If you are missing your days out in the garden, you can at least get ready for gardening season. Rebecca Kolls is going to help us refurbish our garden tools so they are ready for spring. WCCO Mid-Morning - Jan. 18, 2021

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Gardening: Refurbishing Your Tools For The SpringIf you are missing your days out in the garden, you can at least get ready for gardening season. Rebecca Kolls is going to help us refurbish our garden tools so they are ready for spring. WCCO Mid-Morning - Jan. 18, 2021
Interview: Affinity’s Mentor Program For YouthAffinity is trying to provide mentors and other tools to young men from low opportunity circumstances, to help them reach their potential. WCCO Mid-Morning - Jan. 18, 2021
31st Annual MLK Holiday Breakfast In Twin Cities Goes VirtualThe 31st annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday breakfast here in the Twin Cities is virtual this year. WCCO Mid-Morning - Jan. 18, 2021
With Inauguration In Just 2 Days, Capitol Security Continues In Minnesota & Across CountryA strong show of force will continue at the State Capitol ahead of Wednesday's presidential inauguration. WCCO Mid-Morning - Jan. 18, 2021
VocalEssence Youth Choir Shares Song On MLK DayAs we honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., VocalEssence's youth choir, Singers of This Age, wanted to share this powerful song with all of us, called Unity. WCCO Mid-Morning - Jan. 18, 2021
Tips For Keeping Your New Year’s Fitness ResolutionsJeff Wagner talks to Life Time trainer Julie Brown for some tips on how to persist with your New Year’s fitness resolutions (4:54). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 17, 2021
Fire Breaks Out In Gertens GreenhouseThe owner of a popular south metro garden center says they're fortunate after a fire broke out in a greenhouse, reports Jeff Wagner (0:48). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 17, 2021
850 Minn. National Guard Soldiers In DCDavid Schuman explains the unique anniversary that coincides with the Minnesota National Guard’s current mission in the nation’s capital (2:38). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 17, 2021
State Capitols Quiet Sunday Amid Security ThreatsSt. Paul, like many cities across the country, remained mostly quiet into the evening Sunday with no reports of violence, reports Jeff Wagner (1:30). WCCO 4 News At 10 - January 17, 2021
‘Sweet Potato Comfort Pie’ Serving Up Racial JusticeA local organization is serving awareness about racial and social injustices -- through something sweet, reports Kate Raddatz (2:01). WCCO 4 News At 5:30 - January 17, 2021
COVID Deaths Reach 2 Million MarkThe world has marked another devastating COVID-19 milestone, reports Dawnya Bacchus (2:18). WCCO 4 News At 5:30 - January 17, 2021
Capitols Across US Brace For Inauguration ProtestsPolice and National Guard troops are fortifying Washington D.C. ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday, reports Bofta Yimam (2:05). WCCO 4 News At 5:30 - January 17, 2021
All Quiet At Minn. State Capitol Ahead Of InaugurationArmed protests that law enforcement were expecting at the Minnesota State Capitol this weekend never really materialized, reports Jeff Wagner (3:28). WCCO 4 News At 5:30 - January 17, 2021
4 Things You Need To Know: Jan. 16, 2021Here are the four things you need to know for today (1:26) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Jan. 16, 2021
DIY Tips For Updating Your HomeJena Tack from Kris Lindahl Real Estate shares tips for freshening up the decor in your home (3:49) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Jan. 16, 2021
Minnesota Historical Society Launches ‘Black History, Black Voices’ InitiativeKevin Maijala speaks with Jennifer Mayerle about new learning initiatives at the Minnesota Historical Society called Black History, Black Voices (3:40) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Jan. 16, 2021
NASA and NOAA: 2020 Temperatures Set Global RecordsAbove-average temperatures continue in 2021 after a very warm 2020. Mike Augustyniak speaks with NASA climate scientist Tom Neumann to understand the global temperature rankings and what another record-warm year means for the planet (3:50) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Jan. 16, 2021
Morning Weather ReportMike Augustyniak reports, a cooler week on the way but temperatures will remain slightly above average (3:29) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Jan. 16, 2021
Burnsville Offers Youth Ice Fishing ClassesIce fishing is a fun way to learn something new, and for the first time, the city of Burnsville is offering classes on Lac Lavon Lake (3:01) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Jan. 16, 2021
Morning Digital Headlines: Jan. 16, 2021Jennifer Mayerle has your morning digital headlines from WCCO (1:23).
5 P.M. Weather ReportChris Shaffer reports, the wet, sticky snow was perfect for making snowballs and snowmen (2:48) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Jan. 15, 2021
Pandemic Shifts How Minnesotans Feel About Winning The LotteryErin Hassanzadeh reports, the Mega Millions Jackpot is up to $750 million and Saturday’s Powerball jackpot is up to $640 million. Erin Hassanzadeh reports, the pandemic has shifted how people feel about winning big (1:20) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Jan. 15, 2021
Faces Of COVID: Educator Bob Emary Could Teach AnythingAn educator for nearly 60 years, Bob Emary was known in southwest Minnesota for being able to teach anything. He died in December at the age of 85, after nearly a month-long battle with COVID, Liz Collin reports (1:58) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Jan. 15, 2021
Less-Lethal Weapons Used During Floyd Protests Not Appropriate For Crowd Control, According To U Of M StudyLess-lethal weapons, like rubber bullets, are not appropriate for crowd control according to a new study looking at the unrest in the Twin Cities following the death of George Floyd, Jennifer Mayerle reports (2:05) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Jan. 15, 2021

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