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6 P.M. Weather ReportA windy and mild Wednesday ahead, reports Chris Shaffer (3:17). WCCO 4 News At 6 - January 19, 2021
Wild Mountain Earns Carbon Neutral CertificationOne Minnesota ski park has reached a major milestone in helping the environment, reports Lisa Meadows (1:52). WCCO 4 News At 6 - January 19, 2021
State, Osterholm Request Floyd Trials Delay Due To COVIDThe State of Minnesota is once again requesting a delay in the trial for the former officers involved in the death of George Floyd, reports Amelia Santaniello (0:57). WCCO 4 News At 6 - January 19, 2021
Vaccine Sign-Up Website Plagued By Technical DifficultiesAbout a million more Minnesotans now qualify to get their COVID vaccine, putting a strain on the system, reports Reg Chapman (2:30). WCCO 4 News At 6 - January 19, 2021
Minnesotans To Play Key Roles In Inauguration CeremonyWith a pandemic and civil unrest, it's going to be an inauguration like never before, reports Esme Murphy (2:24). WCCO 4 News At 6 - January 19, 2021
5 P.M. Weather ReportChris Shaffer reports, after some light snow, the temperatures will be in the single-digits in parts of the state on Tuesday night (3:04) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Jan. 19, 2021
How School Districts Decide Which Educators Get The COVID Vaccine FirstRight now, there are only about 6,000 vaccines available for educators and child care staff in Minnesota. Those shots will begin on Thursday. Kate Raddatz shares how districts are deciding who gets the first doses (2:02) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Jan. 19, 2021
Political Science Professor On How To End The Divide Between Republicans And DemocratsThe divide between Republican and Democrats at the state and federal level seems deeper than ever, but this partisanship didn’t begin or end with President Trump’s time in office. Caroline Cummings reports, it’s been decades in the making (2:25) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Jan. 19, 2021
Afternoon Digital Headlines: Jan. 19, 2021Amelia Santaniello has your afternoon digital headlines from WCCO (1:13).
Dayton Sauke, Of Owatonna, Accused Of Selling Unregistered Guns, Threatening Cops' LivesA 22-year-old man from Owatonna has been federally charged with possessing an unregistered firearm, and stands accused of selling drugs and manufacturing and dealing firearms without a license. Katie Johnston reports.
St. Paul PD: Husband Arrested After Pregnant Woman Shot In Abdomen; Bullet Missed Unborn BabyThe St. Paul Police Department says a 26-year-old man is in custody after his pregnant wife was shot over the weekend. The victim is expected to survive and the bullet missed the baby. Katie Johnston reports.
Noon Weather ReportLisa Meadows reports, the southern portion of the state saw a couple inches of snow after flurries on Tuesday morning, and colder temperatures are on their way for the night (3:25) WCCO 4 News At Noon - Jan. 19, 2021
Mike Lindell Not Worried About Possible Lawsuit From DominionDominion Voting Systems is threatening to sue Mike Lindell, the founder of MyPillow in Chaska after he made false claims that the company’s voting machines stole millions of votes during the election (00:41) WCCO 4 News At Noon - Jan. 19, 2021
New Vaccine Pilot Program Starts Taking AppointmentsAt noon on Tuesday, the state started scheduling appointments for COVID vaccines through a new pilot program. Christiane Cordero reports, Minnesota gets about 60,000 doses of the COVID vaccine per week, and the new phase includes people 65 years and older, plus childcare workers and educators. (2:25) WCCO 4 News At Noon - Jan. 19, 2021
NBA’s Kyrie Irving Buys House For George Floyd’s FamilyBrooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving bought a house for the family of George Floyd, former NBA player Stephen Jackson said in a recent interview. Katie Johnston reports.
Wildflyer Coffee Works To Combat HomelessnessThe specialty coffee shop hires and trains young people who have nowhere to live, Carley Kammerer explains (). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2021
Do Specific Foods Make You Happy, Or The Opposite?WCCO viewers share which foods make them feel good (0:42). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2021
Why Not Start A Family Book Club?With the colder weather moving activities indoors, now is a great time to start a family book club, Laura Davis explains (3:24). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2021
Advice For Downsizing Upon RetirementDustin Smith from Wealth Enhancement Group talks about whether you should rent or buy (4:38). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2021
9 A.M. Weather UpdateTemperatures will adjust to normal for this time of year later this week, Riley O'Connor reports (3:48). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2021
Would You Like For Your Boss To Know Your Mood?There's a new wearable device called Moodbeam. It monitors your emotional state while working and your manager can track your feelings remotely (3:45). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2021
Mindfulness Courses Can Improve Mental Health, Study FindsOther practices can be just as effective, such as exercise (3:12). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2021
Mid-Morning Headlines From January 19, 2021About a million more Minnesotans are now eligible for their COVID vaccine, Jason DeRusha reports (5:46). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 19, 2021
‘I Want Them To Sue Me’: MyPillow’s Mike Lindell Says He’d Welcome Lawsuit From DominionMyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said in an interview Saturday that Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s are among the retailers that will stop selling his products due to his continued support of conspiracy theories related to President Donald Trump’s election loss. Katie Johnston reports.

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