Dr. Michael Osterholm, the leading infectious disease expert at the U of M, says the next few weeks will be telling in how Minnesota fares with COVID cases, Jennifer Mayerle reports (1:59). WCCO 4 News At 6 - August 6, 2021
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Oct. 20, 2021❇️A teenager is fighting to recover this morning after getting shot in Minneapolis. ❇️The Ice Castles are returning to the Twin Cities this year. What do you like to do to beat the winter blues?
Interview: How's The School Year Going?So many changes with kids back in the classroom. To get a feel of how it's going, we wanted to talk to a teacher.
6 A.M. Weather ReportGrab the umbrella, because the Twin Cities should see some rain this afternoon.
Morning Headlines: Oct. 20, 2021Jason DeRusha is talking about what "the new office" may look like.
Interview: Wolves Kick Off Season Wednesday NightThey host the Houston Rockets, and it's all about basketball now and getting fans to come out to Target Center.
Teen Boy Shot Near Minneapolis ParkRising crime in Minneapolis has left yet another child fighting for his life.
Deputy Catches Deer Fight On DashcamTwo bucks were going head to head right off the road.
4:30 A.M. Weather ReportIt's going to be a rainy afternoon in the Twin Cities.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Oct. 20, 2021Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.
10 P.M. Weather ReportWidespread rain and below-average temperatures will give many Minnesotans a rude mid-October awakening Wednesday.
Good Question: What Are Efficient Ways To Keep Out The Cold?It won't be long before many Twin Cities homeowners feel the chill of freezing temperatures at night. That likely means heating systems will be cranked.
FBI Report Details 'Alarming' Rise In Attacks On Law EnforcementAssaults on law enforcement in the line of duty increased across the United States last year, according to a new report with data compiled by the FBI
St. Paul Parents Fighting Back Against Plan To Close 5 District SchoolsParents packed a school board meeting in St. Paul Tuesday night -- one week after the district announced it might close four elementary schools and a high school because of low enrollment -- to urge the board to vote the proposal down.
Man Charged In Mpls. Shootout That Killed BystanderAutumn Merrick was on a scooter heading home from work in Minneapolis two weeks ago when she was struck by a vehicle engaged in a rolling gunfight with another driver downtown Minneapolis.
Stray Bullets Hit Daycare, Multiple Homes In Brooklyn ParkPolice are trying to track down the people responsible for a gunfight that sent bullets flying into a daycare and several homes in Brooklyn Park Monday.
Teen In Critical Condition After South Minneapolis ShootingA 15-year-old boy is in critical condition Tuesday evening after being shot near a south Minneapolis park, where his sibling was playing in a youth football game.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Chris Shaffer reports on the cooldown coming over the next few days.
A Mission To Keep Traditional Indigenous Mortician Care AliveRob Gill is working to keep the native traditions surrounding death alive.
ICU Nurse's Plea For Break Room Upgrade Receives Overwhelming ResponsePediatric ICU nurse Grace Brooks says the past few months have been very challenging. She put out a call on her Nextdoor App asking neighbors and strangers if they would be interested in giving her unit's hospital break room a little upgrade. The response was overwhelming.
None Hurt After Homeless Encampment Fire In DuluthFire officials say crews were aided in their battle against the flames by a construction crew, which let them use their tanker truck.
Gov. Tim Walz Official Seeking 2nd Term In MinnesotaThe faces a number of Republican challengers who wish to unseat him.
7th Street Truck Park ReopensThe bar reopened for the Wild home opener more than a week after the shooting that left one woman dead and 14 others injured.
5 P.M. Weather ReportRain will fall across most of Minnesota Wednesday, ushering in below-average temps for the rest of the week.
Nastaaja Johnson Uses Aerial Arts To Train Young Hearts And MindsAerial arts are compelling to watch and often hard to turn away from. Now, a north Minneapolis woman is using the circus skill to strengthen young women's bodies and minds.