We're two months since the deadline for filing taxes and still millions of Americans are waiting on their money, reports Jeff Wagner (2:42). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 27, 2021
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5 P.M. Weather ReportIt’s the last day of summer, and temperatures cooled down significantly. But there’s still a slight warm-up on the way.
Abortion Access, Reproductive Rights Top Issue For Some Minnesota LawmakersSupporters of reproductive rights are warning their supporters that the threat to legal abortion is growing in Minnesota and across the country.
Antoine Suggs Charged In Wisconsin Quadruple HomicideAntoine Suggs is charged in connection with the deaths of four Minnesotans, who were all found in an abandoned SUV in a western Wisconsin cornfield.
St. Paul Police Program Aims To Help New Recruit Overcome Past ChallengesSt. Paul police’s Law Enforcement Career Path Academy gives young people from different backgrounds a chance to liver out their dream of being an officer.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of Sept. 21, 2021Frank Vascellaro shares the latest headlines and stories from Tuesday afternoon.
COVID In Minnesota: CentraCare, Essentia Health Limit Visitors Due To Rise In Virus CasesDue to the rise in COVID-19 cases across Minnesota, two health care systems are again implementing visitor restrictions. Katie Johnston reports.
Charges: Anthony Pryor Fatally Shot Victim During Robbery At St. Paul Parking RampA 20-year-old St. Paul man faces charges in connection to a fatal shooting that he says was supposed to be a “simple robbery,” according to court documents filed in Ramsey County. Katie Johnston reports.
COVID In Minnesota: Community Vaccination Site At MOA To Expand Hours, CapacityA community COVID-19 vaccination site at the Mall of America will expand its hours and capacity starting Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Noon Weather ReportIt’s a cool and sunny day on Tuesday, but there’s a slight warm-up on the way.
Elsa Segura Found Guilty On All Counts In Killing Of Monique BaughA Fridley woman has been found guilty in the the 2019 New Year’s Eve murder and kidnapping of real estate agent Monique Baugh and the attempted murder of Baugh's boyfriend.
Family Pleads For Answers In Killing Of Devinn MadleyA Maplewood family is pleading for answers after their son's murder last month. Now, there is a reward for any information leading to an arrest.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says fall temperatures have decisively moved into the state following Monday's storms.
Quick, Time-Saving Breakfast IdeasJasmine Stringer shares some of her time-saving recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
It's Family Meals Month!Registered dietitian Amy Petersen shares a recipe for a harvest vegetables and sausage sheet pan dinner.
Does Jason's 'Smoldering' Soap Opera Look Beat Riley's?Only one of the people on our Mid-Morning desk has experience giving smoldering looks to the camera. Can you guess which one?
What To Expect (Financially) When You're ExpectingDustin Smith from Wealth Enhancement Group shares some tips for baby budgeting.
Are You Working Your Dream Job?According to a new survey, 43% said they are currently working their dream jobs, whereas 19% said they have previously worked in their dream field.
Is Office Life Soon To Be A Thing Of The Past?A recent poll says 37% of companies have permanently closed all offices, and 32% have given up some of their office space.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Sept. 21, 2021The man who admitted to a deadly shooting spree inside a Minnesota health clinic is due back in court Tuesday. Some Minnesota families want answers from the state after they found out their tap water isn't safe to drink.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Sept. 21, 2021❇️ Shortage of nurses impacting healthcare inside MN schools ❇️ Travel question: What’s your favorite international spot? Where do you want to go?
Pediatric Doctor Says, If Approved, Pfizer Vaccine Would Provide 'Layer Of Safety' For KidsYounger Minnesotans could start getting a COVID-19 vaccine soon.
Interview: Deb Krause Of ResearcHERS On Women In Cancer ResearchWhen it comes to fundraising and leadership roles in cancer research, women are consistently underrepresented.
Morning Headlines: Sept. 21, 2021Jason DeRusha is talking about housing assistance as a form of reparations in Illinois.
Pfizer Touts Safety Of Vaccine For Young Kids, But Parents Still SplitParents WCCO spoke to had mixed views on whether they would have their children get it or not.