The next round of ballot tabulation for Minneapolis' ranked-choice elections resumes Wednesday morning with many races still undecided, including the mayor’s race.
10 P.M. Next Weather ReportWe'll kick off the work week with another warm and breezy day.
Talking Points: Scott Jensen’s About-Face On Gun ControlSaturday night, GOP-endorsed gubernatorial candidate Dr. Scott Jensen apologized to delegates in regards to the gun control issue. Esme Murphy takes a look at what Jensen said.
Officers Killed On Duty In 2021 Honored At CapitolFive Minnesota police officers killed in the line of duty last year were honored Sunday night at the State Capitol.
Remembering PACER Center Co-Founder Paula GoldbergPeople across the country are remembering a fierce leader for children with disabilities.
Enjoying The Sun, As Safely As PossibleWith our quick return of summer-like sun and heat, a lot of people are going to bed with a tan or sunburn because the sun's rays are especially intense right now.
WCCO Evening Digital Update: May 15, 2022Jeff Wagner has your latest headlines.
5:30 P.M. Next Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows shows when you should get outside to see the total lunar eclipse Sunday night.
The New Rides On Display At The Twin Cities Auto ShowWhether you were looking to get yourself into a nice new car, or just enjoy a nice day, the Twin Cities Auto Show was the spot to be this Sunday.
Bringing Back North Minneapolis’s Lost ‘Sixth Avenue’Olson Memorial Highway was once Sixth Avenue, a street with heavy foot traffic and a thriving economy. But that all changed when the highway was put in. Ren Clayton spoke with those trying to restore the road to its former glory.
1 Dead, Hurt In Police Chase Crash In Brooklyn ParkA man trying to give police "the slip" crashed into another driver -- killing that person -- before finally being arrested Sunday morning in Brooklyn Park.
Mall, Carnival Shut Down After Fight In Blaine Parking LotPolice say a carnival in the Northtown Mall's parking lot and the shopping center itself had to be shut down Saturday night when a fight broke out among dozens of juveniles who later ran into the mall.
As Levels Rise, What You Need To Know If Spending Time Near WaterFlooding is happening in many areas in Minnesota, including the North Shore, along the Minnesota River, and even parts of the Mississippi.
11 A.M. Weather ReportVery light, isolated rain showers are possible this afternoon, but aside from that, Sunday looks like a warm, breezy day.
How Planned Parenthood Is Preparing For Potential Reversal Of Roe V. WadeNew polling shows most Minnesota voters want to keep abortion legal in our state.
Scott Jensen Speaks After Winning GOP EndorsementThis weekend Minnesota Republicans endorsed Dr. Scott Jensen for governor after a contentious and lengthy process.
Morning Headlines From May 15, 2022Shoppers and a retired police officer working as a security guard were among the 10 people shot and killed at a Buffalo, New York supermarket yesterday.
Bright Spot: Donations Give College Tours To Girls Of ColorBlack Girl Advocate is a foundation that raises money to take Black girls on college tours. Thanks to generous donations, the foundation fulfilled its vision.
7:30 A.M. Weather ReportSunday's going to be breezy and nice, with temperatures climbing into the 70s in much of the state.
Teen Girls Pitch Apps To Top ExecutivesEight teenage girls from around Minnesota got some facetime with some of the most powerful business leaders in the country.
How To Get A Good Night's SleepTurns out there's some things you can do in the evening that will tee you up for a good, long night's sleep.
Check Out Hundreds Of Cars At Twin Cities Auto ShowThe Twin Cities Auto Show gets underway Sunday at the State Fairgrounds.
St. Cloud State Swimmer Saves Family From DrowningA St. Cloud State swimmer named Marena Kouba is a Carnegie Medal winner.
Twin Cities Auto Show Revs Up At State FairgroundsIf you are thinking of getting a new vehicle, then you may want to make your way to the State Fairgrounds today.
4 Things To Know From May 15, 2022Here are four things you need to know for today.