Next Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the severe weather expected for Thursday.
Police Chase Ends In Fatal Crash In AnokaJohn Lauritsen reports that the police pursuit started in Coon Rapids and the fleeing driver reportedly reached speeds up to 100 mph.
Thomas Lane Pleads Guilty In George Floyd's KillingThe former Minneapolis police officer pleaded guilty to manslaughter and agreed to serve a 36 month prison sentence.
Wolf Pups Near Voyageurs National ParkThis is a video of wolf pups in the Paradise pack near Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota.
Extended: Lawyer Explains Implications Of Thomas Lane's Plea DealLane entered the guilty plea during a court hearing Wednesday morning as part of a plea agreement. Under the agreement, Lane agreed to serve three years in prison, with the recommendation being for federal prison, not state.
Fresh Ideas For Your Next BarbecueMichelle Mazzara, CEO and Founder of Luvafoodie, shares new recipes.
Former Viking Wants To 'Raise The Barr' AgainFormer Minnesota Viking Anthony Barr is on a mission to help single parents further their education and gain access to other resources.
How To Reboot Your GratitudeResearch shows that expressing and practicing gratitude for those we care about increases our positivity and well-being and improve our relationships with others, Dr. Michael Walker explains.
9 A.M. Next Weather ReportThursday is a Next Weather Alert day, with potentially damaging storms in parts of Minnesota.
Mastercard Tests New Facial Recognition Pay AppThe Payface App will allow consumers to pay for goods using the same facial recognition technology that unlocks smartphones.