AMC Theaters say they might run out of money by the end of this year (2:35). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 14, 2020
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Home Town Home: Going Beyond Being A Head CoachMike Max reports on Park Center football coach Jordan Sallis and the importance of building relationships with players.
High School Sports Rally Featured Game: Monticello Vs. AndoverNorman Seawright III reports that the game started close, but Andover blew it wide open after some turnovers and touchdowns by receiver Sam Musungu.
High School Sports Rally: Highlights From Oct. 15, 2021Mike Max and Frank Vascellaro take a look at the big Friday night games across the metro.
10 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Katie Steiner reports on the freeze warnings and alerts in effect across Minnesota.
None Hurt After Shooting In Plymouth Movie TheaterPolice say someone wanted into the lobby of the Emagine Willow Creek theater and fired at least two shots.
7 Hurt In 3 Separate Minneapolis ShootingsThe shootings happened all within a 45 minute period.
Deadly St. Paul Bar Shooting Impacts Surrounding BusinessesBars on Seventh Street in St. Paul are unusually quiet on a Friday night, especially during a Minnesota Wild game. Businesses say it’s been that way ever since last weekend’s mass shooting.
MN DNR Warns Of Boating DeathsThe Minnesota DNR is warning recreationalists of the approaching cold water season after having the deadliest year of boating deaths since 2005.
U.S. Marshalls Wear Body-Cams After Winston Smith ShootingThe U.S. Marshalls office announced their commitment to wearing body cameras in response to the controversial Winston Smith shooting case.
Minnesota Experiences Home Care CrisisIn accordance to Gov. Tim Walz's announcement, healthcare systems agree they are in critical need of help as they experience a home health care crisis.
Fall Colors Are Peaking In Northwestern MNMinnesotans are enjoying the final fall colors as some areas trees reach their peak this week.
6 P.M. Weather ReportTemperatures stay cool in the 60s with a high of 73 on Monday and a high of 53 next Thursday.
Renewable Energy StoryFor Augustyniak / review
5 P.M. Weather ReportSome rain is falling in northern Minnesota and a frost advisory is in effect in southwestern Minnesota.
5-Year-Old Sells Pumpkins To Raise Money For OthersA pumpkin harvest in central Minnesota proves there is plenty of hope for the future.
Walz Taps MN National Guard To Help With Long-Term Care Staff ShortageGov. Tim Walz on Friday announced he would enlist the Minnesota National Guard to help with a long-term care staffing shortage that’s impacting hospitals ability to keep their bed availability under control.
U.S. Secretary Of Energy Visits MinnesotaJennifer Granholm met with senators and power company executives to get a better understanding of the issues facing our community.
Friends Of Autumn Merrick Honor Her MemoryAutumn Merrick was killed by stray gunfire as she stopped for a slushy on her way home from work. Her friends are now taking steps to continue her legacy of giving.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of Oct. 15, 2021Frank Vascellaro shares this afternoons latest digital headlines.
Noon Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak says this is likely the weekend to catch fall colors around the Twin Cities.
How To Tell When Raspberries Are Ripe For The PickingAt the YCMA Camp St. Croix, in Hudson Wisconsin, kids are learning where their food comes from, how it's grown and are awarded a free buffet, Rebecca Kolls explains.
Twin Cities Worker Dies In Forklift AccidentThe Hennepin County Medical Examiner says it happened Tuesday at Pioneer Paper Stock in Minneapolis.
Gov. Walz Announces Immediate Actions In Fight Against COVIDThe National Guard has played an essential role in states across the country including Minnesota in emergency response efforts to the pandemic. As cases rise and hospital beds fill up, they’re being called to act again.
Accused Highway 169 Shooter Jamal Smith Indicted On 1st-Degree Murder Charges, Bail RaisedJamal Smith, the man accused in the shooting death of youth baseball coach Jay Boughton, was indicted by a Hennepin County Grand Jury on Thursday for first-degree murder. Katie Johnston reports.