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Cooking With WCCO: Cold Press Coffee For SummerIn today's Cooking with WCCO, we're trying out some treats from a unique Caribou location. Joining us now is Gretchen Hashemi-Rad and Kayleen Tecker. (3:26) WCCO Mid-Morning – May 21, 2019
Jazz Up Your Memorial Day & Summer EntertainingMemorial Day is the unofficial kick-off to summer and many of us are hoping to get more use out of our decks and outdoor living spaces. So, our Lifestyle contributor Jasmine Stringer is here to Jazz Up your Memorial Day and Summer Entertaining. (3:45) WCCO Mid-Morning – May 21, 2019
Homeowners: Top 5 Problems From Winter That Needs To Be AddressedAndy Lindus, from Lindus Construction, is here with the Top 5 Home Problems from Winter That Need to be Addressed Now. (3:29) WCCO Mid-Morning – May 21, 2019
Viewers React: What Do You Think Of Daycare Offered At Work?WCCO Mid-Morning – May 21, 2019
Survey Shows Top Paying Jobs & Most In-Demand CareersData scientists are among the best-paid workers according to the new survey (2:59). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 21, 2019
Trump Orders McGahn To Ignore Congressional RequestsAn attempt by President Trump to keep his financial records away from congress has failed. A federal judge rejecting the president's request to squash a subpoena from the House oversight committee, Pat Kessler reports (2:04). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 21, 2019
Walz Calls 2019 Session 'Huge For Minnesota'Gov. Tim Walz and legislative leaders agreed on a budget framework on Sunday, Pat Kessler reports (2:29). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 21, 2019
Tornadoes Break Out Across OklahomaThe severe weather is also causing flooding across Oklahoma today, Jason DeRusha reports (1:15). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 21, 2019
'The 7:34': May 21, 2019There's at least one positive side to our dreary spring weather. Mosquitoes aren't hatching quickly this year, Matt Brickman reports (8:03). The 7:34 - May 21, 2019

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4 Things To Know From May 21, 2019Check out the four things to know for today. (1:41) WCCO This Morning – May 21, 2019
Morning Headlines From May 21, 2019Jason DeRusha reads this morning’s newspaper headlines. (3:52) WCCO This Morning – May 21, 2019
How Much College Debt Do We Have In Minnesota?Seniors at Morehouse College in Georgia got the graduation present of a lifetime when a billionaire tech investor promised to pay off their student loans. That got us wondering how much college debt we have, and why Minnesota is on the higher end, Christiane Cordero. (1:34) WCCO This Morning – May 21, 2019
Operation Vet Sail: Helping Military Vets With PTSD HealFor some veterans, it's tough to focus on anything but the horrible images and bad thoughts, even for just an hour or two. But a program called Operation Vet Sail is trying to change that. Kim Johnson went along to see the healing process firsthand on Lake Minnetonka. (3:20) WCCO This Morning – May 21, 2019
More Tornadoes Expected In The Southern PlainsParts of Oklahoma are under the gun again Tuesday morning. More tornado warnings have been popping up early this morning. This as residents from Texas to Kansas prepare for what could be another stormy day. Courtney Zubowski with CBS News joins us live near Oklahoma City with a look at the impact. WCCO This Morning – May 21, 2019
Growing Daycare Trend: Right At The Work OfficeImagine the convenience of dropping your kids off at daycare... right at work. CBS News's Laura Podesta joins us live from New York. She visited one of the growing number of companies offering daycare in the office! (3:51) WCCO This Morning – May 21, 2019
Twin Cities Troop Celebrates 100th Eagle ScoutTroop 3542, representing Oak Grove Park and Brooklyn Park, celebrated 54 years Monday night (00:31). WCCO 4 News at 10 – May 20, 2019
How To Avoid Falling Victim To Credit Card SkimmersWCCO pored over police reports and found officers uncovered at least 18 credit card skimmers last year in cities from Burnsville to Eden Prairie to Maplewood, Jennifer Mayerle reports (2:47). WCCO 4 News at 10 – May 20, 2019
Minneapolis, St. Paul Lead Metro Population GrowthOfficials say there's a housing shortage in the Twin Cities as the population steadily grows, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (2:24). WCCO 4 News at 10 – May 20, 2019
Cooler Spring Temperatures Slow Mosquito DevelopmentMosquitoes aren't hatching quickly this year despite the high amounts of rainfall and snowmelt Minnesotans have experienced, Jeff Wagner reports (2:05). WCCO 4 News at 10 – May 20, 2019
Celine Dion On Carpool KaraokeJames Corden premieres Carpool Karaoke with Celine Dion, Kim Johnson reports (0:27). WCCO 4 News At Noon – May 20, 2019
Noon Weather ReportVery windy Tuesday expected, Lisa Meadows reports (4:30). WCCO 4 News At Noon – May 20, 2019
Ford To Cut Thousands Of Jobs In RestructuringThousands of people are losing their jobs at the Ford Motor Company, Kim Johnson reports. (0:31) WCCO 4 News At Noon – May 20, 2019
POTUS Warns Iran Will Face ‘End’ If It Threatens U.S.Tensions are on the rise in the Middle East. As Nikole Killion tells us, it follows a presidential tweet warning Iran not to pick a fight. (1:41) WCCO 4 News At Noon – May 20, 2019
Xcel To Retire Last 2 Coal-Burning Plants By 2030After decades of relying on coal to fuel its electrical production, Xcel Energy says no more. (0:49) WCCO 4 News At Noon – May 20, 2019
Amtrak Train Hits, Kills Pedestrian In Coon RapidsA pedestrian is dead after being struck by a train in Coon Rapids Monday morning, Katie Steiner reports (1:30). WCCO 4 News At Noon – May 20, 2019
Cooking With WCCO: It’s National Salsa Month!In today's Cooking with WCCO, we're celebrating National Salsa Month. Today, we have Executive Chef Mauricio Legorreta from Cantina Laredo at Mall of America. (3:31) WCCO Mid-Morning – May 20, 2019
Nature & Well-Being: How Experiencing Outdoors Reduces StressAfter a long winter, there's nothing better than getting outside to enjoy spring and summer. Plus it's also really good for you. A recent study in Frontiers in Psychology found that participants who spent time in nature for at least 20 minutes per outing experienced a significant decrease in their stress levels. (3:09) WCCO Mid-Morning – May 20, 2019
Sunscreen: How Do We Know What’s Safe For Our Skin?Navigating the sunscreen aisle can be tricky. A recent study found several ingredients found in most sunscreens were also found in the bloodstream after just one day of use! So how do we know what's safe for our skin? Dr. Elizabeth Farhat, a dermatologist with Allina Health is here. (3:35) WCCO Mid-Morning – May 20, 2019
Duluth Gets Snow ... Near End Of MayThe weather has been unseasonably cool this weekend, Matt Brickman reports (1:19). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 20, 2019

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