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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.
Minnesota Reports $7.7 Billion Budget SurplusThe state says strong growth in income, consumer spending, and corporate profits drove extraordinary revenues in 2021
Don't Put Your Retirement Into HibernationBruce Helmer from Wealth Enhancement Group shares some advice.
9 A.M. Weather ReportLight snow is falling on the Twin Cities Tuesday morning, but a bigger snow event is possible going into the weekend.
Is It Time For A 'Sleep Divorce'?The CDC says being deprived of seven to eight is linked to a higher risk of diabetes, stroke, cardiovascular disease, and dementia.
What Is 'Planetarian Life'?It's a choose-your-own-adventure way of plant based eating. The idea is to help people ease into a more plant-rich diet which in turn is good for the earth.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Dec. 7, 2021State health officials are taking new steps to try and slow the spread of the new COVID omicron variant.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Dec. 7, 2021❇️ A tough commute for many as light, fresh snow falls during the morning rush. ❇️ 2021's most mispronounced words are in. Which word irks you to hear said incorrectly?
4 Things To Know From Dec. 7, 2021Opening statements will begin tomorrow in the Kim Potter trial. The former Brooklyn Center police officer shot and killed Daunte Wright during a traffic stop last spring.
7 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says the roads might be a bit slippery Tuesday morning amid a fresh falling of light snow.
Morning Headlines: Overwhelmed Sewer Systems, Invasive WormsMany are worried about our climate and the way changes are changing our way of life.
Health Experts Note Common Outcomes Of COVID's Omicron VariantRight now experts are "encouraged but cautious" when it comes to the omicron variant.
North Shore Residents Embrace Snow Amid Frigid ColdScott Steinbach and his dog Ace ventured out for a frigid walk as winds dropped temperatures below zero in Grand Marais.
80 Years Ago Today, Pearl Harbor Bombed By JapanAbout 30 survivors and 100 other veterans from the war are expected to observe a moment of silence at 7:55 a.m., the minute the attack began.
Even Amid COVID Pandemic, Flu Season Ramps UpExperts are warning we could see what they are calling a "twindemic" of COVID-19 and flu this winter.
Morning Headlines From Dec. 7, 2021Jason DeRusha shares the latest headlines from Tuesday morning.
5 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says it will be slightly warmer Tuesday, with highs in the lower 20s.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of Dec. 7, 2021Jason DeRusha shares the latest headlines and updates.