Jason DeRusha and Heather Brown talk with Angelo Giovanis, owner of The Naughty Greek in St. Paul (3:34). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 14, 2021
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.
Get Your Fill Of Fall At Sever'sSever’s Fall Festival in Shakopee features fun activities for the whole family, along with delicious fall products, Nicola Peterson explains.
VocalEssence Previews 'Hope Lives Here'The popular local group VocalEssence is back with live music this weekend.
Roseline's Candles Opens In Nordeast MinneapolisRoseline Friedrich, founder of Roseline's Candles, has picked up more than a dozen wholesale accounts and has also opened up her own store.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says the weekend looks to bring seasonable temperatures and sunshine.
Behind-The-Scenes Of U.S. Bank Stadium's 'Snow'It's the newest part of the Vikings pregame show at U.S. Bank Stadium -- "snow" that falls on the crowds below.
Adele Drops New SongThe Grammy Award-winning singer dropped the emotional ballad ahead of her new album next month.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Oct. 15, 2021Police say six people were shot in three separate shootings, all happening within 45 minutes of each other. And a group of students are alright after their canoes flipped during a field trip.
Meet The Expert: Cougar Predicts Sunday's Vikings GameAndrea and Jasper are picking the Panthers to beat the Vikings on Sunday.
Morning Headlines: Oct. 15, 2021East Metro golf courses on the upswing, writes Bob Shaw in the Pioneer Press. And the older millennials, ages 31 to 40, are moving to suburbs or subdivisions.
State Reports 6 Flu Outbreaks In Schools, Care FacilitiesMeanwhile, on Friday, state health leaders will announce a number of new measures to tackle hospital capacity worries.
It's National Cheese Curd DaySuzanne Fanning explains the history, variety and gestalt of the locally legendary cheese curd.
5 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says that temperatures should be seasonable over the weekend.
Half Dozen People Recovering After 3 Separate Minneapolis Shootings In 45 MinutesWithin 45 minutes Thursday night in Minneapolis, at least six people were shot in three separate incidents, according to police.
Zoo Elephants Smash PumpkinsThe Portland Zoo lets their elephant family have some fall fun and get to stomping.
Prince William Shares Choice Words About Climate ChangeWilliam made the comments ahead of a climate summit next month in Scotland.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of Oct. 15, 2021Jason DeRusha shares the latest headlines and story updates.
10 P.M. Weather ReportThursday and Friday will feel like typical mid-October days, but a brief return to the 70s is heading our way.
How Do They Make It Snow Inside U.S. Bank Stadium?Just before the Vikings players take the field at U.S. Bank Stadium, little pieces of white stuff fall from above. It’s the newest part of the Vikings pre-game show: fake snow.
Wisconsin Town Dedicated To Protecting Jayme ClossThe murder-and-kidnapping case rocked a small northwestern Wisconsin community. This Friday marks three years since James and Denise Closs died in a brutal break-in and a stranger abducted their daughter Jayme, who broke free from captivity 88 days later.