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MnDOT Cams Show Tanker Rollover, Milk Spill North Of Twin CitiesA milk tanker rollover north of the Twin Cities Tuesday morning was captured on traffic cams. The driver suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Noon Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Lisa Meadows is tracking a Next Weather Alert day, with potentially damaging storms on Thursday.
Baby Formula Plant Set To Resume ManufactureCongress is also working on legislation to make baby formula more affordable. Votes on those bills could come later this week.
Biden Visits Buffalo Shooting Victims' FamiliesThe visit comes as officials in the area are concerned about copycat attacks.
Jaleel Stallings Says $1.5M Settlement Isn't What He Wanted"I went into the civil case with not hope for a check as much as I was hoping for justice and accountability, and I don't feel I received that at all," he said. Stallings was accused of shooting at police officers near Lake Street and 15th Avenue South during the protests that followed George Floyd's murder.
Flooding Intensifies In Parts Of MinnesotaThe mighty Mississippi breached its banks and more rain is on the way.
Full Video: Walz, Lawmakers Announce Budget DealGov. Tim Walz and legislative leaders announced Monday a framework deal for a supplemental budget to spend the state's surplus.
It's National Wine DayJasmine Stringer picks out some tasty box wines she’s sure you’ll enjoy.
A Chat With The Creator Of Papaya PetiteMay is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and Sousada Manchanthasouk joins the WCCO Mid-Morning crew for a discussion of Papaya Petite.
Is It Smart To Invest In Stocks?Bruce Helmer from Wealth Enhancement Group discusses a question he's asked often.
9 A.M. Next Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says that clouds will increase for us with our chance of showers increasing throughout the day.
Do You Stand In The 'Superhero Posture'?An international team of researchers looked at 130 studies to see if power posture matters.
How Companies Are Cashing In On RetroMany of our childhood memories are tied to the things we watched or the snacks we enjoyed.
Mid-Morning Headlines From May 17, 2022Jury selection continues for the man who admitted to a deadly shooting spree inside a Minnesota health clinic.
Morning Update: Formula Shortage, Public Art And MoreGood news for parents worried about the formula shortage, public art in south Mpls. is drawing attention and more.
It's Not Too Late To Start Your GardeningShayla Reaves gets some tips from a horticulture expert.
New School Bus Cameras Will Help Crack Down On Dangerous DriversLawmakers hope this new tool will help catch every single violator and help keep our children safe.
Highway 36 In Roseville Reopens After Serious CrashBoth directions of Highway 36 in Roseville have reopened Tuesday morning after a crash closed the highway earlier.
6 A.M. Next Weather ReportAfter a dry start, showers will move into the Twin Cities Tuesday afternoon.
Spring Flowers In Bloom At Minnesota Landscape ArboretumThousands of tulips have bloomed at the arboretum.
Some School Districts Adding More Cameras To BusesSome districts are adding extra eyes to try to catch lawbreakers.
After Storm Delay, Taste Of Chaska Kicks Off This WeekPeople in the southwest metro have something exciting to look forward to tomorrow.
Serious Crash Closes Highway 36 In RosevilleBoth directions of Highway 36 in Roseville are closed Tuesday morning due to a crash.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of May 17, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.

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