You don't have to wait the few more weeks to enjoy some of your favorite fair flavors, founder Josh Zamansky explains (3:33). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 5, 2021
Wolves, President Of Basketball Ops Gersson Rosas Part Ways; KAT Tweets ‘WTF’The Minnesota Timberwolves announced that the team has "parted ways" with President of Basketball Operations Gersson Rosas. Katie Johnston reports.
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WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of Sept. 22, 2021WCCO's Amelia Santaniello shares this afternoons digital headlines.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows has the forecast for the first few days of astronomical fall.
Minneapolis Mayoral Forum Slated For Wednesday NightThe forum will focus on racial justice topics, with an emphasis on public safety plans.
Boy Scout Troop’s Trailer Stolen From New Brighton ChurchA Boy Scout troop’s trailer was stolen from a church parking lot in New Brighton.
Delta Variant Putting Minnesota Schools, Business In FluxOn Wednesday, one Minneapolis high school shifted to distance learning after officials say a significant number of students were exposed to COVID-19.
Ready To Dig Through A Whole Bunch Of Junk?Junk Bonanza is back for its 14th year, bringing the best of vintage for shoppers, Jane Hall and John Whaley explain.
It's Falls Prevention Awareness DayFalls are the leading cause of injury-related emergency room visits, but there are things you can do in your home to prevent them, DIY Network star Matt Muenster explains.
What Is Emotional Intelligence And Why Will It Get You Hired?A recent survey conducted by LinkedIn found that 91% of HR professionals ranked “soft skills” as the leading trend transforming our workplaces. Dr. Shonda Craft explains how that translates.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor talks about conditions on this first day of autumn.
Podcasts Are Up, Binge Watching Is DownThe third annual U.S. Media Consumption Report shows podcasts and social media are hot, while bingeing is down.
Kids Eating More Fast Food Since COVIDAround 40% of parents reported being too busy to cook and one in five said they were too stressed.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Sept. 22, 2021A new chapter is beginning for a St. Paul neighborhood more than a year after riots destroyed hundreds of businesses. Prosecutors say the man charged with killing four people drove for hours with at least one of their bodies before abandoning them in a Wisconsin corn field.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Sept. 22, 2021❇️ CDC committee discusses who should get a COVID booster shot (and when) ❇️ We’re asking about your furniture building experiences, good or bad!
Morning Headlines: Sept. 22, 2021Jason DeRusha is talking about Facebook using its feed to promote positive news about the company.
Staffing Shortages, Seasonal Illnesses And COVID Straining Minnesota HospitalsCOVID-19 infections are still ramping up and creating a growing ripple effect.
Foster Youths Affected By Pandemic Eligible For Financial AssistanceThe pandemic has been hard on all of us, but there are some struggling more than others. Many of them are young adults who've been in the foster care system.
Capacity Concerns Continue To Plague Minnesota HospitalsWe're seeing a surge in COVID cases among young people right now, while ICU beds in Minnesota are becoming harder to find.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Sept. 22, 2021Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportFall officially arrives Wednesday, and despite a chilly morning, we've got a couple of warmer days on the way.
10 P.M. Weather ReportThe Autumnal Equinox is Tuesday, and it will feel a bit fall-like Wednesday and Thursday before a warmup this weekend.
Good Question: How Do U Of M-Developed Apple Varieties Get Their Names?It's the season for visiting apple orchards or stopping by the grocery store to pick up one of the eighteen apple varieties started by the University of Minnesota. WCCO’s Heather Brown finds out how they got their tasty names.
Demolition Begins On St. Paul's Midway Shopping CenterA new chapter is beginning for a St. Paul neighborhood more than a year after riots destroyed hundreds of businesses.