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Vikings Back To Showing Up For KidsAfter years of pandemic restrictions, the Minnesota Vikings are back out connecting with people in Minnesota.
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the rounds of severe storms expected to roll over Minnesota during the next 48 hours.
Book Drive & Giveaway In MinneapolisThe Network of Development of Children of African Descent hosted a book giveaway Saturday outside its Minneapolis campus.
FDA Investigating Hepatitis Outbreak Linked To Organic StrawberriesAccording to federal officials, people reported getting sick after eating the strawberries in Minnesota, California and Canada.
What To Do When Severe Weather Strikes While BoatingExperts say the best advice is to plan ahead and check the forecast before you head on the water.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon Of May 28, 2022Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
6 P.M. Next Weather ForecastMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the severe weather threat over the next two days .
Fort Snelling Renovations Honor The Land's 10,000-Year HistoryMany of the changes celebrate the 10,000-year history of this historic land well before Fort Snelling was even built.
Thai New Year Celebration In St. PaulThe Songkran Festival is happened this weekend at the Minnesota State Capitol.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed In St. PaulA pedestrian was struck and killed in a crash early Saturday morning.
Man Stabbed In MinneapolisThe victim suffered serious injuries and was rushed to a hospital.
Randolph Memorial Event For Eli HartNearly 100 people honored the life and legacy of six-year-old Eli Hart in the town where he spent nearly one year of his life in a foster home.
4 Things To Do For May 28, 2022The Minnesota Songkran Festival will fill the Minnesota State Capitol grounds with amazing performances, artwork and authentic cuisine.
How To Make Beer Can ChickenBrad Glynn, co-founder and VP of marketing at Lift Bridge, explains the summery recipe.
World's Biggest Bounce House Lands In Twin CitiesThe Big Bounce America tour is in St. Louis Park for the next two weekends, tour manager Trisha Leach explains.
Fort Snelling Reopens, With Some ImprovementsFort Snelling had been closed for repairs and important improvements for the last two years.
Morning Headlines From May 28, 2022Hundreds gathered in Mound last night for a vigil in Eli Hart's honor. One week ago, police found Hart's body in the trunk of his mother's car.
8 A.M. Next Weather ReportMike Augustyniak breaks down the details of a back-to-back Next Weather Alert day scenario, for Sunday and Monday.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of May 28, 2022Jennifer Mayerle shares the latest headlines and updates.
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows says the weekend could bring a number of storms.
Hundreds Gather To Mourn Eli HartOne week ago today, police found 6-year-old Hart's body in the trunk of his mother's car.
Home Team: 82-Year-Old Umpire Bill PetersonWhenever Peterson shows up at a game, he puts on a show.
6 P.M. Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows says that Sunday is looking to be a Next Weather Alert day.
You Can Rent A Beehive For Your BackyardNow that spring is in full bloom and our gardens are picking up steam, some are turning their backyards into bee havens.