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Rep. Ilhan Omar Visits Afghan Evacuees At Fort McCoyThe Minnesota Democrat visited Wisconsin's Fort McCoy today. Thousands of people have called the base home for the past month. Omar came to the U.S. as a refugee herself and wants to make sure people get the support they need to adjust to life in America.
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WCCO Saturday Night Interview: Dr. Domingo Perez Discusses Cancers Among Hispanic WomenWCCO's Erin Hassanzadeh and Dr. Domingo Perez discuss growing concerns over cancers prevalent among Hispanic women.
Families Enjoy Warm September Weather At Joyer Adventure FarmsSaturday was a beautiful day that showed just how special fall in Minnesota can be.
6 P.M. Weather ReportTemperatures appear summer-like for the next few days reaching the 80s until Wednesday, after that things begin to cool again dropping into the 70s and some rain rolling in Friday.
Twin Cities Businesses Prepare for Fans Ahead of Sundays Vikings Home OpenerPafoua Yang talks to local businesses about preparing for the return of fans after a year of none due to COVID amid the Minnesota Vikings home opener.
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Learn More About The Bakken Museum’s 21+ EventThe Bakken Museum, alongside Bee Make Ska in Minneapolis, is taking full advantage of the weather this upcoming Thursday.
Lots Of Events At The Brainerd International Raceway For Your Minnesota StaycationKristi Copham, owner of the Brainerd International Raceway, shares what it’s been like hosting races and inviting fans back this summer.
Twin Cities Bridal Show Back At The RiverCentreIt’s been a busy summer of weddings after so many were pushed back during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re thinking of tying the knot soon, this can help get you started.
Morning Weather ReportIt’s a #Top10WxWeekend! Saturday is for the fall lovers, Sunday is for those who are clinging on to the last days of summer.
Get Fall Decor Inspiration At Bachman’sBachman’s Ideas and Inspiration tour is offering what’s on trend, and accessible ways to make small changes.
High School Sports Rally: Winning Teams & Winning Students At Fridley H.S.Mike Max profiles Justin Reese.
High School Sports Rally Feature Game: Watertown-Mayer Vs. Dassel-CokatoNorman Seawright III shares the showdown between two teams going into the game unbeaten.
High School Sports Rally: Friday Night HighlightsTonight's highlights start with two as-yet undefeated teams.
10 P.M. Weather ReportWCCO's Katie Steiner says that both Saturday and Sunday will feature the best of the seasons -- one day summer and the other autumn.
Vehicle Stolen With Dog InsideRichfield police say the 2021 black Chevy Malibu was left running outside a liquor store when someone took it.
Twin Cities Restaurant Debuts New Robot ServerThe industry is still down nearly 40,000 employees in Minnesota. To help tight staffing issues, one Twin Cities restaurant is getting creative.
6 P.M. Weather ReportWCCO's Katie Steiner says that this weekend is looking absolutely gorgeous.
High School Sports Rally Preview: Watertown-Mayer High SchoolNorman Seawright III previews this week's spotlight matchup.
Willmar Bands Together To Help Recent Widower With 3 KidsA western Minnesota community is supporting a local pastor and his young family after life took a tragic turn.
Crime From Nearby Homeless Camp Spills Over Into School PropertyThe encampment is near VOA High School around Franklin and Cedar avenues in South Minneapolis.
Argument Led To St. Paul Gas Station Shooting, Investigators SayA St. Paul man has been charged in connection to the fatal shooting of 22-year-old Jarrid Neadeau-Lyons on the city's east side on Thursday afternoon, marking St. Paul's 28th homicide of 2021.

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