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Some Getting Creative To Protect DeliveriesWith a rash of porch thefts being reported during the holidays, some are getting creative to make sure they receive their packages.
Omar-Boebert Feud ContinuesThe Minnesota congresswoman took a phone call expecting an apology after controversial comments made over the weekend.
Federal Teams Arrive To Assist Overwhelmed HospitalsOne team arrived in St Cloud to work inside and also boost morale among a burned-out staff.
Minnesota Mother Of 4 Dies Of COVID-19Jeremy Voss spent the holiday weekend planning his wife Monica's funeral. Neither of them were vaccinated.
5 P.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says that temperatures are feeling more like late October than nearly December.
Supply Chain Issues Could Lead To Holiday WoesSome measures are being implemented to both bring down costs and keep shelves stocked for the holidays.
Brooklyn Center City Council To Vote On Police BudgetThe Brooklyn Center City Council is expected to vote Monday night on reallocating more than a million dollars from the police budget to non-police roles.
Police Fatally Shoot Suspect At Mounds View Liquor StorePolice shot and killed a man Sunday whom they say had a gun in a Mounds View liquor store.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of Nov. 29, 2021Frank Vascellaro shares the latest headlines and story updates.
Wild To Retire Mikko Koivu's Jersey, A Franchise FirstThe Minnesota Wild says that Mikko Koivu's jersey is going to be retired, marking a first in franchise history. Katie Johnston reports.
Amazon Warehouses Buzzing On Cyber MondayExperts expected Americans to spend $11.3 billion on Cyber Monday.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the warm week ahead.
Crews Knock Down House Fire In North MinneapolisThe home was vacant and no one was hurt.
Police Fatally Shoot ‘Armed’ Suspect At Mounds View Liquor StorePolice shot and killed a man who they say had a gun in a liquor store in Mounds View Sunday evening.
Christmas Cookie Recipes … For Your Furry Friends!Rebecca Kolls deviates from traditional holiday cookies for the kids and is mixing up cookies for the canine.
World Vision Gifts Animals To Help Families In PovertyThe humanitarian agency World Vision is asking for help to fight extreme poverty by gifting animals to families in impoverished countries, explains Christopher Pope.
5 Exercises To Burn Holiday Belly FatMore treats, more parties, more potlucks -- the Holidays are here and so are the extra calories, fitness expert Ali Holman explains.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO's Katie Steiner says that this week is looking unseasonably warm.
Researchers Determine The Perfect Hug ParametersThe 10-second hug is the ideal length for well-being.
Beware These Gift Card ScamsCrooks wiped out an estimated $245 million with gift card scams in 2018.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Nov. 29, 2021The high profile trial of a former Brooklyn Center police officer is set to begin tomorrow.
CBSN Minnesota Morning Update: Less Holiday Shopping?Jason DeRusha takes a look at the early online returns on Black Friday and asks viewers if they're shopping less this year.
6 A.M. Weather ReportIf you like warmer temperatures, Katie Steiner's got good news for you.
Cyber Monday Means Busy Day For Twin Cities Amazon WorkersCyber Monday has begun, and one of the busiest sites will most likely be Amazon.