Giselle Ugarte, the marketing director at Media Bridge Advertising, talks about the changes already being seen in the advertising world (5:42). WCCO 4 News At 10 - June 20, 2020
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportTuesday will be another pleasant day with temps warming to the upper-60s.
Music As Medicine: A Look At Masonic Children’s Music Therapy ProgramA therapy program for kids through the University of Minnesota is getting fine-tuned.
Good Question: How Does Monkeypox Compare To COVID-19?Jeff Wagner talked with a doctor about how worried we should be. And a heads up: Some images of the virus’ impact featured in this video can be hard to look at.
MN’s State Budget Is Set, But Plan For Spending Surplus Isn’tMinnesota's lawmakers have a lot more work to do despite the session being over.
How Did Eli Hart’s Mother Regain Custody?A Minnesota mother is charged with murdering her 6-year-old son. David Schuman takes a closer look at how Eli Hart ended up in his mother's care, despite concerns about her mental health.
6 P.M. Next Weather ReportThe Twin Cities will warm into the high-60s Tuesday, with showers moving in during the overnight.
What’s Left To Do After MN Legislature Fails To Wrap Up SessionThe Minnesota Legislature ended up the 2022 session with a lot of unfinished business, and Gov. Tim Walz could call them back for a special session to wrap things up.
Storm Damages Madison Memorial FieldThe storms from a couple weeks ago damaged farms and cities across western Minnesota. And in one small town, the heart of the community was nearly destroyed.
Retired Nurse Finishes College Degree After 67-Year PauseIt's graduation season right now. Many of those grads are in their early 20s, and ready to start their first jobs. But at the University of Minnesota, there was one graduate whose diploma was 67 years in the making.
Italian Judge Demands MIA Return SculptureThe statue of Doryphoros has been on display in Minneapolis since 1986, when the Institute of Art purchased it for $2.5 million.
5 P.M. Next Weather ReportWe're about to see a warm-up, WCCO meteorologist Chris Shaffer says, that should bring us close to normal by the holiday weekend.
Iconic Prince Concert Soon To Be Available OfficiallyThe "Purple Rain" tour stop in Syracuse was shown live across the country via satellite back in March 1985, and is considered by some to be one of the most iconic live recordings in pop and rock history.
White House Says More Baby Formula Is ComingAn Air Force cargo plane carrying 39 tons of formula landed in Indianapolis Sunday, and another shipment is expected to land in Pennsylvania later this week.
Timberwolves Making Big Moves In Front OfficeThe Timberwolves have decided to bet big on Tim Connelly and make him the President of Basketball Operations, a position held on an interim basis by Sachin Gupta.
Tuesday Election Could Provide Insight Into CD1's MoodThe district stretches across southern Minnesota from Rochester to Worthington.
Charges: Mother Attempted To Cover Up Murdering SonJulissa Thaler is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of her 6-year-old son Eli Hart.
How Far Apart Are Lawmakers On Reaching Deals?Some capitol leaders say they're really close on some issues, further apart on others. But the bottom line is they didn't finish everything up by midnight last night.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of May 23, 2022Frank Vascellaro shares the latest headlines and updates.
Mother Charged In Eli Hart’s Death After Body Found In Trunk Shot Multiple TimesThe mother of 6-year-old Eli Hart has been charged in the boy’s death after he was found dead in a car trunk while police were executing a traffic stop near Orono Friday morning.
Noon Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows says that, after a cool weekend, temperatures are expected to reach mid 60's today.
Tens Of Thousands Of Pounds Of Baby Formula Flown Into U.S.The Biden administration says parents can expect to find more baby formula on store shelves as early as this week.
Events Planned For Anniversary Of George Floyd's DeathA demonstration is planned outside the Governor's Residence calling for continued justice. Then, that evening, people will gather at George Floyd Square for a candlelight vigil.
Parents Happy To See Minneapolis North H.S. Principal ReinstatedThe district announced Friday that Mauri Friestleben was going to be placed on paid leave, which set off a firestorm of angry students and parents demanding answers in support of her.
2022 Session Ends With Much Left UndoneRepublicans and Democrats couldn't find common ground on several big items -- including tax relief, a public safety package, and how much extra money should go to schools.