At noon on Tuesday, the state started scheduling appointments for COVID vaccines through a new pilot program. Christiane Cordero reports, Minnesota gets about 60,000 doses of the COVID vaccine per week, and the new phase includes people 65 years and older, plus childcare workers and educators. (2:25) WCCO 4 News At Noon - Jan. 19, 2021
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6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports a winter storm watch for northern Minnesota, a potential of 6 inches of snow.
A Reunion Four Decades In The MakingA Nebraska man returned to the Twin Cities to thank two people who saved his life.
40-Year-Old Cold Case ReopensA renewed push to find the person responsible for the murder of 81-year-old Myrtle Cole.
Man Died After Stabbing In St. PaulRamsey County prosecutors charged a man with murder after he allegedly stabbed another man for parking an SUV in front of his driveway.
Kim Potter Trial: Opening Statements Begin Next WeekOpening statements in the Kim Potter trial begin next week now that a jury has been selected.
5 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the snow heading to Minnesota this weekend.
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New Minneapolis Government Structure Takes EffectThe strong-mayor structure was approved by voters in the recent election.
Washburn Students Walk Out In Protest Over Sexual AssaultMore than 100 students walked out of class Friday to protest how the Minneapolis school is handling reports of sexual assault.
Looking Ahead In The Kim Potter TrialOn Friday, the jury selection process was completed. Opening statements are scheduled for next week.
More Twin Cities Businesses Requiring Proof Of VaccinationThis comes amid concern of the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and the discovery of the Omicron variant in Minnesota.
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Cute Video: Dog Returns Package To Delivery DriverWhen FedEx tried to drop off this package in Rogers, Minnesota, Nixon the pup quickly retrieved it and brought it back to the delivery driver.
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Noon Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak looks at where in Minnesota we could see snow over the next few days, and when.
Sneak Peek Of Metro Transit's Orange LineThe Orange Line is a Bus Rapid Transit line that connects Minneapolis, Richfield, Bloomington and Burnsville.
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Federal Medical Teams Arrive At HCMCStaff members there are getting help from what's being called the Joint Task Force Civil Support medical team.
Jury Selection Wraps In Potter TrialThe make-up of the jury is 7 white men, 4 white women, 2 Asian women and one black woman.
Top Entertainment Picks Around Town For DecemberA new musical at the Orpheum, the "Nutcracker" at the State Theatre, and the Beach Boys at Treasure Island are all among Phil Thompson's best bets for the month.
Spirit Free Cocktails For Those Not Drinking Over The HolidaysHaving a few drinks during the holiday season isn't unusual for many of us. But there are plenty of reasons why some choose not to and may be looking for alternatives, explains Danielle Goss from Kul Mocks Craft Mocktails.
St. Paul Ice Fishing And Winter Sports Show Is BackIt's the perfect event for people just itching to get out and enjoy the winter, John Nelson from Thorne Brothers explains.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Mike Augusytniak says more snow events are on track to impact Minnesota and Wisconsin into next week.
App Wants To Direct You To Holiday LightsWith this app, you can plan the perfect sightseeing route to experience your community’s celebratory spirit.