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10 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports rain fall for Wednesday morning and night.
Has Rush Hour Traffic In The Twin Cities Returned To Pre-Pandemic Levels?The morning and evening commutes around the metro are slowing down with traffic jams.
Wisconsin Leader Accused Of Stealing WaterThe leader of a Wisconsin village is in hot water, accused of messing with the meter on his home.
'Our Hearts Are Broken': Twin Cities Pastor Killed By Driver In RosemountThe bicyclist who was stuck and killed by a vehicle in Rosemount Monday has been identified as a Burnsville pastor. Father Denny Dempsey was the pastor at Church of the Risen Savior. He also spent 15 years at Church of St. Dominic in Northfield.
If Minneapolis Voters Choose To Replace The Police Department, What Happens Next?Public safety in Minneapolis could be in for a massive overhaul.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the rain in the forecast.
Minneapolis Landlord Sounds Alarm Over Package TheftsThe landlord began putting up posters after the same thief repeatedly struck one of his apartment buildings.
Tim Pawlenty, Tim Walz Get COVID BoostersGov. Tim Walz (a Democrat) got a Moderna shot and former Gov. Tim Pawlenty (a Republican) got another shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Changes Coming For Phillips Eye InstituteThe referral center is moving to another building, which will result in the reduction of staff.
2021 Election: What's At Stake For The Minneapolis Park & Recreation BoardThis low-profile city race will have a big impact on the community.
Man, 2 Boys Injured In Minneapolis ShootingThe shooting happened Tuesday just south of downtown.
5 P.M. Weather ReportA windy night is on the way for Minnesota.
U.S. Soccer Player Carli Lloyd Plays Final Game At Allianz FieldTuesday night is Carli Lloyd’s last game with the U.S. Women’s National Team.
MN Colleges Offering More Financial Aid As College Enrollment DeclinesIn the past decade, enrollment at American universities and colleges is down 2.6 million students, or 13%. Over the next 10 years, it's expected to fall another 11% to 15%.
Walz, Pawlenty Receive COVID Booster ShotsGov. Tim Walz and former Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty get their COVID-19 booster shots.
2 Juveniles, 1 Man Hurt In Mpls. Drive-By ShootingMinneapolis police are investigating a triple shooting Tuesday south of downtown that involves two young victims.
Twin Cities Woman Dead After Hit-And-RunA Twin Cities wife and mother is dead after a driver hit her and took off while she was out walking her dog.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon Of Oct. 26, 2021Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
Protest Over 'Unethically High' Drug PricesThe group was demonstrating Tuesday outside the UnitedHealth corporate office, specifically protesting the high cost of prescription drugs for people with HIV/AIDs.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the rain heading to Minnesota this week.
None Hurt In Brooklyn Center House FireThe fire appeared to have destroyed an attached garage before spreading to the house.
Quick & Healthy Halloween Snacks To Counter The CandyAmy Petersen, Coborn’s supermarket dietitian, shows some healthy alternatives.
Make Sure Your Fireplace Is Ready For WinterChris Kadlec with Fireside Hearth & Home shares some tips before winter sets in.
Advice For Getting Over The Retirement 'Scaries'Bruce Helmer from Wealth Enhancement Group shares some advice for those approaching retirement.

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