With negotiations to reinstate federal help stalled, President Donald Trump signed an executive order today giving unemployed Americans an extra $400 per week, Erin Hassanzadeh reports (2:43). WCCO 4 News at 10 – August 8, 2020
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Nurses Strike Enters Day 2 At Allina Health Clinic In PlymouthA suburban emergency room and urgent care remains closed Monday as 50 nurses are on strike.
Crash On Railroad Tracks Closes Highway 14 In Both Directions Near OwatonnaA stretch of a highway near Owatonna is closed in both directions following a crash Monday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
Make This DIY Green Cleaning Cocktail At HomeThis concoction is made from ingredients from the kitchen cupboard and of course with a garden twist.
Twin Cities Man Accused Of Operating Private Airport In Field Behind His HomeA Twin Cities man is facing charges after allegedly carving a runway into a field behind his home and using it as a private airport. Katie Johnston reports.
Feedback: What's The Worst Halloween Handout?Kids love to trick or treat, but sometimes the treat isn't exactly what's wanted.
Twin Cities Film Fest Returns In Hybrid FormJatin Setia, the executive director of Twin Cities Film Fest, joins the Mid-Morning crew to talk about this year’s festival.
Insider Fitness TipsDo you ever wish you had a personal fitness consultant that would let you in on the real deal of what to do and what not to do when it comes to fitness?
9 A.M. Weather ReportThe Twin Cities will hit the mid 70s by this afternoon.
Survey Shows Most Want Experiences Instead Of GiftsPeople are starting to get a jump on holiday shopping. A new survey sheds light on what many people want.
Women Leading 'The Great Resignation'Americans are quitting their jobs by the millions.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Oct. 18, 2021Former Joint Chiefs chairman and secretary of state Colin Powell has died from COVID-19 complications.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Oct. 18, 2021❇️ A Minneapolis school damaged during last summer's unrest has reopened nearly a year and a half later. ❇️ With the holiday travel season expected to be busy, we’re asking: are you traveling for the holidays?
6 A.M. Weather ReportThe workweek kicks off with a couple of warm days, but a cooldown is coming.
Everything You Need To Know About Holiday TravelEarly predictions say the airports will be busier than last year, and airfares could be up around 20%, too.
Local Leaders Push To Get More Kids VaccinatedThis afternoon, Gov. Walz will be joined by state health and education leaders to talk about getting more 12- to 17-year-olds vaccinated.
State Leaders To Visit St. Paul School To Promote VaccinationThe governor and health leaders are hoping to reach more parents and convince them to get their families the COVID-19 shot.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Oct. 18, 2021Heather Brown has the latest headlines.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportWe have a couple more warm days before a midweek transition to cooler weather.
Police: At Least 1 Dead At Hopkins Apartment BuildingHopkins Police say they’re investigating a homicide at an apartment complex Sunday night.
10 P.M. Weather ReportThe first couple days of the work week will be unseasonably warm, but fall-like temps aren't far behind.
American Missionaries Held Hostage In HaitiWCCO talks with a Minnesotan from Port-au-Prince about her birth country’s struggles, and hopes for its future.
Mass Casualty Simulation Helps Nat'l Guard, Children's Minnesota Practice Treating KidsAn emergency can happen at a moment's notice, and treating kids can be quite different than helping adults.
Nurses At Plymouth's WestHealth Finish 1st Day Of StrikeA Twin Cities ER and urgent care will remain closed Monday as 50 of its nurses strike.
1-On-1 With Legendary QB Jim McMahonMike Max sits down with the man who played quarterback for the Packers, the Bears and the Minnesota Vikings.