The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down family court across the country, which is affecting foster children, their parents, and their caregivers, Elise Preston reports (2:10). WCCO 4 News At Noon - August 6, 2020
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Morning Update: 1 Year Since Aniya Allen Death, Pentagon Officials Discuss UFOs & MoreIt’s been 1 year since the death of 6-year-old Aniya Allen in Mpls, Pentagon officials discuss UFOs with congress, and more.
Driver Gets Stuck In Concrete In Rochester While Fleeing PoliceA road construction project in Rochester will take a little longer than expected after a vehicle plowed through the newly poured concrete on Monday.
4 Things To Know From May 18, 2022Here are four things you need to know today.
Do You Qualify For State Mortgage Assistance?Behind on your mortgage? The state is giving away nearly $110 million in help.
Crash Closed Anoka's Main Street For Hours Wednesday MorningMultiple ambulances and fire trucks responded just before midnight.
1 Year After Her Shooting Death, Family Will Remember 6-Year-Old Aniya AllenToday family and friends of Aniya Allen will come together to mark one year since her death and continue calling for justice.
6 A.M. Next Weather ReportWednesday is starting off fairly quiet, but isolated storms could develop this afternoon.
State Has Millions To Help Pay Mortgages; Do You Qualify?State officials believe 25,000 households could use this money, but there's only enough for about 7,000.
Serious Crash Leaves Anoka's Main Street Covered In DebrisA large number of emergency personnel responded to the overnight crash.
Multiple Ambulances Respond To Crash In AnokaAn apparently serious car crash happened on West Main Street in Anoka.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of May 18, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
4:30 A.M. Next Weather ReportYou may see some drizzle Wednesday morning, and isolated storms are possible in the afternoon.
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportWednesday will bring a mix of sun and clouds, as well as slightly warmer temperatures.
Star-Studded VeeCon Coming To MinneapolisIt may well be the glitziest thing to happen to Minneapolis since the pandemic began -- bringing people from around the world, and celebrities like Deepak Chopra and Snoop Dogg.
Good Question: What Are The Benefits Of Ramp Meters?It's a part of your commute that might seem like it's slowing you down. But in reality, it's speeding things up and keeping you safe.
The Cost Of Minneapolis Police Conduct PayoutsAn excessive force settlement is costing Minneapolis $1.5 million, but it's taxpayers who will foot the bill.
Some MN Lakeside Destinations Threatened By FloodingAt least 10 Minnesota rivers are overflowing right now – but rivers aren’t the only problem.
6 P.M. Next Weather ReportParts of Minnesota will get some afternoon showers Wednesday.
Decorated Cannon Falls EMT Looks Back At 44-Year CareerOne of the most decorated paramedics in the country lives in Minnesota. Brenda Voshalike is the longest-serving paramedic in her community, working 44 years for the city of Cannon Falls.
MN Accepting Applications For $110M In Struggling Homeowner AssistanceAre you among those in Minnesota currently behind on your mortgage payments? The state is giving away nearly $110 million in help.
Four Groups Of Kayakers Rescued In Stearns CountyThe water is running too high, and too fast, on many lakes and rivers in central Minnesota. It’s creating dangerous conditions for boaters and kayakers.
5 P.M. Next Weather ReportSome rain is making its way through southern Minnesota, and Thursday will be a Next Weather Alert Day.
State Lawmakers Finalizing Education Funding PlansAt the capitol, state lawmakers are sprinting to finish the end of the session.
North Minneapolis Bakery Robbed Less Than 24 Hours After OpeningA new bakery featuring foods from a north Minneapolis entrepreneur was robbed just 24 hours after it opened.