A new app is being designed to create a space where people of color can be "Plugged" the Black community, reports Reg Chapman (2:06). WCCO 4 News At 6 - August 6, 2020
Tips For Maintaining Indoor Greenery During Deepest WinterRebecca Kolls shares some secrets about how often you should be watering your houseplants.
Now Playing At Stages In Hopkins: 'The North Star'Stages Theater's artistic director Sandy Boren-Barrett shares a preview of the show.
All About PlankingThe plank is one of the most all-inclusive exercises you can do, targeting your core, upper body and lower body, fitness expert Ali Holman explains.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says that the extreme cold is expected to return mid-week.
The 5 Rules Of Wheelchair EtiquetteThe advice from a disability rights advocate are simple but direct.
When You Click, You Speak Faster, Study FindsGraduate students found out that those people who click, respond to each other faster in conversations.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Jan. 24, 2022We're following a developing story out of Milwaukee where now six people have been found dead at a home.
CBS News MN Morning Update: Treat YourselfHeather Brown shares the latest headlines and updates, and asks our viewers whether they treat themselves after eating healthy all day.
Federal Trial For 3 Ex-Officers Charged In George Floyd's Death Gets Underway MondayTou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng are accused of violating Floyd's civil rights.
Monday Morning Commute Could Be Slowed By SnowWe've got a live look at road conditions.
6 A.M. Weather ReportTemperatures will drop steadily Monday, setting up Tuesday as the coldest day of the week.
Opening Statements Start Monday In Federal Trial Of Ex-Officers Charged In George Floyd’s DeathThe Justice Department says Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng failed to act when a fellow officer knelt on Floyd's neck, killing him.
Fresh Round Of Snow Could Cause Trouble For CommutersMarielle Mohs is live in our Mobile Weather Lab with a look at the roads.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Jan. 24, 2022Heather Brown has the latest headlines.
5 A.M. Weather ReportIt's cold and getting colder, with a wind chill advisory set to take effect Monday night for much of the state.
Wild’s Dumba Talks ‘Tape Out Hate’ CampaignMinnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba says he’s encourages by the positive response to the Hockey Diversity Alliance’s ongoing mission to eliminate racism in the sport.
10 P.M. Weather ReportAfter Sunday's light snow fall, another frigid week ahead.
Talking Points: Opening Statements In Trial Of Officers In Floyd’s Death Start MondayThe trial of three former officers accused in George Floyd's death gets underway Monday in federal court in St. Paul.
Minneapolis’ James Hong, 92, To Get Star Hollywood Walk Of FameJames Hong, one of Hollywood’s most prolific actors, talked with “CBS' Sunday Morning” about his early childhood in Minneapolis.
Liquor Store Worker Shot By Shoplifter In St. PaulA St. Paul liquor store employee is in stable condition after being shot twice in the abdomen while confronting a shoplifter Sunday afternoon.
U.S. Pond Hockey Tournament Kicks Off In MinneapolisHundreds of competitors and fans braved below-zero temperatures to celebrate the finale of the U.S. Pond Hockey Tournament’s opening weekend Sunday.
Dozens Of Afghan Families Heading To Minnesota For New LivesMore than 700 Afghan refugees have come to Minnesota since last summer, and another 250 will arrive between now and the end of February after their stays on military bases.
Domestic Violence Interventionists Highlight Resources After Women Murdered In St. PaulIt was a deadly weekend in St. Paul. Police are investigating two separate homicides that left two women dead. Both are believed to have stemmed from domestic violence.
WCCO Evening Digital Update: January 23, 2022Another clipper system will drop light snow across Minnesota Sunday night, then more bitter cold follows.