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COVID In MN: Feds To Convert Several Testing Sites To Provide Antiviral TreatmentThe White House is taking steps to make the antiviral treatment Paxlovid more accessible as it projects COVID-19 infections will continue to spread over the summer travel season.
Morning Update: Gas Prices, COVID Antiviral Treatment Coming To MN & MoreFederal workers will be making an antiviral treatment available at MN COVID testing sites, gas prices could get even worse, and more
4 Things To Know From May 26, 2022Rising gas prices, the White House is taking steps to make an antiviral COVID-19 treatment more accessible and more.
Minnesota Aurora FC Preps For First MatchIt should be a dry evening to sit outside and watch Minnesota Aurora take on the Green Bay Glory in Eagan.
Memorial Day Travel May Cost More This YearWe're headed into Memorial Day weekend so that means it's time to pack up your suitcase and start emptying your pockets.
Minnesota's 2021 Teacher Of The Year Receives National AwardNatalia Benjamin is from Rochester and was just in Washington to meet leaders like Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
6 A.M. Next Weather ReportIt's a cloudy start to the day, but we'll stay dry and see some sunshine later on.
Minnesota Aurora FC Plays First Home Game ThursdayMinnesota Aurora plays its first match tonight at TCO Stadium in Eagan.
Gas Prices Rise Ahead Of Memorial Day TravelMany Americans are packing up, getting ready to head out for the holiday weekend. If that's you, pack some extra cash.
Ellen's Last Show Airs ThursdayIt's the end of an era in daytime TV.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of May 26, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
4:30 A.M. Next Weather ReportWe'll dry out and warm up a little bit on Thursday.
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the gorgeous start in store for Memorial Day weekend.
Southern Minnesota Ghost Town Still Attracting Summer VisitorsIt was once a thriving community in our state. Now, Forestville’s population is zero. But its buildings remain, attracting visitors all summer long.
Gov. Tim Walz Signs 'Free The Growler' BillThe new law allows bigger Minnesota breweries to sell growlers on site, and it also allows smaller breweries to sell six-packs to go.
George Floyd Street Sign Unveiled At 38th And ChicagoThe intersection of 38th Street and Chicago Avenue is seemingly like any other intersection in south Minneapolis. But where those two roads meet and what happened at that spot changed not only the intersection itself, but the course of history.
Making Sense Of A Senseless School ShootingWhile authorities have yet to release the names of the 19 children and two adults killed in the Texas school shooting, we are learning more about the victims.
Eric Chiles Is Sole Club Pro From Minnesota At Senior PGA ChampionshipEric Chiles, the director of instruction at the Chaska Town Course, couldn't believe it when he qualified for this week's senior PGA Championship.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports that Friday will be a Top 10 Weather Day.
'Our Entire Neighborhood Is A Disaster'Dozens of homeowners in St. Louis Park are still cleaning up from flooding days after a water main break.
Ettinger To Face Finstad In 1st District ElectionWCCO-TV's Esme Murphy takes a look at the primary winners and outlines what's next in the race.
Minnesota Who Experienced Columbine Set To Help UvaldeBloomington Public Schools Emergency Management and Communications Director Rick Kaufman knows the pain of experiencing a school shooting firsthand.
Pastor Reflects On Minneapolis 2 Years After George Floyd's DeathGeorge Floyd's murder reopened old wounds about policing in Minneapolis, and it left the city with new scars after nights of unrest and rioting.
Longfellow Neighbors Vote Overwhelmingly To Transform MPD 3rd Precinct Building Into Something NewNeighbors are speaking up about the future of the abandoned, burned and barricaded Third Precinct.