Walmart To Require Customers To Wear MasksWalmart and Sam's Club will require customers to wear masks inside stores starting on July 20. Best Buy and Starbucks require all customers to wear masks as of Wednesday(00:25). WCCO 4 News At Noon - July 15, 2020
Forum Focuses On 'Choosing Courage Over Fear'The Business Women's Circle is addressing issues of pandemic and systemic racism in its upcoming annual forum, co-founder Lani Basa explains (2:53). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 14, 2020
Cub Foods To Open Pop-Up Locations After Unrest Closes StoresTwo grocery stores damaged in the riots following George Floyd's death will reopen to help communities struggling with access to fresh groceries, reports Reg Chapman (1:35). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 7, 2020
Xena Cool: Red Wing Company Launches, Sells Cool Therapy ProductsOnyx Cool, based in Red Wing, has two cool therapy product lines: for athletic-related aches and for women to comfort from hot flashes, migraines, breast feeding - or MS. (4:06) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 7, 2020
Xena Cool: Red Wing Company Launches, Sells Cool Therapy ProductsOnyx Ortho, based in Red Wing, has two cool therapy product lines: for athletic-related aches and for women to comfort from hot flashes, migraines, breast feeding - or MS. (4:06) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 7, 2020
1-On-1 With MN Cup Director Jessica BergJeff Wagner and Max Curtis talks with Jessica Berg, director of MN Cup, about how the competition is adapting to the times -- and still supporting local innovation (5:00). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 5, 2020
The Impact COVID-19 Is Having On Commercial Real EstateKris Lindahl, with Kris Lindahl Real Estate, explains (2:49). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 2, 2020
The Movement To Rebuild Lake StreetErin Hassanzadeh spoke with Lake Street business owners about their vision for the corridor's comeback after the devastation following the death of George Floyd (2:02). WCCO 4 News At 10 - June 30, 2020
Some Black-Owned Businesses Seeing A BoostSince the death of George Floyd, Some Black-owned businesses are getting a big boost in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, reports Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield (1:55). WCCO 4 News At 6 - June 30, 2020
Hollywood Starts Gearing Up To Return To WorkWith strict guidelines in place, Hollywood might be ready to make a comeback, Chris Martinez reports (2:07). WCCO 4 News At Noon - June 30, 2020
Minnesota Gun Sales SoarHealth and safety concerns appear to be contributing to a massive surge in gun sales, reports David Schuman (2:07). WCCO 4 News At 10 - June 24, 2020
3M Raises LGBTQ+ Pride Flag At HQ3M says with the postponing of Pride events this year, it was even more important for them to show the LGBTQ+ community that they stand with them, Christiane Cordero reports (0:47). WCCO 4 News At Noon - June 24, 2020
COVID Closings And Layoffs ContinueCOVID-19 is decimating the bottom line of some Minnesota businesses. WCCO took a look at the numbers from the past few months and talked to a professor about what the local economy will look like as we move forward. Frank Vascellaro reports (2:01). WCCO 4 News At 5 – June 23, 2020
Almost 200 Workers At Area Amazon Centers Have Tested Positive For COVID-19In all, 187 cases of COVID-19 have popped up at Amazon plants throughout the metro area, with 88 of them at the Shakopee location alone, Marielle Mohs reports (2:20). WCCO 4 News At Noon - June 23, 2020
Recent College Grads Face One Of The Worst Job Markets In MemoryAnjie Cayot, president and co-founder of Twin Cities-based consulting firm Keyot, shares some ways job applicants can stand out (3:40). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 23, 2020
Many Report They're Burned Out On Working From HomeMore than 50% of responders in a recent survey by Monster.com said they're feeling burned out (3:01). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 23, 2020
Many U.S. Workers Burning Out On Working From HomeThe results of stress and long hours, even working at home, can be severe, Nancy Chen reports (1:59). WCCO 4 News At Noon - June 21, 2020
$660M Loss For Minn. Pork Industry ExpectedThree months since COVID-19 first impacted their businesses, Minnesota pork producers have a better idea of what it will take to bounce back, reports John Lauritsen (1:53). WCCO 4 News At 6 – June 18, 2020
Quaker Oats To Replace Aunt Jemima BrandQuaker Oats said the Aunt Jemima brand is based on a racial stereotype, and will replace the imaging and name this fall (00:17). WCCO 4 News At Noon - June 17, 2020
Target Raises Minimum WageTarget will raise their minimum wage to $15 an hour, and provide front-line workers with a bonus to thank them for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic (00:22). WCCO 4 News At Noon - June 17, 2020
Some Damaged Lake Street Businesses Could See Fast ReliefSome of the businesses damaged in the wake of George Floyd's death will see relief from non-profit Urban Ventures and an anonymous donor (1:45). WCCO 4 News At Noon - June 17, 2020
How Pacifier Is Trying To Put New Moms At Ease During The PandemicAli Lucia speaks with owner Alissa Montbriand about how the baby boutique is working to keep shoppers safe as it welcomes them back into the store (3:31). WCCO This Morning -- June 16, 2020
Following SCOTUS Ruling, What's Next In Fight For LGBTQ+ Equality?Nick Alm, executive director and co-founder of Mossier, a Twin Cities nonprofit helping businesses offer inclusivity for LGBTQ+ people, discusses the ruling (3:13). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 16, 2020
A Look At How Delta Is Disinfecting PlanesThe summer travel season is starting to take off, but COVID-19 has changed the way we fly, reports David Schuman (2:20). WCCO 4 News At 10 – June 15, 2020

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