Moneywatch: When Should You Dip In To Your Emergency Fund?WCCO Mid-Morning team talked with Ryan McKeown about when you should and should not dip in to your emergency fund (3:37) WCCO 4 Mid-Morning - August 4, 2020
Discussion: Do Parents Know What Their Kids Want To Be When They Grow Up?WCCO Mid-Morning team discusses a new survey, which said three out of four parents said they knew what their child's career path was going to be (2:47) WCCO 4 Mid-Morning - August 4, 2020
Fire Destroys Downtown St. Paul Construction SiteSome crews are still putting out hot spots from a fire in downtown St. Paul, Reg Chapman reports. (3:01) WCCO 4 Mid-Morning - August 4, 2020
CBSN Minnesota’s Daybreaker: Should H.S. Sports Start This Fall?The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how people are commuting, so we've decided to change "The 7:34." Now, this morning news show will be called "Daybreaker." Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines. (10:31)
Minnesota Couple Feels Lasting Effects After Having COVID-19WCCO wanted to look at what life is like after COVID-19, especially for those who were hospitalized, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (3:15). WCCO 4 News at 10 – August 3, 2020
Delano Parents, Students Share Opinions On Upcoming School YearPeople in Delano are sharing their opinions on what to do with the upcoming school year, David Schuman reports (1:39). WCCO 4 News at 10 – August 3, 2020
Body Camera Footage Involved In George Floyd's Death LeakedFor the first time we're seeing Minneapolis police body camera video from the arrest of George Floyd. The video was leaked online by the British media company Daily Mail, John Lauritsen reports (1:52). WCCO 4 News at 10 – August 3, 2020
Local Real Estate Agents See Surge In People Looking For Lakeshore Properties Amid PandemicLocal real estate agents say there has been a surge in people looking for lakeshore property away from the city. This comes as less people are traveling and more people are working remotely due to COVID-19, Kate Raddatz reports (1:46). WCCO 4 News at 6 – August 3, 2020
City Council Person Phillipe Cunningham Pushes For Public Health Approach To Public SafetyWard 4 City Council person Phillipe Cunningham says he is pushing for a public health approach to public safety, Reg Chapman reports (2:52 ). WCCO 4 News at 6 – August 3, 2020
Downtown Minneapolis Leaders Use Unconventional Efforts To Keep Nicollet Mall Area SaferLeaders in downtown Minneapolis are trying something they've never done before. It's an unconventional effort to make Nicollet Mall safer for everyone, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (2:26). WCCO 4 News at 6 – August 3, 2020
Nickelodeon Universe To Reopen Next Week; Only 250 Visitors To Be Allowed InsideMall of America plans to reopen Nickelodeon Universe (0:33). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 3, 2020
Back To School Questions: If A Student Has COVID Symptoms Does The Class Stay Home Until The Test Comes Back?WCCO is working to answer your back to school questions: if a student has COVID symptoms does the class stay home until the test comes back? (0:48). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 3, 2020
Twin Cities Man Who Beat COVID-19 Discusses Stigma That Lingers AfterA Twin Cities gardener spent days agonizing over every breath battling COVID-19, Liz Collin reports (2:05). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 3, 2020
Progressive Coalition Says Majority Of Mpls. Residents Want To Dismantle MPDIn just two days, the Minneapolis Charter Commission will make a criticial decision, Esme Murphy reports (2:00). WCCO 4 News at 5 – Aug. 3, 2020
CBSN Minnesota Hits 10 Million StreamsWe’ve hit a cool milestone here at WCCO. Our streaming channel CBSN Minnesota has hit 10 million streams, Heather Brown reports (1:52). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Aug. 3, 2020
Extra Hands-Free Enforcement On Minnesota Roads Begins MondayMinnesota law enforcement agencies are making sure drivers keep their eyes on the roads (1:01). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Aug. 3, 2020
Fire Leaves Hugo Home Destroyed, None HurtFlames tore through a house in Hugo overnight (0:14). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Aug. 3, 2020
Minneapolis Planning Commission To Vote On Renaming Section Of Chicago Avenue To Honor George FloydThe Minneapolis Planning Commission votes today on whether to rename two blocks of Chicago Avenue after George Perry Floyd Junior (0:20). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Aug. 3, 2020
Progressive Coalition Says Majority Of Mpls. Residents Want To Dismantle MPDA progressive coalition has released new polling information that says most residents in Minneapolis want to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department, Esme Murphy reports (1:53). WCCO 4 News at Noon – Aug. 3, 2020
DIY Gardening: A Tough Summer For TomatoesRebecca Kolls reports on tomato blight in the Twin Cities and how the prolonged hot and humid weather has been an issue for tomato plants (4:48). WCCO Mid-Morning -- Aug. 3, 2020
Lack Of Hugs During The COVID-19 PandemicCBS Sunday Morning did a story on how we’re not getting our daily requirement of hugs. (3:37) WCCO Mid-Morning - Aug. 3, 2020
Discussion: Pessimism Leads To Earlier Death?The news team discusses new research that found pessimists may live shorter lives. (2:55) WCCO Mid-Morning - Aug. 3, 2020
‘The 7:34’: It’s Been A Year Of Hands-Free Law On The RoadsGood morning! It’s time for “The 7:34”: It’s been a year since the hands-free law was implemented on Minnesota roads… have you slipped back into old habits or have you made a good adjustment to the law? Any useful tips to not look at the phone while driving?
How Tattoo Shops Are Getting Back Into BusinessPhotojournalist Aaron Goodyear talked with Guns 'n' Needles Tattoos' owner Roger Kane, who has reopened and taken his shop's safety precautions to the next level (2:35). WCCO 4 News At 10 - August 2, 2020

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