Monday is the beginning of distance learning for schools in Minnesota. As Katie Steiner reports, some parents and kids are running into problems (1:59). WCCO 4 News At Noon — March 30, 2020
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Rep. Omar 'Very Confident' Pelosi Will Take Action Against Boebert After Anti-Muslim RemarksOn CNN, Rep. Ilhan Omar said Sunday she is "very confident" House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will take "decisive action" against Rep. Lauren Boebert over the Colorado Republican's anti-Muslim remarks.
Noon Weather ReportTemperatures are expected to warm up from Monday, but there's also multiple chances for snow.
Biden To Attend Kennedy Center HonorsPresident Biden joined the celebration, after former President Trump skipped the ceremony all four years he was in the White House.
Travelers Get New Set Of RestrictionsThe Biden administration is implementing new travel rules to help combat the spread of the Omicron variant.
'The Wind Is Ridiculous': Bitter Cold Blasts MNMnDOT warns drivers to slow down and keep their distance in case there are slick spots on the roads this afternoon.
MPD Chief Arradondo Won't Seek 3rd TermMedaria Arradondo says he made the decision after talking with his family. He says he thinks it's what's best for the department and for his own personal well-being.
Gift Baskets For The Kitchen FanaticRebecca Kolls shares holiday gift ideas for the people in your life who love the kitchen.
'The Art Of Entertaining': How To Take The Stress OutThe Galleria and LAB have a guidebook with tips from local experts on how to entertain in an effortless and thoughtful manner, Rachel Oelke explains.
Easy Ways To Turn Your Home Into A GymFitness expert Ali Holman shares some easy-to-accomplish ways to modify your own home.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says that Tuesday could bring more snowflakes to the metro area.
70 Years Later, America Still Loves 'Lucy'There are certain TV shows and movies that remain favorites no matter how much time passes.
Is Reading From Devices Good For Kids' Development?New research once again looks into reading traditional books versus tablet apps.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Dec. 6, 2021In Duluth, people were out with their snow blowers, snow shovels and buckets of salt yesterday to clear sidewalks.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Dec. 6, 2021Today, major airports nationwide begin enforcing a new COVID testing rule. | Vikings vent: In one word, tell us how you feel about the season right now.
4 Things To Know From Dec. 6, 2021Major airports nationwide begin enforcing a new COVID testing rule regardless of travelers' vaccine status or nationality.
7 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor looks at the brutally cold conditions in northwestern Minnesota, and the next chance for snow (sooner than you might think).
Roads Treacherous For Some Amid Frigid TemperaturesThe Minnesota Department of Transportation says it isn't usually highways that get slick fast but rather side roads, and they say it's important to keep your distance in the areas where it is colder with more ice.
What Parents Shopping For Holidays Need To Know About Toy SafetyDr. Vivine Leuche, pediatric emergency medicine physician with the University of Minnesota Medical School, explains.
New Travel Restrictions Go Into Effect Amid Omicron SpreadWith COVID infections spiking and a third of states reporting omicron cases, including Minnesota, new rules are now in effect for passengers arriving from overseas.
Morning Headlines From Dec. 6, 2021The Biden Administration is expected to announce a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics this week.
Engineers Unveil Remarkably Life-Like RobotThe robot was designed to interact with people so the creators focused on copying facial expressions.
Former Sen. Bob Dole Dies At 98Former Sen. Bob Dole is being remembered for a life of service to his country.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of Dec. 6, 2021Heather Brown shares the latest story updates and breaking headlines.
5 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor shares the bigger cold temperatures that are expected to afflict Minnesota Monday.