A man involved in the fatal crash that killed two young men over the weekend – including the son of U of M men’s hockey coach Bob Motzko -- told officers he was guilty and admitted drinking, reports John Lauritsen (2:34). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 26, 2021
DIY Friday: Mentos Fountains For Education!Making mentos fountains with the kids can also help them learn about science. Amy Blaubach, founder of Curious Minds joins us to talk about it.
9 A.M. Next Weather ReportIt’s a Top 10 Weather Day Friday, and severe weather could pop up on Sunday.
Richfield H.S. Cancels Classes Friday ‘Out Of Caution’ After Social Media ThreatClasses at Richfield High School have been canceled Friday “out of caution” due to a threat posted on social media, school officials said.
Morning Update: Prince Commemorative Sign, Memorial Day Weekend & MoreJason DeRusha has the Morning Update.
Rusty's Review: 'Top Gun: Maverick'Rusty Gatenby reviews the latest box office release, "Top Gun: Maverick."
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of May 27, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
Movie Theaters Hoping ‘Top Gun’ Sequel Will Bring Many Back To TheatersMany movie theaters are hoping the success of "Top Gun: Maverick" will help give them a big boost in business.
6 A.M. Next Weather ReportRiley O'Connor has the latest forecast.
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports that Friday will be a Top 10 Weather Day.
Minneapolis Approves ‘Prince Rogers Nelson Way’ Street SignThe sign will sit outside First Avenue in downtown Minneapolis.
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Questions Remain Following Water Main Break In St. Louis ParkThe main ruptured leak out 1.1 million gallons of water. The city said the water found its way into a sanitary sewer manhole, and from there rushed into homeowner’s basements.
Aurora FC Kick Off Inaugural Season In Front Of Sold-Out CrowdNorman Seawright III recaps the excitement surrounding Minnesota's newest sports team.
Minneapolis Settles With Journalist Blinded During 2020 UnrestThe city of Minneapolis has agreed to pay $600,000 to a freelance journalist who lost sight in one of her eyes after being shot by a foam bullet while covering the unrest following George Floyd's murder.
Firearm Age Requirements In MinnesotaWhen it comes to getting a drivers license, drinking alcohol, enlisting in the military or even renting a car in this country, age is a factor. And it's no different for buying a gun.
Beloved 'Grandpa Kevin' Is Sharing Life Lessons To Elementary School StudentsElementary students in Sartell, Minnesota, are getting support from Kevin McCarthy, also known as “Grandpa Kevin.”
6 P.M. Next Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the Memorial Day weekend forecast.
Investigation Finds 3M Mismanaged Hazardous Waste At Cottage Grove FacilityPollution regulators in Minnesota say one of the state’s largest companies mismanaged hazardous waste in multiple instances over a span of more than two decades.
Teen Carjacked At Gunpoint In PlymouthPolice chased the two suspects into Minneapolis and found the stolen vehicle on the city's north side.
Water Safety Concerns Heading Into Memorial Day WeekendAuthorities say that the water on many Minnesota lakes is still dangerously cold.
5 P.M. Next Weather ReportWith the clouds it's looking gloomy on Thursday night, but Friday will be a Top 10 Weather Day!
Minnesota Aurora FC Kicks Of Season At TCO StadiumThe team and community around it have been building up to this moment. Minnesota Aurora FC will play in front of a sold out crowd on Thursday night.
Minneapolis, St. Paul See Population Dips Amid Pandemic, US Census Data ShowsNew census numbers show people are leaving Minnesota’s largest cities since the start of the pandemic.
3rd Precinct Inspector Looks To Make Connections With CommunityJose Gomez is the new inspector for MPD’s Third Precinct. He and his officers are hoping to make a difference in places they weren’t welcome before.