Norman Seawright talks with a 12-year-old ten-time Junior Olympic sprinter, seen in a recent viral video running effortlessly on a treadmill – at 17 miles an hour (2:52). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 18, 2021
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportWe're in for a good soaking rain Wednesday.
Good Question: How Much Should You Pay For A Babysitter?Jeff Wagner learned a lot has changed since the start of the pandemic.
Inside St. Paul's Highland Bridge ProjectA historic landmark along the Mississippi River in St. Paul is bridging the past to the future – quite literally.
CBD, Some THC To Be Allowed In Food, Drinks In MNA change to Minnesota law means you soon can legally buy food and drinks with CBD and some THC in them.
Texas School Shooting Death Toll Expected To RiseFlags are flying at half-staff as the nation grapples with tragedy.
Saints' Royce Lewis 'Couldn't Be Happier' About Time With TwinsRoyce Lewis is back in St. Paul. He was sent down from the Minnesota Twins to the St. Paul Saints on May 18. In his maiden voyage as a big leaguer, he hit safely in 9 of 11 games, with an impressive .308 batting average.
6 P.M. Next Weather ReportMuch of Minnesota is in for a good soaking Wednesday.
Construction Of New Lake Bde Maka Ska Pavilion UnderwayIf you're planning to spend time at Minneapolis's largest lake this summer - expect some changes.
Mpls. City Workers Allege Toxic, Racist Workplace ConditionsMore than 60 employees signed a letter calling the Minneapolis City Coordinator's office a toxic and racist workplace.
North Minneapolis School Helping Traumatized StudentsViolence throughout Minneapolis is having a huge impact on students of all ages. Reg Chapman visited a Jenny Lind Elementary, which is giving students the village they need.
5 P.M. Next Weather ReportRain will move in late tonight, and continue throughout the day Wednesday.
New Programs Aim To Address Stress, Depression AAPI Community FacesMay is Mental Health Awareness Month and it’s also Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Save The Boards Reminds Mpls. Of Impact Of George Floyd’s MurderAn effort is underway to save pieces of the hurt and healing Minneapolis experienced in the wake of Floyd's murder.
$93M Boost For Mental Health One Of 2022 Sessions Bipartisan Bright SpotsLawmakers approved a $93 million boost to mental health in the final moments of the session this year.
Eli Hart's Mother Makes First Court Appearance On Murder ChargeA mother charged with killing her 6-year-old son was in front of a judge today for the first time.
14 Children, 1 Teacher Killed In Elementary School Shooting In TexasThe 18-year-old shooter is dead, apparently shot by officers responding to the scene.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of May 24, 2022Frank Vascellaro shares the latest headlines and updates.
Lynx To Retire Seimone Augustus, Rebekkah Brunson Jersey Numbers This SummerTwo Lynx legends will have their jerseys retired by the team this summer.
Noon Next Weather ReportThere's rain on the way overnight, along with cooler temperatures.
Noon Headlines From May 24, 2022Some good news to report about a missing Twin Cities teenager, Minneapolis police are investigating a suspicious death and more.
Best Buy’s Q1 Results Fall Short Of Wall Street ExpectationsBest Buy released their quarterly earnings report this morning and it clearly shows how inflation is impacting the retailer.
Eli Hart's Mother Set To Appear In Court On Murder ChargeThe Minnesota woman charged with killing her 6-year old son will make her first appearance in court in less than two hours.
State Fair’s Free Live Shows Include Caitlyn Smith, Eddie MontgomeryThere’ll be over 900 free (with fair admission) shows throughout the fair’s 12-day run. There are multiple venue locations around the fairgrounds, including the Leinie Lodge Bandshell and Schell’s Stage at Schilling Amphitheater.
Judge Halts Auction Of Long-Lost ‘Wizard Of Oz’ Dress Amid Ownership DisputeOne of the blue-and-white checked gingham dresses that Judy Garland wore in 1939 for her role as Dorothy was scheduled to be part of an auction of Hollywood memorabilia in Los Angeles on Tuesday.