The National College Players Association is speaking out along with a former employee who worked inside the Gopher program, reports Liz Collin (3:21). WCCO 4 News At 10 - May 19, 2021
Mid-Morning Headlines From Sept. 16, 2021An ex-police officer could be out of prison soon after his murder conviction was overturned, and the Minnesota Supreme Court is expected to decide within the next 24 hours whether or not a question about the future of Minneapolis police will remain on the ballot.
University Of St. Thomas Professor On Noor's Murder Conviction OverturnedUniversity Of St. Thomas Professor On Noor's Murder Conviction Overturned
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Sept. 16, 2021Good morning! Next week, England will join the U.S. and start offering COVID-19 vaccines to kids younger than 16. But the UK is going a step further: kids don’t need parental consent. Do you think this is a good idea?
Rusty's Reviews: 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye' & 'The Card Counter'Rusty Gatenby says there'll likely be Oscar buzz for Jessica Chastain for her performance as Tammy Faye.
Chalk Art To Fight Childhood CancerShayla Reaves speaks with Dr. Brenda Weigel about the fundraiser for M Health Fairview Masonic Children's Hospital.
Morning Headlines: Sept. 16, 2021Jason DeRusha reads about the cost of home building supplies and a new food hall in the Twin Cities.
Derek Chauvin To Be Arraigned For 2017 Civil Rights CaseThe former Minneapolis police officer is accused of violating the civil rights of a 14-year-old in 2017.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportForecaster Katie Steiner says Thursday will be hot and breezy with a chance of severe storms in the evening.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Sept. 16, 2021Here are the latest Minnesota headlines.
10 P.M. Weather ReportThunderstorms are possible Thursday night, and some could be severe.
In Kanabec County, You Can Walk Through A Minnesota-Shaped Pine ForestHow long do you think it would take to walk across Minnesota? The answer is about 5 minutes -- at least in Kanabec County.
Experts Warn Car Prices Could Climb Even HigherThis hurricane season could mean paying even more for a car.
After Another Assault, What’s Being Done To Keep Downtown Mpls. Safe?An assault on Nicollet Mall turned a public safety advocate into a victim.
Some Elective Surgeries On Hold As Minnesota Hospitals Face Staffing CrisisWCCO has learned hospitals across our state are dealing with their own emergency. A staffing emergency.
6 P.M. Weather ReportTemperatures rise slightly into the 80s over the weekend but drop into the 60s by Wednesday.
Chanhassen Named Best Place To Live In The CountryMoney Magazine has named Chanhassen the best place to live in the United States.
Minneapolis Teacher Killed By Automatic GunfireAnother round of automatic gunfire near 49th Street on Tuesday night killed a man known by many in north Minneapolis. He was in his vehicle and ended up in a ditch off I-94.
Mohamed Noor's Murder Conviction ReversedMohamed Noor’s murder conviction overturned. What happens next for the former Minneapolis police officer who killed Justine Ruszczyk Damond.
5 P.M. Weather ReportSome summer-like changes are on the way.
MN Supreme Court Weighs Future Of Power Within State’s Board Of PardonsOn Wednesday morning, the high court heard arguments in a case seeking to uphold a lower court ruling, which found the requirement that those seeking a pardon get unanimous approval from the board is unconstitutional.
Jamal Smith Makes First Court Appearance In Youth Baseball Coach ShootingThe Chicago man charged with murdering a youth baseball coach in the Twin Cities made his first appearance in court on Wednesday.
Mohamed Noor’s 3rd Degree Murder Charge OverturnedThe Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday reversed Mohamed Noor’s conviction of third-degree “depraved-mind murder” in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon Of Sept. 15, 2021Amelia Santaniello has the latest headlines.
ATF Says Auto Sears Are Becoming More Common In Twin CitiesThe sound of automatic gunfire is becoming all too common in some Twin Cities neighborhoods. That has the ATF actively searching for people who have devices that turn semi-automatic weapons into automatic weapons. Field agents are finding more of those devices being used in crimes across the state.