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5 P.M. Weather ReportSome rain is coming for the Twin Cities on Wednesday evening.
Twin Cities Pastor Killed By Driver In RosemountFather Denny Dempsey was killed Monday afternoon when a driver hit his bike in Rosemount.
John Jones Charged In Blaine Hit-And-RunA 31-year-old man who is now charged in the hit-and-run crash that killed a woman who was walking on the side of a Blaine road earlier this week told investigators he thought he'd struck a dog or sign.
Record Number Of Early Votes Cast In MinneapolisEarly voting is out-pacing past years in Minneapolis, but some election officials are concerned that voters may not know about some key rule changes.
Friends Of Daunte Wright Mark What Would Have Been His 21st BirthdayFamily and friends of Daunte Write are coming together to mark what would have been his 21st birthday.
MN Makes Plans To Start Vaccinating Children Ages 5 To 11Gov. Walz says the state will be ready to start vaccinating 5- to-11-year-olds as soon as final federal recommendations come.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Afternoon Of Oct. 27, 2021Here are your latest headlines from WCCO.com
Minneapolis Mayoral Guide: Candidate Kate KnuthWCCO invited all of Minnesota's mayoral candidates on the 2021 ballot to submit a video stating why voters should consider them.
Minneapolis Mayoral Guide: Incumbent Candidate Jacob FreyWCCO invited all of Minnesota's mayoral candidates on the 2021 ballot to submit a video stating why voters should consider them.
Minneapolis Mayoral Guide: Candidate Clint ConnerWCCO invited all of Minnesota's mayoral candidates on the 2021 ballot to submit a video stating why voters should consider them.
Minneapolis Mayoral Guide: Candidate A.J. AwedWCCO invited all of Minnesota's mayoral candidates on the 2021 ballot to submit a video stating why voters should consider them.
Minneapolis Mayoral Guide: Candidate Nate AtkinsWCCO invited all of Minnesota's mayoral candidates on the 2021 ballot to submit a video stating why voters should consider them.
Minneapolis Mayoral Guide: Candidate Mike WinterWCCO invited all of Minnesota's mayoral candidates on the 2021 ballot to submit a video stating why voters should consider them.
Minneapolis Mayoral Guide: Candidate Mark GlobusWCCO invited all of Minnesota's mayoral candidates on the 2021 ballot to submit a video stating why voters should consider them.
Noon Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the rain moving across Minnesota.
St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell Not Seeking 2nd TermThe chief announced on Facebook that he won't seek a second six-year term when his current term ends in June.
Twin Cities Congregation Grieving After Priest Dies In CrashFather Denny Dempsey of the Church of the Risen Savior was riding a bicycle when he was killed in a crash Monday.
Minnesota Preparing To Vaccinate Children 5 - 11Gov. Tim Walz outlined the state's plan on Wednesday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to give the go-ahead for children in that age group next week.
Easy, Fun Halloween Experiments For The Whole FamilyLiz Heinecke shares how to's for alien monster eggs, ghostly good, and a pumpkin mummy.
Ananya Dance Theatre Debuts New Dance Concert"Dastak: I Wish You Me" centers on borders, loss, belonging, home and liberation, artistic director and choreographer Ananya Chatterjea explains.
How To Get Back To Pre-Pandemic FriendshipsA pandemic that requires isolation and social distancing is a recipe for disrupting relationships, Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal explains.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO director of meteorology Mike Augustyniak says that Wednesday should see a little thunder (nothing severe) and quite a bit of rain ahead.
Trick-Or-Treat Safety Tips For FamiliesIf you your kids aren’t eligible for the vaccine yet -- which the FDA is discussing this week for kids ages 5 to 11 -- it’s important to continue doing our part to keep trick-or-treating as safe as possible, Dr. Gigi Chawla explains.
College Enrollment Still DownThe pandemic is getting some of the blame, but this has actually been happening for a while, and it could help some families planning for college.

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