A study by the non-profit group Parents Together found screen time during the pandemic has increased 500% for nearly half of the families that responded. But what effect does all of that extra screen time have on our kids? WCCO’s Kate Raddatz spoke to an expert to find out, (2:07). WCCO 4 News at 6 – September 22, 2020
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Recycling Space Satellites?That's just one of the ideas in the works as more and more companies seek to make an impact in outer space.
Lake Harriet Kite FestivalThe festival Saturday filled the sky with colorful kites and brought people together.
Right To Life MarchThousands went to Washington D.C. over the weekend to march against abortion.
10 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows says Sunday morning will be frigid, feeling like 20 degrees below zero in Minneapolis.
Champions Crowned In Snowsculpting ChampionshipsA Canadian team took home the top honors from the event in Stillwater.
What Are Ice Quakes?The noises, most often coming from the foundation or roof of your home, have a simple explanation.
Man With COVID Dies After Legal Battle Over VentilatorA Buffalo man who had been battling COVID-19 on a ventilator has died days after he was moved to a Texas hospital amid a legal battle between his family and a Minnesota health care system.
7 St. Paul Schools Moving To Distance LearningSt. Paul Public Schools said a number of its schools will start the week with distance learning.
Another Bar Closes In UptownFollowing a shooting this week, Williams Pub and Peanut Bar says it's closing indefinitely.
2 Hospitalized Following Shooting At Funeral LuncheonMinneapolis police are searching for the shooter.
2 Teens Arrested In Twin Cities Carjacking SpreeSome residents in the metro are hoping streets will be safer following the recent arrests.
Saturday Evening Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on dangerous cold in northern Minnesota and snow in southern Minnesota.
WCCO Digital Update: Evening Of Jan. 22, 2022Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
4 Things To Do Today: Jan. 22, 2022Here are four things you can do today.
Vocal Groups Come Together For Concert At Orchestra HallCantus and Chanticleer are collaborating for a concert at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis.
Preparations Underway For St. Paul Winter CarnivalFriday is the 136th St. Paul Winter Carnival.
Morning Weather ReportThe metro area picked up an inch or less of snow overnight, and even though there will be some drier periods throughout the weekend, roads will be slick due to more snow and chill temps.
Harmon Killebrew’s Legacy At Crescent CoveCrescent Cove is the only respite and hospice home of its kind in Minnesota, and the cause was important to legendary Twins player Harmon Killebrew.
Woman Killed In St. Paul HomicidePolice in St. Paul are investigating the city’s fourth homicide of 2022.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of Jan. 22, 2022Here are your latest headlines from WCCO.com.
Maxwell Woods' Drive To CompeteThe high school sophomore is a standout in both basketball and football. Mike Max explains the story behind his competitor's spirit.
Hopkins Girls Basketball Take On Best Team In The CountryRen Clayton reports on how the No. 3 ranked team performed against the top girls basketball squad in the country.
High School Sports Rally: Boys Basketball Highlights From Jan. 21, 2022Mike Max recaps some marquee matchups in Minnesota boys basketball.
10 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the snow in the weekend forecast.