The Minnesota DNR is warning recreationalists of the approaching cold water season after having the deadliest year of boating deaths since 2005.
Head Of Instagram To Be Questioned By Senate CommitteeOne of the senators on that committee will be Minnesota's Amy Klobuchar.
Opening Statements Begin In Kim Potter TrialThe former Brooklyn Center police officer is charged with manslaughter in Daunte Wright's shooting death.
Unique DIY Ornament Ideas For The Whole FamilyKitchen pantry scientist Liz Heinecke shows how to make a crystal snowflake ornament.
41% Of Work-From-Home Force Working From Their Cars?A new survey has some pretty interesting statistics about where people are working from these days.
Easy Appetizer Ideas For Your Holiday MealsMichelle Mazzara, from Luvafoodie, shares a few recipes, including smoked salmon, tenderloin crostini, and shortbread cookies.
The Overall Health Importance Of 'Noticing Joy'Understanding how to notice joy in the small moments is a very workable way of supporting our mental health during these trying times, Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal explains.
9 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor is tracking multiple potential snow events over the next few days.
Children's Minnesota Community Connect Works For Health EquityA child’s experiences at home, in school, and in their neighborhoods are the biggest drivers of overall health and well-being, explains Jessica Block, manager of community health programs at Children’s Minnesota.
Home For The Holidays Works To End Vet HomelessnessFor 30 years, the Minnesota Assistance Council For Veterans has been working to end veteran homelessness, explains MACV chief operating officer Jon Lovald.
Mid-Morning Headlines From Dec. 8, 2021Lawyers will make their opening statements today in the Kim Potter trial. The former Brooklyn Center Police Officer is charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Dec, 8, 2021❇️ Opening statements in the Kim Potter trial are just hours away. ❇️ $7.7B Projected Surplus: How should the state spend the surplus? Wrong answers only.
4 Things To Know From Dec. 8, 2021Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter is facing charges for manslaughter in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
7 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says that temperatures should reach the 20s Wednesday before back-to-back chances for snow.
‘A Giant In Every Way’: Chef Jack Riebel DiesWCCO's Jason DeRusha was a friend of Riebel's and spent much time with him during his fight with cancer.
Suni Lee Named Sports Illustrated's Female Athlete Of 2021Lee won three Olympic medals in Tokyo, including the all-around Gold in women's gymnastics.
5 A.M. Weather ReportWCCO meteorologist Riley O'Connor says that there's a chance for a significant snow event in the Twin Cities on Friday.
National Headlines: Omicron Thought To Have Less Severe SymptomsEarly research into the omicron variant finds that it's more likely to break through to the vaccinated, but has less severe symptoms than the delta variant.
Opening Statements Begin In Kim Potter TrialThe trial for former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter is set to begin Wednesday morning for the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright.
Close Encounter With A Massive SunfishTwo paddleboarders caught what appeared to be at least a 9-foot-long sunfish near Laguna Beach.
WCCO Digital Headlines: Morning Of Dec. 8, 2021Jason DeRusha shares the latest headlines and story updates.
10 P.M. Weather ReportA couple more chances for snow this week, and a warm-up's on the way.
Good Question: How Does Salt Melt Ice?Until the temperatures heat back up above freezing, you've likely been relying on a winter-time staple to keep your walkways clear.
A Conversation With Chef Jack RiebelOne of the Twin Cities most beloved and honored chefs has died after being diagnosed with a rare cancer more than two years ago. WCCO's Jason DeRusha sat down with him just weeks before his death.
WWII Vet Brothers Leave Community $2.6 MillionWCCO's Liz Collin shares the lasting gift left behind by two Stillwater veterans that mean a brighter future for some students.