Fitness expert Ali Holman explains (4:28). WCCO Mid-Morning - April 12, 2021
10 P.M. Weather ReportThere is the chance for some snowflakes in the extended forecast.
Good Question: How Did Minnesota Get Its Lakes?The whole process actually began 2-and-a-half million years ago. Back then, glaciers covered major parts of what is now the U.S. Over time, they would recede, come back, recede, and so on.
Some Of 'Santa's Elves' Helping TLC Toys Distribute GiftsThere's a toy factory of sorts out in Ramsey, Minnesota that whips-up creations that would make Santa's elves green with envy.
Vaccines Key To Curbing COVID As Omicron Arrives, Experts SayDr. Matt Binnicker with Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic says it's likely more widespread than what's reported.
6 P.M. Weather ReportHighs early next week are expected to be chilly, in the low 20s.
Minnesota Zoo's Holiday 'Nature Illuminated' LaunchesThe Apple Valley zoo is featuring multiple illuminated displays for the holidays.
Hospice Launched In St. Paul Marks 80 YearsWhen a group of Dominican Hawthorne nuns opened the place now known as Our Lady of Peace, they worked in wards. Only curtains separated patients. But as the years passed, the amenities got better and so did the care.
3 More Jurors Seated, Only 2 More NeededThe morning started with three potential Kim Potter trial jurors being dismissed for cause, but then a father in his 40s who was critical of both Potter's and Wright's actions got seated.
Air Force Team Arrives To Help Taxed St. Cloud HospitalFederal medical teams are providing support during the surge of COVID-19 cases and ongoing hospital staffing shortages.
What We Know About Minnesota's Omicron CaseThe man had traveled to New York City to attend an Anime convention. He developed mild symptoms on Nov. 22, tested positive on Nov. 24, and was advised to isolate.
5 P.M. Weather ReportSome light snow could make its way through the Twin Cities on Thursday afternoon and evening. It’ll be just enough to wet the pavement, and temperatures will jump up again on Friday.
Minneapolis Establishes Commission On Community Safety To Curb CrimeThe Commission of Community Safety will include prominent community leaders and frequent critics of Jacob Frey.
Kim Potter Trial: 3 Jurors Seated ThursdayThursday saw the fewest number of jurors seated of all three days so far, bringing the total to 12. Two more need to be seated to complete the process.
Minnesota Confirms COVID Omicron CaseMinnesota is the second state to confirm a case of the Omicron variant. The Minnesota Department of Health says it was detected in a man in Hennepin County who had traveled to New York.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon of Dec. 2, 2021Frank Vascellaro shares the latest headlines and updates.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Mike Augustyniak looks at a few snow-makers headed toward Minnesota.
2 Deadly Shooting In North MinneapolisThe shootings mark the 90th and 91th homicides of the year.
Omicron Variant Confirmed In MinnesotaHealth officials say a resident recently traveled to New York City for a convention and started feeling symptoms the day after.
Mid-Morning Weather ReportRiley O'Connor has the latest forecast Thursday morning.
Women Driving Innovation In The Twin Cities Food SceneJason DeRusha heads to Spoon and Stable to meet the next generation of top chefs and bartenders.
COVID In MN: 1st Case Of Omicron Variant Detected In StateThe Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed that the COVID-19 Omicron variant has been detected for the first time in the state. Katie Johnston reports.
Help Trim WCCO's Community Tree -- For A Good CauseHome For The Holidays: On Wednesday evening, WCCO lit up the Community Tree! We are asking viewers to donate ornaments to decorate the tree, which will eventually be delivered to MACV’s transitional homes in time for Christmas. More details: wcco.com/holidays
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Dec. 2, 2021The White House just announced a new plan to fight a possible COVID winter surge. | Feedback question: What's your favorite holiday cookie or treat?
Rusty's Review: 'Get Back'Rusty Gatenby reviews Peter Jackson's new three-part, eight-hour documentary on the Beatles.