As of 9 a.m. Tuesday, the First and Second Congressional Districts in Minnesota have yet to be called, Christiane Cordero reports (3:05) WCCO 4 Mid-Morning — Nov. 4, 2020
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MN Skateboarder Travels Across New Zealand To Combat Human Trafficking In His Native VietnamA Minnesota man on a mission to skateboard from one end of New Zealand to the other to raise money for an important cause crossed the finish line Thursday night.
Large Tech Conference, VeeCon, Underway In MinneapolisOne of the largest tech conferences in the country is underway in Minneapolis.
Morning Update: May 20, 2022We’re checking out yesterday’s hail videos, Valleyfair opens for the season, the country’s largest art studio tour is back, and more
Metro Transit Police Investigating Fatal Shooting At Downtown St. Paul Light Rail StationThree men are dead following a series of separate shootings in St. Paul overnight, with one of them impacting METRO Green Line service Friday morning.
3 Dead In Separate St. Paul Shootings, METRO Green Line Service DisruptedThree men are dead following a series of separate shootings in St. Paul overnight, with one of them impacting METRO Green Line service Friday morning.
5 A.M. Weather ReportRiley O'Connor has the latest weather forecast Friday morning.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of May 20, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest digital headlines.
Developing: 2 Homicides In St. Paul OvernightPolice are investigating two separate homicides in St. Paul overnight.
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportCooler temperatures will prevail over the next week.
Good Question: Are You Burned Out?A new study found two-thirds of working parents are burned out.
For Decades, Wolf Center Has Been Family Passion ProjectIn 1976, the federal government set up a research project in Minnesota to learn more about wolves.
Como Park H.S. Student About To Take FlightAlex Le will walk away from the program this summer with his FAA private pilot's license.
2 Killed In Robbinsdale ShootingIt happened near the intersection of County Road 81 and 36th Avenue. Officers found a man and a woman dead inside a car.
Viewers Share Large Hail PhotosThe south and southeast corner of the state had the highest risk for severe weather this evening.
8 P.M. Next Weather ReportThe severe weather threat is diminishing as the evening goes on.
Legacy Hoops To Open New Location In WoodburyOn June 3, Legacy Hoops, formerly known as 43 Hoops, will open its new location in Woodbury with a basketball tournament that same day.
6 P.M. Next Weather ReportStorms are making their way through southeastern Minnesota, and after that, temps will drop overnight.
Take A Look Inside The USS Minneapolis-St. PaulA new warship is in Duluth over the weekend and WCCO-TV got a sneak peek at its capabilities.
Sports Betting Bill Heads To Minnesota Senate Floor For VoteState lawmakers took another step towards legalizing sports betting in Minnesota.
Hennepin Co. Sheriff Dave Hutchinson Takes ‘Indefinite’ Leave Of AbsenceA spokesperson for the sheriff’s department says Hutchinson is taking a leave of absence. He’ll be gone for the “indefinite future” for “health related reasons.”
Hail Rolls Through Through Twin CitiesHail fell in the Twin Cities on Thursday afternoon.
Thursday Is Mental Health Action DayNew research from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services shows a significant increase in the number of children diagnosed with mental health conditions.
5 P.M. Next Weather ReportTornado watches are in effect for a large area of southeastern Minnesota until 10 p.m.
Ex-Viking Works To Provide College Aid For Single ParentsAnthony and Lori Barr founded Raise the Barr. The mother and son are helping single parents escape generational poverty through education.