Stu, King of the BBQ visits WCCO to share his best tips on grilling for Father's day () WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - June 20, 2020
New Program Helps Afghan Refugees Resettle In MinnesotaAlana Stimes talks about the Refugee Response Initiative with ServeMinnesota.
How To Make Your Own Mystery TracksAmy Blaubach, founder of Curious Minds, shares a fun experiment.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO's Katie Steiner says after a brutally chilly morning, temperatures are expected to rise.
New Emoji Are On The WayApple's iOS 15.4 will include 37 new emoji, which includes a peeking face, a troll and a birds nest with and without egg.
Ways To Detect Bias In NewsThis is National News Literacy Week, an event to help people better understand what information is credible and what's not.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Jan. 28, 2022The first week of the federal trial for three former Minneapolis police officers comes to a close Friday. We've already heard from a number of witnesses.
CBS News MN Morning Update: Online ReviewsJason DeRusha asks viewers how much they trust online reviews, and what products they check on before they buy.
4 Things To Know From Jan. 28, 2022These are the four stories you need to know about for Friday morning.
St. Paul Winter Carnival Kicks Off This WeekendShayla Reaves was in St. Paul as the "coolest celebration on earth" prepared to fire up for 2022.
East Coast Prepares For Potential Nor'easterMillions are getting ready for a storm that could drop two feet of snow.
6 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO's Katie Steiner looks at an expected warm-up, but Friday is kicking off to chilly temps.
Gas Stoves May Be Contributing To Climate ChangeGas stoves may be more harmful to the environment than previously thought.
Morning Headlines From Jan. 28, 2022The SWLRL will eventually run between Minneapolis and Eden Prairie, but construction is now expected to last a lot longer.
S.D. Cop Delivers Food After Doordash Driver ArrestedThe officer realized the driver was delivering an order nearby, so he decided to finish the job himself.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of Jan. 28, 2022Jason DeRusha shares the latest news headlines and breaking updates.
10 P.M. Weather ReportAfter a brutal overnight, the metro will warm up into the mid-teens Friday.
Good Question: How Can We Recognize Misinformation And Bias?An AP poll found almost half of Americans say it's difficult to know if the information they take in is true.
St. Paul Winter Carnival Kicks Off 136th YearFor the next 10 days, there will be dozens of free events to enjoy at “The Coolest Celebration on Earth” – including ice carving and snow sculpting.
Migrant Family Found Dead Near Canada Border ID’sThe Royal Canadian Mounted Police released the identities Thursday of the deceased family of Indian nationals that died from exposure while trying to cross from rural Manitoba into Minnesota.
Southwest LRT Neighbors Getting Tired Of Never-Ending ProjectImagine having construction near your home, then finding out it could last for five more years. That's the reality for Minnesotans living along the path of a new light rail project.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the weekend forecast.
Puppy Found After Being Taken In Stolen CarSomeone took the 4-month-old puppy when stealing a car left running in St. Paul two weeks ago.
Supply Issues Impacting Snowmobile SalesDealers say that supply chain issues are holding up snowmobile sales this year.
Twin Cities Nonprofits Worry Recent Fraud Allegations Will End Up Hurting ThemOrganizations focused on feeding those in need are worrying that recent allegations against one Twin Cities organization will end up making their missions more difficult to accomplish.