How Do Minnesota's Vaccination Efforts Stack Up To Other States?Some say other states seem to be vaccinating families faster, Erin Hassanzadeh reports (2:23). WCCO 4 News At 10 - February 25, 2021
Petition To Rename Section Of Highway In Chanhassen After Prince Gets 1,300+ SignaturesNearly five years after his death, there's a push to rename a portion of Highway 5 after one of Minnesota's favorite sons, Reg Chapman reports (2:21). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 25, 2021
Hospitality, Travel Industries See ‘Glimmers Of Hope’ For Job Return, Economic RecoveryThe pandemic has impacted more than 36,000 travel and hospitality workers in Minneapolis, John Lauritsen reports (2:06). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 25, 2021
Many Minnesota Seniors Still Waiting For COVID VaccineMinnesota seniors still waiting remain frustrated with the current system, Caroline Cummings reports (2:05). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 25, 2021
CBSN Minnesota Special: Black History MonthAll February, we've featured stories about Black Minnesotans and how they're working to transform the community, Shayla Reaves reports (31:56). WCCO 4 News - February 25, 2021
Protest Groups Plan To Demonstrate During Chauvin TrialGroups from Black Lives Matter to the NAACP say they will be out in full force to protest during the trial of Derek Chauvin, Esme Murphy reports (2:12) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Feb. 25, 2021
Walz Announces Next Steps In Vaccine RolloutGov. Walz said the goal is to move on to vaccinate other groups - outside of educators and those 65 and older -by April, Caroline Cummings reports (2:03) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Feb. 25, 2021
Gov. Walz Announces Plan To Expand VaccinesBased on the state's current projections, the next group of Minnesotans eligible for a vaccine will begin getting the vaccine in April (11:14). WCCO 4 News At Noon - February 25, 2021
'Meet Minneapolis' Outlines Plans For Hospitality WorkersMore than 36,000 Minneapolis travel and hospitality workers were impacted by the pandemic over the past year, John Lauritsen reports (1:45). WCCO 4 News At Noon - February 25, 2021
Local Musician's Essays Published In New Book 'And Else'Popular Twin Cities musician Mick Sterling can now add author to his resume (3:55). WCCO Mid-Morning - February 25, 2021
Family Plans 3,276-Mile TrekLinnea Dietrich, her daughter Erin Dietrich and Erin's husband Chris Rea are making the journey to support the Ann Bancroft Foundation (4:29). WCCO Mid-Morning - February 25, 2021
Comic Book Shop Owner Strives For People To See Themselves In PagesEric Childs, the owner of Mind’s Eye Comics in Burnsville, is a lifelong fan of the comic book industry, Shayla Reaves reports (4:24). WCCO Mid-Morning - February 25, 2021
CBSN Minnesota's Morning Update: Feb. 25, 2021We want to know your thoughts on a new COVID-19 campaign that's urging families with students to get tested every two weeks until the end of the school year (11:54). WCCO This Morning -- Feb. 25, 2021
Rebuilding Minneapolis’ Longfellow NeighborhoodThe neighborhood at the center of the unrest following George Floyd's death is starting to return to life, reports Jeff Wagner (2:43). WCCO 4 News At 10 - February 24, 2021
Family Shocked To Find Gas Tank Filled With WaterA Minnesota couple's day trip to Duluth ended in a costly car repair bill and left them stranded, reports Erin Hassanzadeh (2:11). WCCO 4 News At 10 - February 24, 2021
Co-Working Space For Black Artists , Entrepreneurs Opens In South Mpls. Near 3rd Police PrecinctThe Twin Cities is celebrating the grand opening of a co-working space for Black artists, Marielle Mohs reports (2:21). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 24, 2021
Wisconsin Firefighter Critically Hurt After Gun Discharges In Burning BuildingA Wisconsin firefighter is in critical condition after responding to a fire in a rural part of the state last week, Caroline Cummings reports (1:04). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 24, 2021
Community Groups Come Together To Offer Security, Emotional Support During Chauvin TrialBoots on the ground groups will also be ready during the trial of Derek Chauvin, Reg Chapman reports (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 6 - February 24, 2021
How To Avoid Falling During RefreezeMinnesotans know good and well that snow melt can come at a cost. Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports, COVID is now making things trickier (2:20) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Feb. 24, 2021
When Will Kids Get The COVID Vaccine?Pfizer and Moderna have enrolled children 12 years and up in their pediatric trials for the COVID-19 vaccine. Kate Raddatz reports, some companies hope to have results by summer (2:05) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Feb. 24, 2021
City Leaders Develop Additional Security Plans For Chauvin TrialReg Chapman reports, city leaders are rolling out additional plans to ensure Minneapolis is ready for whatever happens (1:40) WCCO 4 News At 5 - Feb. 24, 2021
Clarifying COVID: How Long Does Immunity Last After Getting The Virus?Every week, we're asking experts about the latest COVID-19 developments. This week, Dr. George Morris, the incident commander for CentraCare's COVID-19 response, answers questions about immunity, a spring or summer surge, and how to prepare your body for potential COVID-19 infection.
Minneapolis Leaders Explain Plan For Trial SecurityMinneapolis city officials gave another briefing on security measures under way for the upcoming trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, Reg Chapman reports (1:57). WCCO 4 News At Noon - February 24, 2021
It's National Engineers WeekThe week is dedicated to increasing the understanding of careers in engineering and technology, Anuj Mittal, with Dunwoody, explains (3:16). WCCO Mid-Morning - February 24, 2021

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