5 P.M. Weather ReportAs Chris Shaffer reports, parts of Minnesota will see scattered showers Wednesday evening and overnight into Thursday (2:39). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 5, 2020
Back To School Questions: Will Sick Days Be Extended The Standard 7 Days?We know parents have lots of questions about the upcoming school year and we’re working to answer them (0:30). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 5, 2020
Dozens Of Businesses Consider Moving Out Of Downtown MinneapolisDozens of businesses could be ready to leave Minneapolis, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield explains (2:12). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 5, 2020
As COVID-19 Case Positivity Rate Crosses 5% Wednesday, Health Officials Warn That Everything Is Not Back To NormalWe are entering month six of the COVID-19 pandemic in Minnesota, Kate Raddatz reports (2:04). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 5, 2020
Critical Errors Lead To Helicopter Crash That Killed 3 Guard MembersOfficials say critical errors led to a helicopter crash last year that killed three people (0:33). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 5, 2020
WCCO Evening Digital Update: Aug. 5, 2020Amelia Santaniello has your WCCO Evening Digital Update for Aug. 5, 2020 (1:49).
Woman Rescued After Falling Into 15-Foot Deep Hole In MinneapolisThe Minneapolis Police Department says the woman fell into a small hole in the ground near the 500 block of Malcolm Avenue Southeast, in the Prospect Park neighborhood.
12 P.M. Weather ReportAs Mike Augustyniak reports, the metro area can expect a chance for storms Wednesday afternoon (3:25). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Aug. 5, 2020
MPCA Launches Grant For Electric School Bus Pilot ProjectIn a couple years, some Minnesota students can ride to school on electric school buses (0:47). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Aug. 5, 2020
Rapper Kanye West Files In Wisconsin To Run For President As An Independent CandidateWisconsin voters may see rapper Kanye West’s name on the ballot when they vote for president in November (0:23). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Aug. 5, 2020
Dozens Of Businesses Consider Moving Out Of Downtown MinneapolisDowntown Minneapolis is at risk of losing dozens of businesses, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield explains why they may leave (1:36). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Aug. 5, 2020
Recipe Ideas For Garden FoodsJason DeRusha Skyped with lifestyle contributor Jasmine Stringer, who shared her recipe ideas using vegetables from the garden (3:36) WCCO 4 Mid-Morning - August 5, 2020
Feedback: Do You Eat Breakfast For Dinner?A recent poll by Kraft found that some parents were giving their children mac and cheese for breakfast. So we wanted to know: do you flip flop breakfast and dinner? (00:42) WCCO 4 Mid-Morning - August 5, 2020
Runway For Hope Features Minnesota Breast Cancer Survivors As ModelsGrant Whitaker joins the WCCO Mid-Morning team to share the Hope Chest’s mission and how they will raise money during the virtual fashion show (3:16). WCCO 4 Mid-Morning - August 5, 2020
Relationship Reboot: Decision-Making FatigueIn the time of COVID-19, it can feel more difficult to land on a decision. Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal shares her tips for “decision-making fatigue” (5:03) WCCO 4 Mid-Morning - August 5, 2020
9 A.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Riley O’Connor reports, Wednesday will be in the 70s, with a slight chance for showers later in the afternoon (3:03) WCCO 4 Mid-Morning - August 5, 2020
Advice For Families On The Upcoming Unusual School YearDr. Gigi Chawla shares her tips for families tackling the challenges of the upcoming school year (4:27) WCCO 4 Mid-Morning - August 5, 2020
As Police Face Increased Scrutiny, Rep. Tom Emmer Launches Initiative To Thank CopsAs leaders in Minneapolis push to defund the city’s police department, a Minnesota congressman is encouraging people to recognize and appreciate police officers. Katie Johnston reports.
CBSN Minnesota’s ‘Daybreaker’: Is Working In-Person Better?‘The 7:34’ is now CBSN Minnesota’s ‘Daybreaker’. Today, we’re talking about a Wisconsin business, Epic, that is requiring all of its workers to return to work by mid-September. What do you think? Jason DeRusha has the headlines. (13:03) WCCO 4 News - Aug. 5, 2020
#MyMorning: Aug. 5, 2020Jason DeRusha apologizes for forgetting about the Loons. WCCO This Morning -- Aug. 5, 2020
Morning Headlines: Aug. 5, 2020Jason DeRusha reads about Black Minneapolitans' thoughts on defunding the police and America's surging electricity bills (3:46). WCCO This Morning -- Aug. 5, 2020
Clorox Struggling To Keep Up With Demand For Disinfecting WipesThe company says they won’t have the supplies necessary to boost production until next year (0:26). WCCO This Morning -- Aug. 5, 2020
Charter Commission To Vote On Proposal To Defund The PoliceThe volunteer commission is slated to vote on the proposal Wednesday (0:17). WCCO This Morning -- Aug. 5, 2020
High School Football, Volleyball Seasons Postponed Until SpringChristiane Cordero reports on the various changes coming to high school sports this year (2:45). WCCO This Morning -- Aug. 5, 2020