A few miles away from where Derek Chauvin is on trial, “uncertainty" is keeping some business owners awake at night., reports Shayla Reaves (2:24). WCCO 4 News At 6 - March 29, 2021
Why Most St. Paul Diners Won’t Need To Show Vax StatusChange is on the menu for many Twin Cities restaurants, with requirements starting Wednesday for customers to either have a vaccine or a negative COVID test. However, a little-known rule is adding to confusion for spots in St. Paul.
Trampoline Park Aims To Help Action Sports Athletes Hone New SkillsThe facility is only open to action sports athletes who are looking to advance their skills.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on how long this cold snap will last.
Snow Sculpting Championships In StillwaterNine teams from five countries will spend three days carving blocks of snow into creative workers.
Minnesota Suing 2 Companies Over COVID TestingMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says the two companies took to long to return test results and falsified information.
Hennepin County Workers File Intent To StrikeThousands of social services and clerical workers say they want better wages, remote work benefits and COVID protections.
What Wastewater Reveals About Omicron In MinnesotaResearchers say the data suggests that the Omicron peak could already have been reached in the Twin Cities.
Restaurants Make Changes As Vaccine Rule Goes Into EffectSome restaurants said they had to change their entire business model to make things work.
5 P.M. Weather ReportChilly temps are here to stay for a few days, according to WCCO Meteorologist Chris Shaffer.
Emergency Medical Teams Arrive In Minnesota For COVID ReliefMinnesota hospitals continue to face a care crisis, with too many patients and not enough staff.
Twin Cities Businesses Adjust To Vaccine RulesWednesday is the first day that you need to prove that you’ve been vaccinated for COVID-19 or show a negative test result before you can get in to some places in Minnesota and St. Paul.
Federal Civil Rights Trial Set To Begin Thursday For 3 Ex-MPD Officers In George Floyd’s DeathOn Thursday the federal civil rights trial of three former Minneapolis police officers in the death of George Floyd gets underway in St. Paul.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon Of Jan. 19, 2022Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports frigid wind chill and when Minnesotans could see snow later this week.
MnDOT's Name A Plow Contest ReturnsSome of the names this year include "Betty Whiteout" and "Plowin' In The Wind."
Man Arrested In Connection To St. Paul HomicideA 31-year-old man was arrested for the fatal shooting Tuesday night in the Frogtown neighborhood.
Vaccine Rules Go Into Effect In Minneapolis, St. PaulThose heading out to bars and restaurants will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.
How You Can Eat Burgers For A Good CausePaul Fletcher from Cities 97 explains.
New Book Shares A 'Celebration Of Nordic Skiing'Ryan Rodgers talks about his new book, "Winter's Children."
How To Become More Resilient, Even During A PandemicDr. Kirsten Lind Seal talks about the four things you should do to increase your resiliency.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says that temperatures have now taken a turn for the colder.
Unpacking The Latest Advice For COVID & KidsThe CDC recently updated its mask guidelines to more clearly explain that the public can use respirator masks, Dr. Gigi Chawla explains.
Wisconsin Among Best States To Drive ThroughWallethub has released its list of best and worst states to drive in for 2022.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Jan. 19, 2022Police say neighbors may have information about a deadly shooting near downtown St. Paul that left one man dead.