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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4-Year-Old In Mankato Dies After Tree Branch Falls On Tent During Overnight StormsOfficials in Mankato say a 4-year-old girl died Friday morning after a tree branch fell on the tent she was in during overnight storms. Katie Johnston reports.
Noon Weather ReportLarge swaths of Minnesota and Wisconsin recorded strong wind gusts overnight, bringing damage.
Early Voting Begins Across MinnesotaIn Minneapolis, voters will get to decide the future of the city’s police department.
Significant Damage To Hudson Public Library After StormMany in the south metro and western Wisconsin are cleaning up after a strong storm moved through early on Friday morning.
Aerial Visuals Of Storm Damage In Hudson, BurnsvilleAerial Visuals Of Storm Damage In Hudsdon, Burnsville
FEEDBACK: What Is Free Time? How Much Do You Need?The Mid-Morning crew discusses the concept of free time and the amount people reportedly need to be happy.
Aerial looks at storm damage in Burnsville, HudsonAerial looks at storm damage in Burnsville, Hudson
How To Make Apple VolcanosAmy Blaubach, of Little Sprouts Academy, showed Jason DeRusha how kids can have a little fun with apples this fall.
Which Toys Should Be Added To The National Toy Hall Of FameJason DeRusha, Heather Brown and Katie Steiner discuss which classic toys are nominated this year.
So, It's More Like 7,000 StepsNew research says that for middle-aged adults walking 7,000 steps a day is enough to lower the chance of premature death.
RAW: Drone Video Of Storm Damage At Hudson Public LibraryWCCO drone footage of significant storm damage in Hudson, Wis. Friday morning.
Mid-Morning Weather ReportHere's a look at the damage reported across Minnesota after Friday morning's squall line storms.
School, Building Closures Following Overnight StormsA number of schools in the metro canceled, delayed or moved classes online due to the power outages and storm damage in the area.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Sept. 17, 2021Good morning! We have the latest weather update following severe storms. Plus, it’s the last weekend of the summer, so we’re asking: What’s the best thing that happened to you this summer?
Damage Reported At Hudson Public LibraryMajor damage was reported Friday morning after a line of blustery storms swept through the area.
Widespread Damage After Blustery Storms Sweep Through The MetroAs of early Friday morning, more than 70,000 people were without power in the Twin Cities and western Wisconsin.
Morning Headlines: Sept. 17, 2021Jason DeRusha reads about Ford hiring workers to deal with demand with their eclectic F-150 and the ongoing expansion of plant-based foods.
Downed Trees Reported After Blustery Storms Sweep Through The Twin CitiesMarielle Mohs reports from a Burnsivlle resident's backyard where a neighbor's trampoline was lifted on top of a fence.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportForecaster Katie Steiner says that after early morning showers, skies will clear Friday, making for a sunny and mild day with temperatures in the low 70s.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Sept. 17, 2021Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
10 P.M. Weather ReportAnother wave of storms is coming, bringing thunder and lightning, but likely nothing severe.
What Is The Key To A Long Life?It's something that used to be rare, but it's becoming much more common. More people are living to 100, especially in the U.S.
Twin Cities Schools Report Bathrooms Being Plundered For ‘Devious Licks’ TikTok ChallengeA new TikTok trend is taking a toll on some Minnesota schools.
Bus Driver Shortage Has Some Twin Cities Families Turning To Rideshare Apps To Get Kids To SchoolA severe shortage of bus drivers means parents are finding other ways to get their kids to school. But some of those options could have negative consequences.