The 84-year-old died of complications from COVID-19. He was fully vaccinated but battled underlying conditions, including Parkinson's disease.
Noon Next Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports on the severe weather expected for Thursday.
Police Chase Ends In Fatal Crash In AnokaJohn Lauritsen reports that the police pursuit started in Coon Rapids and the fleeing driver reportedly reached speeds up to 100 mph.
Thomas Lane Pleads Guilty In George Floyd's KillingThe former Minneapolis police officer pleaded guilty to manslaughter and agreed to serve a 36 month prison sentence.
Wolf Pups Near Voyageurs National ParkThis is a video of wolf pups in the Paradise pack near Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota.
Extended: Lawyer Explains Implications Of Thomas Lane's Plea DealLane entered the guilty plea during a court hearing Wednesday morning as part of a plea agreement. Under the agreement, Lane agreed to serve three years in prison, with the recommendation being for federal prison, not state.
Fresh Ideas For Your Next BarbecueMichelle Mazzara, CEO and Founder of Luvafoodie, shares new recipes.
Former Viking Wants To 'Raise The Barr' AgainFormer Minnesota Viking Anthony Barr is on a mission to help single parents further their education and gain access to other resources.
How To Reboot Your GratitudeResearch shows that expressing and practicing gratitude for those we care about increases our positivity and well-being and improve our relationships with others, Dr. Michael Walker explains.
9 A.M. Next Weather ReportThursday is a Next Weather Alert day, with potentially damaging storms in parts of Minnesota.
Mastercard Tests New Facial Recognition Pay AppThe Payface App will allow consumers to pay for goods using the same facial recognition technology that unlocks smartphones.
Tips For Teens Suffering Test AnxietyTeens can do all their homework and study hard, but when test day comes, they might blank out or feel so nervous they can’t answer the questions they’ve studied so hard for, explains Dr. Gigi Chawla.
Mid-Morning Headlines From May 18, 2022A teenager has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting his football teammate after a practice in northern Minnesota last fall.
2 Killed In Anoka Crash Following Police ChasePolice say a Coon Rapids officer tried to pull over a driver. There was a pursuit but it was called off, police say.
Esme Murphy Reports On Lane's Appearance In CourtWCCO reporter Esme Murphy was in the courtroom when former MPD officer Thomas Lane entered a guilty plea in George Floyd's death.
Legal Expert Unpacks Ex-MPD Officer Lane's Plea DealLawyer Joe Tamburino, not affiliated with the case, analyzes former MPD officer Thomas Lane's decision to enter a guilty plea in the state's case against him in George Floyd's death.
Breaking: Ex-MPD Officer Thomas Lane Enters Guilty PleaLane entered the guilty plea during a court hearing Wednesday morning as part of a plea agreement. Under the agreement, Lane agreed to serve three years in prison, with the recommendation being for federal prison, not state.
Morning Update: 1 Year Since Aniya Allen Death, Pentagon Officials Discuss UFOs & MoreIt’s been 1 year since the death of 6-year-old Aniya Allen in Mpls, Pentagon officials discuss UFOs with congress, and more.
Driver Gets Stuck In Concrete In Rochester While Fleeing PoliceA road construction project in Rochester will take a little longer than expected after a vehicle plowed through the newly poured concrete on Monday.
4 Things To Know From May 18, 2022Here are four things you need to know today.
Do You Qualify For State Mortgage Assistance?Behind on your mortgage? The state is giving away nearly $110 million in help.
Crash Closed Anoka's Main Street For Hours Wednesday MorningMultiple ambulances and fire trucks responded just before midnight.
1 Year After Her Shooting Death, Family Will Remember 6-Year-Old Aniya AllenToday family and friends of Aniya Allen will come together to mark one year since her death and continue calling for justice.
6 A.M. Next Weather ReportWednesday is starting off fairly quiet, but isolated storms could develop this afternoon.
State Has Millions To Help Pay Mortgages; Do You Qualify?State officials believe 25,000 households could use this money, but there's only enough for about 7,000.