Target's website lists only two Minnesota locations that will remain closed -- that's Uptown and Lake Street. Both were looted during the unrest, Jason DeRusha reports (0:36). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 3, 2020
10 P.M. Weather ReportA couple more chances for snow this week, and a warm-up's on the way.
Good Question: How Does Salt Melt Ice?Until the temperatures heat back up above freezing, you've likely been relying on a winter-time staple to keep your walkways clear.
A Conversation With Chef Jack RiebelOne of the Twin Cities most beloved and honored chefs has died after being diagnosed with a rare cancer more than two years ago. WCCO's Jason DeRusha sat down with him just weeks before his death.
WWII Vet Brothers Leave Community $2.6 MillionWCCO's Liz Collin shares the lasting gift left behind by two Stillwater veterans that mean a brighter future for some students.
Emergency Workers Overwhelmed By Winter-Related AccidentsEMS are asking for something simple this winter: drive safe and stay home when the weather turns dangerous.
Pearl Harbor 80th Anniversary: St. Paul Vet Witnessed Attack FirsthandOn December 7th, 1941 news traveled fast of the attack on Pearl Harbor. But St. Paul's Edwin Tjosvold witnessed it firsthand.
U.S. Women's Hockey Team Training In MinnesotaThe team is looking to defend their gold medal at the winter Olympics.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the snow in the forecast.
St. Paul First Responders Recognized For Work During Mass ShootingSt. Paul's fire chief and mayor commended the first responders for their quick thinking and bravery in the aftermath of the Seventh Street Truck Park shooting.
1-On-1 With St. Paul Mayor Melvin CarterEsme Murphy spoke with the popular mayor about the future of policing, rising crime and his ambitious social plans.
Record-Setting Budget Surplus Projected For MinnesotaThe state is expecting a $7.7 billion surplus, and lawmakers and stakeholders are alreday clashing on what to do with it.
5 P.M. Weather ReportWednesday will be dry and warmer than Tuesday. After some snow later in the week, next week will be mild.
Twins’ Spring Training Stadium Partially Closed Due To Structural IssuesLee County in Florida decided to close the boardwalk at Hammond Stadium after some structural issues were detected.
Opening Statements In Potter Trial To Begin WednesdayOpening statements will begin on Wednesday morning in the trial of former Officer Kim Potter charged with manslaughter.
Amelia Huffman To Serve As Interim MPD ChiefA day after Chief Medaria Arradondo announced his retirement from the MPD, Mayor Frey selected Amelia Huffman to serve as interim chief starting in mid-January.
Auto Shops Busy Due To Supply ShortagesIf you’re in a crash you might have to wait a long time before your car is repaired.
Digital Video Update: Afternoon Of Dec. 7, 2021Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the chance for more snow later this week.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Honored In MinneapolisEighty years after the attack, Minnesotans gathered at Fort Snelling National Cemetery to honor those killed and injured at the Hawaiian airbase.
Amelia Huffman Tapped To Be Interim Minneapolis Police ChiefMayor Jacob Frey appointed her to the post a day after Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced that he would not be seeking a third term.
$7.7 Billion Budget Surplus Expected For MinnesotaLawmakers need to figure out what to do with a record-setting expected surplus.
Winter Driving Season Arrives In The Twin CitiesKirsten Mitchell reports that local body shops are busier than ever.
Latest 'A Minnesota Holiday' LP Available NowThe CD features an incredible lineup of Minnesota's top musicians, and has raised more than a half million dollars for various charities. Artist Kat Perkins explains.
Rhythm Street Movement Presents ‘Who Brought the Humbug?’Ricci Milan and the artists of the Rhythm Street Movement are bringing it to the stage.