Mpls. Neighborhood Built Barricades To Block Street Hoping For Safety, Less CrimeSome people feeling unsafe in the Phillips neighborhood of Minneapolis street have put up barricades at both ends of their street to block traffic from getting through, David Schuman reports (1:55). WCCO 4 News at 10 – July 9, 2020
Survey Finds Majority Of MN Parents Feel Comfortable Sending Kids Back To School This FallA majority of Minnesota parents say they feel comfortable sending their students back to school this fall, according to a survey from the Minnesota Department of Education, Marielle Mohs reports (2:13). WCCO 4 News at 10 – July 9, 2020
Mom Of 3 Makes Difficult Decision To Quit Job After Trying To Juggle Work & Parenting In COVID-19 EraAfter months of frustration, a local mom says she had no choice but to make a difficult decision, Liz Collin reports (1:59). WCCO 4 News at 6 – July 9, 2020
Twin Cities Violent Crimes Task Force To Assist Local Law Enforcement With Spiked ViolenceIn response to the recent surge in gun violence in the Twin Cities, the U.S. Attorney is creating a new Task Force, Reg Chapman reports (1:59). WCCO 4 News at 6 – July 9, 2020
Man Recalls Experience Surviving Tornadoes In Otter Tail Co.Jennifer Mayerle spoke with Nate Erickson a survivor of a tornado in the north central part of the state, (2:22). WCCO 4 News at 6 – July 9, 2020
Jason DeRusha Explains The Added Service Fee At RestaurantsIf you’ve been out to eat lately, you may have seen a 15-20% charge added to your bill – a service fee. But the fee is not a tip. WCCO’s Jason DeRusha explains (1:58). WCCO 4 News at 5 – July 9, 2020
Minnesota Woman With Terminal Cancer Takes One Last Road Trip To Say Goodbye To Loved OnesA long-time Minnesota woman is taking her destiny in her own hands. She's been given the worst news there is, but she's making the best of the situation, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield explains (2:47). WCCO 4 News at 5 – July 9, 2020
Senate Republicans Question Decisions Leaders Made Early On During Unrest In The Twin CitiesIt was the question asked repeatedly during the first days of the riots: where is the national guard? Esme Murphy reports (2:25). WCCO 4 News at 5 – July 9, 2020
Mayor Frey Unveils Plan To Address Minneapolis’ Remaining Budget DeficitThe Mayor of Minneapolis says he hopes to avoid layoffs in addressing revenue loss in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kate Raddatz reports (2:05). WCCO 4 News at 5 – July 9, 2020
Tornado Blamed For Killing 1, Injuring Others May Have Been Stronger Than An EF-3, Officials SayA tornado blamed for killing one person and injuring two others may have been stronger than an EF-3. WCCO's Jennifer Mayerle spoke with a survivor, who was in the same building as the man who died (1:58). WCCO 4 News at 5 – July 9, 2020
Gov. Walz Announces $2.5M In Aid For Businesses In Cultural MallsGov. Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan visited Village Market in Minneapolis today. The governor's office has 2-point-five million dollars available specifically to help businesses in cultural malls affected by COVID-19. (0:50) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 9, 2020
Minneapolis Mayor Unveils Phase 2 Of Revised 2020 BudgetMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey presented his plan Thursday to address the remaining $97.8 million budget deficit the city is facing due to COVID-19. (1:48) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 9, 2020
Luvafoodie Launches New Iced Tea LineLuvafoodie has launched a new Iced Tea line, and we recently Skyped with founder and CEO Michelle Mazarra about the fresh flavors. (4:22) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 9, 2020
A Mother’s Love: Local Organization Helps Out In Wake Of Twin Cities UnrestJamar B. Nelson, Outreach specialist at A Mother's Love joined us live on Skype. (4:08) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 9, 2020
Tips For Planting A Pollinator GardenWe Skyped with Karen Bachman Thull from Bachman’s earlier this morning to learn how to plant a pollinator garden. (4:21) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 9, 2020
New Research In Money Vs. Happiness DebateNew research rejects the notion that money can't buy happiness. Researchers say the more someone makes, the happier they are. (3:52) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 9, 2020
Discussion: Many Americans Moving Due To PandemicA new study by the Pew Research Center shows around one-in-five adults have either moved or know someone who moved because of the outbreak. (3:57) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 9, 2020
At Least 1 Tornado Confirmed In Otter Tail CountyWe’re talking about the latest after at least one tornado was confirmed in Otter Tail County Wednesday evening. (0:57) WCCO Mid-Morning - July 9, 2020
‘The 7:34’: Will You Be Getting A State Fair Cup? What Will You Miss Most?Good morning, it’s time for “The 7:34”: The Minnesota State Fair is selling its signature plastic cups. The cups will be on sale on Tuesdays and Fridays this month. Will you be getting one? What will you miss most about the fair? Jason DeRusha has the headlines. (10:53) WCCO 4 News - July 9, 2020
Legal Expert Discusses George Floyd Officer’s Motion To DismissA former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd is asking the judge to dismiss the case against him before it goes to trial, reports Jennifer Mayerle (2:25). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 8, 2020
Tornado Kills 1, Hurts 2 In Central MinnesotaOne person is dead after at least two tornadoes touched down in parts of central Minnesota Wednesday night, report Marielle Mohs and Chris Shaffer (4:40). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 8, 2020
Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page Reunited With ‘Black Beauty’ Thanks To St. Paul Guitar ExpertsMinnesota’s connections to famous musicians extends well beyond Prince and Bob Dylan (2:55). WCCO 4 News at 6 – July 8, 2020
Cub Foods Builds Pop-Up Store In South MinneapolisWCCO’s Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield shows us how the Cub Food’s pop-up is bringing some relief to the neighborhood (1:58). WCCO 4 News at 6 – July 8, 2020
Minneapolis Police Looking For Man Charged In Death Of Pregnant WomanMinneapolis police are looking for the man charged with the shooting death of a pregnant woman (0:27). WCCO 4 News at 6 – July 8, 2020

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